Match Report:- Wyrley Juniors United U14’s Season 2014-15

Lichfield League Division 1.

Chasetown Scholars 0 v 6 Wyrley Juniors United.

This game was the first game in the top division for both teams, United settled quickly and passed the ball well in the opening few minutes, a few chances were created early on by Wyrley and this set the tone for the rest of the game. Cory Crutchley however broke the deadlock in United’s favour in the third minute, his second came a little while later (27mins), a neat finish into the left hand corner of the goal from just inside the box, Crutchley completed his hat-trick a few minutes later (34 mins) sliding the ball neatly beyond the advancing keeper. United played some great passing football for much of the half, Interplay between Cody Stephens, Sam Foreman, Liam Morley, Sam New and John Mcdermott was too good for Chasetown on this occasion, Tom Wheeldon profited by it too, hitting 2 goals on 30 and 35minutes to send United 5 goals to the good at half time. The second half saw Chasetown re-shuffle slightly but the intensity and pressure from Wyrley remained the same. United went close on a few occasions but just couldn’t quite match the accuracy of their efforts on goal in this half compared to the first half, However Tom Peacock dispatched his shot well, when the chance presented itself after an Alex Price shot was blocked but fell kindly to him. United kept their shape well and ran out convincing winners.

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Well done United (I love saying that!)

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