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A draw was a fair result but Wyrley will be disappointed with the result.

Wyrley had the better of the early exchanges with the best chance falling to Dan Bourke who beat a player for pace in the box but his well hit effort smahed against the Nags bar.

Wyrley took the lead when a quick free kick from Mark Whitehouse picked up the well made run by Nigel Crook whose header was only parried by ex Wryley man Jame Walker for Crook to side foot home the rebound.

Nags had several long balls & corners which were all well dealt with by Andy Clayton, Ashley Gunn and keeper James Goddard as Wyrley allowed Nags too much time on the ball.

Nags started the second half better and equalised with a super long range effort that gave Goddard no chance.

There were very few clear chances throughout the game. Nags had one effort from outside the box which Goddard saved but others that came fell to Wyrley as they finished the match stronger.

Mikey Clayton had a well hit shot from 30 yards tipped round the post. Nathan Reeves had his right foot effort saved by the feet of Walker and another overhead kick that went just over the bar. Josh Griffiths met Dan Bourke’s cross but headed over from close range.     

Team: 4-4-2
Goddard, Wright (Lawrie), Clayton (A), Gunn, Crook (Waclawski), Clayton (M) (Reeves), Whitehouse, Bourke, Brown, Griffiths, Shail Subs: Moseley.

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