Today in week 5 we kicked off at a new time of 10.00 at Shelfield sports academy against Bloxwich Rangers whom we have played 3 times before. With the tournament kicking off next week we really needed a good performance to get back to what we do best and this is exactly what the pumas did. We started the game off well with a new strategy of sharing the goalkeeping responsibilities to our Joey Plimmer and Karam Poonian who are absolutely outstanding in-between the sticks and also as outfield players. As the Game went on we were all level at the break and thought here we go again but some magic from Bray Makin got the game flowing. They were so unlucky in this game but can be proud of the teamwork shown.

Goal Scorers – Bray Makin

Man of the Match – Joey Plimmer


Our Second Game of the day was against Lane Head Pumas which was an excellent show of team work and how a group of 6 and 7 year olds can work together in all aspects of defending and also attacking as a unit. We had great tackles from Joey Plimmer, great footwork from Charlie Ashley Footes and the most unluckiest lad of the day James Evans hitting everything but the net more than once. With William Dorricott being very quiet for about 5 minutes I think he woke up and caused chaos with 2 goals in quick succession.

We look forward to the start of the tournament next week and hopefully keep the flow of the great football and bring home a trophy.

Goal scorers – James Evans -1 , Charlie Ashlie Footes -3, William Dorricott – 2, Joey Plimmer -1,

Man of the Match – Charlie Ashley Footes

On Friday night we will be representing Wyrley Juniors at the England U21 game at the molineux fully kitted out in our new wyrley juniors tracksuits supplied by Vesey UK Limited.

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