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The “All New Wyrley Colts Under 10’s” held their first presentation evening at The Akam in Walsall, featuring a very famous voice.

The voice of The X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent and digital TV channel E4 – Peter Dickson “The Voiceover Man” – gave the boys a big star-studded introduction with an X-Factor style build-up and entrance.

The evening also featured the voice of Alan Dedicoat, the Voice of the Balls from BBC’s National Lottery Draws, Strictly Come Dancing and BBC Radio 2. He surprised some of the parents that provide fantastic support to the team.

There was also a guest appearance from Keith Hardy who kept his usual low profile during the proceedings.

A massive thanks to parents, players and even my wife Sue who surprised us with a stretched Hummer to get to the presentation.

Here’s to the next one……..who knows what that one will bring!!!!!

6 comments for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hey Scottie – a tremendous night! Very well organised and a pleasure to be there, although as you say I kept in the shadows.

    Very positive signs of things to come!!

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    trevor smith

    Scottie settle an argument for me please, is the beer stronger in the Akam or the Alma ?

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    Fat Scottie

    Sorry Trev, I had my Moroccan spell-checker switched on!!!!!

    The Alma has the stronger beer……..bostin’ drop of Bonks’s 😉

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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Scottie – let me know what icon you want against your posts or comments and I will put in for you – e.g. favourite team badge etc,

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    Fat Scottie

    Nice thought Keith, but I’m like The Stig………no-one knows my true identity!!!

    Aah, now THERE’S a good idea for an icon!

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