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Wyrley made it 7 points from 9 and consecutive away wins as they deservedly beat Churchill Vic.

The excellent Jay Brown won the first of two penalties which skipper Dan Bourke put away. Before then Josh Griffiths blazed over and Matt Moseley had an effort saved by the keepers legs. Dan Bourke had his free kick turned roun the post.

Wyrley had to battle hard and rode their luck in the first half as they had to deal with a succession of long throws on a narrow pitch and against the wind.

James Goddard made a Gordon Banks like save to get down low to his right and tip a header over the bar. Next he tipped over a shot from outside the area. 

The lead was doubled when Jay Brown took a quick free kick down the left for the ever dangerous Matt Moseley to beat the full back before being fouled inside the box. Dan Bourke smashed home his second pen.

In the second half Wyrley dominated for long spells and played some super football. Matt Moseley scored the third to seal the points.

There were numerous other chances as Churchill struggled to cope with the flowing pace attacks. Opposing keeper pulled off a fine one handed save to tip round Josh Griffiths clever lob. Pav Khera had a long range effort saved. Jon Lawrie hit a fine effort just over from 30 yards.

Churchill had their chances also as the game drew to a close but James Goddard deserved his clean sheet.

Team: 4-4-2
Goddard, Higgs, Clayton (A), Gunn, Crook, Clayton (M) (Waclawski), Bourke, Brown, Griffiths, Moseley (Khera), Shail (Lawrie) Subs: Wright, Reeves.

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