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WYRLEY LADIES RESERVES Match Report Sunday 22nd Feb 2009

by on Feb.27, 2009, under Ladies First Team

Stafford Town Ladies Reserves 3  Wyrley Ladies Reserves 2 A brave performance from the ladies, once again with a different line up due to injuries. Stafford went into an early lead in the 1st half and quickly made it 2 0 going into the break. Second half started and Wyrley hit back with a goal […]

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Lions Under 10s Fixtures – March 2009

by on Feb.26, 2009, under Under 15s Lions 13/14

Here are the fixtures for March:- 8th March – Aldridge Pumas (Away) – Aldridge Stick & Wicket Club, The Green, Aldridge (Shield) 10:30 KO 15th March – Alrewas Colts (Away) – All Saints C of E School, Furlong Close, Alrewas (League) 10:30 KO 22nd March – Boldmere Falcons Colts (Away) – Boldmere Sports & Social Club, […]

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Panthers U9s 1 v Gt Barr Harriers U9s 3

by on Feb.24, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

A reversal of the same match two weeks previous saw Harriers take revenge on the Panthers. An unfortunate o.g. by Jamie Wilson saw the Harriers take the lead after only six minutes. Nevertheless, Panthers continued to battle and got their just rewards two minutes before half time. A neat flick on by Tommy Bannister from […]

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Panthers U9s 1 v Shire Oak Bulletts U9s 0

by on Feb.24, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

Panthers secured a very narrow win following a gutsy display against a much improved Bulletts team. Early saves from George Bailey, coupled with some fine defending from Jack Miller-Flynn and in particular Jamie Wilson saw the visitors kept at bay. The second half was just as tight with the midfield seeing most of the play, […]

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