Was it the rousing rally cry that prompted this weekends performance from the Meerkats or did they each have 3 Shredded Wheat for their breakfast? Whatever it was, it worked a treat………………………………

11 Meerkats turned up for the game against Lea Hall and ultimately turned into 11 warriors prior to the kick off.

The transformation from last weeks lack lustre performance was immense. From front to back the girls showed resolve, tenacity, guile and industry.

4 goals from Chloe ‘Sonic’ Venables and a brace from Eloise ‘The Engine’ Yates supported from all areas of the field.

We were too much for Lea Hall to cope with! Too fast, too strong, too skilful basically too good.

Lea Hall 0 v Wyrley Meerkats 6


Once I get rid of the linesman flag I will have the ability to take notes for a more detailed report, please be patient.


For a performance of mesmeric proportions the managers player and parents player was awarded to Eloise ‘The Engine’ Yates.




Lets go again against Stafford Lionesses next week РWe owe them one!


#Proud to be a Meerkat


4 comments for this article:
  1. avatar

    Great team performance girls!!
    This has now set the standard needed for the last four games, starting with Stafford on Saturday.
    Also, well done parents and Joe for extending the respect campaign by selling hot drinks, at a ridiculously low price, to the LeaHall parents throughout the game (supplied by Meerkat Catering Services)

  2. avatar

    Well done girls!!! Great performance yet again keep it up.
    Drinks will be on Sale every week from now on. Also with free biscuits talk about pushing the boat out.

  3. avatar

    Can’t you look at providing bacon and sausage sandwiches and maybe prawn ones for Dave!!!!

  4. avatar

    I’ll just get me a burger van & take it 2 all the matches. Just let me no when your ready to donate & I’ll be on to it haha!!!

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