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The Club is heavily involved in supporting the family of Lucas Tibbs, a player who started in the Boys Development Centre and has gone on to greater things, playing at professional club Academies.
Lucas, aged 13, has been diagnosed with leukaemia and is currently undergoing treatment from the wonderful staff at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
To enable the family to focus on Lucas, rather than the additional travel costs to and from the hospital, a Fundraising Page has been set up for the cause – see link below.

The Club, is getting involved by setting up a Dads v Dads match between the parents of our club and Hawkins Sports. This will take place under floodlights at Wyrley Rangers FC, just 400 metres from our ground in Long Lane. Date is 10th October with a 7.00 kick off. £2 entry for spectators,
We are looking for 16 dads who would like to take part to represent the club and pay £10 or sponsorships above that amount towards the fund.
After the game, food will be laid on by the club for players at our clubhouse, when a raffle/auction will also take place.

We are also looking for a couple of qualified referees to to be kind enough to give up their time to act as officials for the game.
We are also looking for any form of donations from individuals/businesses towards the raffle/auction.

If you would like to play, officiate or help in any way, please leave a message/comment here or contact Keith on 07836202764 for more information.

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