Wyrley conquer Scafell Pike

by on Jul.15, 2012, under Club Fundraising, News, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

After scaling Snowdon last April to conquer the highest mountain in Wales, 10 Wyrley folk scaled the difficult challenge of the highest mountain in England – Scafell Pike – yesterday. A tough task with aching limbs as a consequence – but with the result of £2k towards the pitches at Long Lane! Well done to […]

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Wyrley – top Club in England – official!!!

by on Aug.08, 2011, under Awards, News, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?, WJFC Latest

Wyrley Juniors FC – voted Top Club in England!! The Club picked up the highest award at a lunch at Wembley Stadium. The full story follows… The Club was delighted recently to receive Staffordshire FA Charter Standard Community Club of the Year 2011 for the fourth time in 8 years and even more so when […]

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Wyrley conquer Snowdon!!

by on Apr.24, 2011, under Club Fundraising, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

40 Wyrley Juniors players, managers, committee members and friends climbed 3560 feet to the top of Snowdon yesterday to raise funds for the Long Lane project. Over £7,000 was raised in an extraordinary effort by all those involved. This showed tremendous teamwork, effort and loyalty by the intrepid climbers as well as great support from […]

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Snoh! Homer Simpson is a Wyrley Fan!

by on Jan.09, 2010, under Girls Under 18s 10/11, Where's the Wyrley scarf/shirt?

Homer Simpson shows his true colours! Doh! Designed and created by Gareth, Daniel and Sophie Hardy! AND appearing in this weekend’s News of the World! Any more Wyrley scarfes in strange places?

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