Boldmere Sports & Social 4 - 1 Silhill
SILHILL were well beaten by home side Boldmere, who mastered the gale force winds far better than the more wayward blue boys.
Andy Masters scored a hat-trick as the home side took a 4 - 0 lead.
Silhill did manage a consolation goal however late on when Neil Kitching was brought down in the area and Darren Lea converted the penalty.
Cresconians 0 - 3 Shirley Athletic
On a wet and windy afternoon, Shirley took early control of the game but could not turn their possession into goals, with too many crosses and passes wide of the mark.
Cresconians started the second half the brighter of the two sides, pinning Shirley into their own half. But on 67 minutes, Shirley were awarded a corner and Kerry Curtis went up and put the ball in the back of the net for the breakthrough goal.
Five minutes later, another brilliant move out on the Shirley right flank saw Ben Ince power forward towards the edge of the Cresconians area and unleash a powerful low drive that beat the Cresconians keeper at his near post.
The game was wrapped up on 84 minutes when Mike Mountford scored another spectacular effort from 25 yards out.
Old Nortonians 1 - 1 Silhill 2nds
Silhill Reserves achieved their first point of the Season with a fine draw away at Old Nortonians.
Sils stormed into the lead midway through the first half when Dane Morgan was supplied by Oliver Parry’s threaded pass and shot in clinically at the far post.
An end-to-end game should have seen more goals, but it took until the 76th minute, when Old Nortonians were awarded a dubious penalty, for the equaliser to come.
Silhill 3rds 2 - 4 Acocks Green
Hayes Heath 1 - 1 Shirley Athletic 2nds
Birmingham AFA Vets Cup
Shirley Athletic 4 - 0 Old Wulfs
Midland Football Combination
Knowle FC 2 - 3 Brocton FC
Having taken three points away at Castle Vale on Wednesday, the Robins travelled to a blustery Brocton full of confidence.
Despite a good start by Knowle, Fife opened the scoring for Brocton, but the Robins soon scored an equaliser thanks to Mykey Pryce.
Brocton scored early in the second half, only to see their lead lost again, this time King getting the equaliser.
The Robins were only on level terms for four minutes though, as hesitant defending allowed Scott to fire home from a tight angle.
Leisure Leagues 6-a-side
Fox Hollies Sunday
Solihull Allstars sneaked through 4-3 in a thriller with The Punishers this week in their bid to win the Premier Division. GSD cruised through 4-1 against The Legends, whilst there were 2-1 wins for both Lionel Rich Tea’s and leaders The Chumpions over Opportunity Knockers and Monkspath Masif respectively, whilst FCUK were 2-0 victors over Sunday Afternoon Delight.
Fox Hollies Monday
The Gitites maintained their 100% record at the top of the Premier Division, making it seven wins out of seven with their crushing 4-0 win over Liverpudlians.
Aston Vanilla saw off Lob FC by the same scoreline in an equally one-sided affair, but the game of the day came as Sainsburys Acocks Green held on for a pulsating 4-3 victory over David Jobsworth’s Reluctant Allstars.
Desperados made it two wins out of two as they stormed home to a 7-2 demolition of Hall Green Harriers.
They went one better than KD Dynamos, who have also amassed four points so far thanks to a 6-2 drubbing of Bought & Paid For, but the thriller of the day saw Panic At The Astro hold on for a pulsating 7-5 success over Ballbags. Spartak Geesch are sat top of the pile on goal difference thanks to a 3-0 win against Billy More Mates.