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Girls U10 Panthers vs Wood Star, 1st Feb 2014

by on Feb.08, 2014, under Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Match Reports

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…… Ok, it was a week ago in a field not very far away at all, but we all love the Star Wars films, right? I can hear the cries of “What does this have to do with football?” ringing loudly in my ears, but bear […]

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Woodstar Rangers vs Wyrley Panthers Under 10 Girls, 11/1/14

by on Jan.16, 2014, under Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Match Reports

The new year is upon us and already we are back at pitch side to cheer on the Panthers in their first match of 2014. Eleanor, Ruby, Lily and Shannon McShane, Lily Hughes, Lateisha, Millie, Madison, Chloe and Amy were all present for this opener to the second half of the season, with Ellie Gooch […]

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Burntwood Phoenix vs Wyrley Panthers Under 10 Girls, 7/12/13

by on Jan.16, 2014, under Under 17s Panthers 20/21

What do Corunna, Mons and Dunkirk have in common? All European towns? Well yes, but that is not what I am thinking about. All names feature the letter “n”? Again yes, and again not what I am thinking of. The correct answer is they are all major retreats by the Birtish army that led to […]

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Wyrley Panthers U10s VS Woodstar Rangers – 16th November 2013

by on Dec.01, 2013, under Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Match Reports

On a cold Saturday morning the girls were ready and waiting to play against a team they hadn’t yet met. They were warmed up and raring to go. During the team talk Martin decided that he was not going to play any forwards for this match and played his strongest players in the midfield positions. […]

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