Wyrley continued their superb early season form with another dominant performance.
A tremendous early strike from 40 yards our from Emily Quimby set the tone for the rest of the game. Jemma Clews scored two first half goals from out side the box, giving the keeper no chance. Hayley Turner beat a couple of defenders on her way into the box before the steering the ball past the advancing keeper. Laura Cumberledge latched onto a loose ball after having two previous attempts well saved. Beth Crook had an excellent game, retreiving the ball on numerous occasions and making simple effective passes. Quimby had a free kick from just outside the box well saved by the Tamworth keeper.
Emily Downes and Leah Fanning had a number of forward runs to support the midfield with Amy Marshall and Saff Hicken joining the forward players as well as clearing up at the back. Cath Davies supported the front two very well. Nia Jay in goal made a great save with her outstretched foot as the half closed.
Rachel Hall came on and made an impact early in the second half by picking up a through ball and using her strength to get clear before clipping the ball home. Cumberledge hit home a rebound effort before Hall scored 2 more to finish off flowing moves to claim her hat trick. Numerous other chances went begging,
Unfortunately, Wyrley conceded their first goal of the season as they searched for more goals, leaving the Tamworth forward too much time to hit home. Clews hit her fourth hat trick goal of the season near the end.
Girls – another extremely powerful performance against opponents who did not give up. Well done!

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