Wyrley Panthers v Bustleholme FC Friendly Match

In this game the Panthers laid siege to the Bustleholme goal for the entire contest.

However, Bustleholme were resolute and the game was only won by a long-range deflected strike by the thunderbolt himself Ben ‘Whizza’ Herrington.

The chances came and went but the Panthers were never in any trouble at the other end and ran out victors in the first game between the two teams.

Panthers can be pleased with the performance and the effort but should have been more ruthless in front of goal.

Wyrley Panthers v Ashmore Park Rangers Friendly Match

A much tougher game resulted in a tightly fought contest with the Panthers edging the second half of the match and winning 2-1.

APR started the game brightly in the first half and the Panthers were slow to get out of the blocks following a break between the two matches. However, against the run of play the Panthers scored through yet another long-range effort from Ben ‘Whizza’ Herrington.

The lead did not last long, however, as a controversial goal for APR was allowed following a blatant foul on Whizza while he began on another mazy dribble down the left-hand side.

The Panthers hit back in the second-half and began to take a stranglehold on the match. This resulted in a second goal from Whizza, moving in from the left nicely and curling the ball into the top corner.

The Panthers held on to secure another victory and continue their unbeaten run. Again the performance showed the Panthers’ never give up attitude and teamwork to grind out another victory!

Squad today consisted of: Louis Beasley, Sam Scott, George Whitehouse, Josh Reynolds, Rio Parkes-Mahoney, Ben Herrington, Lucas Tibbs, Ben Maginness, Josh Mason and Ashton Cooper.

1 comment for this article:
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    whizzas dad

    Two very different games, but yet again two very positive results. Keep it it Panthers !!!

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