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More from Girls Football Week

by on Apr.29, 2016, under News

As part of The FA Girls’ Football Week, the Club arranged free after school coaching to 12 girls at Coppice High School on Wednesday of this week. 12 girls took part and hopefully some of them will go on to join club teams. Thanks Jo Thomas for your help in setting this up and taking […]

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FA Girls’ Football Week continues…

by on Apr.29, 2016, under Girls Under 11s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 12s Pumas 17/18, Girls Under 12s Wildcats 17/18, Girls' Academy

The Club organised a Y3/Y4 Schools tournament yesterday, with 5 teams from Tameside, St Peter’s, St John’s and Moat Hall taking part. 50 girls enjoyed football at Long Lane – over 40 aren’t in a team and many want to continue taking part and hopefully with us. Taking up the game is what the FA […]

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Boys Development Centre back on 3G astro

by on Apr.29, 2016, under Boys' Development Centre

The Boys Development Centre – sponsored by FCL Global Limited – is back on the 3G at Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre every Saturday morning 10:30 to 12:00 with effect from tomorrow. This is open to boys of any ability from the age of 4 to 7. £4. The Club creates at least 4 new teams […]

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WYRLEY JUNIORS U16’s SEASON 2016/17 in the MIDLAND JUNIOR PREMIER LEAGUE

by on Apr.28, 2016, under Under 17s United 17/18

APRIL 28th 2016 WYRLEY JUNIORS U16’s season 2016/17  Wyrley Juniors are entering a team into the Midland Junior  Premier League at u16’s next season. This is a development league aimed at giving players an opportunity to play against different teams each week at a consistent level similar to your own team, progression up the league […]

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