Stoke City Ladies Reserves  0  Wyrley Ladies Reserves  0

Wyrley put in an impressive performance against top of the league Stoke City, this was the first time Stoke have not scored this season which shows strength and quality in Wyrley’s defence. For the First 15 minutes Wyrley played with 10 players and held their own until Tash Lilly arrived to make 11. The game seemed even with both sides pressing forward and creating chances. Once again Jody Richards was in prime form in defence helped by Kirsty Watkins,  Steph Taylor and Emily King. Having Chelsea, Vikki, Ashleigh, Lauri and Liv missing enabled Rachel Hall to make her debut  moving up from our u16’s  team. The second half started and Wyrley had 3 clear cut chances to score, Kelly Isaac’s just slicing the post twice and a brilliant through ball from Kelly Highman saw Rachel Hall burst through the offside trap only to see her shot also hit the post. Good movement from Mary Chandler who went on numerous runs at the Stoke defence, also seeing Leanne Mitchell firing a shot from outside the area pushed round the post from the Stoke keeper. At the other end Lauren Cresswell in goal pulled off a couple of good saves from  close range. Rachel Hall almost gave Wyrley the win in the last few minutes after winning a header on the edge of the box and race through only to see her effort slice the post again.

Well done girls another great performance

Final Score 0 – 0 which keeps us in the hunt for the league title still.

Player of the Match – Rachel Hall & Steph Taylor

NEXT MATCH Sunday 22nd February away to Stafford Town Ladies Reserves

2pm kick off meet no later than 12.30 at Harrisons. Please Ring early to confirm you ar ok with Steve

Venue – Wildwood Park, Stafford

Wildwood Park

                                                       Off Wildwood Drive


                                                       Off Cannock Rd      download Big movie Impact Point film

First Sunday film

                                                        Stafford The Trojan Horse film

                                                        ST17 4RA

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Great result girls – well done!

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