Wyrley were pleased to get back into league action after several weeks of match postsponements and showed desire and enthusiasm straight from the start of this match, Wyrley created a few half chances early on in this game but just couldn’t find the finishing touches, After many good passing moves from Wyrley it was a route one move which allowed Wyrley to take the lead, A kick from Lauren Mantons hand was headed on superbly by the energetic Danni Biggs, this was picked up by Kate Lawton who ran at the Lichfield defence, skipped past a defender before side footing the shot past the stranded Lichfield keeper. Wyrley pressed again and were awarded several corners, one of many excellent Lucy Wells corners cleared the near post defenders and was watched carefully by Lawton who calmly finished at the far post for her second goal of the match. Wyrley made a few changes at the start of the second  half and had a difficult first 10 minutes has Lichfield started to press for a goal, Wyrley however defended well and began to look threatening on the break, Alicia Baker had a couple of decent runs down the right flank, and it was a Baker cross which was met by Lawton,  who steered her shot into the bottom corner of the net for Wyrley’s Third and a chance to claim the match ball if we didn’t need it! Wyrley may have added to the score but Lichfields keeper made a couple of decent saves and with pretty much the last kick of the game Lichfield hit a consolation goal.

  Kate Lawton was Wyrley man of the match, but a each player contributed to this impressive performance, Lauren Manton, Hayley Leese, Abby Judson, Jordan Parker, Karis Foreman, Nadine Costello and Ellie Whitehouse kept their concentration well and gave little away, Meg Titley, Ilora Anderson, Danni Biggs and Abi Hall played some of their best football of the season so far, Lucy Wells, Alicia Baker and Kate Lawton showed excellent control and gave the Lichfield defence plenty to think about.

Well done girls an excellent team performance.

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