CWGFL u16’s  Division 1

Belverdere 2 v 5 Wyrley Juniors.

Well i don’t know where to start really with regard to this match report, i wasn’t present at the game but i can at least make a few comments which have been passed onto me by relatives of the players.  Belverdere seemingly cruising to the league title after winning their last seven games possibly expected to make it eight straight wins on the trot, however this group of Wyrley players had other ideas. While i toiled hard to keep up with my son on the ascent of mount snowdon on a fundraising mission for Wyrley Juniors United u11’s, Wyrley Juniors Girls U16’s took to the field in Burton on particularly misty morning. I can’t tell you the order of the Wyrley scorer’s unfortunately but i can explain why this result and performance was the best so far this season by the girls’s.  Wyrley took the lead in the first half and obviously showed their intent that they were going to make a game of it!  Belverdere hit back scoring two goals to lead at half time, But what resolve and determination by the girls to turn it around to hit 4 second half unanswered goals. I’ve been told this half was a total football performance by the girls and goalscorer’s Alicia Baker 2, Danni  Biggs 2 and Kate Lawton 1 must be congratulated, but also for such an accomplished team result so should Lauren Manton, Ellie Whitehouse, Abby Judson, Jordan Parker, Jaffa, Abi Hall, Chloe Coldicott and Lucy Wells. Well done girls and Mark Roberts for pulling this result off, the text message from Mark spurred me on to get to the top of the mountain and this was an excellent tonic!

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