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Wyrley U12 Girls 6 – 0 St Georges FC

by on Apr.08, 2009, under Girls Under 18s 14/15

Another superb performance from the Under 12 Girls saw Wyrley run out worthy winners. Super striker Ellesse Birkett was unstoppable scoring 4 fantastic goals which took her to third place in the league highest scorers table. Chanice Clarke also hit 2 class goals – surely that deserves those new boots Dad?? – in an excellent victory. St Georges were far […]

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Club Support for Respect Campaign – Referee & Linesman Courses

by on Apr.08, 2009, under FA Respect Campaign, News

To give support to the FA Respect Campaign, we have organised the following courses, available to Wyrley Juniors Managers, Coaches, Players and Parents: – Linesman Course – Sunday 24th May 10.00 to 12.00. Venue – Gt. Wyrley Performing Arts High School. This course has been organised to help support those parents who are usually ‘thrown’ into […]

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Wyrley Juniors 0 Wrens Nest 1

by on Apr.07, 2009, under Match Reports, Men First Team

After a great win at Lye and then the disappointment of dropped points at Mahal we welcomed an in form Wrens Nest to Grosvenor Park. Welcomed was definitely the word as well as once again we failed to perform in the 1st half. Against a good footballing side we sat back and admired them instead […]

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by on Apr.06, 2009, under Ladies First Team

WEDNESFIELD LADIES  1   WYRLEY LADIES RESERVES  10 Away to Wednesfield who have picked up lately so unsure what to expect on a dry, sloping pitch. The ball was bouncing all over the place and sounded like a plumb pudding, so it was great to see it disapear over the fence into someone’s garden just after […]

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