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Manager:
Rich Cooper
YM Level 1, Level 2 qualified currently in the latter stages of Uefa B Licence qualification.

Assistant Mangers:
Julian Aston, Neil Oakes

Squad:
Josh Price, Oliver Ingry, Tom Leak, Josh Oakes, Liam Milton, James Clark, Oli Cooper, Euan Aston, Billy Hammonds, Brean Adderley, Jamie Hill, Tom Lee, Luke Pritchard, Louie Grice, Taylor Baylis, Sam Walker.

The ‘Jags’ are about to complete their sixth season together having been born out of the Wyrley Academy in 2007 and still have three of the original eight playing in the squad (Oli C, Euan, Billy). Success came early for the side who won the Walsall Junior Football League in their second year at U8 in 2008 and quickly moved into the tougher Lichfield Junior Football with their own base at Jerome Primary School. The side continued to develop and in 2011 made the step up to 11v11 with relative ease.

The team is now based at Gorsemoor Primary School which offers a good training and matchday base and the squad are currently enjoying their most consistent and successful spell across several competitions. As well has league, cup and shield action the lads have taken part in two external competitons including the Bilston Junior Challenge Cup, confidence boosting victories against teams from other divisions has not only seen a nice variation in fixtures and venues but a run all the way to the final to be played at Bilston Town Football Club on Wednesday April 24th against a very strong Ashmore Park Rangers from the Stourbridge League.

The team has recently acquired two new sponsors who have combined to provide all the lads with new on and off field team wear. A big thanks go out to Turndown, a new business providing bmx, scooter and skate products in Cannock and Daro Engineering an established steel fabricators based in Brocton Staffordshire!

Blessed with a fantastic set of committed parents and lads the futures bright for the Jaguars!

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