Wyrley showed why they are the team that plays the most attractive attacking football in the league with a commanding performance against a hard working Leamington team.

Goals came at regular intervals with 5 girls getting hat tricks!

Nia Jay had little to do in goal for the majority of the game, although 2 goals conceded means that defensive work will be worked on in training. Saff Hicken had a confident game along side the imperious Amy Marshall in defence.

Goal scorers were Jemma Clews 3, Emily Downes 1, Hayley Turner 4, Laura Cumberledge 3, Emily Quimby 3. Cath Davis was given the penalty to take and smashed it into the net as compensation for the numerous shots she had that kept hitting the keeper. Leah Fanning scored 3 after playing on the left side of midfield to make it 5 for the season – 4 more than her previous best! The last 10 minutes saw the girls spurning numerous opportunities in their efforts to set up Beth Crook who duly obliged with the final and 19th goal. Laura even managed to hit the post twice!

A bitterly cold day saw both teams working their socks off and praise must be given to Leamington, who did not give up!

The score took Wyrley’s goals scored through the 50 barrier and a goal difference to 44 from only 7 games!

Well done girls – now for the next one!

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