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Wyrley Juniors 4 v 1 AFC Colliers

by on Dec.22, 2013, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

3 quality goals in 3 minutes towards the end of the first half changed this game as Wyrley quickly got back to winning ways progressing to the semi-final of the League Cup with a deserved victory over last seasons winners. Lively Luke Shail played a stunning through ball to Josh Griffiths who had made a […]

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Wyrley Juniors 4 v 0 Chase Spartans

by on Dec.08, 2013, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

Josh Griffiths scored a first half hat-trick as Wyrley again beat higher league opponents comfortably to progress to the third round of the Cannock Chase Cup. Wyrley took the lead after 15 minutes when Kneller set Luke Shail free down the right and his pull back was met by Griffiths to slot home with his […]

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Wyrley Juniors 3 v 0 Victoria Athletic

by on Dec.01, 2013, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

Wyrley beat their higher league opponents comfortably to progress to the third round. Wyrley could have scored three in the first 10 minutes, with the best chance falling to Tom Kneller hitting over the bar after being put through by Josh Griffiths following good work by Mike Clayton. Victoria got more into the game as […]

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Brinsford 1 v 2 Wyrley Juniors

by on Nov.11, 2013, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

Wyrley completed the double over Brinsford as they remain joint top of the league. The first half was fairly even with Wyrley playing the better football without really testing the keeper but Brinsford created the better chances and had James Goddard to thank for keeping the scores level. Hayden Nash cleared a goal bound header […]

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