Wyrley Juniors slipped to their second consecutive 6-2 home defeat, last week it was Uxbridge, this week bogey team Winding Wheel. Scorers last week being Moseley & Coates.

Wyrley were simply second best in the early exchanges and fell behind to 2 goals, both from corners that should have been defended better. The first was headed in from within the 6 yard box and the second inswinger went straight in evading Durbin & Pollard. In between, Crook broke through midfield and played in Matt Moseley who di everything right as he lobbed the keeper but also the bar.

The Winding Wheel third goal came from a quick break after Wyrley had been on the attack. The ball was cleared to the left wing, picked up by the Wheel striker who somehow got passed Durbin to advance into the box and cooly slot past Pollard.

Wyrley pulled a goal back when the Wheel centre backs clashed and one of them headed passed their keeper to make the half-time score 3-1.

After a half-time roasting Wyrley then conceeded a fourth goal when like last week the opposing striker was given too much time to pick up the ball from a throw in, turn and hit a speculative shot into the corner of the net.

Wyrley then came to life and created numerous chances and corner after corner in a 20 minute purple patch. From one such corner taken by Faherty, Crook rose at the far post to head firmlyinto the net.

Adam Green then cut in from the left and hit the bar. The sam player dribbled through the defence to be pulled down, get up himself and take the free kick that was tipped round the post. Liam Faherty had another corner headed off the line for a corner, this one was then taken by centre half Whitehouse and Crook should have done better but instead the ball glanced off to safety.

Mayhem in the Wheel box then ensued, as Sam Burkett pulled the ball back to Crook who had his shot cleared off the line, the ball rebounded to Moseley whose volley was also cleared off the line and eventually the ball was cleared. A goal at 4-2 would have made the finish interesting.

However, Wyrley then fell further behind as Pollard came out to claim a long ball but was beaten to it by the Wheel striker who rounded Pollard and slotted the ball into an empty net. The sixth goal followed as Wyrley failed to clear a corner and the ball fell kindly for the Wheel player to hit low into the net.

Wyrley hope to get back to winning ways against Hen House away next week.    

Team: 4-4-2
Pollard, Durbin, Higgs, Whitehouse, Daley, Faherty, Clayton (M), Crook, Burkett, Green, Moseley.
Subs: Binsley.

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