Wyrley Meerkats 5 v Lea Hall 2

Saturday saw the last scheduled fixture of the season and the Meerkats wanted to go out on a high.  We knew elsewhere that the title was being decided and the only thing that we could do was roll our sleeves and get stuck in.  Our opponents were Lea Hall who had significantly improved throughout the season, mainly due to the signing of their #14 who is a class player.

As our regular volunteer linesman was on a ‘knees up’ in Birmingham I had to run the line.  Consequently my report writing will only detail the bare minimum.  Hopefully next season we get a little more support to allow my creative juices to flow.

The girls were given their ‘Cherry’ away shirts that were kindly provided by our sponsors ‘Elite Sails’.  The girls looked a treat and decided as a team to wear them for the final game!

The windy conditions and hard pitch promoted itself to moving the ball quickly and on the ground, a concept the girls finally realised.


5 goals scored by the Meerkats, all were absolute class goals

1 x Chloe ‘Sonic’ Venables

1 x Eloise ‘Engine’ Yates

2 x Mya ‘Magician’ Sidhu

1 x Erin ‘The General’ Waddilove


2 goals conceded via a great lob and the second via  a speculative strike that deceived Skye ‘Loco’ Lee.


All players put in 100% effort!

Both teams congregated in the clubhouse for food and refreshments and a general chit chat.


Managers player awarded to Mya ‘The Magician’ for her wonder strike  – a real beauty of a goal

Parents player awarded to Eloise ‘The Engine’ for her creative play and industry.


Awards evening, Bispham tournament and the Wyrley tournament all up coming events for the Meerkats – lets not lose focus girls.

See you all at training on Tuesday for a productive session!!!!!!


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