Lucas Tibbs Fundraiser!

by on Sep.19, 2018, under Community Work

The Club is heavily involved in supporting the family of Lucas Tibbs, a player who started in the Boys Development Centre and has gone on to greater things, playing at professional club Academies. Lucas, aged 13, has been diagnosed with leukaemia and is currently undergoing treatment from the wonderful staff at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. To […]

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Club Quiz night for outside defibrillator – October 12th

by on Aug.06, 2018, under Club Events, Community Work, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Upcoming Events

The Club is holding a quiz night on Friday October 12th at the clubhouse. Full details to follow – profit from the night to go towards installing the clubhouse defibrillator to the garage wall to enable assess to it by players, hirers, walkers and local residents. Please put this date in your diary.

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Ladies Cougars Veterans team support World Down Syndrome Day.

by on Mar.23, 2018, under Community Work, Ladies Cougars Veterans

A great result from our Ladies Veterans Cougars team last night – a. 7-0 win against Stafford Town with all the girls wearing odd socks in support of World Down Syndrome Day. Well done Cougars!

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Old spectacles wanted!

by on Mar.20, 2018, under Community Work

The Club collects no longer used spectacles that it hands on to Kelchers Optometrists in Great Wyrley. Kelchers then forward them for recycling to those less fortunate than ourselves. If you have any old spectacles that have been replaced with another prescription, please be kind enough to hand them into your club contact. https://www.facebook.com/kelcheroptom/

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