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Girls who happen to have a disability wanted!

by on Sep.30, 2020, under Girls FA Disabled Weetabix Wildcats Centre 20/21, Girls FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Wednesdays 20/21, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 20/21

To support our ethos of ‘Football for All’, the club is creating a new FA Wildcats Centre for girls aged 5 to 11 with disabilities. We have been determined for some while to create sessions for players who just happen to be disabled and this is another step along that journey. The sessions will take […]

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Welcome to our new teams

by on Sep.25, 2020, under Girls U10s Wolverines 20/21, Under 7s Warriors 20/21

We are pleased to welcome the players and families of two of our new teams:- U7s Warriors Boys U10s Wolverines Girls We will announce another two over the next week or two.

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Good people wanted!

by on Sep.10, 2020, under Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted

We have had a good response to our request for managers for new boys and girls teams. We are now seeking coaches to help at our Boys Development Centre – for boys starting out in the game, aged 4 to 6. In addition, we are also seeking positive individuals to get involved in the following: […]

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Thank you Ladies!

by on Sep.06, 2020, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground, Wyrley Diamonds Soccer Mums Tuesdays 20/21

The club is delighted to have received a cheque for over £800 from Helen Cornwall and Jo Thomas towards the Harrison’s Ground Development Fund! Helen and Jo play for our Diamonds Soccer Mums team and each ran 100km in July to raise the funds. We are really grateful for their efforts – super job ladies!!

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