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Team Showcase 28 – U11s Vipers

by on Feb.26, 2018, under Under 13s Vipers 19/20

We are looking to showcase every team over the next weeks – please send in by message photos and some brief notes and we will publish. Twenty eighth up is our 11s Vipers, pictured below. Manager Darren Lowbridge says: ‘We began the season with seven players from last season and no recognised goal keeper. We […]

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Mums Play Football Centre

by on Feb.23, 2018, under Ladies Veterans 19/20

The Club’s Mums Play Football Centre takes places every Friday night 7 til 8 at Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre astro turf. This is ideal for ladies aged 16 and over who just want to enjoy a kick about with the focus on fun, making new friends and acquiring new skills. No playing experience needed. Our […]

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Wellbeing Football Offer

by on Feb.21, 2018, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 18/19

The club is setting up Wellbeing football sessions for adults – men and women – who would like to benefit from getting out of the house, reducing stress, lowering BP and cholesterol levels, lowering body weight, increasing self esteem etc. Come and have a kick about, get fit and meet new friends. All abilities welcome […]

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Main Club Awards presented.

by on Feb.20, 2018, under Awards, Girls Under 15s Belles 19/20, Hall of Fame, Ladies First Team 19/20, Under 12s All Stars 19/20, Under 12s Spartans 19/20, Under 15s Wanderers 19/20, Under 17s United 18/19

The Club presented its Annual Main Awards last night at the clubhouse. The awards are clubwide recognition for on the field team excellence; determination to continue through adversity; player excellence and going the extra mile to help the club. The 4 main winners were: – Ja Stoddart Memorial Clubperson of the Year – James Stanley […]

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