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Club launches Club Membership Card scheme

by on Nov.28, 2019, under Club Fundraising, News

The Club is delighted to launch its Club Membership Card scheme. The credit card sized cards – as pictured below – cost £5p.a. and enable holders to receive discounts from local businesses. We have the following businesses signed up with another 11 where we are awaiting final details: –   1. Kelchers Optometrists – 10% […]

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Tom Green – Club Captain!

by on Nov.20, 2019, under Men First Team 20/21, News

We are delighted to announce the Club Captain for the male section of the Club! Tom Green, currently one of the oldest players in the team, is top scorer with 6 goals this term. He has already matched his output last term. Not just known for his bruising performances on the pitch, he never misses […]

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Main Club Trophy Winners Announced!

by on Nov.19, 2019, under Awards, Girls Under 9s Meerkats 20/21, Men First Team 20/21, Under 13s Spartans 20/21

The club managers voted on the 4 main club awards at the managers’ meeting last night. The Matt Harrison Memorial Team of the Year went to our U12s Spartans The Jo Stoddart Memorial Clubman of the Year went to Tash Capewell The Walmsley Endeavour Team of the Year went to our U8s Meerkats The Ben […]

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Food Bank and Hospital presents wanted please.

by on Nov.12, 2019, under Community Work

We are coming up to that time of year when we look at supporting others less fortunate than ourselves. As in previous years, the Club is organising the following: – 1. Collecting Christmas presents for children in Birmingham Children’s Hospital. We are looking for our generous followers to donate wrapped Christmas presents with a tag […]

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