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Wyrley completed a maximum haul from October with an emphatic victory against The Dog in round 2 of the Sam Kimberley Cup.

They took the lead within the first 5 minutes when Luke Shail played in Haydn Nash who advanced and easily beat the keeper. The second came after 15 minutes when Josh Bradley released Luke Shail who played the ball into the path of skipper Dan Bourke who passed the ball into the far corner of the net with supreme accuracy.

Tom Kneller won himself a free kick on the edge of the area and took it himself, beating the keeper with ease to make it 3-0. The fourth was route one football as James Goddard kicked upfield for Dan Bourke to outstrip the right back and calmly slot past the keeper.

Half Time 0-4

The dubious goals committee sat and decided the fifth was an own goal by the keeper. Luke Shail shot tamely from the edge of the area when the better ball was to play in Matthew Higgs. However, the keeper somehow threw the ball between his legs into his own net – bad luck Shailo!

Luke, having a busy game, then hit a shot come cross into the path of Kneller to hit past the keeper. The final goal saw Kneller cut into the box from the right only to be brought down for a clear penalty. Tom picked himself up to score his second hat-rick of the season and make him leading scorer for the season.

Team: 4-5-1

Goddard,  Bevan, Higgs, Bradley, Ashfield, Bourke, Rollason, Clayton.M, Kneller, Shail, Nash.

Leading scorers: Kneller (10), Moseley (8),Bourke (5), Bradley (4), Nash (4), Shail (3), Griffiths (2), Brown, Gunn.

M.O.M Rollason
D.O.D Griffiths

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