Team Showcase 22 – U13s Warriors

by on Feb.12, 2018, under Under 14s Warriors 18/19

We are looking to showcase every team over the next weeks – please send in by message photos and some brief notes and we will publish. Twenty second up is our Under 13s Warriors pictured below. Manager, Shaun Dale, says “In our first season with the club we have only lost once all season and […]

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U13s Warriors after players

by on Jan.31, 2018, under Players & Teams Wanted, Under 14s Warriors 18/19

Our U13s Warriors are looking for a goalkeeper and striker to add to their squad for the season. They have just been promoted to Division 1 and would like to strengthen their squad. They have a great group of lads who embrace the club ethic to “ compete and enjoy “. Please give Shaun a […]

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New teams for 2017/18 season

by on Jul.08, 2017, under Girls Under 9s Panthers 18/19, Under 10s Red Devils 17/18, Under 12s Falcons 18/19, Under 13s Phoenix 18/19, Under 14s Warriors 18/19, Under 21s 17/18, Under 8s Tigers 18/19, Under 8s Vipers 18/19

The club is delighted to welcome mangers, players and families for the following new teams: – U7s Tigers U7s Vipers U10s Red Devils U11s Falcons U12 Phoenix U13s U21s U8s Girls Panthers

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Players wanted.

by on Feb.16, 2017, under Boys' Development Centre, Girls Under 12s Pumas 18/19, Girls' Academy, Players & Teams Wanted, Under 14s Warriors 18/19, Under 15s Panthers 16/17

The Club has spaces in the following age groups: – Boys Development Centre – for boys aged 4, 5 and 6. Saturday mornings 9 30 to 11 at Cheslyn Hay astro turf. Girls Academy – for girls aged 4, 5 and 6. Tuesday evenings 6 til 7 at Sneyd School. We create new teams from […]

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