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Club provides CPR training to 70 players

by on Oct.17, 2019, under Community Work

The Club supported World Restart A Heart Day yesterday by providing CPR training for 70 of our young people at the clubhouse. Training was given by West Midlands Ambulance Service, with the evening kindly organised by committee member Lee Painter. If there is demand, we will organise a longer course including defibrillator training in the […]

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Third offering for young female footballers!

by on Oct.12, 2019, under Girls Academy Thursdays 19/20, Girls FA Wildcats Centre Wednesdays 19/20, Girls Under 8s 19/20, Girls Under 8s Lionesses 19/20, Girls' FA Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 19/20, Players & Teams Wanted

Breaking news!! The Club has 2 FA SSE Wildcats – Tuesdays and Wednesdays – for girls aged 4 to 11, where we focus on fun, development, fun, making new friends and did we mention fun?! We created 4 brand new U8s teams from the 2 centres this season, giving us 17 girls teams and 5 […]

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Harrisons Plots for sale!

by on Sep.28, 2019, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

The Club is striving hard to provide facilities that our young people deserve. We are moving forward rapidly with our Harrisons Ground development plans and need your help please in raising the gap in the funding required. One of the ways is our ‘Buy a Plot’ scheme, which for £10 enables you to buy one […]

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Wyrley Stick on Poppy Appeal 2019

by on Sep.27, 2019, under Community Work

The Club is once again providing stick-on poppies for our players – and players at other cubs – to wear during games on Remembrance Sunday to support The Poppy Appeal. We have raised nearly £5,000 in the last few years with the proceeds being split 3 ways for Cheslyn Hay, Great Wyrley and Essington RBL […]

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