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WYRLEY JUNIORS U18’s season 2017/18 in the MJPL

by on May.30, 2017, under Under 16s MJPL 16/17

Wyrley Juniors will be competing again next season in the Midland Junior Premier League, last seasons u16’s will be moving up to the u18’s league. Wyrley have a good squad of players to carry forward into the forthcoming season but will be holding trails to add to the squad for season 2017/18. The trials will […]

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First Teams hold trials

by on May.30, 2017, under Ladies First Team, Men First Team, Players & Teams Wanted

The Mens and Ladies First Teams are both holding trials ton strengthen ahead of the new season. Contact Jason on 07710611819 for the Mens team and Keith on 07836202764 for the Ladies First Team. Both teams play in the West Midlands Regional League.

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U10s Vipers seeking players to complete squad.

by on May.26, 2017, under Players & Teams Wanted, Under 10s Vipers 16/17

Y5 Players wanted, including goalkeeper for our established Under 10s Vipers boys team. Contact Rich for more information on 07779634980. Please be kind enough to share.

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New players and teams wanted

by on May.26, 2017, under Girls Under 11s Wildcats 16/17, Girls Under 12s Belles 16/17, Girls Under 16s Wanderers 16/17, Girls Under 8s Meerkats 16/17, Ladies Reserves, Players & Teams Wanted

We have established teams looking to add to their squad for the 17/18 season and opportunity for 2 new teams.   U8s Meerkats girls looking for existing Y2 girls – contact Katie on 07919892264 U11s Wildcats girls looking for existing Y5 & Y6 girls – contact Lloyd on 07971640484 U12s Belles girls looking for existing […]

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