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LICHFIELD JUNIOR YOUTH  U11’s division 3 MATCH REPORT 27/11/11

WYRLEY JUNIORS UNITED 2 v CASTLE VALE RKS 2

  A fierce crosswind made it difficult for both sides to get the ball down and play, RKS started with the wind at their backs and began the game busily, Wyrley were forced to defend for periods of the first half but always look threatening on the break, Elliot Crook and Louie Parish made some good runs but were unlucky not to break the deadlock. RKS took the lead however midway through this first half, taking their chance well at the near post. Wyrley defended well for the rest of the half and just couldn’t find an equalising goal. The second half and Wyrley had to harness the advantage of the strong wind. The final ball wasn’t easy to find but United began to see a lot more possession and start to put the RKS goal under siege, A speculative Tom Peacock effort from distance tested the keeper, constant pressure saw United win several corners but this time around the deliveries just failed to trouble RKS. Eventually the RKS defence cracked and Lewis Hall was on hand to bring United level. RKS to their credit came back at Wyrley and within a few minutes regained the lead, But this United team don’t stop playing until the final whistle and after some good play by Sam Foreman, Tom Wheeldon brought United level with a minute to spare. Wyrley man of the match was Damian Powell.

Keep up the hard work boys you are credit to this team and Wyrley FC.

 

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    Jason Peacock

    Great Spirit to come back again lads, you really never know when you are beaten and got a deserved draw today against the league leaders. Very Proud of keep up the good work!!

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