Panthers U9s 1 v Gt Barr Harriers U9s 3

by on Feb.24, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

A reversal of the same match two weeks previous saw Harriers take revenge on the Panthers. An unfortunate o.g. by Jamie Wilson saw the Harriers take the lead after only six minutes. Nevertheless, Panthers continued to battle and got their just rewards two minutes before half time. A neat flick on by Tommy Bannister from […]

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Panthers U9s 1 v Shire Oak Bulletts U9s 0

by on Feb.24, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

Panthers secured a very narrow win following a gutsy display against a much improved Bulletts team. Early saves from George Bailey, coupled with some fine defending from Jack Miller-Flynn and in particular Jamie Wilson saw the visitors kept at bay. The second half was just as tight with the midfield seeing most of the play, […]

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Mitie, Supreme Kits for Panthers U9s

by on Feb.07, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

Jing wu men release National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze dvd Sexy Beast dvd Virus movie Celia dvd The Squid and the Whale movie download Panther’s U9’s sporting their kit, which was kindly sponsored by Bryan Bakewell of ‘Supreme Windows Ltd’. Photo taken 4th November 2008 at Bescot Stadium, where the boys had a training session […]

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Panthers U9s Secure All 6!

by on Feb.05, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

Sunday February 1st 2009 Panther’s continued their excellent start to the new year making it 9 points from a possible 12. Great Barr Harriers U9’s 1 vs Wyrley Panther’s U9’s 3 The Mysteries of Pittsburgh trailer Cheung Gong 7 hou move buy Alligator The game started as a very tense affair with Harriers having the […]

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