Green Heath 2 v 4 Wyrley Juniors

by on Sep.18, 2011, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

Wyrley continued their unbeaten run as they won their 3rd consecutive away game running out comfortable winners in the end against what were an unbeaten Green Heath side. For the second week running Wyrley were awarded two penalties, both won by Josh Griffiths. Wyrley started the better of the two teams on a difficult pitch […]

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Churchill Vic 0 v 3 Wyrley Juniors

by on Sep.12, 2011, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

Wyrley made it 7 points from 9 and consecutive away wins as they deservedly beat Churchill Vic. The excellent Jay Brown won the first of two penalties which skipper Dan Bourke put away. Before then Josh Griffiths blazed over and Matt Moseley had an effort saved by the keepers legs. Dan Bourke had his free kick […]

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Wyrley Juniors 1 v 1 Nags Head

by on Sep.04, 2011, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

A draw was a fair result but Wyrley will be disappointed with the result. Wyrley had the better of the early exchanges with the best chance falling to Dan Bourke who beat a player for pace in the box but his well hit effort smahed against the Nags bar. Wyrley took the lead when a quick […]

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Athletico Bridge 0 v 5 Wyrley Juniors

by on Aug.28, 2011, under Match Reports, Men Sunday Team 14/15

Wyrley got their first points on the board with a stunning reaction to last weeks 5-0 defeat, beating Athletico Bridge by the same score. Athletico struggled to live with the high quality and blistering pace of the Wyrley attacks and the game was effectively over by half time as Wyrley raced into a 4-0 lead.  The […]

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