Morrison on song for Hawks

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DALMAR Morrison smashed a hat-trick to lead Halas Hawks under-12 Dynamos to a 9-1 win over West Hagley.

Sam Price (2), Chris Priest, Jordan Boffey, Connor Smith, Jake Saxton were the other scorers.

The U9s East had Charlie Greening to thank as his equaliser secured a 1-1 draw with Kingswinford while the U11s had a comfortable 7-0 win over Gornal with goals coming from Matt Evans (2), Jounty Round, Mohammed Mohamed, Mohamed Yafai, Joshua Horton and Ben Jeavons.

There was cup heartbreak for the U12s who crashed out of the LEague Cup with a 4-0 defeat to Trysull.

It was the same story for the U13s who at least conceded one goal less against their Trysull opponents.

Better news came from the U14s who produced some scintillating football to comfortably beat Dudley sports 6-3 and keep them in touching distance of the league leaders. Only two late goals for Dudley threatened to take the gloss off a ruthless performance by Hawks. Goals came from Josh March (3), Louis Ezewele (2) and Mitchell Tomlinson.

Meanwhile the U16s never looked in trouble against neighbours, Hasbury, running up an 8-0 win with a hat trick from Guy Millward and further scores from Adam Hodges (2), Joe Powell, Chris Swancott and Tom Stevens.

Girls League After a slow start, Halas Hawks U10 girls got into their stride against Kewford to win 9-1 with goals from Hannah Fellows (4), Kirsty Hampton (2), Kelly Nicklin (2), and Madison Eden. It was an excellent team performance which keeps Halas at the top of the league table.

But there was heartbreak for the U12s who went down 4-2 to league leaders Kewford despite goals from Bethan Bryan and Amy Plimmer.

Sophie Blount hit two for the U13s as they stayed on course for cup glory with a 3-1 win over Withymoor and there was even better news for the U14s, how hammered Bustleholme 9-2 thanks to a Jess Morton hat-trick.

But the U15s were left to rue a below par performance as they were knocked out of the cup at the semi-final stage with a 4-1 defeat at Droitwich, Lauren Taylor grabbing the consolation strike.

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