Match Preview: County Youth U15 Sunday Cup

George Lawrence
County Youth U15 Sunday Cup @ Rushall Olympic, Tuesday 21st March

The County Youth U15 Sunday Cup

  • Four Oaks vs Wryley Juniors Roma
  • Tuesday 21st March - 7:00pm
  • Rushall Olympic, Daw End, Walsall WS4 1LJ
  • Adults £4.00 / Concession £2.00 / U16s Free

Four Oaks
Four Oaks Tornadoes were founded in 2013 by a group of 5-year-olds at Coppice Primary School to create a youth football club. With a 1/3 of the original squad still remaining a part of the club with the same Manger and coaching staff. Originally started as a 5-a-side team in the Lichfield League they then moved to the Walsall Central Youth League, becoming champions multiple times. 2019 saw them move into their own ground thanks to their chairman. 2020 saw Four Oaks join the Central Warwickshire Premier League, a team that saw great cup runs in the County, League and Open Cup. However the club are currently seated in 7th after only playing four, leaving them with 14 games left and the opportunity to climb the table and end the season with a top half finish and domestic cup. Four Oaks are built on hard work, dedication and teamwork, the teams is constantly growing and has a bright future. One they’re hoping has some silverware in the near future.

Four Oaks’ Route To The Final
The 1st Round saw Four Oaks visit Npv Football Academy U15 and though they conceded one, Four Oaks put six past Npv. The 2nd Round again the away side as Four Oaks travelled to Lea Hall Youth U15 and Oaks won 2-0. Yet another away tie this time to Burntwood Dragons and Four Oaks won 3-0. A 4th Round trip to Newcastle Town saw Four Oaks score six again, this time to no reply. In their Quarter final Butt Lane White Star played hosts as Four Oaks won 2-0. Into the Semi-Final and Four Oaks earn a 2-1 win away at Chasetown Youth, putting them into the Final one step closer to Silverware for the boys in green under Manager Darren Turner and Coaches Roy Woolley and Cristian de Zan.

Wyrley Juniors
After being founded in 1980 they have been seen as one of the top youth football clubs in the region and being committed to their mission of providing a safe, fun and supportive environment. They have a large range of teams from U7s to U18s for all genders, playing in multiple leagues including the Walsall Junior Youth League. Ran by volunteers, this dedicated club prides itself on the opportunity it gives to young players with their range of facilities with two full-sized grass pitches, two mini pitches and a clubhouse. The club has a great commitment to inclusivity regardless of backgrounds or abilities. In addition, the team in this final have become League One champions back to back twice for the U15s. Wryley Juniors is a club that’s committed to promoting fair play, respect and sportsmanship. With players being encouraged to show these values off and on the pitch, being ambassadors for the football club. Wryley Juniors will be wanting to add to their impressive amount of silverware.

Wyrley Juniors’ Route To The Final
Wryley Juniors began their campaign in the 2nd round against AFC Willenhall (home walkover), having received a bye in the 1st. The 3rd Round saw Wryley Juniors as the visitors to Burntwood Dragons and left with a 3-0 win. 4th Round another away day for Wryley, this time travelling to Cheadle S.M.U Red, Wryley came away with a 2-1 victory seeing them go through to the Quarter finals. In to the Quarters Wyrley Juniors played host to Milton United and won 2-1 seeing them through to the Semi-finals. In the Semi-finals Wryley Juniors Roma drew 2-2 against Milford Athletic Dynamos, and it took penalties to split the teams - Wryley Juniors edged it 5-4 booking themselves into the Final. Wyrley Juniors will be hoping to add to their trophy cabinet this season and continue showing how good the oranges are at this level under Manager Adam Banks and coaches Scott Pursall and Rich Park.

Match Officials
Referee: Brad Richards
Assistant Referee: Oscar Wyton
Assistant Referee: Leo Conway
4th Official: Neil Hancox

Match Programme
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