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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Quiz night in aid of Meningitis UK – 22nd February 2013

by on Feb.01, 2013, under Club Events, Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

The club has organised a Quiz Night to raise funds for the above Charity in memory of Liam Keeling who sadly died of the disease in October 2009. We hope that this will be well supported. Team of between 2 to 6 people at £2.50 per person entrance. We look forward to seeing you.

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Wyrley conquer Snowdon……..again!

by on Jul.11, 2011, under Men First Team, Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

The mens 1st Team climbed Snowdon on Saturday to raise funds for the season ahead and the Liam Keeling Fund. The team went up in two groups. One reached the summit in an impressive 1 hour 45 minutes whilst the other group joined them shortly after with a time of 2 hours 20 minutes. Thanks […]

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Liam Keeling

by on May.01, 2011, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, Under 15s LK09 11/12

200 mile cycle challenge in Liam’s memory 19th-21st May 2011 FIVE brave cyclists will be pedaling 200 miles to West Bromwich Albion’s final match of the season in Newcastle. The group is doing the challenge in memory of football-mad teenager Liam Keeling, who died from meningitis in October 2009, aged 13. They hope to raise […]

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