Wyrley Panthers v Lanehead Tigers Friendly Match
The boys were without their posse of coaches as they were obtaining their coaching badges. They did not seem to miss them with two good performances. They started slowly and were a yard off their usual pace and despite being in control looked exposed at the back when midfielders did not track their men back.
This changed in the second half and the Panthers looked brighter and created numerous chances. However, despite their dominance they found it difficult to breakdown a resolute Tigers defence. Ben Herrington hit the post and missed a one-on-one chance and George Whitehouse had a long-range effort saved. The game changed when Ben Maginness came on for the injured Sam Scott and scored with his first touch. Man of the Match was awarded to the lively Louis Beesley.

Wyrley Panthers v Bloxwich Rangers Friendly Match
The Panthers were in control of this game the moment it kicked off and controlled the whole of the first half. Chances were aplenty and Ashton Cooper went close on a number of occasions following good crosses from Sam Scott and Ben Maginness. The second half finished with a further goal from Ben Maginess.
In the second half the Panthers picked up where they left off and continued to create opportunities. It wasn’t long before Man of the Match Lucas ‘the tackle’ Tibbs got on the scoresheet with another rasping effort. Josh Reynolds nearly broke his scoring duck when his effort was saved, only for the rebound to drop to Ashton ‘goals’ Cooper to force the ball home. Another solid performance by the boys, well done!

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