THERE were five-star performances for two Worcester City teams as both collected second wins of the season with 5-0 away victories.

In the West Midlands League Premier Division, City's women dominated at bottom-of-the-table Knowle from start to finish and probably deserved more goals.

Millie Meadows, Emily Young, Becky Evans, Jess Jenkins and Lauren D’Oyen Fitchett found the net.

The 5-0 win should provide the team with added belief and confidence ahead of Sunday’s clash with Sutton Coldfield Town who sit just above them in eighth place in the table.

The under 10s and 12s staged local derbies with Nunnery Wood Colts — the latter in a competitive Midland Junior Football League fixture that saw City emerge victorious 5-0 thanks to a James Thomas hat-trick and strikes by debutant Ethan Roberts and Ali Saddler.

Two late goals deprived the under 21s of a well-earned Midland Football League West Division point at Sutton Coldfield Town.

City led at the break thanks to a Tom Mills penalty but were unlucky to concede a spot-kick of their own after the interval.

Keeper George Bourne saved the initial spot-kick only to be beaten at the second attempt after the referee ordered a retake.

Fielding a trio of first-teamers, the experience of the hosts eventually broke the resolve of the mainly teenage Worcester side as they scored from a corner in the 90th minute and completed a 3-1 win in injury-time.

It was honours even for the under 18s in their Midland Floodlit Youth League Southern Premier Division clash with Bromsgrove Sporting.

Despite being on top for much of the game City had to settle for a point.

But they showed character to earn the 1-1 draw after falling behind with a smart finish by Cam Monteith providing the equaliser.

Matches involving the reserves against Bartley Reds, the under 16s at FC Wilts and the under 15s versus Kettering Town were all postponed due to waterlogged pitches.