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Panthers girls u10s 1st of 3 finals

by on Apr.07, 2015, under Girls Under 18s Panthers 22/23

Wyrley Panthers Girls U10s play their 1st of 3 finals this coming Saturday 11th April against Leek. The match is at willenhall E-ACT Acedemy, Furzebank Way, WV12 4BD kick off 10:30am. To reach 3 finals in their first season is an achievement on its own. Lets hope we can go all the way and deliver! […]

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Wyrley’s 5 Pass Level 1 Futsal

by on Feb.18, 2015, under Coaching Courses, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 18s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 18s Panthers 22/23, Under 17s Dragons 22/23

The Staffordshire FA Girls League offered all clubs to attend an in house level 1 futsal coaching course, at Chase Leisure Centre. Five managers attended over 6 hours on 2 Tuesday evenings.  We now have 5 newly qualified coaches. Well done to, Chris Nicholls, Jody Yates, Gemma Mayo, Andy Lockett and Derek Cox. We also […]

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2 more coaches pass level 1

by on Feb.14, 2015, under Coaching Courses, Girls Under 18s Panthers 22/23, Under 17s Dragons 22/23

Well done to Dan Green assistant manager U9Dragons and Andy Lockett assistant manager U10s Girls Panthers, for giving up 2 weekends of their own time to do their level 1 coaching badge. Not to mention paid for out of their own pocket. Well done guys,  great achievement and welcome to the Wyrley coaching family. The […]

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Snow Play Creates Futsal Fun

by on Feb.01, 2015, under Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16, Girls Under 18s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 18s Panthers 22/23

Early rise on Saturday morning for 8am pitch inspection.  Off I went to Willenhall with my fingers crossed, in the hope that it had only snowed in Essington.  And that the pitch, less than two miles away, looked like Wembley in June.  Sadly it was not to be.  No game for our  Panther’s today.  Whilst […]

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