On a cold, wet, windy miserable day Wyrley travelled to Oldbury to play bottom of the league.  Withymoor had only 10 players but  put up a valiant peformance against a Wyrley side that out played them all over the field.  4 mins Lauren cleared the ball, Sophie colleccted and unleashed a strike from outside the box 0-1.  22 mins Emilys corner was eventually tapped home by Shelly 0-2.  25 mins Shellys cross found Sophiein the box for a simple tap in 0-3.  30 mins Leanne slotted home Emilys cross 0-4.  31 mins exactly the same move looked like we had our own replay 0-5.  36 mins Sophie collected the ball rounded the keeper and guided the ball over the line 0-6.  44 mins Kelly W fed a lovely weighted ball through for Leanne to plant past the keeper 0-7.

2 nd half was pretty much a re-run of the 1st, apart from Emily being replaced by Amy.  46 mins Shelly and Sophie combining to make it 0-8.  48 mins Tash unleashed a rocket of a shot which nearly burst the net 0-9.  55 mins Tash smashed another form outside the box 0-10.  61 mins  Sophie snook another  in the net 0-11.  65 mins Leanne claimed her 4th 0-12.  80 mins Cath was brought down in the box and sent the keeper the wrong way with a wonderful penalty 0-13.  85 mins Soph poached her 6th to make a score line of 0-14.  Lauren was rarely pressed into service, Jody, Leah, Kelly W, and Cath held a high line and cancelled out every attacking move by Withymoor.  Ash, Tash, Emily and Shelly were masterful in midfield and Sophie and Leanne were a perfect partnership upfront.  Kelly and Amy both slotted in well in the Wyrley team.

Next week Semi-final of the Ladies Challenge Cup v Stoke at home 1.30 kick off.

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