Under 17s Girls were delighted to receive a new Away kit from Staffordshire Youth Service as an early Xmas present. The following is an extract from Staffordshire Police website: –
During school holidays, officers from Watling Neighbourhood Policing Unit (NPU) have teamed up with the local Youth Service to run football training sessions for local young people – with the support of Keith Hardy, Chair of Wyrley Juniors.
Sessions have been held recently at Great Wyrley Performing Arts School and Moathall Primary School, with youngsters from 5 years to 16 years enjoying the facilities.
The holiday football training is advertised in local media, through local newsletters and posters and anyone interested in attending should keep a watch for future dates.
PCS0 16762 Andy Poxon said: “The training has proved really popular for both boys and girls and it’s a great opportunity for officers and the Youth Service to meet local young people.”
To show appreciation for the support given by Mr Hardy, the Youth Service has sponsored a new strip for the Under 17’s Wyrley Juniors Football team.
The Girls have also received a new home kit, kindly sponsored by Diode Electrics Limited, where Stuart Clews is a Director. Photo to follow, but in the meantime the girls thank both sponsors for their kind generosity.
Pictured below, some of the girls sporting their new away kit.