United played their first game in this year’s shield against a quality and organised Chase Athletic side, however Wyrley more than played their part in this encounter and got off to a terrific start, after weathering some early pressure Wyrley began to get a bit more possession, A hand ball on the edge of the box by an unlucky Chase defender gave Sam Foreman an opportunity to open Wyrley’s account and he duly abliged, slotting his kick just wide of the keepers left hand. A few minutes later,  another Foreman free-kick was spilled by the Chase keeper and Tom Peacock followed up well to make it 2-0 to United. Chase raised their game a little from this point on and it must be said took their chances well when they arose, two excellent strikes bringing Chase level just before half time. Chase started the second half brightly and with United under pressure a miscued clearance by Wyrley gave Chase the lead by virtue of an own goal. A further two half chances were snapped up by Chase to run out 5 – 2 winners  but there were some good consistant performances from a few Wyrley players today however United’s  man of the match  was Jack Addison for his excellent play in the United goal.

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