A TRIO of Worcester City Youth teams hit four goals and two sides went one better to record convincing victories.

The improving under 15s delivered their second Nerf Junior Premier League win with a 4-0 triumph over Stourbridge through Reece Day (2), Kobe Chikosi and Toby Lungley.

Sam Sheen also scored twice alongside Alfie Lambert and Lucas Colley for the under 13s who beat Cirencester 4-1.

Kieran Clayton notched a hat-trick and Jack Farr one as City's reserves made the Midland Football League Challenge Trophy semi-finals with a 4-1 win over Fairfield Villa.

But the top hotshot was Ashton Doyle who hit four for City’s under 12s and Kyle Clayton opened the scoring in a 5-1 JPL win over Kidderminster Harriers.

The under 18s remain joint top of the Midland Floodlit Youth League Southern Premier Division after defeating 10-man Stourbridge 5-1.

Owen Oxley (2), Tom Griffin, Tom Mills and Kane Harold scored while there was a red card for their opponents.

City's under 11s defeated Pro Pathway 2-1 in the JPL with Louie McLean and Joel Reeve netting.

The under 21s went ahead with a spectacular Josh Schuck overhead kick before Stourport Swifts pegged them back to 1-1.

Joe Rothery and Jack Hobbs were on the mark for the under 16s at Cirencester in a 2-2 draw.

City’s under 14s dominated at Cirencester and hit the woodwork three times after Harry Rebbeck put them in front but they were held 1-1 after a last-minute equaliser.

The Midland Junior Premier League under 12s team maintained their unbeaten run at Newcastle Town with Liam Ricketts scoring in a 1-1 draw.

In blustery conditions the girls' under 11s took on Stourbridge and the Lionesses had a friendly against the WCT Raiders boys' under 10s.

Raiders also provided the opposition in the Vin Furlong Memorial Cup under nines semi-final.

The under 10s played in the JPL against Bustleholme and the under eights took on Perdiswell Colts Lynx.

City's under sevens met West Worcester Youth and the other boys' under 11s side travelled to Wilden Village for a friendly.