A brief history of the under 18s Girls: –


  • 2004/05 South Staffordshire Young Womens League Champions and Cup Winners.
  • 2005/06 South Staffordshire Young Womens League Champions and Cup Winners. Wyrley Juniors Joint Team of the Year. Wyrley Sevens winners.

  • 2006/07 South Staffordshire Young Womens League Runners Up, Cup Winners and County Cup Runners Up. Wyrley Sevens winners.

  • 2007/08 Central Warwickshire League Premier Division League Champions and Cup Winners. 28 wins and 1 draw from 29 games, going the whole season unbeaten! 3rd double in 4 years! Wyrley 7s winners. Wyrley Juniors Team of the Year.


  • 2008/9 Wyrley 7s winners for the 4th year in a row. Rubery Tournament Runners Up. 5th in Premier Division in League comprising Premier Division and First Divison. Premier Divison included Derby County, Coventry City, West Bromwich Albion and Aston Villa.
  • 2009/10 Central warwickshire League Premier Division League Champions. The 4th time in 6 years they have won the league! 8th trophy in 6 years!

  • The girls have also gone on 6 Tours – Holland three times, Woollacombe, Minehead and Teignmouth – unbeaten in all games!

  • The team trains Monday nights 7.00 to 8.00 at Cannock Cricket & Hockey Club – any girls interested in joining this friendly and very talented team should contact Keith on 07836202764
5 comments for this article:
  1. avatar

    Yes..we rule haha..county cup this year???!!!
    luv ya all x

  2. avatar

    errr luk hu were not lmao , We need sum piks on this page :p KEITH
    xx IlY

  3. avatar

    heyy keithamus 🙂
    i think we ned sum piks ov our team up i agree wiv rachel
    plus i fink it shuld have cath davis is th best player 🙂 haha

  4. avatar

    wooop woop
    soo we ay cool (H)

    lovee you

  5. avatar

    i say that this cup is ours this year =]

    love you all =]

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