First Deaf training session

by on Jan.16, 2018, under Deaf Team17/18, Ladies First Team

On December 1st the Club hosted hopefully the first of many Staffordshire Hearing Impaired youth clubs. The club organised crafting for boys and girls who wanted to make Christmas tree decorations and carried out football training for those who wanted to learn new skills. The Club’s very own Debbie Hibbett, Deaf GB international, took part […]

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Club Supports Girls Football Week

by on Jul.27, 2017, under Girls Under 11s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 11s Pumas 17/18, Girls Under 12s Wildcats 17/18, Girls Under 13s Panthers 17/18, Girls Under 15s Meerkats 17/18, Ladies First Team, Ladies Reserves, Players & Teams Wanted

The Club has a strong tradition of fully supporting Girls Football Week. So far we have coached girls at 2 Primary Schools and Gt Wyrley High School and Organised Bring a Friend sessions with at least 6 new girls taking part. Tonight we held a ‘Train with the First Team’ session with 11 girls from […]

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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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Wyrley Shirt at Deaflympics

by on Jul.22, 2017, under Ladies First Team, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

Deaflympion Debbie Hibbett flying Wyrley colours with a message back home to her proud team mates and coaches after GB get a point on the board with a 1-1 drawer with Brazil…. “Hello to Wyrley all the way from Samsun Turkey”

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