In humid conditions with only a bare 11 due to top scorer Jemma and Cath taking a break to Barcelona with school and with Lottie making her first appearance for 4 months, Wyrley put on a battling display to match Stourbridge in the 50/50 battles across the park.
Despite having the early possession and territory, Wyrley couldn’t open their account and Stourbridge caused problems on the break. beth Crook, despite being ill, had a great start to the game, involved in everything good. The deadlock was broken by a goal that would be worthy to win any game with a screamer from 40 yards form Emily Quimby that soared over the keeper. Hayley Turner had a number of opportunites but was thwarted by saves from the keeper. Rachel Hall had a fine game, supported by the hard working Laura Cumberledge and Lottie Howells.
A through ball from Quimby found Turner, who got round the final defender and slotted past the keeper with confidence. Half time 2 – 0.

Stourbridge clawed their way back into the game with a break from the half way line before Nia Jay pulled off a save to push the ball round the post. Leah Fanning had a storming run past 4 players before being blocked before she could get her shot away. Amy Marshall, Saff Hicken and Emily Downes showed their mettle with a series of fine tackles. A run and shot from Laura Cumberledge was well save by the keeper but Howells was on hand to bundle the rebound inside the post. Quimby finished off the scoring with a calm control and finish.

Well done girls, the midweek friendly certainly put you in the right frame of mind – super job!

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