Walsall Wood victory is a Pershore thing

Images and captions Kindly supplied by the young David Evans.

Yesterday (Saturday 14th April 2018) Walsall Wood FC travelled down the motorway to the King George Playing Field Ground to face Pershore Town – and continued their run of goof form, beating the visitors decisively four nil.

David Evans was there to witness a great match, and wrote:

Pershore Town 1 v 7 Walsall Wood

A superb display of smooth, controlled  soccer again by Walsall Wood rejoicing at playing on real, lush grass.

Pershore tried hard but, in all honesty, were outplayed for nearly all of the match, and in every department, too. There was very little frustration or petulance shown in the face of the mighty Wood soccer machine in full steam, but the good crowd of home and away supporters were treated to some masterly football, including an overhead scissor kick/goal by one of the Wood team.

Look out, Ronaldo, kid.

Thanks to David for the report and pictures!

Meanwhile, on Tuesday last (10th April 2018), Walsall Wood FC faced Coventry Copsewood at Oak Park: In very poor conditions, Walsall Wood beat the visitors 6-0.

Russell Smith from the wonderful The-Wood.TV posted this first half video on their YouTube channel and said:

First half goals – fog and rain made the second half very difficult to film and the image not good enough to post final result 6-0.



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