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The Wyrley Colts Under 11’s suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of Ashmore Park Rangers on Sunday. Trailing 1-0 for most of the game, Jake Powers pulled¬†one back for the Colts with 5 mins to go and it looked likely that a draw was on the cards. Unfortunately in the last couple of minutes APR snatched a late winner. While some of the Colts were very upset, heads were held high¬†and we all know who the true winners on the day were. The lads did us proud……

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    The Stig

    Well said Pete. We made every attempt to protect our boys but some people know not how to conduct themselves. It was a very low day for me as a manager. I’m very proud of my boys and of how they played as sportsmen. THAT shows other clubs that Wyrley Juniors are there “To compete and enjoy”.

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    bec

    I agree with you both soooooooo proud of our boys who played a fab game of football through disgraceful curcumstances.The result of the match does not give our boys the justice they deserve,they were the winners that day.
    I became a protective mommy to the players that day and would do again to protective the boys from a managers and parents abuse.
    Scott you showed how a true manager should conduct himself,I thank you and glad my son is one of your players.

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