Wyrley LK09, Team Of The Month for October to November 2013

by on Nov.19, 2013, under Teams of the Month, Under 9s LK09 13/14

Congratulations to Wyrley LK09 for being awarded Team Of The Month for November 2013.  Its a great reflection on all the hard work and determination the lads have put in since the beginning of the season.  We were the only Wyrley team to come away with a trophy after winning our semi final games in […]

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Wyrley LK09 Match Reports 17th November 2013

by on Nov.18, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 9s LK09 13/14

LK09 V Silverdale Saints Within a few minutes of the game starting there was passing between Matty and Tom then to Harvey for him to the score the first goal of the game.  A throw in was retaken after hitting the overhead net line only for Harry to clear it.  A corner taken by Silverdale […]

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Wyrley LK09, Liam Keeling 2009

by on Nov.07, 2013, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, Under 9s LK09 13/14

LK09 proudly takes its name from a young local lad, Liam Keeling who tragically died in 2009 age 13 from Meningitis.  He was a star player for Wyrley Juniors FC so it is an honour that we, at Wyrley LK09 remember him.  A fundraising event will be held on the 23rd November at The Bloxwich […]

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LK09 Match Reports

by on Nov.06, 2013, under Match Reports, Under 9s LK09 13/14

LK09 V Silverdale JFC This was LK09’s first game after winning the cup and they displayed some superb passing moves and play to confirm what they had achieved.LK09 kept Silverdale in their own half for most of the first half.The passing and work rate payed  off and Harvey scored a cracking goal.LK09 were given a […]

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