Against a team 4 divisions higher and fielding many of the Wyrley Saturday Mens team, the lads can be very pleased with their performance with the result in the end flattering the Ascot.
Wyrley started the game at a high tempo with some great attacking play, but could only muster long distance scoring opportunities from the lively debutant Adam Green. Ascot had the better chances in the opening half hour, one of which brought an excellent save from another debutant Adam Dennant.
However Wyrley took the lead as the half drew to a close as the Ascot keeper tried to play the ball out to his left back, Adam Green stole possession, progressed into the penalty area and crossed for yet another debutant Liam Faherty to arrive late and smash the ball left footed beyond an embarrassed keeper.
Within minutes Ascot were awarded a dubious penalty as Andy Clayton was adjudged to have pulled back the center forward and Chris Fowler put away the spot kick with great confidence. Half time 1-1.
Ascot took the lead, after a Wyrley attack broke down when the ref played an advantage when a free kick would have been more favourable. But fair play to Ascot, it was a good move and clinical finish.
A hopeful ball played through the middle was chased down by debutant James Arnold as the keeper came off his line and as the ball rebounded off the keeper Sam stroked the ball into an empty net for his first goal for the club.
Wyrley tired, and with 4 players off injured were unable to bring on fresh legs. Ascot took advantage and used the ball well to strike home 3 goals in the last 20 minutes, despite the best efforts of Dennant who had an excellent game.
Wyrley can now look forward with confidence to their cup game next week against Five Ways at Heath Hayes FC.
Dennant, Durbin, Clayton.A, Whitehouse, Wright, Higgs, Garbett, Clayton.M, Fletcher, Faherty, Green.
Subs: Moseley (Fletcher), Andy (Durbin), Arnold (Clayton. M), Burkett (Wright).Eraser The Object of My Affection psp