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Wyrley Colts will host the first annual Compton Hospice “Raise The Roof” Charity Football Match on 20 October 2010 at 7pm.

Wyrley Colts have invited local rivals Willenhall Colts to play, with the event being generously supported by Goals Soccer Centre Black Country who have provided pitches and facilities free of charge, with both teams playing for the TATA Steel Cup and Morris Homes Man of the Match Award, with both Morris Homes and TATA Steel generously sponsoring the players’ after-match trophies and awards.

The event starts at 7pm with kick-off at 7.30pm with the presentation afterwards in the Goals Hospitality Area with further additional support fromWyrley Juniors, Morris Homes, TATA Steel, 107.7 The Wolf , Walsall FC and Esporta Health & Fitness Clubs.

There will be guest appearances by star substitutes Wyrley Bear and Walsall FC’s Swifty who will join the on-pitch battle.

There is still plenty of time to sponsorship or donate to raise as much money for Compton Hospice who provide care and facilities for those people and their families affected by life-limiting illnesses.

Please extend an open invitation to all Wyrley Juniors teams, families and supporters to encourage both teams. If anyone would like to donate, please leave a message or call me directly on 07866 778483.

Thank you in advance and we hope to see you there!

2 comments for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Hi Scott. I’m sure as many Wyrley folk as possible will attend. Trev is trying to get Swifty the Walsall FC mascot there for you too!

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    The Stig

    That’s awesome Keith!

    Let’s hope that Wyrley Bear and Swifty can behave themselves…..Wyrley Bear’s got a devilish streak in him!

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