Players wanted!

by on Sep.19, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre, Girls Under 13s Belles 17/18, Girls Under 18s Wanderers 17/18, Girls Under 8s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 8s Pumas 17/18, Girls' Academy, Players & Teams Wanted, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts Open Age team 17/18, Wyrley Laners Ability Counts U16s team 17/18

To complete squads, we have the following teams looking for players for this season: – U8s Girls – school years 2 and 3 U13s Girls – schools years 7 and 8 U18s Girls – girls aged 15/16/17 U16s and Open Age Disability teams for those suffering from autism, Aspergers etc For more information – leave […]

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Boys Development Centre News

by on Sep.05, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre

We are moving our Boys Development Centre for boys aged 4 to 6 to our home ground in Long Lane and to Tuesdays 6 til 7 with effect from next week 12th September. When the clocks go back we are to move it indoors – full details to follow. The new coach will be Graham […]

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Boys Development Centre – coach opportunity.

by on Aug.05, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre

The Club has an important opportunity for an enthusiastic coach in our Boys Development Centre. The role involves providing fun filled sessions to boys aged 4 to 6 years old every Saturday morning 9 30 to 11.00; liaising with parents and identifying volunteer parents to take new teams forward; working closely with young volunteers at […]

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Young Footballers wanted!!

by on Apr.20, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre, Girls' Academy

Our Boys Development Centre is back from it’s Easter break on Saturday. For boys aged 4 to 7 to enjoy learning new skills in a friendly atmosphere and where we create new teams for next season – 3 managers already in place for 3 new U7s teams. Cheslyn Hay Leisure Centre astro turf, 9 30 […]

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