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WYRLEY LADIES RESERVES Match Report Sunday 15th February 2009

by on Feb.18, 2009, under Ladies First Team

Stoke City Ladies Reserves  0  Wyrley Ladies Reserves  0 Wyrley put in an impressive performance against top of the league Stoke City, this was the first time Stoke have not scored this season which shows strength and quality in Wyrley’s defence. For the First 15 minutes Wyrley played with 10 players and held their own […]

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Wyrley Juniors welcome Dennis Mortimer

by on Feb.18, 2009, under Coaching Courses

Wyrley Juniors will be only one of 3 clubs in the staffs area to host the Staffs FA bridging the gap sessions from level 1 to level 2. These sessions will be under taken by the new regional developement manager & ex Aston Villa legend  Dennis Mortimer . The sessions will take place at Great Wyrley Football […]

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Lions U11s Team Sheet

by on Feb.15, 2009, under Under 16s Lions 13/14

Henry Hill Ryan Chell Jonathan Davies James Davis Charley Ford Lewis Gray Ben Roberts Tom Dakin Ben Bannister Barry Gunther Tom Jobbins Corgan Clarke Ronan Llewelyn Alex Wollaston   Manager – John Davies Coaching Staff – Simon Davis & Barry Gunther Ten Empty divx The Fifteen Streets download Die Hard 2 dvdrip Hellbound: Hellraiser II […]

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Cougars 8 – Ashmore Park Rangers 3

by on Feb.15, 2009, under Men Reserves 14/15

Cougars played some good football in patches,  but took a while to get it together against a resolute Rangers. Cougars difference in quality showed as the game progrssed a brace a peice from Joe Mcann, Luke Ponder & Hugh Burrowes, with Sam Day & Josh Cowley 1 one each saw Cougars home. Cougars switched off towards the […]

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