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3 quality goals in 3 minutes towards the end of the first half changed this game as Wyrley quickly got back to winning ways progressing to the semi-final of the League Cup with a deserved victory over last seasons winners.

Lively Luke Shail played a stunning through ball to Josh Griffiths who had made a super diagonal run; Josh took one touch before lifting the ball over the keeper with his left foot. Then the same two players combined again with Josh, whilst lying on the ground, laying the ball back to Luke who shot low into the corner of the net from the edge of the area. The third goal was a great team goal with many passes exchanged before Dan Bourke played the ball into the path of Ashley Gunn to caress the ball into the far corner of the net.

Colliers pulled one back before the break when they slotted home a corner that had been flicked on at the near post.

Half Time 3-1

Wyrley created more clear chances in the second half but only managed to put one away when Luke Shail cut in from the right for Tom Kneller to calmly slot home. An excellent save from the commanding James Goddard when the score was 3-1 was vital.

Team: 4-5-1

Goddard, Carpenter (Bevan), Bourke, Higgs, Bradley, Ashfield, Gunn, Clayton.M (Rollason), Shail, Griffiths, Moseley (Kneller)

Leading scorers: Kneller (14), Moseley (11), Griffiths (10), Nash (9), Bradley (7), Bourke (5), Shail (5), Gunn (2), Brown, Clayton.M.

M.O.M Shail
D.O.D Ashfield

Previous week lost to Bridgetown Social 3-2

Goddard, Carpenter (Bevan), Higgs, Bradley (Clayton), Ashfield, Gunn, Clayton.M, Rollason, Shail, Griffiths, Kneller (Moseley)

M.O.M Goddard
D.O.D Carpenter

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