Breaking news……… Molly ‘The Bouncer’ Cattell of the Meerkat fame has broken her arm.  One of our trusted enforcement team Molly’s timing couldn’t have been worse, as we face top of the league and local rivals Burntwood Phoenix this Saturday.  I replied to the Cattells stating that Molly could have waited until after the Saturday game, ideally even after next weekends game too.

It’s too early to establish how it happened but a few theories are doing the rounds:

Theory #1

Molly, after a training session mentored by Sir Keith (who proclaimed her as being the most skillful Meerkat) went to school with a spring in her step and attempted a Rabona but unfortunately went base over apex and broke her arm. So Sir Keith it could be your fault.


Theory #2

Molly broke her arm whilst in ninja training. The breeze block was a step too far.


Theory #3

News of her talent was spotted by Burntwood Phoenix and was taken out!


Theory #4

Shocked by the news of Paul Lambert she rushed to tell her parents and tripped over her tortoise.


On a serious note the Meerkats would like to wish her a speedy recovery and I’m sure these thoughts are mirrored by all Wyrley teams.

Hopefully she will be attending Long Lane on Saturday to cheer the Meerkats on!! It promises to be a great spectacle, so if any of you are at a loose end come down and watch – kick off 11am.



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    I hope your better soon Molly and back with the Meerkats again enjoying your football.

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