Match Reports: East of England Walking Football Sunday 26th May, 2024

Solihull Moors 3 - 0 Hucknall A

Solihull Moors dominated their match against Hucknall A, securing a comfortable 3-0 victory. Andy Powers opened the scoring with a well-placed shot early in the game. Ricky Perry doubled the lead with a superb finish, and Steve Shorrock sealed the win with a clinical strike. Solihull Moors' defense held firm, preventing Hucknall A from creating any significant chances, ensuring a clean sheet and a strong performance from the team.

Solihull Moors 0 - 0 Loughborough Dynamo

In a tightly contested match, Solihull Moors and Loughborough Dynamo battled to a goalless draw. Both teams displayed strong defensive capabilities, with neither side able to break the deadlock. Solihull Moors had several opportunities to score, but Loughborough's goalkeeper was in fine form, making crucial saves. The match ended with both teams sharing the points, highlighting the competitive nature of the league.

Solihull Moors 3 - 2 Coleshill 

Steve Judd opened the scoring for Solihull Moors with a well-taken penalty, making it 1-0. Bill Tiwana then doubled the lead with a precise finish, bringing the score to 2-0. Coleshill responded with a goal to make it 2-1, narrowing the gap and increasing the tension. However, Martin Sibley restored Solihull Moors' two-goal advantage, scoring to make it 3-1. Despite a late effort by Coleshill to pull one back and make it 3-2, Solihull Moors held on to secure the victory.

This win underscores Solihull Moors' strong start to the season, showcasing their attacking prowess and ability to handle pressure. They continue to build momentum in the East of England Walking Football League.

Match Reports: East of England Walking Football Sunday 28th April, 2024

Solihull Moors 2 - 0 Exiles

Solihull Moors kicked off their campaign in the East of England Walking Football League with a convincing 2-0 victory over Exiles. The opening game saw Tony Walker and Dan Deery finding the back of the net, leading their team to a well-earned win.

Tony Walker opened the scoring with a well-placed shot, giving Solihull Moors an early lead. The team's solid defense kept Exiles at bay, preventing them from creating any significant scoring opportunities. In the second half, Dan Deery doubled the advantage with a clinical finish, securing the win for Solihull Moors.

The team's performance was marked by strong defensive organization and effective attacking play, setting a positive tone for the rest of the season.

With this victory, Solihull Moors have started their league journey on a high note, demonstrating their potential to be strong contenders in the East of England Walking Football League.