Anglo-Welsh relations went from strength-to-strength after Worcester City Youth's two youngest age groups played host to Newtown FC on Saturday.
The inter-club day saw Under 10s and Under 11s sides play friendly fixtures at Perdiswell.
Links between the clubs were established during the summer and Newtown's U10s visited Worcester in September to take part in City's inaugural football festival.
In cup action, the Under 10 Girls reached the final of the Mercian Fortis League Plate Cup whilst the Under 12s recorded an emphatic 11-2 victory over Birmingham St Georges. The Under 13s and Under 14s both suffered home defeats at the hands of RTC North Somerset in their JPL League Cup clashes.
The Under 15s maintained their unbeaten start to their JPL Elite League campaign and kept another clean sheet as they beat Cirencester Town 1-0 courtesy of a Jack Hobbs free-kick.
Two goals from Matty Patrick-Rivers gave the Under 16s the perfect start at Kidderminster Harriers before the hosts stormed back to win 4-2.
Patrick-Rivers was also on the mark in normal time and struck the winning spot kick as City progressed to the semi-finals of the Midland Floodlit League Cup against Gloucester City on penalties.
Captain Christos Gabriel scored the first goal as his side came from behind twice as the game ended 2-2 after normal time. Sean Dayus then saved the hosts' first penalty before all of City's takers held their nerve to clinch the 5-4 shoot-out success.
In reserve team action, City beat Knowle 3-1.