Wyrley made the 50 mile journey to Warwickshire and dominated from the start. A fine flowing move led to Jemma Clews crossing from the right for Rachel Hall to side foot home from 5 yards. A similar move earned Hall her second before Clews hit home the third from the edge of the box.
The midfield of Cath Davis, Emily Quimby, Beth Crook and Lottie Howells controlled play, with very assured performances from Leah Fanning, Emily Downes, Saff Hicken and Amy Marshall in defence. Nia Jay in goal dealt with the occassional threat comfortably.
Hall scored her hat trick with a spectacular volley on the outside of the foot from another Clews cross. Half time 4 – 0.
The second half started in similar vein with Clews scoring again from 15 yards before Quimby smashed home from 40 yards. Howells finally got the goal her play deserved after rounding the keeper before Clews deservedly wrapped up the scoring and claiming a hat trick by latching onto a through ball.

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