Wyrley Panthers U9’s Tour of Holland April 2014

by on Apr.29, 2014, under News, Sponsors, Under 16s Panthers 20/21, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

    The boys travelled to Holland to play in a Tournament not far from Eindhoven between Friday 18 April and Tuesday 22 April 2014. The journey there lasted in excess of about 13-14 hours on the coach and the lads were a credit, behaving themselves impeccably despite the potential boredom of such a long […]

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Club takes part in BBC 1 Late Kick Off Programme

by on Apr.01, 2014, under News, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

The Club had 4 officials invited to take part in the Grassroots Football slot on BBC1 Late kick Off programme last night. Andy Parfitt, Trevor Smith, Keith Hardy and Mark Smallman spent 2 hours filming with Stan Collymore, Manesh Bhasin and Eric Steele and had a wonderful day. To watch the programme please follow this […]

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Wyrley ‘shirt’ handmade in India!

by on Aug.08, 2013, under Under 14s Lions 19/20, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

Mark Smallman, manager of our Under 8s Lions, showing off his new handmade shirt made to measure in Goa, India!

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Staffordshire FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2013

by on Jul.28, 2013, under Awards, News, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

The Club received the FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year for Staffordshire 2013 last Tuesday evening on the pitch at the friendly between Burton Albion and Derby County FC. Pictured below Sarah Reeves, Chloe Reeves, Mark Smallman, Scott Lyons receiving the award from Gareth Thomas of Staffs FA. Well done everyone connected to […]

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