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Why do players play?

by on Nov.30, 2015, under News

According to the University of Notre Dame’s Centre for Ethical Education, research shows: – ” that kids play sports for the following reasons: · To have fun (always #1) · To do something I am good at · To improve my skills · To get exercise and stay in shape · To be part of […]

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England’s Jill Scott donates shirt.

by on Nov.29, 2015, under News

England Lionesses beat Bosnia & Herzegovina 1 – 0 in the Euro 2017 Qualifiers today with Jill Scott scoring the winner. Our very own Jeff Sutton is on the same UEFA B course as Jill and using his considerable charm and influencing skills has managed to get a signed England shirt with a message from […]

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29/11/15 – Match Report – Wyrley Wanderers v’s Great Barr Harriers

by on Nov.29, 2015, under Match Reports, Under 15s Wanderers 16/17

Result – Wanderers 4 – Harriers 1; After a good performance, but disappointing result last week the Wanderers welcomed Great Barr Harriers to a wet and very windy Willenhall Academy. Match Report – So in training this week and before the game we talked about how important it was to bounce back from last weeks […]

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Wyrley Junior Warriors U7’s match report 29/11/15

by on Nov.29, 2015, under Match Reports, Under 8s Warriors 16/17

On a wet and very windy Sunday morning at Cheslyn Hay, Wyrley Juniors Warriors faced two games against Old Wulfrunians and Sedgley Scorpions West. We starting our first game well battling the conditions, competing for every ball, great also to have the ever dependable Lewis back today after his illness last week, back in business […]

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