Fantastic effort today from all the young Wyrley Junior Warriors, in their games against Cresswell Wanderers and Old
Wulfrunians Cubs.

In match 1 we played some super football, great to see the lads putting together some lovely passing moves, becoming more aware of their team mates positions, looking to support each other when going forward.

A massive shout out to Alfie Jones for pulling on the number 1 jersey and being our first keeper of the for the day and then for his man of the match defensive performance in game 2.

In a game were the Warriors had most of the possession we saw some amazing runs from Isaac Lewis one of which resulted in a well deserved goal! Harry Barrett today was full of running for his team and worked his socks off, his quality performance was rewarded with the man of the match for game 1.

Cresswell’s keeper pulled off some great saves to deny efforts from Hayden Smith and Cole Salmon, who again both put in a solid shift for the Warriors. Jake Scott showed his adaptability demonstrating some sweet touches playing in midfield for match 1 then unbeatable in goal for game 2.

Match 2 saw a superb Lewis Gandy effort beat the keeper, only to rocket off the crossbar and a Cole Salmon free kick narrowly missing the upright only to be rewarded shortly after by a cracking goal. A clean sheet was kept due to a masterclass in defending from Carter Bentley in the second half and Jack Richardson was yet again the rock of midfield with his charging runs forward and big tackles tracking back!

Great to see you embracing the club motto to ‘compete and enjoy’ Well done Warriors!

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