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City Youth News

Two Worcester City Youth strikers were in four-midable form on Saturday.

Kobe Chikozi hit four goals for the Under 14s in their 6-2 win over Birmingham St George’s with Jay Birch and Zakir Islam also on the mark.

Also finding the net four times was Saeed Khattak as the Under 13s secured their first victory of the season in a 7-1 success over Solihull Academy. Two goals for Kyle Shaw and a Lewis Corbett shot completing the scoring.

In Under 18s action, City’s Floodlit League side collected an impressive 4-2 win last Monday over a very good Rugby Borough Juniors side – a trio of flowing moves giving the hosts a 3-1 half-time lead thanks to goals from Hassan Shah and Joe Clarke (2) before Joel Owusu’s superb 20-yard strike sealed the points.

On Saturday, it was honours even in a tight friendly affair versus Solihull Moors as Tom Mills claimed the goal in a 1-1 draw whilst the Under 18 Girls maintained their unbeaten record with a 3-1 win against Wyrley Wanderers.

Elsewhere, there was a storming second-half showing from the Under 12s as they won 6-0 at Hereford following a goalless first period.

After conceding two sloppy first-half goals against Knowle, there was a strong second-half performance from the Reserves too who laid siege to the opposition goal but it wasn’t quite enough as they unfortunately only had a Josh Hesson effort to show for their endeavour in a 1-2 defeat.

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