Wyrley marched into the Staffs County Cup semi finals courtesy of an excellent team performance against fierce local rivals Walsall Ladies. After taking an early lead through super striker Ellesse Birkett we paid for missing countless chances when Walsall equalised against the run of play ……. but our girls simply upped their game! Unstoppable left winger Jade Squire quickly restored the lead with a delightful chip from the edge of the box and we looked odds on to run away with the game! After halftime however both teams started to find it tough going after a long break and Walsall somehow managed another equaliser …..  but it was only a matter of time before Lessi struck again. It’s our third game against Walsall this season and our third win ….. what a turn around girls from when the teams first started playing football and full credit to everyone of you!! A well deserved win ….  is the draw for the semis at Wembley tomorrow???

Squad: Cara Turner, Lauren Harris, Chloe Matthews, Ellie Deakin, Rian Mullen (Cpt), Jess Arthur, Lara Morris, Laura Avery, Emma Cartwright, Scotty, Emma Stacey, Ellie Mayling, Jade Squire (1), Ellesse Birkett (2), Paige Cartwright, Courtney Moriarty

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    Si Deakin

    Congratulations ladies!.
    After the xmas break, you were not at your best, but then never really had to get out of second gear either!
    The true mark of good sides is when they manage to grind out positive results, even when they’re not at their best. You are quickly developing into such due to TEAM effort and trusting each other’s abilities.
    keep up the good effort ladies!!!!

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