The long awaited start of the season was here and the sun glared down as the under 10’s Wyrley Pumas started their footballing journey. Playing away to Brownhills Colts who to their credit had a full 12 months under their belt which in the 1st half reflected the scoreline (5-0). In the second half there was some fine displays from the newly formed Pumas, with some excellent work from the players the team started to gel in the 1st 10 minutes, a much improved defensive display and a fine solo goal from Chloe Birch. Player of the match Maisie Smith delivered a fine display in defence. Whilst the colts managed a further 2 goals in the 2nd half, the Pumas goalkeeper Libby Thornley made some fantastic stops to demonstrate to the manager her worth between the posts. Whilst the final score was 7-1 to the Colts, Wyrley Pumas demonstrated glimpses of what the will go on to achieve with further games. The team oozed passion as did the fantastic support from friends and family on the sidelines. Overall the Pumas have laid down a pretty solid foundation to build from in coming weeks, which I am sure will be reflected in future results.

James Babb

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