A good match was played as Wyrley Tigers faced Tipton Town Harriers at Cheslyn Hay on Sunday 4th October.
With what appeared to be a fairly even match, some great saves were made by Wyrley Tigers Goalkeeper Matthew Gallear.
As Brogan Wilshire broke free in the first half with a great run the match certainly looked set to be lively.
Unfortunately Wyrley Tigers couldn’t quite hold back the Tipton Town Harriers as they scored their first goal, in the first half.
Some excellent defence by Elliott Tibbs stopped the Harriers taking a bigger lead and the Tigers ended the first half 1 – 0 down.
The second half saw the Tigers come out with plenty of fighting spirit and after an unlucky goal attempt by Elliott Tibbs, Ryan Wood seized the opportunity and scored on the rebound.
A good match played by both teams with the result ending in a 1 – 1 draw.

Wyrley Tigers Under 7’s v Ashmore Park Rangers

Wyrley Tigers had good possession during the first half of their match against Ashmore Park Rangers at Cheslyn Hay on Sunday 4th October. With Ashmore Park playing well they were not going to give in easily and scored 2 goals against the Tigers during the first half. With Ryan Wood scoring for the Tigers during the first half a tight second half looked promising. There was no stopping Connor Lloyd as he weaved passed the Ashmore Park defence to score the equalizing goal of the match with the final score being a 2 – 2 draw.

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Watched both games boys – great battling to get back into both games – well done!

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