The game started of slow, but soon picked up after 10-15 mins once Ryan Middleton opened the game up by making it 1-0, not so long after Norton grabbed an equaliser, the game was close up to half time but going into the break the score line was 1-1.

The second half Wyrley Youth got off to a great start by grabbing two goals within quick succesion by Keiran Wellington. After 5mins Norton grabbed one back but were still pushing really hard for an equaliser untill finally it came, 3-3 was the score by this time but Norton didn’t stop there. They caught Wyrley on the break and grabbed one more goal to make it 4-3. Wyrley never gave up and with one minute to go Liam Hunt took a shot from the half way and it bounced over the goalkeeper to make it 4-4 and to go to extra-time.

Wyrley were slow to stat in extra time but worked hard to keep out Norton, but Wyrley were just as quick on the counter attack to pressure the Norton defence. After the extra time break it was end to end stuff none stop as both teams were going for the win. It finally paid of for Norton with a couple of minutes to go they scored to make it 5-4. After the goal Wyrley went all out for the win with a massive amount of pressure but it wasn’t enough as the referee blew for the final whistle and the game ended with Norton Canes winning 5-4 after extra time.

A stunning performance from both Jake Edmonds in goal, and Nathaniel Burt at right back, which earned them both men of the match.

2 comments for this article:
  1. avatar

    WELL PLAYED ALL. You all showed your worth. Keep up the good work and it will pay off in the long run.

  2. avatar

    Great performance lads. Despite losing you played really well and did deserve to win this game today. Keep your chins up and onto next week! 😉

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