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Wyrley 6 v Lightwood Rangers 0

Wyrley were up for this as their opponents had beaten them 1 – 0 in the Under 14s age group final in 2007.

Despite an early period of Lightwood pressure, Wyrley went in front direct from a corner from Emily Quimby. Catherine Davis moved quickly on to a Quimby cross to head home – the culmination of a flowing move out of defence. Nia Jay in goal held on comfortably to a couple of long range efforts before Rachel Hall latched onto a through ball to smash home. Quimby had two legitimate free kicks ruled out for offside and scoring direct from an indirect free kick.

Emily Downes, Amy Marshall, Nad Bunce, Jess brookes and Leah Fanning had tremendous games in defence. Beth Crook had a fine game holding the midfield with Jemma Clews and Hayley Turner causing all sorts of problems on the wings.  

Hall scored two more goals with powerful strikes before the hard working Laura Cumberledge, Davis and Hall combined to force an unfortunate own goal. 

Wyrley now move on to the semi final next week against their watching opponents Brereton Social.buy Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie Ride ‘Em Cowboy psp

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    richflan

    Well done girls, all the best for the next round.

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