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by on Mar.30, 2009, under Girls Under 16s 11/12

.!. Pumas started brightly in difficult playing conditions, a strong wind blowing across the pitch not helping Pumas passing game. After a series of half chances, Abi Hall broke the deadlock with a fine drive going in off the underside of the crossbar, Pumas continued to pressure Penkridge’s goal but without further success in the […]

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Brereton Town Juniors Vs Wyrley Junior Lions U10s 29/03/09

by on Mar.29, 2009, under Under 15s Lions 13/14

This has got to be Lion’s best match of the season so far.  Always behind, everyone kept their heads high and played the passing game we know the whole team can.  With only a minute left to play, Lion’s were behind 3 – 2, then the equaliser came with the last kick of the match […]

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Heath Hayes FC U16S 4 – 1 Wyrley Juniors Panthers U16S

by on Mar.29, 2009, under Under 18s Panthers 10/11

After a good run of games it was disappointing result today. Wyrley only turned up after going four nil down. Some sloppy defensive work today always had us playing catch up. Joshua Wilson gave Wyrley hope with a second half goal, but never looked like really getting back in the game. Man of the match […]

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Boldmere Falcons U17s 1 – 0 Wyrley Juniors U17s

by on Mar.29, 2009, under Ladies First Team

This was never going to be an easy match 1st v 2nd in the league, definately a 6 pointer.  With Boldmere unable to provide an earlier kick off than 12.30, Wyrley were without Kirsty and Ash, not a great start.  Boldmere started with the strong wind at their backs kicking long balls over the top giving Lauren […]

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