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Liam Keeling

by on May.01, 2011, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, Under 15s LK09 11/12

200 mile cycle challenge in Liam’s memory 19th-21st May 2011 FIVE brave cyclists will be pedaling 200 miles to West Bromwich Albion’s final match of the season in Newcastle. The group is doing the challenge in memory of football-mad teenager Liam Keeling, who died from meningitis in October 2009, aged 13. They hope to raise […]

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by on Feb.21, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 15s LK09 11/12

Wyrley LK09   v  Bloxwich Youth Wyrley went on to beat a battling Bloxwich side by 9 goals to nil recording 100 goals in 12 league games. Although the pitch was very poor Wyrley played some good football especially in the 2nd half.It was 3-0 at half time with goals from Ben Squire, Callum Wood and […]

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by on Feb.14, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 15s LK09 11/12

Wyrley extended their lead at the top of the league, although Wyrley dominated possession chances were rare ,after making a substitution after 35mins new signing Ricardo Cole made a powerful run down the wing to cross to Josh Penwright who volleyed in at the far post. The second half was one way traffic a Liam […]

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by on Feb.07, 2011, under Match Reports, Under 15s LK09 11/12

Wyrley travelled to local rivals Hednesford town in the 1/4 final of the Stan Eccleston cup.Wyrley kicking against a very strong wind in the first half spent the first 20 mins defending but a breakaway against the run of play saw midfielder Ben Squire give Wyrley the lead.Hednesford got back in the game before half […]

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