Wyrley showed their strength in depth after winning against top of the league Hazel Slade, and this with 6 players out.

James Goddard kept his team in the game with 3 excellent saves before Wyrley took the lead mid way through the first half. After some neat interplay between Bourke, Crook & Bradley, the latter found left winger Haydn Nash with a pin point diagonal pass. Nash then beat his full back, advanced into the penalty area and hit a shot that the keeper parried straight back to him. Nash kept his cool to slot home from an acute angle.

Half Time 0-1

Wyrley started the second half well and maintained control for the first 20 minutes or so. With half an hour gone Hazel Slade scored from a corner kick with a far post header from 3 yards. The response was first class; Josh Griffiths picked up the ball just outside the penalty area and played in Matt Moseley who made a yard of space before hitting his shot low to the keepers right to give him no chance.

Hazel struggled to stop their team from going nuts in the latter stages and Wyrley took full advantage as the hard working Kneller dis-possessed the centre back who then brought him down wildly to earn his side their third penalty in 4 games. Josh Griffiths blasted confidently home to give his team a well earned away win.

Team: 4-4-2

Goddard, Bourke, Higgs, Bradley, Rollason, Crook (Bevan), Clayton.M, Nash, Griffiths, Moseley (Clayton.A), Kneller.

Leading scorers: Knellor (5), Moseley (3), Bourke (2), Griffiths (2), Nash (2), Shail.

M.O.M Kneller
D.O.D Griffiths

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