APRIL 28th 2016

WYRLEY JUNIORS U16’s season 2016/17

 Wyrley Juniors are entering a team into the Midland Junior  Premier League at u16’s next season. This is a development league aimed at giving players an opportunity to play against different teams each week at a consistent level similar to your own team, progression up the league will see our team play against opponents higher in the division, there is just one league, the league could however have as many as 30 teams contained within it.

Wyrley are looking for individuals who would relish the challenge of playing at a higher standard. We would like accomplished, athletic and committed players with an aspiration to continue playing beyond 16 years old to get in touch if this is something that appeals to them.

The team will be based at Wyrley Juniors long lane venue, this is to meet the standard of ground required to play in this league. Games are played on a Saturday morning , 10.30am ko. In keeping with the way this league is run, hospitality will be provided after all games.

A trial session for players will be organised, a date will be arranged around the middle of May (TBD). Anyone who wishes to put their name forward or would like further details please get in touch with Graham Foreman as soon as possible but ideally before Friday the 8th of May so I can cater for numbers and arrange a trial venue.

Mobile 07864907865 or  email grahamforeman@btinternet.com.

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