Rest in Peace Natasha Whale

by on Feb.25, 2014, under Girls Under 12s Pumas 12/13, News

The club lost one of it’s past players – Natasha Whale – in a very tragic motor accidents yesterday on her way to school. Natasha was a lovely, quiet girl who represented the club from the girl’s academy at aged 8 up to Under 12s. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and school-friends at […]

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Girls Under 11’s Pumas Cup Finals against Chasetown!

by on May.19, 2012, under Girls Under 12s Pumas 12/13, Match Reports

The whistle blew for kick off at 9.30am in somewhat cold and wet conditions.  The Wyrley Pumas had a distinct look of sheer determination on their faces as they battled through the first half showing a fantastic 1st goal scored by the talented Emily Walker. A goal kick from a fantastic chasetown goalie found its […]

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Trophies won so far this season

by on May.15, 2012, under Girls Under 12s Pumas 12/13, Ladies First Team, News, Under 11s Jaguars BJFL11/12, Under 11s Wanderers 12/13, Under 13s Falcons11/12, Under 13s Rhinos 11/12, Under 15s Lions 13/14, Under 16s Panthers 11/12

Congratulations go to the following teams, who have won a trophy so far this season. Under 10s Wanderers – winners of Walsall Junior Youth League Division 3 Under 11s Pumas Girls – winners of South Staffs Young Womens League Under 11s Jaguars – winners of Burton League Division 3 Under 13s Lions – winners of […]

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Well Done Wyrley Pumas under 11’s for winning the South Staffordshire Young Womens Football League Championships 2012 !!!

by on Apr.30, 2012, under Girls Under 12s Pumas 12/13

Clearly a group of talented, dedicated young ladies who have earned this honourable title after playing 20 games this season and only losing one game to a 1-0 loss …. Start following them folks for a match update coming soon from the Cup finals in May …come on Wyrley Pumas we know you can win […]

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