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

Lichfield League Open Cup round 1.

Lichfield Spires 0  v 5 Wyrley Juniors United.

On a heavy pitch and a strong wind blowing diagonally across the surface, conditions were far from perfect for an ideal football match, however United did their best to get the ball down and play, during the game they put together some find passing football and Lichfield struggled to cope with United at their best. It took United 20 minutes to break the deadlock, Charlie Street stabbing home a fine cross from John Mcdermott. United were then on the front foot , Sam Foreman broke the Spires defensive line and was unlucky to hit the near post as he took his shot early, moments later Alex Price found Foreman who hit the ball across field to Tom Wheeldon, he controlled the pass well and from the edge of the box curled the ball beautifully into the top far corner of the goal to double United’s lead. Man of the match Foreman made his second run in on goal count the next time, rounding the keeper to slot his finish just inside the near post. Half-time and United were encouraged to make the ball do the work and within the next 10 minutes United put the game beyond Lichfield. Liam Morley found Wheeldon who calmly hit his second of the game, and moments later Street hit a fine ball into the box, Mcdermott controlled it well and turned to hit an accurate shot just inside the far post. Lichfield never stopped battling and their keeper performed well to hold out United for the rest of the match.

Solid game lads well played today!

1 comment for this article:
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    Kev

    Well done Panthers

    KevinHadwen

    WYRLEY TIGERS

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