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Keeley's treble inspires Santiago success
2:41pm Monday 14th October 2013 in Local Sport
KEELEY Wakeman scored a hatrick as Santiago Colts U15's Girls had a ball beating Kinver Colts 8-0. Louise O'Connell added two more while Reah Scott, Chloe Dossiter and Megan Bailey completed the scoring.
Colts U11 Allstars put on a fine display in their 4-0 victory at Bromford Lions, with goals from Joe Wathen, Ethan Vale, Thomas Revill & Joe "Titch" Smith.
The under 16s Lickey recorded a workmanlike 4-1 victory over South Side Hawks, Charley Hood got two, Ryan Kulas and Ben Dugmore added the others.
Santiago Belles recorded their first victory of the season beating Wednesbury Ladies 3-1, Jodie Cassidy, Natalie Hopkins and Ellen Beech got the goals.
Santiago Colts U16 Rednal progressed to the third round of the Open Cup beating Astwood Colts 2-0, Jamie Inman and Ryan Evans scored, Michael Taylor was MOM.
Santiago Colts U14 beat Studley Juniors 4-2, Shane Robinson, Emmanual Pryce, Josh Thompson & Ryan Barnwell got the goals.
Santiago Colts U10 Crusaders recorded a good Open Cup victory beating Bourneville Warriors 3-2, Reece Brown got two Regan Jennings got the other.
Santiago Colts U12 Knights let a 3-1 lead slip again in the final few minutes to let Bartley Reds South draw level final score 3-3, Lucas Percy, Charlie Day and George Rogers got Knights goals, Charlie Day picked up the MVP.
It was a good start for Santiago Colts U12's Girls playing their first ever League match they came up against Kewford Eagles West who had won all four of their games to date, coming away with creditable 1-1 draw, Keren Mambonzo getting the goal.
Harrison Bates got Colts Under 10s goal in a 3-1 defeat to Cadburys Athletic goal.
Last year’s finalists Santiago Colts U11 Superstars were outplayed losing 9-4 to Blossomfield in the League TrophyTom Fellows and Jordan Price getting two goals each.
Santiago RV suffered a heavy defeat against AFC Northfield going down 8-0
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