Great Barr Harriers Town 3 – 0 Wyrley Juniors Panthers

by on Nov.24, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 15s Panthers 16/17

After last weeks performance Wyrley Panthers came out fighting from the start. A good battling first half performance without any rewards and a defensive error gave Great Barr the lead. Second half saw Panthers come out and play the football they know they can play. Panthers dominated throughout the second half but again could not […]

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Wyrley Junior Panthers 1 – 10 Park Hill Boys

by on Nov.24, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 15s Panthers 16/17

A really disappointing result and performance from U12 Panthers. All the hard work in training gone to waste two days later. Panthers where never really in the game and where physically out played by top of the league Park Hill Boys. The only bright spark was the performances of James Moore, Oliver and James Briscoe […]

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Wyrley Juniors 3 – 1 LA Pheonix

by on Nov.10, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 15s Panthers 16/17

Wyrley where not at there best today against an LA Pheonix side who battled from start to finish. Two goals from James Briscoe and one from Jake Barratt sealed a hard fought victory. A fine penalty save from Ethan Goddard kept Wyrley in the game as LA Pheonix pressed for an equaliser. Awful refereeing decisions […]

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Wyrley Panthers 2 – 4 Tipton Youth

by on Nov.10, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 15s Panthers 16/17

After a great start to the game and Wyrley going into a two goal lead, the game became disjointed and Wyrley became sloppy in their play. Wyrley where two up at half time and looking comfortable against there opponents. In the second half Wyrley became inconsistent in there play and let a two goal lead […]

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