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Only 17 Days to go to Fun Run/Fun Day!!

by on Feb.04, 2009, under Fun Day/Run 21 Feb 09

A short reminder to every manager, player and parent that there is only 17 days to go to the Fun Run and Fun Day at Long Lane – please see full details under the Events tab. The Club does need EVERYONE’S support for this event please – continue getting those sponsors in! Remember, 50% of […]

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MINI SOCCER TEAM OF THE MONTH.

by on Feb.02, 2009, under Under 17s Jaguars 17/18

Great White Appetite download Sunday 1st February 2009 Despite arctic conditions and a minuscule pitch the Jaguars unbeaten run continued with a hard fought draw against a solid Wasps side. The Jags started brightly against the wind but their usual passing game was hampered by the lack of space and it wasn’t long before the […]

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Wyrley Ladies Reserves Lose their 1st league match

by on Feb.02, 2009, under Ladies First Team

Sunday 1st February 2009 Russell Howard Live download Newcastle Ladies 3  Wyrley Ladies Reserves 0 Wyrley lost their 100% league record against a strong Newcastle side who took advantage of their small pitch, which had a good slope and also of the second half blizzard like conditions. After losing the toss Wyrley had a slight […]

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Latest Wyrley Scarf Photo!

by on Feb.02, 2009, under Girls Under 18s 10/11

Further to Andy Parfitt’s recent challenge to find Wyrley scarves in strange places, the Hardy family found the above Snowgorilla in their back garden – complete with Wyrley scarf!! Snowgorilla designed and created by Gareth and Sophie Hardy. Any more scarves in strange places? download Superman: Doomsday buy Coronation Street: Out of Africa buy Plutopia […]

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