Walsall came out fighting from the kick off, Panthers went to sleep and Walsall got a well deserved 2 goal lead at half time.  Second half  things still looked bad for Wyrley but a long goal kick from Emily Pettit unfortunately for Walsall’s goal keeper it went over her head in to the net. Wyrley were back into the game with more fight and determination,  a slight miskick  sent  Rachel Cumberledge who kept her head and took the ball around the goal keeeper into the  bottom corner.  Level pegging for both teams both teams continued with the pressure with some great saves  from both goalkeepers. A corner from Rachel in the last few minutes deflected out to Karys Craddock who sweetly volleyed the ball into top corner which gave Wyrley the win.  A great game of football which could have gone either way.

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