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

Lichfield League Division 1.

Wyrley Juniors Jags 0 v 3 Wyrley Juniors United.

United came up against a strong Jags team today, both teams sitting pretty at the top of the division and deservedly so. United expected a tough match and that’s exactly how it turned out. The wind blew strongly from one end to the other and Jags kicked off with the wind at their backs. Jags had the lion share of possession during this half but just couldn’t find that killer ball, United were holding their shape well and worked hard to keep the Jags at bay, United did manage the odd breakaway during the half, Cory Crutchley calved out a chance just inside the box but the Jags keeper made an great save to thwart him. The half finished goalless. United were asked to keep working hard and try to take advantage of the wind when they could in the second half. United saw more of the ball during this half and midway through the half were awarded a penalty when Sam Foreman was adjudged to have been pushed just inside the box, Sam kept his composure well to hit the pen firmly enough to score. The game became more open then, Jags worked hard to get back into the game, however Tom Wheeldon found some space on the left, he chipped the ball to the far post and United man of the match Sam Foreman was on hand to double United’s lead. The last ten minutes was very frantic, both teams going hell for leather for an opportunity on goal, Crutchley made the game safe for United when he was awarded a penalty as both defender and attacker wrestled for the ball, he calmly placed the pen in the corner of the net giving the Jags keeper no chance.

Worked hard today boys, a true team performance well done!

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