This week saw the Warriors back at Walsall where they played two games.  Unfortunately a training injury prevented a full turn out.

Against Sutton United Pumas in our first match  Wyrley began well, pushing forward and putting pressure on the opposition but in return Cole had to make three good saves. Lewis made a good run but eventually it was Jack who was able to break clear of the opposition and score the first goal. He followed this up with two near misses. Unfortunately after a bit of a scramble around the Wyrley goal ,Sutton levelled the score. However the Warriors were up against a skilful team whose good positioning led to their second goal.

In the second half Harry,Isaac and Cole and piled on the pressure and Sutton could only manage to hit the post. Isaac immediately replied with his first goal of the season. However a late goal clinched it for Sutton.

Our second match against Four Oaks Rams turned into a goal fest. Lessons learned in training shocked Four Oaks into submission. Immediately after the kick off Carter passed to Hayden who broke away and scored the Warriors first goal. Things appeared a little more even after the Rams scored from a corner but Carter defended  well and made an excellent pass to Harry who scored his first goal. Before Four Oaks had time to regroup Harry,Hayden and Isaac scored again. Minutes later, Hayden powered his third into the net. A great first half.

After the break Four Oaks came out with a changed team. The defence worked hard to contain this new threat and Lewis had plenty to do in goal. Four Oaks were only able to grab two goals before Alfie amazed us all with a fantastic goal scored from the halfway line. This was an excellent performance from Warriors showing how good passing and defending wins games. Carter and Alfie received man of the match awards.

Rob Smith

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