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Unlucky for some 13.  Unlucky for Withymoor who were unfortunate to only have 10 players against a Wyrley side that has been been scoring in every game this season.  Wyrley started well and had several shots both on and off target before eventually opening the scoring on 15 mins, Emily’s corner came back out and she belted it left footed from a tight angle past the brave keeper 1-0.  18 mins Sophie picked up the ball in the box and smashed it home 2-0.  25 mins Leanne with a 40 yard bicycle kick 3-0.  30 mins Withymoor who had not given up sent a long ball over the top and left Lauren standing with a fierce shot 3-1.  35 mins Leanne collected Vikki’s cross and chipped the keeper 4-1.  Withymoor continued to press and caused a few problems for Jody, Ash, Kirsty and Cath in defence.  Hayley T was unlucky not to add to the goals with her continued bursts of speed down the wing.

Vikki was replaced by Jemma and Hayley T by Hayley B.  46 mins Ash battled through and slotted home 5-1.  51 mins Sophie got her 2nd 6-1.  52 mins Jemma’s sweet shot fooled the keeper 7-1.  55 mins Leanne with her hat trick 8-1.  70 mins Leanne got her 4th 9-1.  80 mins Shelly made her shot count 10-1, we wont tell you how many didn’t.  83 mins Leanne with a bullet header from Emily’s corner 11-1.  86 mins Leanne ran 70 yards and slotted in for her 6th 12-1.  87 mins Kirsty finally netted after coming up for every corner, 13-1.

Withymoor should be applauded for continuing to attack and play the game.  Their keeper was forced to make some routine saves and some spectacular saves.  Now while some of the goals described above sound a bit far fetched,  (descriptions were from goal scorers) I am assured that each player firmly believes that that is the way it happened.  Rose tinted glasses are available for all spectators next week.

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