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£350 raised from Red Nose Day Quiz!

by on Mar.16, 2019, under Community Work

Many thanks to those who supported our Red Nose Day quiz last night – raising £350 for a very good cause.   Big thanks to Mikki and Ryan for helping in the organisation and especially to quiz master Ian Hemmings for his time and effort!   Proud to be Wyrley!

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Club supports Essington Spring-clean

by on Mar.15, 2019, under Community Work, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

The club is supporting Essington Spring Clean, which is part of the Great British Spring Clean. This takes place on March 30th and the club is to help clean up Long Lane, Walsall Road as well as the Long Lane site. We would like some volunteers from teams who play there as well as others […]

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International Women’s Day – thank you to our female members!!

by on Mar.08, 2019, under News

Today is International Women’s Day. The club has the following female members: – 2 committee members 7 managers 300 players and countless others who act as team secretaries, treasurers, social secretaries, communication offices, social secretaries, kit persons. Without their involvement the club could not operate. The club thanks everyone of you. (If you’d like to […]

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Odd Socks for Red Nose Day!

by on Mar.07, 2019, under Community Work

The Club is supporting Red Nose Day by asking all it’s players to wear odd socks during their games on the weekend of March 16th and 17th. We are looking for a donation of £1 per player to hopefully raise £800 for a worthy cause

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