Third Club Welfare Officer now in place

by on May.29, 2014, under Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16

Congratulations to Steve Willis who has passed his Club Welfare Officer course today! We now have 3 Welfare Officers covering the Girls section, mini soccer section and boys youth section.

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FA Coaching for Girls’ teams

by on Apr.22, 2014, under Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16, Girls Under 18s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 8s Cubs 14/15, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23

The Club has organised Staffs FA Tesco Skills coaching for 4 weeks commencing next Tuesday 29th April for it’s Girls Academy, Under 10s and U11s girls’ teams at our Long Lane clubhouse. 6.00 til 7.00. Sessions are free and any new girls looking to start playing will be made very welcome. Contact Keith on 07836202764 […]

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2012/13 Main Club Awards

by on Nov.19, 2013, under Awards, Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16, News, Under 14s Lions 19/20, Under 16s Panthers 20/21, Under 16s Wolves 19/20, Under 17s United 18/19

The Club voted on the 4 main Club awards last night. Team of the Year was Under 9s Panthers. Endeavour Team of the Year was Under 12s Rhinos Clubman of the Year was Mark Smallman Club Player of the Year was Lily Simkin Well done everyone – richly deserved!

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Under 11s Pumas Girls require players

by on Oct.17, 2013, under Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16, Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted

Our Under 11s Pumas girls team is looking for a couple of players to complete their squad. Any parents of Y5 or Y6 interested girls should contact Steve on 07899067475 for more information.

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