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Welcome U8s Vixens!

by on Nov.23, 2020, under Girls Under 9s Roaring Lions 22/23

We are delighted to announce our new team – U8s Vixens Girls. Despite obvious problems with matches, training and meetings, we are still looking to get new teams off the ground. We are looking for girls in Years 2,3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 to join existing teams and to create a new U9s girls […]

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Wyrley in the Community at Christmas

by on Nov.20, 2020, under Community Work

We are again looking to help those in need this Christmas. The club is seeking help in the following areas – please, please do all that you can to help. We are seeking donations of non perishable food items; food items such as Christmas puddings, cakes, alcohol; or cash donations (which will be used to […]

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Pumpkin competition winners!

by on Nov.02, 2020, under Girls Under 10s Phoenix 22/23, Girls Under 11s Meerkats 22/23, Girls Under 14s Lionesses 22/23, Girls Under 15s Wildcats 22/23, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23, News, Under 11s Vikings 22/23

The winners and 2 runners up for our Halloween pumpkin competition are: – Winner – Ellie Johnson of our U8s Wildcats Runner Up – Kittie from our U13s Wildcats Runner up – Daisy from our U9s Meerkats Their fantastic efforts are pictured below with a few others we have received.

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31st 100 Club member – Mack Graphics

by on Nov.01, 2020, under Harrisons Ground

Our 31st member of the Club’s 100 Club is Mack Graphics – another local business that deserves our support. Mack Graphics specialises in bespoke vehicle graphics and wraps, signage, banners and workwear – full details of what they can do for you are in the flyer below. Members of the 100 Club get an advert […]

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