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Wyrley Juniors FC Under 16s Girls did what Manchester United couldn’t manage by beating foreign opposition on their Whitsun week tour of Holland.

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They played UOW02 FC in Landgraaf, Holland and won 2-0 in their first fixture in a very competitive game, with goals coming from Emily Quimby from 30 yards and Rachel Hall. Sophie Hardy and Lottie Howells had fine games in goal and defence. Other chances were spurned with Quimby having a penalty smartly saved by the keeper and a shot from Hayley Turner smashing against the post.
In their second game, they moved on to Aachen in Germany to play Burscheid TV FC and came out comfortable winners 13-0 with goals coming from Hall 3, Quimby 3, Emily Downes 1, Nad Bunce 1, Amy Marshall 1, Hayley Turner 1, Jemma Clews 1, Beth Crook 1 and Cath Davis 1. Despite putting Sophie and Lottie up front we couldn’t quite manage to get all 11 girls on the score sheet! We were treated to a fine German spread of food after the game and left with gifts of cholcolates for girls and parents – tremendous hospitality and we are looking to invite the teams over for matches next year.

We stayed at Center Parcs near Eindhoven –  agreat time had by all – thanks go to Dianne Quimby for organising probably our best tour yet! Now for next year……! If any team wants details of how to organise what was quite a cheap – yet high in quality – tour, give me a shout.

Pictured are the U16s with their first match opponents UOW02 FC

Pictured are the U16s with their first match opponents UOW02, Landgraaf, Holland.

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