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Welcome new players, parents and managers.

by on Jul.16, 2018, under Girls U10s Lionesses 18/19, Girls U8s Panthers 18/19, Girls U8s Pumas 18/19, Girls Under 8s Lionesses 18/19, Under 10s Avengers 18/19, Under 11s Bulldogs 18/19, Under 15s 18/19, Under 15s Jaguars 18/19, Under 7s Lions 18/19, Under 7s Panthers 18/19, Under 7s Tigers 18/19, Under 9s Predators 18/19, Walking Football 18/19

A huge welcome to our new teams. We are creating the following teams: – U7s Tigers U7s Panthers U7s Lions U9s Predators U10s Avengers U11s Bulldogs U15 Jaguars U15s Reserves Team Girls U8s Panthers Girls U8s Pumas Girls U8s Lionesses Girls U10s Lionesses Walking Football

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Wildcats on show!!

by on Jul.13, 2018, under Girls' Academy

Pictured below 21 of our 25 Wildcats who attend our Tuesday Centre at Long Lane each week. Our future stars are seen picking up their trophies at their presentation on Tuesday evening. If you have a daughter, niece, granddaughter or know a girl aged 4 to 9 who would like to start playing the game, […]

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U11s Allstars after players

by on Jul.13, 2018, under Players & Teams Wanted, Under 11s All Stars 18/19

Our U11s Allstars (18/19 season) are looking for players. Please contact Kristian on 07813783447 for more information.

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World Cup at the clubhouse

by on Jul.07, 2018, under Club Events

It’s comi…. at the clubhouse this week!! Wednesday England v Croatia on the big screen at the clubhouse 7.00 kick off. Bar is open from 6.00 and chicken curry rice and chips at half time. Sunday – World Cup Final Fun day 12.00. Tombola, Stocks, Bottle raffle, penalty shootout, bar open, penalty shoot out, BBQ, […]

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