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

Lichfield League Division 1.

Wyrley Juniors United 3 v 0 Chasetown Scholars

United played Scholars in the league for the second week running, not quite sure how this happens but after United’s convincing win last week we knew Chasetown would use the week to take stock and prepare themselves for the re-match. It was evident straight away that the Scholars had switched their team positions from the previous week, this tactic worked well for them in the first half and United may have had more possession but clear cut chances were not presenting themselves like they did the previous week. Scholars defended well too and it wasn’t easy to see how United were likely to break them down, however a few minutes before the end of the first half, a fine pass from Cody Stephens found the run of Tom Wheeldon, whose first touch ran perfectly into his path and made it easy for him to slide the ball beyond the advancing keeper to give Wyrley the lead. The second half wasn’t much different to the first, except United did have more of a threat in the Scholars box, Cory Crutchley and Wheeldon both struck the upright. United went further ahead quite fortuitously, Sam Foreman closed the defender down quickly inside the box, the defender’s hurried clearance rebounded off Foreman’s shin and left the keeper stranded as the ball ran into the corner of the net. United added a further strike a few minutes before the end for the game when Foreman got his second following a great delivery into the box from Callum Holliday, Sam Cottrell was United’s man of the match, playing a confident and assured game in the heart of the United defence.

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