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What a pleasure

by on Jan.18, 2009, under Young Lions Wednesdays 22/23

I coached the academy yesterday, as Stuart was on a course. What a pleasure it was, a lovely bunch of young players and I had forgotten how enthusiastic they are at that age. It really took me back to basics which was great. Good luck to all the players at the academy and thanks for […]

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Aston Villa Under 16s Girls 0 Wyrley Juniors Under 16s Girls 7

by on Jan.17, 2009, under Girls Under 18s 10/11

Despite the scoreline, this was not one of Wyrley’s better performances against a team that did not field a full 11. Street of Shadows movie Wyrley started brightly and opened the scoring after 5 minutes with a thumping header by Cath Davis from an Emily Quimby cross. Rachel Hall slotted home the second before Laura Cumberledge […]

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Ferndale U17s 2 – 3 Wyrley Juniors Girls U17s

by on Jan.17, 2009, under Ladies First Team 22/23

First match after the xmas break, would the girls play well after all that pudding? 6 min in and the answer seemed to be no as goalkeeper Lauren Cresswell spilt the ball and ferndale pounced on the ball and put it into the net.  That seemed to be the wake up call wyrley were waiting for as […]

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Wyrley Juniors kit donations reach Africa!

by on Jan.13, 2009, under Community Work

Kits donated by teams within Wyrley Juniors have now reached underprivileged communities in Ghana and Mozambique. Pictured above are children in Mozambique who were delighted with their kits. Please continue to donate spare, unused or too small kit and boots via Andy Parfitt, the Club’s Kits to Africa liaison officer. Thanks must be given to Andy for […]

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