Uttoxeter Ladies U16 Girls 0 – 8 Wyrley Juniors U16 Girls

by on Mar.16, 2013, under Girls Under 18s 14/15, Match Reports

Back to our best today Wyrley and a really well deserved 8-0 away win at Uttoxeter! Always a tough team to play but from the first whistle you never gave them any time on the ball and played some excellent passing football! Well happy!! Wonderfully taken second half hat trick from Ellesse, 2 goals for […]

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Showcasing our Under 16s Girls

by on Feb.21, 2013, under Girls Under 18s 14/15

Approach with caution …. You have been warned ……!! Squad: Jess Arthur, Laura Avery, Ellesse Birkett, Emma Cartwright, Paige Cartwright, Ellie Deakin, Lauren Harris, Chloe Matthews, Ellie Mayling, Courtney Moriarty, Lara Morris, Rian Mullen, Emily Pettit, Emily Scott, Jade Squire, Emma Stacey, Cara Turner, Keira Turner The U16 Girls are enjoying a superb season in […]

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Stoke U16 Girls 2 – 0 Wyrley Juniors U16 Girls

by on Feb.02, 2013, under Girls Under 18s 14/15, Match Reports

The U16s long winning run came to an end today in the Semi Final of the Staffs County Cup…. but not without a magnificent fight against a Stoke team unbeaten in over 3 seasons! We thoroughly frightened them for 60 minutes during which the game could have been won by either team but luck was on their […]

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Thank You Taylor Construction!

by on Jan.12, 2013, under Girls Under 18s 14/15

Many thanks to Taylor Construction for our new rain jackets, training tops, away shirts (the girls haven’t seen those yet!), kit for our new players, the list goes on!!! Unbelievable kindness! Thanks again  from everyone connected with the Under 16s Girls team …. their performances on the pitch are doing your name proud this season!

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