2 new Hall of Fame members.

by on Jul.22, 2017, under Hall of Fame, Ladies First Team

After getting a Deaf GB cap against Poland yesterday, our Debbie Hibbett will become the 4th player to enter our Hall of Fame. Just days after announcing our 4th member of our very select Hall of Fame, we are delighted that we now have a 5th member!! Chloe Williams joined the club as a 7 […]

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Hall of Fame member Olivia Fergusson joins Bristol City Ladies

by on Feb.04, 2016, under Hall of Fame

The Club is delighted to congratulate ex-player and Club Hall of Fame member, Olivia Fergusson who has joined Bristol City Ladies from Aston Villa Ladies. The club wishes her every success in the new season.

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Girls teams meet ex Wyrley England Player.

by on Nov.28, 2014, under Girls Under 11s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 13s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 13s Pumas 15/16, Girls Under 15s Meerkats 17/18, Girls Under 18s Ladies 15/16, Hall of Fame

The Club has 3 ex-players in its Hall of Fame, including Olivia ‘Chick’ Fergusson who played for England at U17s and currently plays on the wing for Villa Ladies. Chick played for the club at U10s Girls and has turned out as not just an excellent player but a lovely young lady too! She gave […]

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Meerkats meet Olivia Fergusson

by on Nov.26, 2014, under Club Events, Girls Under 15s Meerkats 17/18, Hall of Fame

Meerkats met Olivia Fergusson the Aston Villa starlet who has roots with Wyrley Juniors!! Great for the girls to meet an inspirational figure that started their career with Wyrley! Thanks Olivia for your time – continue to flourish with the only Midlands side worth noting!!!

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