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Meerkats coached by England International

by on Mar.30, 2017, under Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19

Pictured below our Under 14s Meerkats Girls with England international and Birmingham City Ladies player Kerys Harrop.   As part of our Gold Sister Club arrangement with BCLFC, Kerys carried out a training session with the girls tonight.

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Club collecting Spectacles for Vision Aid Overseas

by on Mar.22, 2017, under Community Work, Ladies First Team

The Club is collecting unwanted spectacles that will be forwarded to Vision Aid Overseas ( a charity that sends them to the underprivileged in Africa) via our good friends Kelchers Optometrists. This fits in nicely with our link to Kits for Africa, where we send used kits and boots to Ghana and Kenya and our […]

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Club appears in FA Gameplan for Growth Document!

by on Mar.16, 2017, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Girls' Academy

The FA announced it’s Gameplan for Growth of the female game on Monday. Fantastic to see that a picture of Lloyd James, manager of our Under 11s Wildacts, and a couple of players appears in it. Great recognition for our 17 years of creating girls teams!!

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Wyrley kick start FA Girls New to Football Programme

by on Mar.14, 2017, under Girls Under 12s Lionesses 18/19

Pictured below, the 11 girls who were at the first of the FA SSE Wildcats sessions carried out by the club tonight at Sneyd School – and a lovely group they were too! If you know a girl aged between 5 and 11 who would like to start playing football, please ask their parents to […]

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