Scary happenings in girls section…

by on Oct.31, 2018, under Girls Under 10s Panthers 19/20, Girls Under 11s Meerkats 20/21, Girls Under 18s Panthers 22/23, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23

Some scary sights seen at the girls section training over the last few nights! Pictured below our Tuesday Wildcats, U9s Meerkats and U9s Panthers, Wednesday Wildcats and U14s Panthers in their frightening poses!

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Club Autistic Day a great success!

by on Oct.31, 2018, under Wyrley Laners Ability Counts U16s team 18/19

The Club was delighted to coach 7 autistic children aged between 11 and 16 at the clubhouse yesterday. The boys were exceptionally behaved and showed off their skills to the delight of the 3 coaches. We are now hopeful of being able to create a new team from the boys who took part. The boys […]

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Players wanted!

by on Oct.30, 2018, under Girls Under 10s Panthers 19/20, Girls Under 12s Lionesses 18/19, Girls Under 12s Panthers 18/19, Girls Under 14s Lionesses 22/23, Girls Under 16s Belles 20/21, Girls Under 18s Wildcats 22/23, Girls Under 9s Pumas 18/19, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23, Junior Lions Player Development Centre 22/23, Ladies First Team 22/23, Players, Teams & Coaches Wanted, Under 15s Phoenix 20/21, Under 15s Wanderers 19/20, Under 17s Panthers 19/20

The Club is looking for players at the following age groups: 1. Boys aged 6 to 8 to attend our Junior Player Coaching Centre, where we will create new teams for boys without teams. Set up only 3 weeks ago to create teams at U7s and U8s, we are confident we already have our first […]

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U9s Lions Runners-up!

by on Oct.22, 2018, under Under 9s Lions 18/19

Well done to our U9s Lions who were runners-up in the Walsall Juniors Youth League Trophy event om Sunday.   The boys are pictured below after the final.

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