Bromsgrove U7s 5 Malvern U7s 5

The young Boars were victorious after tries for Thomas Rhys-Morris and Adam Goldney.

Bromsgrove U7s 35 Malvern U7s 25

Jeremy Turner scored a hat-trick of tries, while Goldney, Jonathan Howcroft, Rhys-Morris and Harry Lloyd-Jones touched down.

Bromsgrove U7s 15 Malvern U7s 0

Bromsgrove made it three wins out of three with Rhys-Morris bagging a hat-trick.

Bromsgrove U10s 20 Malvern U10s 0

James Harborne opened the scoring, before Chris Cornelissen touched down.

James Young added a third, while Billy Grant completed a flowing move to touch down.

Bromsgrove U10s 30 Malvern U10s 0

William Hargreaves, Callum O'Carroll and Dan Eliott put Bromsgrove in a strong position by scoring tries.

Jack Dicker, back from injury, touched down, before O'Carroll completed the scoring.

Bromsgrove U10s 25 Malvern U10s 0

Grant opened the scoring before going onto score a hat-trick as Bromsgrove made it three wins in a row over their county rivals.

Cornellison touched, while the coaches named James Young Bromsgrove's player of the day.

Chaddesley Corbett U9s 35 Kidderminster U9s 10

Ross Westwood was in imperious form as he powered in with four tries.

Sam Needham and Zachary Walker (2) also touched down.

Chaddesley Corbett U9s 40 Kidderminster U9s 5

Westwood once again led Corbett's charge against Kidderminster with four tries.

Sam Smith, Needham, Walker and Louis Ellesmore also touched down as Corbett routed Kidderminster.

Droitwich U11s 28 Worcester U11s 5

Ollie Price, James Squire, Dan Mara and Ryan Boon saw off Worcester's challenge.

Boon converted all four tries, while Sam Grove was man of the match.

Droitwich U11s 17 Worcester U11s 14

Droitwich came from two tries down to edge Worcester, with Sam Grove, man of the match Dave Hill and Joe Roberts scoring tries. Charlie Carroll converted one try.

Droitwich U9s 5 Worcester U9s 10

Scott Howell scored for Spa, while Jack Guy and Jonathan Nottingham put in impressive performances.

Droitwich U9s 0 Worcester U9s 30

Georgie Flowerdew and Marcus Emerson shone in defence as Worcester pushed inexperienced Droitwich.