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LICHFIELD JUNIOR YOUTH LEAGUE U12’s Division 2

MATCH REPORT 14/04/2013

SHELFIELD UNITED 0 v 3 WYRLEY JUNIORS UNITED

Wyrley began this game on the front foot and were helped along by a very strong cross wind. The conditions didn’t make the game particularly flowing but Wyrley had several chances to open their account in the first quarter of this match, Tom Wheeldon went close to scoring and Elliot Crook saw his long range effort parried onto the crossbar by the reliable Shelfield keeper, he managed further stops until Wheeldon broke clear on the right and beat him just inside the near post to open Wyrley’s account. The game had quite a few untidy spells as both teams battled the elements, however Wheeldon latched onto a Sam Foreman pass down the left, then coolly found the corner of the net to put Wyrley 2 up. Half time came and Wyrley knew that Shelfield would throw a lot of players forward to try to reduce the deficit. Wyrley though were always a threat on the break, again man of the match Wheeldon raced clear down the left, the Shelfiled keeper left his line quickly but Wheeldon calmly chipped the ball into the corner of the net to claim his hat-trick and also put Wyrley 3 up. A number of Wyrley substitutions were made and the hardworking  Louie Parish and Lewis Hill could have stretched Wyrley’s lead further but their efforts were just wide of the mark. Wyrley defended well during the last ten minutes and held onto their clean sheet.

The team put in a great effort today, the back line were pretty solid and Sam,Callum,Jack,Tom,Kieran and Jake deserve a mention for their discipline. The midfield of Tom,Sam,Liam,Elliot,Kieran H, Lewis and Alex each had their moments too, and Zak, Tom and Louie all lead the line well.

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