Another close game between these two teams, the cold rain and fresh cross wind not helping either team, Wyrley started well and just edged the first 5 minutes, Wyrley opening the scoring when a pass from the busy William Meredith found Josh Smith who took his chance well. Tigers did some defending during the next spell of the game before half-time but still looked dangerous on the break. The second half was just as tight, some great work from Elliot Crook both in defence and attack earning him Wyrley man of the match. To their credit APR hit back, finding space on the right to take their chance well, but Wyrley were a little unlucky when Smith, Sam Foreman and Duncan Reilly all went close for Wyrley before the end of this game.


Wyrley started with the wind at their backs but took time to settle, this was however an exciting game and Cresswell were quality opponents especially good upfront and on the break. Wyrley took the lead when a penetrating kick out of the hands of Harry Simkin which was followed up by Duncan Reilly who place his shot well to put Wyrley one up. Cresswell hit back with 2 quick goals taking advantage of some poor organisation at the back. The second half and Wyrley were determined to get back into this game but rode their luck when Cresswell hit the woodwork twice, Wyrley started to get more possession and a great pass from Tom Peacock found Josh Smith who beat the unlucky Cresswell keeper. Wyrley pressed further and man of the Smith found some space on the left and his low drive found the corner of the net.

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