Wyrley 16s ‘Whites’ ensured that the team captured the Cup for the 4th year in a row with a performance in the final that showed great resilience.

Both the ‘Whites’ and ‘Blacks’ made the semi finals in a tough age group that included 2 teams from Port Vale and the ‘Heath Hayes’ team which was predominantly made up of Stoke Centre of Excellence players. The ‘Blacks’ team, made up of Cath Davis, Amy Marshall, Saffron, Emily Quimby, Charlotte Pritchard, Nad Bunce and Laura Cumberlege went out in the semi final after a 3 – 1 defeat to Heath Hayes.

The  ‘Whites’ team, made up of Nia Jay, Emily Downes, Lottie Howells, Jemma Clews, Rachel Hall, Hayley Turner, Jemma Clews, Beth Crook and Jess Brookes made the final after beating Port Vale Ladies.

The final ended 0 – 0 after extra time, courtesy of a couple of fine saves from Nia Jay. Wyrley had chances early doors with Rachel Hall spurning a simple chance from close range.

Into penalties! Hayley Turner and Beth Crook scored with confidence before Nia Jay pulled off two great saves to secure the cup – again (and again and again and again!!).

Great performances girls from both teams against very strong opposition – you’re equal in quality to any Centre of Excellence team! Many thanks to Eric Jay for managing the Whites team!

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