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Wyrley Sevens 9th July 2016 , Panthers u13’s 16/17

by on Jul.10, 2016, under Under 17s Panthers 20/21

Another great tournament for the Panthers on a day that the heavens opened, but the boys just soaked it up and became a team to be beaten. The lads today made football an enjoyable game to watch. From the off they attacked and made it clear they were there to win, and win they did after completing […]

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2015 Wyrley Tournament – Panthers U11’s Winners

by on Aug.23, 2015, under Match Reports, Under 17s Panthers 20/21

Panthers are back to winning ways Manager Neil Sinclair could not be more happier with his team as they start their new season as overall tournament winners. The team won their first and second match by a small margin of one – nil followed by a draw with their last match wining again one – nil. All the teams […]

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Walsall FC T&G U11’s V Wyrley Junior Panthers U11’s

by on Jan.24, 2015, under Match Reports, Under 17s Panthers 20/21

Walsall FC 1 Wyrley Junior Panthers 3 23rd January 2015 Venue: – Bescot Stadium Panthers were invited to play a friendly football match against Walsall Talented and Gifted U11’s. The game was a great experience for all the players of both teams and for the parents who had come to support them. Panther’s started with […]

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Forest FC U11’s V Wyrley Junior Panthers U11’s

by on Jan.18, 2015, under Match Reports, Under 17s Panthers 20/21

Forest FC 1 Wyrley Junior Panthers 7 18th January 2015 Venue: – Leamore Park Man of the Match:- No 3 Daniel and No 7 JK When Panther’s last met Forest FC they draw, this match was very different with Panther’s from the start putting pressure on Forest FC. For the first fifteen minutes Panther’s could […]

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