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WYRLEY JUNIORS FC NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

by on Aug.23, 2018, under Ladies Reserves, Men First Team, Mens Reserves 18/19, News

COME ON WYRLEY!!! The mens first team start their home campaign on this Saturday ko 3.00pm. Adam, Jason and Billy have put together a strong squad and the club are positive about the forthcoming season. All players representing boys and girls teams from u16’s and below are entitled to a free season ticket, this ticket allows entry into […]

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WYRLEY JUNIORS U18’s TRIALS for 2017/18 season

by on Jun.14, 2017, under Under 18s MJPL 17/18

Wyrley Juniors u18’s will be holding trials over the next couple of weeks for players who would be interested in playing on a Saturday morning in the Midland Junior Premier League, home games are played at our long lane ground, our modern facilities are as good as any to be encountered within this league, the […]

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WYRLEY JUNIORS U18’s season 2017/18 in the MJPL

by on May.30, 2017, under Under 18s MJPL 17/18

Wyrley Juniors will be competing again next season in the Midland Junior Premier League, last seasons u16’s will be moving up to the u18’s league. Wyrley have a good squad of players to carry forward into the forthcoming season but will be holding trails to add to the squad for season 2017/18. The trials will […]

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WYRLEY JUNIORS FOOTBALL CLUB TOURNAMENT 2016-2017 LATEST NEWS

by on Apr.02, 2017, under Tournament

Wyrley Juniors forthcoming football tournament has limited spaces left, most age groups are now full. The tournament has become increasing popular with clubs locally and nationally. The age groups which as of the 2nd of April 2017 that still have spaces left are as follows:- BOYS, Under 6s (4 spaces), Under 8’s (4-spaces), Under 11’s (1-space, […]

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