Main Club Awards 2010/11

by on Jul.19, 2011, under Awards, Girls Under 18s 10/11, Under 12s Tigers 11/12

The Club voted on the 4 Main Club Awards last night at the Annual General Meeting. The winners were: – Matt Harrison Memorial Shield for Team of the Year – awarded to the Under 18s Girls who played 26 won 26, scored 257 goals, went 41 games undefeated, won the League and Cup and also […]

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Wyrley Ladies

by on Jun.05, 2011, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Ladies First Team 22/23

The Ladies team is moving it’s home pitch from Harrisons Ground, Hazel Lane to Wyrley Rangers FC, Long Lane for the 2011/12 season. The team has also applied to enter the Women’s FA Cup. Training/trials start on June 12th 10.30 at Harrisons Ground, Hazel Lane. If we have enough players interested, we are also looking […]

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Central Warwickshire Girls Football League Open Cup Final: – Wyrley U18s Girls 8 Leamington Lions 0

by on May.26, 2011, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Match Reports

Despite very windy conditions and a poor pitch, Wyrley finished their season in style with an emphatic performance that was a snapshot in 90 minutes of why they have had a magnificent season. The two teams tested themselves out in the first 15 minutes before Laura Cumberledge put the full back under pressure and her […]

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U18s Girls – 100% Wyrley!

by on May.21, 2011, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Match Reports

Wyrley U18s Girls 3 Marston Green 1 Wyrley made it a 100% record in the league – played 18 won 18 – against a very hard working Marston Green team who were determined to spoil the party. Despite having the lion’s share of territory and possession, Wyrley fashioned very few clear cut opportunities in the […]

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