With only a few days to go to the new season the new look Jags have come through pre season with flying colours!

With a new management team along with the signings of several new players optimism is high for greater achievement in 2010/11.┬áNew editions to the squad include Max Goodier from Burntwood Dragons, a big ‘old fashioned’ centre forward who bullies defenders in pursuit of goals and has a vicious left foot shot, Max has fitted in well with the existing players and has already scored several times in pre season! Josh Hill has returned to the fold after a spell at Chase Athletic and will form a dangerous partnership ‘up front’ with Max, Josh has also scored in pre season and has showed signs of outstanding skill. Nicholas Adams joins to bolster the defensive department, a strong left footer with serious tackling ability has no previous team experience but is a fast learner and has already shown signs of becoming a real find for the future, brave in the air and on the ground Nick never backs out of a challenge! The Jags are entering their 5th season together and with the mentioned additions along with Captain and defensive rock Euan Aston, Billy Hammond, Ollie Cooper, Ricky Harrison, Josh Price, Brandon Garrett and hot of the press newly signed Charlie Machin from Burntwood Dragons… the future looks bright!!!

Everyone involved with the Jags would like to thank Keith, Candy and Shaun for their help over the summer in taking the team forward, best wishes to all Wyrley teams in 2010/11

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Good luck Jaguars for a successful season!

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