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Lions Under 10’s February Fixtures 2009

by on Jan.27, 2009, under Under 15s Lions 13/14

February’s Fixtures are as follows 1st February – Away (Ridgeway Primary School) – Chase Stags FC – (League) 8th February – Away (Aldridge Stick and Wicket Club) – Aldridge Pumas FC – (Shield) 15th February – Home (Harrisons) – Cannock Town Jnrs – (Shield) 22nd February – Away (St. Josephs School) – AFC Cannock Town Jnrs […]

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Cougars 5 – APR 2

by on Jan.25, 2009, under Men Reserves 14/15

Cougars progressed into the semi finals of the league cup with a victory over APR . Cougars went behind twice  but showed great character to take control of the secound half , creating chance after chance with the pressure finally telling.  Josh cowley ,Theo Briody , Luke Childs on debut and Joe Mccann finally on […]

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Under 10s Lions Fancy Dress Theme for Fun Run.

by on Jan.25, 2009, under Under 15s Lions 13/14

Just a reminder that Wyrley Juniors Lions Under 10’s fancy dress theme will be ‘Pirates’. There will be a prize for the best dressed pirate in the team along with the player that collects the most sponsorship money. As this is a family fun day parents are encouraged to bring along as many family and friends as they […]

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Wyrley Juniors Lions – Under 10’s Match Report 25th January 2009

by on Jan.25, 2009, under Under 15s Lions 13/14

Wyrley Juniors Lions (2) V’s Alrewas Colts (6) Raising Cain full movie   The Stöned Age rip Conditions were not ideal but even so both teams played extremely well. Alrewas colts started off really well scoring the two goals in the first half of the match. Wyrley got into the game the second half scoring […]

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