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4 million hits – Thank You!!

by on Feb.28, 2016, under Website News

The website has just had it’s 4 millionth hit! Thanks you for your support! Have a look at our Facebook page –¬†https://www.facebook.com/Wyrley-Juniors-Football-Club-165360026913145/ and follow us on Twitter – @wyrleyjuniors    

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A letter to a coach…….

by on Feb.23, 2016, under Under 11s Panthers 17/18

The letter below to one of our coaches – Dean Jones – from one of his players, is the reason all the time and effort spent with young people is so worthwhile. Well done Dean! Proud to be Wyrley!!

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Sponsor Board Officially opened.

by on Feb.23, 2016, under Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Sponsors

The Club officially opened its sponsor board tonight, with representatives from FCL Global Limited, Kelchers Optometrists, Jack Moody Group and Vesey Sports (Nike). The Club is extremely grateful for the support of our sponsors! Pictured below, our sponsors with committee members Steve Willis and Graham Foreman.

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21/2/16 – Match Report – Lodge Farm v’s Wyrley Wanderers U14

by on Feb.21, 2016, under Match Reports, Under 16s Wanderers 17/18

Result – Lodge Farm 0 – Wanderers 11; So after another few weeks off due to the weather we were back in action today away to Lodge Farm at the Bentley Pavilion. After 2 good results so far in 2016 we were keen to continue our run, plus put right the disappointing result we had […]

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