Wyrley Juniors U16’s Girls weekend match report.

by on Mar.18, 2012, under Girls Under 16s 11/12

Wyrley Juniors 1 v Gornal 0 Wyrley defended well and created several chances in this game against a hard working Gornal team, Abi hall, Lucy Wells and Alicia Baker were all denied by some excellent keeping in the first half and well set Gornal defence were difficult to break down. The second half Gornal started […]

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Wyrley Juniors Girls U16’s weekend match report.

by on Feb.19, 2012, under Girls Under 16s 11/12

CENTRAL WARWICKSHIRE GIRLS FOOTBALL LEAGUE WYRLEY JUNIORS UNDER 16’s MATCH REPORT   ERDINGTON LADIES 1 v 2 WYRLEY JUNIORS This was a game played in  extremely difficult conditions, a strong cross wind and torrential rain was always going to affect the quality of football played today. Wyrley however got the advantage of the cross wind in […]

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Wyrley Juniors Girls u16’s weekend report.

by on Jan.29, 2012, under Girls Under 16s 11/12, Match Reports

Dosthill 2 v 2 Wyrley Wyrley had a better first half than second in this match, leading 1-0 at half time through a good Danni Biggs strike, Wyrley also went close with efforts from Alicia Baker and Chloe Coldicott.  The second half was a scrappy one, both teams not finding any particular rhythm, Wyrley’s best spell in […]

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by on Jan.08, 2012, under Girls Under 16s 11/12, Match Reports

WYRLEY JUNIORS 0 v 0 NETHERTON COLTS Just a short post to congratulate the girls for their hard work and endeavour this weekend, The girls dug deep and worked their socks off to get a point out of this competitive encounter, Not a lot of clear cut chances in this match but Lucy Wells deserves […]

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