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U9 Goalkeeper Required

by on May.17, 2011, under Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted, Under 16s Tigers 17/18

Goalkeeper urgently required for Wyrley Tigers current U9’s team (school year 4).  Team are currently playing in division 1 of the Walsall Junior Youth League, but urgently need a goalkeeper to complete our squad. Interested??  Call Rob on 07846 369954

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MITIE Tigers look the business

by on Oct.17, 2010, under Under 16s Tigers 17/18

Wyrley Tigers U9’s are proud to announce their new teamwear sponsor as MITIE Property Services (UK) Limited. Below are pictures of the Tigers and their coaches Joe Gilbert (left) and Rob Elkin (right) with MITIE Contracts Manager Kevin Hadwen (middle, back row).  Many Thanks Kev for organising the sponsorship deal! The Tigers looking smart! Tigers in […]

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Wyrley Tigers U9’s Match Reports – 17/10/10

by on Oct.17, 2010, under Match Reports, Under 16s Tigers 17/18

On a bitterly cold morning at Pelsall E.D.C Wyrley started very slowly against Cresswell Colts and were 1-0 down within 2 minutes as a long range Cresswell effort left Jacob with no chance as the ball ended up in the back of the net.  This sparked the Tigers into life, Josh.P won the ball, passed to […]

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Wyrley Tigers U9’s Match Reports – 10.10.10

by on Oct.10, 2010, under Match Reports, Under 16s Tigers 17/18

After qualifying for the next round of the Cup, Wyrley were placed in Division 1 for the league campaign this year.  A tough group but one that will challenge the players and give them the chance to develop their game more. Despite the joy of being in the top division Wyrley started very slowly against […]

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