WYRLEY JUNIORS GIRLS U15’s Weekend match reports

by on Apr.03, 2011, under Girls Under 16s 11/12, Match Reports

  WYRLEY JUNIORS 2 v 0  ERDINGTON Wyrley worked the hardest of the two teams but never really hit there best form in this encounter, Wyrley created several chances in the first half and it was Lucy Wells who we thought had opened the scoring from close range, however a contentious flag from the Erdington […]

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Wyrley Juniors U15’s Girls Weekend Game

by on Mar.27, 2011, under Girls Under 16s 11/12, Match Reports

Coundon Court 1 v 1 Wyrley Juniors   This was very much a game of two halves, on a slopping pitch Coundon had much of the possession in the first half, Wyrley however defended well and always looked a threat on the break, Ilora Anderson’s good run and then shot just missing the far post. […]

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Wyrley Juniors U15’s weekend match report

by on Mar.13, 2011, under Girls Under 16s 11/12, Match Reports

Wyrley Juniors 1 v 3 Belvedere Girls Wyrley started well and saw much of the possesion in the opening quarter of the game, Wyrley were unlucky not to take the lead when a Lizzie Scoines lob bounced over the bar. Belvedere picked up their game from this point onwards and finished off a good passing move […]

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Wyrley Juniors Girls u15’s weekend game.

by on Mar.06, 2011, under Girls Under 16s 11/12, Match Reports

Wyrley Juniors 1 v 1 Coventry City   This was a useful friendly game for the girls prior to resuming league action next week, Coventry proved to be quality opponents and are a skilful and organised team. Coventry started brightly and put Wyrley under pressure, Wyrley however comfortably kept Coventry at bay, Jaffa marshalling the […]

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