Wyrley Panthers would like to thank Harry Bloomer from NHS F.A.S.T Project for their kind sponsership this season. None of which would have been made possible without the kind recommendation from Nicki Kelsey.
The F.A.S.T Project works to educate people of all ages around the dangers of not acting as quickly as possible when people suffer a suspected stroke. The project has kindly supplied us with a brand new Nike football kit for the forthcoming season. Many thanks again from all at Panthers U10’s.

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    Sam you look like you’ve got really bad wind buddy

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