Stourbridge 0-4 Wyrley Juniors (Sat)

by on Oct.07, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 13s Saturday 14/15

Wyrley ran out comfortable winners over Stourbridge after an improved team performance. Wyrley started brightly with Ben Lockley and Jamie Hitchborne combining well with Archie Tonks down the right. Ethan Richardson and Jack Hems were making life difficult for the Stourbridge rearguard with a couple of half chances going begging. Wyrley took the lead with […]

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Wyrley Juniors u11s 4-2 CS Colts (Sat 14th Sept)

by on Oct.07, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 13s Saturday 14/15

A blistering start by both teams made for an impressive spectacle as both teams showed an excellent range of skills and it was obvious from the off this was going to be a decent game. Ammar Dyer and Adam Croft started brightly for CS Colts and they put Wyrley under early pressure but Reece Duckers […]

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St Johns u11s 1 – 5 Wyrley Juniors (Sat)

by on Oct.07, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 13s Saturday 14/15

A 2nd successive hattrick from Jack Hems saw Wyrley on their way against St John’s but they had to come from behind after gifting Colts an opener following a lack of communication from a throw in allowed St johns to break and cross and finished completely unchallenged. Wyrley huffed and puffed early on with Jack […]

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u11s Saturday Fixtures Midland Junior Premier League

by on Sep.07, 2013, under Under 13s Saturday 14/15

Sat 7th  Home v Hednesford Town  10.30 k.o  – All support welcome Sat 14th Home v CS Colts 10.30 k.o Sat 21st Away v St Johns Colts 10.30 k.o Sat 28th Away v Solihull Moors 10.30 k.o   Good Luck to all the Wyrley teams who kick off their season this weekend

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