In the windy conditions, passing football was never going to feature as Wyrley produced a steady performance to make it 9 points out of 9.
Hayley Turner scored after 10 seconds, despatching a shot into the net past the advancing keeper. Jemma Clews had a fine game, causing problems down the right and doubled Wyrley’s lead with a fierce shot from outside the box. The defence of Leah Fanning, Emily Downes, Saff Hicken and the excellent Amy Marshall kept their third successive clean sheet, with Nia Jay rarely troubled. Half time 2 0.
With the wind at their backs, Wyrley dominated the second half with Rachel Hall having a number of chances to open her account, and Laura Cumberledge using her pace down the left. Beth Crook and Cath Davis worked hard in midfield. Hayley Turner scored her second and Emily Quimby scored one from distance and her second a cool side foot into the corner. Clews scored her second – again a screamer from outside the box to make it 8 for the season. Nad Bunce scored the seventh chesting home from a ball from Clews.

A solid performance girls, despite the conditions spoiling the flow of the game.

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