Wyrley Panthers v Brewood

Brewood, who were beaten soundly by the Panthers the previous week, were out for revenge this week and were up for it from the beginning.

The match was very close and there were few clear-cut chances. However, Brewood scored through a superb individual effort from their striker, who swivelled some-way from goal and hit a fierce strike into the corner of the net.

The Panthers bravely tried to get themselves back into the game but the ball just would not land for them. They were unlucky when a brilliant passing move down the right-hand side culminated in an opportunity for Ben ‘Whizza’ Herrington but his effort rebounded back off the underside of the crossbar but bounced away from the goal.

Brewood deserved their luck and held onto their victory.

Wyrley! Panthers v Ashmore Park Rangers

The Panthers picked themselves up from their earlier disappointment and dealt with it by winning their next game which is all their coaches could ask of them.

The match was another close affair with both teams attacking each other.

The stalemate was broken by another goal from Ben ‘Whizza’ Herrington who moved up front following an early injury to Ashton ‘Goals’ Cooper.

Panthers increased their lead when George Whitehouse was felled in the area and he dusted himself off to rocket the resulting penalty kick into the top corner.

The third goal was an absolute screamer from goalkeeper Lewis ‘the Cat’ Rochelle, who played this particular game in defence. Lewis picked the ball up on the half-way line before taking it a few yards and driving it into the top corner.

The result was no more that the Panthers deserved following some solid defending from Sam ‘Scotty’ Scott at the back and some adventurous forward play from Rio Parkes-Mahoney in particular.

Man of the matches were awarded to Lewis ‘the Cat’ Rochelle for his wonder strike and Sam ‘Scotty’ Scott for his defending. An endeavour award went to Rio Parkes-Mahoney for his hold up play near the end of the game.

Well done boys!

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