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Match Report:- Wyrley Juniors United U13’s Season 2013-14

Lichfield League Division 1.

Lichfield City Spires 0 v 6 Wyrley Juniors United

United put in yet another performance which didn’t disappoint. United pretty much picked up from where they left off last week and this was going to be another difficult game for Lichfield. United broke the deadlock within the first ten minutes Tom Wheeldon cutting in from the right before finding the corner of the net. Wyrley played some neat football and created several chances, Wheeldon and Sam Foreman both going close for United, United went further ahead when Liam Morley was on hand to score with a fine finish from close to the penalty spot. United continued to press and the United midfield of Tom Peacock, Charlie Street, Liam Morley and John Mcdermott  linked up well together, but the United defence were keeping it tight too, United man of the match Tom Rowlands kept the Lichfield forwards in check, along with Sam Cottrell, Callum Holliday, Alex Price and Jack Addison. Wheeldon broke clear to hit United’s third. With 10 minutes to go to half time Lichfield may have gave in but their credit they kept working hard, United though were unlucky not to stretch their lead further when Lewis Hill pushed his shot wide of the target. The second half United made a few changes to begin with and this affected their rhythm slightly, Lichfield battled well and got a bit more possession as the new players adjusted the game, the last fifteen minutes United dominated again but just couldn’t apply the finishing touch. With ten minutes to go Wheeldon calmly slotted his third, a minute later Yazz struck United’s fifth, then with a few minutes left Wheeldon further stretched United’s lead calmly slotting his fourth of the match and United’s sixth.

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