Wyrley ran out comfortable winners over Stourbridge after an improved team performance. Wyrley started brightly with Ben Lockley and Jamie Hitchborne combining well with Archie Tonks down the right. Ethan Richardson and Jack Hems were making life difficult for the Stourbridge rearguard with a couple of half chances going begging. Wyrley took the lead with a stunning effort from Haydn Hall who’s free kick thundered in off the cross bar from 30 yards out.
Ben Lockley added a 2nd soon after following a corner from Ethan Richardson and after some resilient defending from Jacob Gwilt and Jack Robinson, it was that man Lockley who claimed the 3rd after good pressure from Ethan saw the ball drop kindly for Ben to steer home on the stroke of half time.
The 2nd half saw Wyrley looking somewhat sluggishly and they had a let off after some sloppy defending but they were soon on the attack again and Jack Hems did well to get to the byline only to be tugged back and the referee rightly pointed to the spot. Jack Hems picked himself up to dispatch the penalty for his 10th goal of the season. Kai Reeve was introduced into the action but Wyrley found themselves on the back foot and Reece Duckers had to be on top form to preserve the clean sheet.Stourbridge enjoyed greater possession but Wyrley are developing as a unit more and more with every game and they fought like lions to deny the home side. Adam Linnell and Kai Reeve had half chances but just failed to make the breakthrough and the game ended with Wyrley preserving their decent start to the season.

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