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Coaching & Playing Opportunities!!

by on Jun.11, 2019, under Players & Teams Wanted

We have coaching/managing and playing opportunities at the following 2019/20 age groups: – Boys Development Centre (for boys aged 4 to 6 starting out) – coaches required to assist a thriving centre. U17s Girls – manager required to join an excellent team. (Assistant manager in place.) U14s boys – players wanted to join a team […]

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WYRLEY JUNIORS BOYS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE COACHING OPPORTUNITY (school year :- reception and year 1)

by on May.29, 2019, under Boys' Development Centre Wednesdays 19/20

The Boys Development Centre is looking for Volunteers to help coach the sessions that we run, we expect more boys to join us over the coming months. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals who wish to give something back to the community, ex players and managers are more than welcome to come along, help […]

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23rd 100 Club member – Tony Bishop!!

by on May.21, 2019, under Harrisons Ground

Our 23rd member of the Club’s 100 Club is ex club secretary and team manager Tony Bishop.   We are very grateful to him for supporting our fundraising efforts for Harrisons ground.   Members of the 100 Club get a pinned advert on here for 4 days and a post on our website. They will […]

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Managers wanted!!

by on Apr.30, 2019, under Players & Teams Wanted

The Club has coaching/managing opportunities for enthusiastic individuals who want to help develop young people. We have positions at the following 19/20 age groups: – U7s Boys U8s Boys U16s Boys U8s Girls U13s Girls Open Age Ladies The club will pay for Level 1, DBS, Safeguarding and First Aid qualifications. The club has an […]

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