Solihull Borough U18s Girls 1 Wyrley U18s Girls 9

by on Feb.12, 2011, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Match Reports

Wyrley made the journey South with a scratch squad of 11 girls including 2 who were either ill or carrying a knock. Despite a sluggish first half, when Solihull restricted our girls to 4 goals and also managed a great strike from 20 yards, the football got better in the second half. Not our best […]

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Bradwell Belles 2 Wyrley U18 Girls 10

by on Feb.05, 2011, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Match Reports

Wyrley produced a scintillating performance in gale force winds and driving rain in the County Cup Quarter Final. The conditions could have been a leveller but the quality of passing and movement was exceptional, despite the girls in both teams getting battered by the winds and soaked by the monsoon like storm. With the wind […]

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Warndon Village U/18s Girls 0 Wyrley U/18s Girls 22

by on Jan.15, 2011, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Match Reports

Against very plucky opponents who did not let their heads drop, Wyrley overcame the windy conditions with a super show of passing and movement and clinical finishing. Highlights for each girl as follows: – Nia Jay – very good distribution today and scored from the penalty spot Leah Fanning – showed her usual energetic overlapping […]

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December Teams of the Month

by on Dec.21, 2010, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Teams of the Month, Under 9s Tigers 11/12

The winners of December 2010 Teams of the Month were: – Under 8s Tigers who played 2 and won 2 Under 18s Girls who played 2 and won 2 Well done to both teams!

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