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Worcester City Youth Under 12s are in seventh heaven after storming past Paulton Rovers into the semi-finals of the JPL Shield.

An incredible opening blitz saw City race into a 5-0 lead in the first 15 minutes thanks to goals from Bora Sahingoz (2), Charlie Lannie (2) and Oliver Piekarski.

Lucas Colley added a sixth goal before half-time and Haydn Parkes put the gloss on a 7-0 win in the second-half.

They now await news on their opponents for the semi-final clash on 27th April.

In other JPL cup action, the Under 10s missed out on progressing to the national stages of the competition after being narrowly beaten 1-3 by Halesowen Town Colts in a tight regional final played by two very good sides.

Both the Under 14s and Under 15s notched impressive victories in their JPL Elite League fixtures.

Kobe Chikosi (2), Arthur South, Shakeel Brown and Sahel Yessen were on the mark for the Under 14s as they won 5-1 against AFC Rushden & Diamonds.

Another notable victory for the Under 15s, who returned from Oxford City with a 3-2 victory over a team that had been unbeaten for 14 months.

A spectacular Jack Baker volley wasn't enough for the Under 16s who lost 1-2 to Evesham United in their JPL Elite League 'derby'.

Elsewhere there were excellent team displays by the Under 10 Girls and Under 11s in their matches against West Hagley and Oxford City respectively, whilst a depleted Under 13s ran out of steam in the second-half of their friendly with WBA Academy Development to lose 0-6.

Where next?

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