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Under 17s Girls were delighted to receive a new Away kit from Staffordshire Youth Service as an early Xmas present. The following is an extract from Staffordshire Police website: –

During school holidays, officers from Watling Neighbourhood Policing Unit (NPU) have teamed up with the local Youth Service to run football training sessions for local young people – with the support of Keith Hardy, Chair of Wyrley Juniors.

Sessions have been held recently at Great Wyrley Performing Arts School and Moathall Primary School, with youngsters from 5 years to 16 years enjoying the facilities.

The holiday football training is advertised in local media, through local newsletters and posters and anyone interested in attending should keep a watch for future dates.

PCS0 16762 Andy Poxon said: “The training has proved really popular for both boys and girls and it’s a great opportunity for officers and the Youth Service to meet local young people.”

To show appreciation for the support given by Mr Hardy, the Youth Service has sponsored a new strip for the Under 17’s Wyrley Juniors Football team.

The Girls have also received a new home kit, kindly sponsored by Diode Electrics Limited, where Stuart Clews is a Director. Photo to follow, but in the meantime the girls thank both sponsors for their kind generosity.

Pictured below, some of the girls sporting their new away kit.

Staffordshire Youth Service Photo

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