Wyrley Panthers U10 Girls vs Burntwood Phoenix (19/10/13)

by on Oct.21, 2013, under Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Match Reports

You know how you wake up some days and know there are things you just have to do? In my case, this was drop Eleanor at the match, dash off home to collect wife and younger, teenage daughter, drop wife at work and teenage daughter at hockey for her match then dash back for the […]

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Wyrley Panthers U10 vs Penkridge (5th October, 2013)

by on Oct.16, 2013, under Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Match Reports

The third outing for the girls in their first season saw them take on a tough Penkridge side, eager to avenge the 3-0 defeat they suffered at their hands a week earlier. Penkridge brought along some familiar faces from that game, so we could expect a tough match, but Wyrley had learned a thing or […]

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Strength of girls section – more players wanted!

by on Jun.21, 2013, under Girls Under 10s Pumas 13/14, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 13s Panthers 13/14, Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16, Girls Under 14s 13/14, Girls Under 17s Panthers 13/14, Girls Under 18s 14/15, Girls Under 18s Ladies 15/16, Girls Under 18s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 8s Cubs 14/15, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23, Ladies First Team 22/23, Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted

The female section of the club is going from strength to strength. As well as our Ladies team, we have an U17s team, two U16s teams, a new U14s team, an U13s team, two U11s teams, a new U10s team and at least one (hopefully two) U8s teams. 10 teams, hopefully 11, plus our popular […]

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