Wyrley Pumas 5 – Brownhills 0

What a start to the beginning of the season.  What a fantastic match today.  The team showed how strong they are and all played giving it 100%.  The first goal was put in the back of the net by Emily Aldridge – well done to Emily as this was only her second match.   The second goal was nicely done by Olivia -well done Olivia.  The third goal was scored by Sian who then ran back down the pitch with an enormous smile on her face – well done Sian .  The whistle blew for half time for a much needed drink.  Second half Dannie (Bully) thundered the fourth goal into the net – well done Dannie,  It seemed that Brownhills had upped their game but there were not getting through our defences.  Chloe Williams and Perse defended with all their strength chasing that ball and if in doubt were kicking it out along with the help from Beckie who appeared from no-where to make sure the ball went back down the other end – well done to our defenders.  Chloe (goalkeeper) looked a little bored today,  we think she only touched the ball twice, when the team were warming down she had a run to warm up.   The defence down the middle with Dannie (Bullie) and Chloe (Vinnie) was strong.  Brownhills had no chance in getting through.  Chloe (Vinnie) took a brilliant corner but it bounced of the pole – what a shame never mind better luck next time.  The last goal was scored by Hannah Ward who had been trying so hard through the whole match and missed by a cats whisker every time.  Hannah won parents player and managers player – well done Hannah.

Well done Pumas to all of you – keep going – we can do this

commiserations to Brownhills who gave it 100% too – well done girls

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