Wyrley started sloppily and deservedly went behind after 2 minutes when the ball should have been cleared twice.
This kicked Wyrley into action and goals then came at regular intervals. Goal came from Jemma Clews 5, Rachel Hall 4, Hayley Turner 3, Emily Quimby 2 and Cath Davis 1.
Not the best of performances, with much room for improvement across the park but the result meant that League goals scored crashed through the 100 barrier to 110 from 14 games – the third highest across the whole league age groups and goals conceded at 9 – the second best across the league. Goal difference now a tremendous 101!
I have also heard that Mathematics courses are now on offer at all Chase Colleges!

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