• U12’s Though to Cup Semi
  • Christmas Hamper Raffle
  • Wolf Pack sticking together
  • Away win for U15’s on Remembrance Sunday
  • Bonfire and Firework Night

U12’s Though to Cup Semi

Our Under 12’s are through to the semi-final of the cup after beating Colton 5-3 on penalties.  The game finished 3-3 at FT with goals from Sam Cheney, Lucas Noble and Jack Harris for Woodkirk. Penalties are always a nervy affair but Woodkirk came through with flying colours with George Painter, Nathan Goodwill, Harrison Tyldsley, Lucas Noble and Joel Stead-Wilson all scoring from the spot. The lads look great in…

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Christmas Hamper Raffle

  Our U15 boys team are raffling two Christmas hampers to raise funds for their football tour in 2019. The adult hamper (above) is £2 per ticket and the kids hamper (below) is £1 per ticket. If you would like to purchase a ticket please contact Caroline Stott on cazestott@hotmail.co.uk Thank you for your support.

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Wolf Pack sticking together

The Under 16s Girls go into the festive season with a top of the table clash with Queensbury Celtic, the first meeting away from home was a very one sided affair.  Strong recent results have seen Queensbury firmly into second spot with just the defeat to Woodkirk separating the teams, so this could prove a different test as they too had a good result against the Mustangs.   The U16s…

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Bonfire and Firework Night

Another fantastic firework and bonfire event was held on Saturday 3rd November 2017.  Families from all over the community gathered at The Den as once again Woodkirk Valley hosted one of the  largest Firework displays and Bonfire. People of all ages braved the cold and wrapped up warm for the event on Saturday evening and warmed themselves in front of the traditional gigantic bonfire before enjoying the spectacular twenty-minute pyrotechnic…

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Two Hat-Trick as U15’s Cruise to Away Win

Sunday 21st October 2018 – Wrenthorpe vs Woodkirk Valley U15’s This years Division 2 is proving to be a competitive league and Woodkirk’s away performance last week to North East Leeds proved the point as they were on the wrong end of a 5-1 scoreline.  It was a poor performance from the lads and one they were looking to put right this morning. With Ben still out injured and Louie…

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Wolves see off the Bantams

Saturday 13th October saw Woodkirk U16s play in the first round of the cup against Bradford City Girls.  Bradford who have had a good start to the season would be a stern test for the girls following on from the strong display against Worksop Town.  Unfortunately Bradford had a number of injuries from a squad of 15 with 2 girls picking up the sickness bug the night before the game. …

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Woodkirk U15’s 3 -2 Garforth Rangers

After a poor first half display by Woodkirk’s standards, our U15’s played some quality football in the second period and deservedly beat Garforth Rangers in this GJFL match. The game started positively enough for Woodkirk, Brad continued his continued his good early season form and goal scoring after converting a cross from Tulips. 1-0 Woodkirk on 6 mins. Following the goal the game became very scrappy and the quality of…

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Wolves beat Stallions

Following last weeks away win against the Chargers, Woodkirk stepped out on their home ground at Manor Croft to take on the Stallions.  Much the same as their sister team, the Stallions looked to get the ball forward at every opportunity and in footballing terms, Woodkirk were far the better team.  However, the Stallions competed well in each and every challenge and their lone striker provided them with real strength…

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