Wyrley Colts U11s headed north for their summer tour for the R&T Tours Cleethorpes Challenge 2012.

Colts represented the West Midlands playing teams from across the UK and Ireland and finished third in their group stages after winning 2, drawing 1 and losing 2. The team attended a stunning presentation hosted by England goalkeeping legend, Peter Shilton, and received their players medals in front of a 600 strong crowd at Haven’s Thorpe Park holiday complex.

The biggest award was left until last where Wyrley Colts were presented with the R&T Tours Sporting Team 2012,  awarded for fair play and sportsmanship to the team and their supporters Рthe award is made even more special as the award is chosen by referees and event organiser and was presented to team captains Jack Lyons and Jack Parker, and managers Scott Lyons and Callum Yates.

Congratulations to every single player, parent and supporter who showed true spirit and sportsmanship throughout the weekend and represented Wyrley Juniors perfectly.

4 comments for this article:
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    Well done to all, particularly on Sunday when we had 24 hours of torrential/non-stop rain (the wonders of the English seaside in June!). Scott – the final trophy was well deserved. Hope everyone got back okay. Next step the Wyrley tournament (a bit closer to home, and hopefully drier!!)a week on Saturday.

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    Forgot to add, thanks to Sue and Bec for organising it all!

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    I can’t take the credit it was sue who did the hard work. it was another fab weekend, winning that award was amazing and unexpected.well done to all the boys you did us and yourselves very proud!

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    Well Done Colts Great award to win. Be very proud of yourselves. Wyrley showing the rest how it should be done xx

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