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Walsall returned from there last ever visit to Gay Meadow with a 2-1 win and the Midland Youth league cup.
Walsall's line up
Walsall (4-4-2)
James McKeown

Richard Taundry
Peter Doran
Tom Schwarz
Netan Sansara

Cameron Jones (Alan Wilkes, 63 min.)
Charlton Davies
Richard Davies (Jamie Silver, 45 min.)
Leon Quarless (Edward Ryan, 92 min.)

Harry Harris
Chris Hanna

Unused Substitutes:-
Joel Skeldon
Dan Schwarz

Mick Halsall's side took the lead after 10 minutes,when Hanna sidefooted home following Quarless's free-kick, on the left. However after 23 minutes Shrewsbury made it 1-1. A harsh penalty after Taundry'S clearence was adjudged to hit Sansara's arm, Daniel Evans scored from the spot-kick. 88 minute it's all over, Doran heads in Charlton Davies's free-kick to seal the victory.

A nice way to wrap up the season, and they bounced back well from the disappointment of losing the play off against Oldham Athletic, 1-2, last week. However they still completed the double of league and cup wins. What a nice way to end a memorable season for the Saddlers.

Also what a nice way to finish our 'history' at Gay Meadow.....a win against the sloppies



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Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Tuesday May 8 2007
Time: 10:07AM

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