2010 Main Club Trophies awarded

by on Nov.26, 2010, under Awards, Men Reserves 14/15, Under 15s LK09 11/12, Under 17 Colts 17/18

At the Club’s November monthly meeting, the following 4 Club trophies were awarded – Matt Harrison Memorial Shield to the Team of the Year Under 15s Cougars presented by Fred and Carol Harrison The Walmsley Endeavour Shield to the Endeavour team of the Year Under 14s LK09 presented by Bill Hickenbottom in the absence of […]

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November 2010 Teams of the Month

by on Nov.26, 2010, under Girls Under 12s Pumas 12/13, Teams of the Month, Under 15s LK09 11/12

Teams of the Month for November were – Mini Soccer Team – Under 10s Girls Pumas who played 2 won 2 and are top of their league 11 a side teams – Under 14s LK09 who played 4 won 4 Well done to them both and also to all the other Wyrley teams.

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Club Main Trophy winners 2009/10!

by on Oct.20, 2010, under Awards, Men Reserves 14/15, Under 15s LK09 11/12, Under 17 Colts 17/18

At the Club’s monthly meeting on Monday night, the following award winners were decided: – Matt Harrison Memorial Team of the Year – Under 15s Cougars for winning the league after many years of finishing runners up The Walmsley Endeavour Team of the Year – under 14s LK09 for playing on last season after the […]

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Funeral Arrangements for Liam Keeling

by on Nov.03, 2009, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, News, Under 15s LK09 11/12

The Club has been in mourning after it lost one of its players last week when Liam Keeling, aged 13, sadly died suddenly from bacterial meningitis. Liam played for our Under 13s Panthers, co-managed by his dad Andy. Our thoughts are with his parents, Andy and Georgina, and his sister Hannah. The funeral will take […]

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