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Wyrley U’s Lions friendly against Shire Oak Cubs 03/04/11

by on Apr.05, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 16s Lions 18/19

A tighter affair, but the Lions began brightly with some good attacking moves and it wasn’t long before the Ryan Wood started where he left off against Creswell. A shot just inside the area found the back of the net. Joshua Guest then went on a great run and fed the run of Ryan who […]

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Wyrley U8’s Lions friendly against Creswell Wanderers on 03/04/11

by on Apr.05, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 16s Lions 18/19

What became an excellent start for the home side with Ella Spears having a good shot well saved and Joshua Guest hitting a low shot just wide, it was the opposition who showed the quality in this game. Owen Lloyd and Connor Byrne tackled well and made good efforts to stop the attacks. George Bicknell […]

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Pelsall Villa

by on Mar.28, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 16s Lions 18/19

A game the Lions had chances in but couldn’t take them. The opposition took advantage with some dangerous attacks which were thwarted by the excellent Aaron Clee. Three crucial stops in the first half keeping the scores level. Ryan Wood saw a shot deflected wide as the Lions counter attacked, but the Lions couldn’t keep […]

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Wyrley Lions U8’s friendly against Forest Star

by on Mar.28, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 16s Lions 18/19

Promoted to the next Division, the Lions started brightly and battled well in a very even game and some early counter attacks nearly rewarded them with a goal. A Ryan Wood pass to Ella Spears saw her shoot just wide. Another chance saw Ella miss queue a shot that rebounded to Ritchie Sutton who inturn […]

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