Wednesfield Girls U18s 1 – 5 Wyrley Juniors U17s Girls

by on Sep.07, 2013, under Girls Under 18s 14/15, Match Reports

We moved to the Central Warwickshire League for more competition, we moved up an age group to U18s, we strengthened over the summer – bringing in some quality players – and today in our opening match….. we were simply awesome!!!! Absolutely fantastic performance girls!!!  From the moment Amy Rollason hit a screamer into the top […]

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Wyrley Juniors U18s Girls 10 – 0 Walsall Ladies U18s

by on Sep.01, 2013, under Girls Under 18s 14/15

A perfect pre-season friendly win for the U18s came as a result of some superb flowing football. Amy Rollason on the right wing and Jade Squire on the left were simply unstoppable and created chance after chance – most of which were clinically taken! Ellesse Birkett took very little time to open her account for this season […]

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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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