WORCESTER City Youth have achieved a notable hat-trick after the club's third female football team played their first game.

Worcester City Lionesses took on Stourbridge in a friendly as they prepare to join their other girls' under 11s side in the Mercian Fortis Junior League in the new year.

The club’s senior women travelled to unbeaten Leek Town in the West Midlands League Premier Division with Emma Collins netting the only goal in a 6-1 loss.

City sit joint top of the Midland League Reserve Division after a 4-1 win at Nuneaton Griff where Leonardo Milan and Christos Gabriel added to a Joe Clarke brace.

Jack Baker struck a spectacular equaliser from inside his own half in the under 21s’ game but opponents Brocton were back in front within two minutes and eventually won 3-1.

Goalkeepers were in fine form in fixtures played by City’s two under 12s teams.

Zac Watkins kept a clean sheet for the Junior Premier League side who beat Birmingham St Georges RTC 3-0.

They might have won by a much bigger margin if not for an inspired display by the home keeper who was finally beaten by Ashton Doyle (2) and Jay Bennett.

In the Midland Junior Premier League, Charlie Tipper earned man of the match for a string of fine saves against Harborough Town but despite his efforts he could not prevent a 2-0 victory for the Leicestershire side.

Will Cottell gave the under 14s the lead at Evesham United but City were sunk after conceding four goals in the final quarter to go down 8-3 with Harry Rebbeck and Archie Thurston also on the scoresheet.

The under nines reached the Vin Furlong Memorial Cup semi-finals after their thrilling game with Nunnery Wood Colts Thunder went to extra-time.

The under 16s recorded a resounding victory in the Worcestershire FA Cup as they saw off Inkberrow Eagles Falcons 10-0.

Alex Watts (3), Jack Tustin (2), Jack Hobbs (2), Scott Wheeler, Elijah Martin and Dexter Dudley-Toole scored.

Saturday also saw competitive games enjoyed by City’s under 10s, eights and sevens against Halesowen Town Colts, Perdiswell Colts Falcons and Leigh and Bransford Badgers respectively.

But there was a weekend off for the under 15s, 13s and 11s whose matches were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

Monday night’s Midland Floodlit Youth League match involving the under 18s and Stratford Town also fell foul of the weather.