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19th May, 2019: Wolverhampton have won the Chase Trophy by beating Rugeley 3.0 - 1.0!
15th May, 2019: Wolverhampton have retained the Humphrey's Trophy by beating Rushall 3.0 - 1.0. We still await the outcome of the Chase Trophy final. Wolverhampton have also entered three teams in the Birmingham Summer League (Open, 560 Max and 480 Max Divisions). Details can be found here:
26th April, 2019: The club's Birmingham League team finished the season in style by beating Bushbury 5.5 - 0.5. NB. There will be a full season review published here after the club has played it's two remaining tournament finals. This should be around May 15, or soon after.
12th April, 2019: They have done it again!
11th April, 2019: WDCL A Team win last match. What may have been with a few matches lost which could just have been won?
5th April, 2019: Birmingham League team beat Redditch. SECURES DIVISION 1 STATUS FOR 2019-2020 SEASON!
2nd April, 2019: The Birmingham League team lost to a strong and title-seeking Walsall Kipping on Monday. However, the club is in the final of the Chase Trophy (CDCL) and may face *Rugeley for the silverware (*to be confirmed).
29th March, 2019: Two shock results. Mixed fortunes for Wolverhampton. The WDCL Division 1 A Team lost to a much weaker Lichfield team, but the 'B's' were given a golden opportunity to win Division 3 due to the Halesowen C Team also suffering a shock defeat to the Walsall Kipping C Team. Are some players already dreaming of their Summer holidays and (mentally) far away?
15th March, 2019: Gordon Sands has been beaten in his Bidgood Trophy semi-final game. The only outstanding club member who is part of any of the regional competitions for individuals is Geoff Rosser. He remains a contender for the Robert Ward Plate.
14th March, 2019: The Cannock League team drew their final game against Bushbury on March 7th. Chris Cox lost his Robert Ward Trophy semi-final game.
13th March, 2019: The WDCL A Team got hammered by Stourbridge today. This ends any hope of League 1 glory and consigns the team to a mid-table finish at best. But there is no danger of relegation.
5th March, 2019: There is news of a FIDE rated team blitz tournament to be held at the club on Thursday, May 2nd. More details can be found on the WDCL website.
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