The Club has some sad news and also happy news to share. 
The Club Mascot, Wyrley Bear, has gone to the big zoo for mascots in the sky, having served the club well for many years. We will miss that cheeky way he had. 
The great news is that his successor has been born and is growing rapidly at Chester Zoo – we now welcome WYRLEPHANT! He is a 14 stone elephant and growing rapidly!

Wyrlephant needs a name and we are launching a Christmas competition for children to give him a name eg Ellie the Wyrlephant. The winner will get a Wyrley club hat and scarf and 2 Walsall tickets. Closing date is Dec 24th. Leave name suggestions on here.

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    Wally the Wyrleyphant – Eloise Yates U12 Meerkats
    Willie the Wyrleyphant – Reuben Yates U9 Dragons

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