The first weekend of the club’s annual tournament was a great success!!
The ordered warm weather arrived!
Matches went completely to schedule with everything cleared away by 5.00 on Sunday afternoon.
The format of every team competing in the U6s to U9s getting to a semi final was very warmly received.
The tournament app, used to keep up to date with fixtures, scores and league positions was an innovative introduction and cut down massively on paper.
Teams played the format they are playing next season – i.e. a great opportunity to try new formations for existing U8s and U10s.
Quality programme again.
Professional first aid
All cars parked on site.

But most of all we enabled nearly 1000 young people to play sport and have fun in a safe environment.

A kind message from Cresswell U8s boys: – “I would just like to thank each and every Wyrley volunteer for making the tournament so special yesterday. Great format with all teams getting a chance to play semi finals. Well run, well organised thank you so much.”

Many thanks go to the parents, managers and committee members for giving up their time. In particular: –

Karis and Sam Foreman
Darren and Michelle Lowbridge
Pete and Joanna Thomas and Seb and Spencer
Will Meredith
The Michael family
Lee Painter
Lee Collins
Gavin Sutton
Lee and Rachel Arnold
Darren Beech
Adam and Adam from U12s
Andy Clarke
Rich Newton
Chris Tranter and his assistant
Mark Smallman and Adam
Kev Hadwen
First Team players
Dave Evans and parent
Matt Dodd
Lloyd James and daughter Liberty
Reece Allen
Tom Lloyd
U10s Panthers
James Stanley
Warriors managers and parents
Lee Richardson
Theresa Hilton and Tina Kaur
Trish Bradley
Scott Cooper
Shaun Dale
Richard Armstrong
Dave Youd and Jody Yates
Steve Willis and Sophie Willis
Kate and Graham Foreman

If we have missed anyone out – apologies. Message us and we will amend the post.


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