Tipton had the lions share of the play with the wind behind them in the first half, but the Wyrley defence were more than a match for them, Tom Rowlands, Tom Peacock and Harry Simkin working hard to keep Tipton to mainly long range efforts on goal. Tigers pushed forward more in the second half and man of the match  Josh Smith was unlucky not to get rewarded with a penalty after being bundled over in the box late in the second half. 


Fc Premier had the majority of the possession and were perhaps good value for their victory, but Wyrley never gave up, some excellent work in the Wyrley goal from man of the match Harry Simkin keeping Premier at bay, Wyrley did have a couple of attempts at goal but couldn’t find an equaliser.

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