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  WEDNESBURY WILCATS 2 v 1 WYRLEY JUNIORS

Another good performance from Wyrley, although the result reflects otherwise, Wednesbury always provide quality opposition and their strikers and goal tally suggests that they will always get goals and hence are difficult to get a result against, this proved true today but on a rock hard pitch and with an uncompromising bounce their were several chances at both ends of the pitch and the full time score could have had many different permutations. Both sides struck the woodwork in the first half, Lucy Wells unlucky to see her effort strike the upright from a well directed free-kick, Meg Titley had a goalbound effort well saved and had other opportunities which she just couldn’t direct on goal, Wednesbury however took the lead when the Wyrley defence failed to clear the ball and their striker didn’t require a second invitation. The second half saw Wyrley get the ball down and play some of their best football of the season and an energetic man of the match Danni Biggs was the driving force behind much of play, Biggs went close but so did Wells and Ilora Anderson, their was some good runs too from Abi Hall down the right hand side of the pitch, Wells finished well to bring Wyrley level and with much of the possession were perhaps slight favourites to go on and win the game, However Wyrley were to rue their missed chances when in the last minute a through ball from Wednesbury found their striker to hit the winning goal.

Unlucky girls this was one of the best games you have played all season.

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