Whether it was complacency, an early start, Rubery playing very well and having a full compliment of players or lethargy – this was not one of Wyrley’s best games with numerous chances spurned.
The game was without a goal for the first 30 minutes despite Wyrley being camped in the Rubery half. Jemma Clews opened the scoring with a fine shot into the top corner. Becky Jones side footed home after fine work from Clews and Laura Cumberledge. Emily Quimby smashed one in from 25 yards to complete the scoreline. Nia Jay saved very well from a 40 yard screamer that she pushed over the bar.
Many thanks to John Smith and his girls – we have had a fine relationship with Rubery over the years and we wish them well at open Age.

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