After their morning match against Stourbridge, the focus of Worcester City Youth’s under 10s switched from the onion bag to shopping bags on Saturday.
The squad spent their afternoon bag-packing at the Sainsbury’s store in Blackpole where the generosity of shoppers generated £255 for team funds.
In another clash between City and the Glassboys at under 18 level, Worcester ran out convincing winners. First-half goals from Joshua Shuck, Tom Mills and Matty Patrick-Rivers put the hosts 3-0 up at the break and in control before an own goal and late strike from Olly Berry cemented an emphatic 5-1 victory.
The under 18 girls maintained their title push with a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw with AFC Telford.
An excellent all-round team display with man-of-the-match Jacob Keane to the fore in central midfield saw the Reserves hit Wyrley for six. There were two goals apiece for Josh Willis and Joel Owusu in the 6-1 triumph as Liam Lockett and Ethan Moran also netted.
Two scrappy contests at Perdiswell saw the under 14s beat Rushall Olympic 2-1 with goals from Jesse Asomugha and Jay Dimmock, whilst the under 13s lost 1-2 to Alvechurch despite a superb long-range effort from Saeed Khattak.
Elsewhere the under 10 girls enjoyed a share of the spoils in their game with Kingfisher and the under 11s turned in another solid showing in their fixture versus Stoke RTC.