Just a short post to congratulate the girls for their hard work and endeavour this weekend, The girls dug deep and worked their socks off to get a point out of this competitive encounter, Not a lot of clear cut chances in this match but Lucy Wells deserves a mention for carving out a couple of opportunities during this game and was despeartely unlucky not to get herself on the scoresheet, Chloe Coldicott hit the bar and was again unlucky, Liz Scoines deputised brilliantly in goal to keep a clean sheet, and there were many positive performances to take forward from this gameĀ into next weeks game, Wyrley man of the match was Hayley Leese who never stopped running during this match.

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