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Over 30 Ladies wanted for new team

by on Oct.31, 2017, under Ladies Cougars Veterans, Players & Teams Wanted

Following the success of our Ladies Veterans Cougars team, we are getting a number of new enquiries from potential players. We are aiming to set up another team. Are you a woman aged 30 and above of any ability, who would like to get active, learn new skills, and be part of a great social […]

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Remembrance Sunday arrangements

by on Oct.29, 2017, under Community Work

The Club is again organising stick on poppies for our players to wear during games over Remembrance Sunday weekend. This is the fourth year we have carried out this very worthwhile initiative, raising over £2500 in the previous years. Funds raised are divided equally and go to Great Wyrley, Essington and Cheslyn Hay RBLs Poppy […]

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12th 100 Club member – Parrys International Tours Limited

by on Oct.28, 2017, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

We are delighted that our 12th 100 Club member is Parrys International Tours Limited! Parrys is a local business that has won many industry awards and has a fine reputation. They have their own Luxury Coaches, which are Safe, Clean & Comfortable High Quality Hotels – Mainly 4 Star Well trained Staff and Crews Interesting […]

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Girl Footballers Wanted

by on Oct.24, 2017, under Girls' Academy, Players & Teams Wanted

The Club’s FA SSE Wildcats Centre for girls aged 4 to 6 is looking for more recruits as we look to create teams for the 2018/19 season. The Centre takes place every Tuesday 6.00 – 7.00 at Sneyd School astro turf and is for any girl starting the game. Sessions are based around having fun […]

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