Worcester City Youth proved that they are definitely up for the cup after wins for all of their teams in competitive action.
WFA County Cup final places were secured by both the Under 14s and Under 15s.
The Under 14s eased past Nunnery Wood 6-0, whilst their elders needed a penalty shoot-out to get past Kidderminster Harriers. Archie Mears equalised for City as the clash finished 1-1 before the hosts held their nerve to win 5-4 on spot kicks.
In JPL Cup matches, there were victories for the Under 10s and Under 11s over Stoke RTC and Coventry Sky Blues by 5-0 and 1-0 respectively.
The Under 12s made the long trek to the West Country to take on Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust and returned with a 2-0 win.
In the Total Motion Football League, City’s Reserves picked up a 4-2 win after taking advantage of Cadbury Athletic being reduced to 10 men. With the scores level at 1-1 following a Milo Elmes goal, a visiting defender was sent off for handling the ball on the line.
The resultant penalty was despatched by Christos Gabriel before further strikes from Ryan Mole and Riley Keasey clinched the three points.
A trio of other friendly fixtures took place at Perdiswell where the Under 10 Girls hosted Wyre Forest Phoenix and the Under 16s and Under 13s both took on RTC Birmingham St George’s. A Cam Monteith brace and Tristan Webby’s winner completed an impressive comeback by the Under 16s who fought back from 0-2 down to win 3-2, whilst Harry Rebbeck netted for the Under 13s in a game that they probably deserved to get at least a share of the spoils from but were left to rue conceding three goals in the first quarter in a 1-4 defeat.