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Central Warwickshire Girls Football League U/16s Semi Final

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

Wyrley 0 Derby County 5  Wyrley had battled through 3 rounds to get to this stage, but were unfortunate that the draw pitched them against a team that has the pick of the County and who are unbeaten in 3 seasons. Despite this, Wyrley showed a great account of themselves by not letting their heads drop […]

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Panthers U9s 3 v Brownhills CC U9s 0

by on Mar.01, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

Only fifteen seconds had gone in this match before Ben Malpass forced his way into the Brownhills half. With no clear support Malpass launched a speculative shot from twenty yards which nestled nicely in the keepers bottom left corner (1-0). This appeared to lift a weight off Panthers’ shoulders and they began to play with […]

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Panthers U9s 2 v Gt Barr Harriers U9s 2 (FRIENDLY)

by on Mar.01, 2009, under Sunday Team 16/17

Panthers faced the same team who put three goals past them the previous week and an early defensive slip up allowed Harriers to take the lead. Nevertheless, Panthers dug deep with some excellent midfield battling from Kaine Garratt, Thomas Williamson & Jack Miller-Flynn and were very unlucky to go two behind early in the second […]

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Central Warwickshire Girls Football League U/17s League Cup Semi Final

by on Feb.28, 2009, under Ladies First Team

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