Game 1 vs Brownhills Comm White

Wyrley Pumas marched back to the top of Group E in the Pouring Down rain with some of the best possession of a football I’ve seen this season or possibly ever from 6 & 7 year olds at Sp K Willenhalls 4g Centre.

With 4 Games gone in Group E and a Goal Difference of +32 the Pumas are most definitely on course for their 1st trophy of the season as well as a team with 1 Game left to play.

15 Goals divided throughout the pumas ensured a high scoring victory but not looking at the score line there were absolute crackers from Bray Makin while also great goals from a passing prospective with Charlie Ashley Footes, James Evans, William Dorricott, Joey Plimmer and Karam Poonian all looking like future superstars, We can all agree as puma parents that the retreat rule is excellent with our Cat between the sticks and Club Captain Robert playing his part in possession Football.

During the Game the Pumas worked extra hard as a unit and worked up and down the pitch with ease. The enjoyment and passion throughout is starting to show with team bonding and great workmanship taking main priority

Goal scorers – Charlie Ashley Footes -6, James Evans -6, Bray Makin -1, Joey Plimmer 1, William Dorricott – 1.

Man of the match             –              Joey Plimmer


Game 2 vs Pelsall Villa

Not Much can be said about the above fixture as we carried on excellently from the previous game and we can’t wait for next week to continue our great season and see the kids smiles during the 40 minutes they get to play

Goal Scorers – Charlie Ashley Footes 4, Bray Makin 2, Joey Plimmer 1, William Dorricott 1.

Man of the Match – Charlie Ashley Footes.

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