Club Main Awards presented

by on Dec.18, 2018, under Awards, Girls Under 11s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19, Girls Under 9s Meerkats 18/19, Under 16s Panthers 18/19

The Club presented 4 of it’s 5 main trophies and inducted it’s 6th player to our Hall of Fame at the managers’ meeting last night. The Matt Harrison Memorial Team of the Year trophy went to our U9s Meerkats. The Walmsley Endeavour Team of the Year went to our U16s Panthers The Ben Young Memorial […]

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Main Club Trophy winners announced!!

by on Nov.20, 2018, under Awards, Girls Under 11s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Girls Under 16s Meerkats 18/19, Girls Under 9s Meerkats 18/19, News, Under 16s Panthers 18/19

The club managers voted on the 4 annual Main Trophies at the club meeting last night. The club is delighted for the following: Club player of the year – Harriet Murray of our U11s Wildcats Girls. Club Endeavour team of the year – U16s Panthers Boys Club team of the year – U9s meerkats Girls […]

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Club Runners Up in 2 Grassroots Football Awards.

by on Oct.16, 2018, under Awards, Ladies First Team, Under 12s Vipers 18/19, Under 7s Vikings 18/19

The Club recently came runners-up in 2 Grassroots football awards held at Burton Albion’s ground. We were the only club nominated for 2 awards: – Respect Award – for our innovative video on ‘Why I play football’ and Project Award – for our Deaf Coaching Day. Pictured below, club players Seb and Spencer Thomas picking […]

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Club shortlisted for 2 awards.

by on Aug.30, 2018, under Awards

The Club is delighted to hear that is has been shortlisted for 2 Staffordshire FA Grassroots Football Awards this Saturday at Burton Albion. The nominations are for: – Our work with the Hearing Impaired. We organised a coaching/crafting day for 30 young people across the County last November. Our work with Respect. We created an […]

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