Lea Hall 3 – 2 Wyrley Juniors Panthers aet

by on Nov.01, 2009, under Match Reports, Under 18s Panthers 10/11

Sunday 27/10/2009 Wyrley travelled to Lea Hall for the Challenge cup first round. Wyrley again started the game strongly as the week before, making chances and finally going one nil up with a goal from Joshua Wilson. The game went from end to end with both sides playing some nice football. Lea Hall then gained […]

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Wyrley Juniors Panthers 1 – 2 Berkswich FC

by on Nov.01, 2009, under Match Reports, Under 18s Panthers 10/11

Sunday 20/10/2009 Panther went into this game with confidence from recent results, Berkswich as league leaders. Both sides going for it from the start, Panthers making chances and playing nice passing football. As the game wore on Berkswich began to take control and went ahead after yet more sloppy defending from Wyrley. Wyrley battled back […]

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Great Barr Gunners U17 2 – 4 Wyrley Juniors Panthers

by on Oct.06, 2009, under Match Reports, Under 18s Panthers 10/11

Wyrley went into this game looking to get points on the board after two mediocre displays. Great Barr took the lead early on after some sloppy defending. Wyrley battled and drew level with a goal from Josh Wilson, volleying in a cross from the right. Again some ssloppy defending saw Great Barr go 2-1 up […]

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Wyrley Juniors Panthers U17S 2 – 0 Shire Oak Saints Warriors U17s

by on Oct.06, 2009, under Match Reports, Under 18s Panthers 10/11

Wyrley took conrol of this game from the start, some lovely passing movements all over the pitch was just to much for Shire Oak. Wyrley deserverdly took the lead from a passing move down the left hand side with Josh Wilson and Josh Griffiths making space to get a low hard driven cross to the […]

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