What a turnaround from last week, great weather and an outstanding performance from all the Wyrley Junior Warriors.

We played our two games against, Lane Head Magpies and Tipton Town. Plenty of goal mouth action in a nail biting hour of great football. As always our support today was amazing it’s great to look up across the pitch and see all our supporters cheering on the Warriors.

My first shout out goes to Carter. It was fantastic to see him score his first match day goal for the Warriors, very well deserved, I’m sure he will be talking about it all week!

Solid performance from Alfie with some lovely passing out of defence, think we have our very own Rory Delap with Alfies huge throw ins catching out the opposition.

Harry today was on fire, full of confidence, all over the pitch, putting in great shift scoring one of the best goals I’ve ever seen on a Sunday morning.

Isaac was outstanding as always his silky skills and quick feet amazing turns and some lovely passing.

Hayden was full of hard work closing down players, a proper team player he got his fully deserved goal.

Cole the goal, yet again smashing in the goals, how many is that for the season? It’s getting hard to keep count.

Jake showed some real composure on the ball, demonstrating some world class skill in some tight positions, scoring a cracking goal.

Lewis as always putting in a solid performance, Mr Dependable, with cracking attitude. Sharp on the counter attack but helping out at the back too when needed.

Jack was on fine form too, left foot, right foot it doesn’t mater, those goals keep coming.

It’s great to see that all the Warriors hard work is paying off, really enjoying there football getting stronger each week working together as a team. Well done lads.

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