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LICHFIELD JUNIOR YOUTH LEAGUE  DIVISION 4 SHIELD

MATCH REPORT 03/02/13

FOUR OAKS SAINTS COLTS 0 v 5 WYRLEY JUNIORS UNITED

 

United competed well during this game and were determined to keep Four Oaks at bay, Keeping Four Oaks in their own half for an opening period of early pressure, United were rewarded when a Tom Rowlands forward ball was bravely headed by Tom Wheeldon over the advancing keeper and into the Four Oaks net, United kept up the pressure and added their second 5 minutes later, This time a Tom Rowlands forward ball somewhat fortuitously bounced up and over the unlucky Four oaks keeper. Four Oaks to their credit kept their heads up and battled well and breached the United defence on a few occasions but never seriously tested the United keeper, United made it three nil just before half time when Zak Hallett calmly rounded the keeper to put the ball into the empty net. The second half began and the pattern of possession continued to go Wyrley’s way, United got the ball down and played some good passing football, not long after the start of the second half some good work by man of the match Wheeldon saw his pass calmly forced home by the impressive Hallett. Wyrley then had a few half chances but failed to work the keeper sufficiently, Four Oaks gifted United their fifth when the unfortunate keeper’s clearance fell to Louie Parish who calmly lobbed him from 25 yards.

Goals:- Wheeldon 2mins,

Rowlands 7mins

Hallett      28mins, 33mins

Parish       50mins.

1 comment for this article:
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    Simon Steptoe

    Well done lads keep it going!!!

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