Wyrley came up against a physical and organised Coundon side, who took the initiative early on to go 1 up, but as the half wore on Wyrley secured more possession and started to play some attractive football, a Chloe Coldicott shot forced the Coundon keeper to parry the ball across the goal line, although Alicia Baker followed up to make sure. The second half saw Meg Titley and Abi Hall working hard on their respective flanks, but it was Lucy Wells accurate shooting that put Wyrley 2 up. Wyrley began to dominate and both Baker and Wells were unlucky not to score. Baker finished well from close range to score Wyrley’s third, but Wyrley’s man of the match went to Kate Lawton with a excellent display at the heart of the Wyrley defence.

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Good first 3 points girls! Well done!

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