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LICHFIELD JUNIOR YOUTH  SHIELD GROUP B

MATCH REPORT 11/03/12

 WYRLEY JUNIORS UNITED 6 v 1 CASTLE VALE RKS

   United possibly put in their best team performance so far this season, there were many unselfish performances today and because of this United had the ability to create many chances and win the game emphatically, However RKS started the game well, and maybe could have took the lead, Tom Peacock cleared off the line well from a corner and Kieran Haworth-Thomas last minute tackle also kept the busy RKS team at bay. A clearance from United was the source of their first goal, the ball was met well by the excellent Tom Wheeldon he turned and the advancing keeper blocked his shot but unfortunately the ball fell to Sam Foreman whose first time shot cleared the RKS keeper and beyond the RKS defender standing on the goal line to put United 1 up. RKS almost immediately equalised, finding some space inside the United box and despatching their shot well into the bottom corner of the net. United responded well and some great forward play saw Louie Parish finish superbly twice to put United 3-1 up at half time. With the wind at their backs United continued to put pressure on the RKS goal, Some good approach play from United’s man of the match Sam Foreman found Wheeldon to hit United’s fourth, Wheeldon continued to work hard and won United a penalty, which was superbly executed by Elliot Crook. United went onto to add a sixth when a great through ball by Foreman found Chase Allen who coolly lobbed the advancing keeper to complete the rout.

2 comments for this article:
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    Jason Peacock

    Great performance lads, shows how far we have come this season. Very proud of you, let’s keep it up until the end of the season and finish on a high

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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    2 good wins for ‘United’ this weekend!!

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