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Wyrley bounced back from their weekend loss with a crushing victory against the Cow.

Being honoured to play at the Long Lane facility & the first team to play on the new pitch, Wyrley took the lead with another solo effort from Matt Moseley who beat several players before smashing the ball high into the top corner beating the keeper at the near post. Wyrley were looking dangerous every time they went forward and deservedly scored again when Nash was upended and Kneller scored from the resulting spot kick.

Cow were well in the game and scored when a free kick, taken on the right hand touch line was swung in well and met decisively by the oncoming striker to head into the roof of the net. Wyrley responded and scored again before half time when Kneller calmly beat the defender and slotted past the keeper.

Cow came out after half time and put a lot of pressure on Wyrley, particularly after scoring a second to make it 3-2. Gunn & Plant coped well, albeit with some luck at times as Wyrley struggled to keep possession for 15 minutes or so. Kneller then completed his hat-rick to make it 5 from 2 games, when he poked the ball past the onrushing keeper.

Wyrley then took control and closed out the game, with Dan Bourke scoring expertly from 25 yards, guiding the ball into the bottom right corner for his first of the season. A well deserved victory.

Team: 4-4-2

Goddard, Bourke, Rollason, Gunn, Plant (Carpenter), Bradley, Shail, Clayton, Nash, Moseley (Crook), Kneller.

Subs: Clayton (A), Bevan, Hollis

Leading scorers: Knellor (5), Moseley (2), Shail, Bourke

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Well done Nigel, Andy and boys!

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