CATSHILL U8s 1 Crusaders U8s 2. A closely fought contest saw Catshill take the lead with a goal from James Lund, but an equaliser left thehalf time score at 1-1. Crusaders took the edge late in the second half. MoM was Andrew Turnbull.

Callowbrook Swifts U10s B 0 Mapole United U10s 2. A hard game where Swifts should have earned a point. MoM was Michael Hesketh.

Callowbrook Swifts U9s 5 Bradley Rangers U9s 5. The visitors made a dream start by taking a 2-0 lead early on. Chambers got a well executed brace and Phillips scored his second hat trick of the campaign. Twice Swifts squandered a two-goal lead but a draw was a fair result. MoM was Lee Williamson with another battling performance in midfield.

Cadbury Athletic U11s 3 Callowbrook Swifts U11s 0. Matt Purvey was MoM in a spirited display which reflected his side's gutsy performance. In the end, Athletic, from a higher division, proved too strong and progressed to the next round of the League Cup.

Callowbrook Swifts U12s 3 Bournville U12s 2. Swifts clung on to their one-goal advantage to leap-frog their opponents at the top of Division Three. Goals came from the ubiquitous Josh Taylor-Crates, Nathan Ward and Martin Byefield. Oliver Franklin was MoM.

Three C's U14s 3 Callowbrook Swifts U14s 1.

Marston Green U10s 0 Callowbrook Swifts U10s A 3. An outstanding display saw Swifts victorious against a strong Marston side. MoM Aaron Phillips scored all three goals, the best of them being a fine individual effort for number two.

Alcester U10s 4 Waseley Warriors U10s 2. Waseley took the lead from Steven Paynes's right foot shot. However, despite some heroic saves by MoM Lewis Blunn, Alcester drew level before half time. In the second half, despite having plenty of possession, Waseley found it hard to penetrate a stubborn defence. Dean Willis scored another for Waseley but Alcester hit three on the break.

Meadow Park U16s 5 Kinver Colts U16s 0. Park dominated for long spells, goals from Tom Clarkson, Luke Pedwell, James Turk and two from Shaun Rafferty, including a spectacular overhead kick, earned the points. MoM was Tom Clarkson.

Kinver Colts U12s 0 Meadow Park U12s 3. A below par performance from Park in difficult conditions. Stuart Watts opened the scoring with a well taken volley. The second half saw an improvement in Park's play and Lucas Tilsley added a second. The highlight of the game was a 20-yard drive from Jamie Gower to seal the points. MoM was Zak Bancroft who was outstanding in defence.

Droitwich Back Up U10s 4 Kinver Colts U10s 1. Liam Sheehan crossed superbly for MoM Brett Mould to put Back Up ahead. Kinver deservedly equalised just before the break. In the second half, Back Up picked up the tempo and Tom Peberdy scored after 25 minutes. Then Mould made it 3-1 with a superb volley. Eddie Elt wrapped up a convincing win to take them joint top.

Hanbury U11s 0 Paget Sports U11s 4. Hanbury battled well in all areas in the first half, with Matt Hunt and Nick Kings playing well in defence as did Craig Hunt in goal. In the second half, Hanbury went down to four quick goals. Hanbury MoM was defender Christian Booker.

Sports Co A U12s 2 Hanbury U12s 3. An early penalty for Sports Co rocked Hanbury but Ben Barrett hammered in a 25-yard screamer to bring the game level at the break. In the second half Hanbury scored two more through MoM Tom Stockwell and Mark Hayward. Alex Richardson and Jordan Drysdale both had good games in defence. Sports Co pulled one back at the end.

Paget Sports U13s 3 Hanbury U13s 2. Hanbury were outstanding throughout, taking the lead through Ryan Giles. Paget equalised just before half time. Hanbury went 2-1 down after the break but MoM Giles pulled one back. Paget went on to score the winner despite Hanbury bombarding Paget's goal for the last ten minutes.

Hanbury U9s 5 Hampton Juniors 4. Goals from MoM Lewis Smith, Mark Redding, Grant Moss and Adam Barr were enough to clinch victory in an end to end game.