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GREAT BARR HARRIERS 1 v 1 WYRLEY TIGERS

This was a close game with both teams searching for the win, Great Barr were first to score catching the Tigers defence on the back foot. Tigers though responded well and began to get into the game the team trying hard to play some attractive football, A through ball found Sam Foreman clear who then found Ben Southall to tap home to level the score. The second half saw the Tigers secure most of the possession, Southall teed up Duncan Reilly whose shot crossed the line only for the referee to call the play back for an earlier foul, the best move of the match was started by Tom Rowlands who found Tom Peacock his pass put man of the match William Meredith clear on the edge of the box, his fierce shot flying just over the bar.

 WYRLEY TIGERS 2 v 1 HEDNESFORD TOWN

The Tigers took some time to settle in this game, both teams got plenty of possession of the ball but were missing the final pass to create a clear cut chance, So it was a set piece which allowed the Tigers to open their account, A William Meredith corner was met Superbly by Tom Laxton who clipped the ball into the corner of the net. Hednesford then had a corner themselves but the unlucky Laxton headed the ball into his own net. The second half saw Tigers go close through Sam Foreman and Duncan Reilly before Ben Southall won the game for the Tigers with a shot going in off the far post. There was also some exceptional defending late on from William Meredith, Josh Simpson, Brad Clements and man of the match Harry Simkin.

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