Dates For Your New Calendar
Sporting Days And Nights With A Wolves Twist
Some dates for the diaries of Wolves supporters – especially those whose sporting interests stretch beyond only football…….
The third Steve Bull Foundation winter golf day takes place at Worfield on Thursday, February 27, with the cost for a team of four (including a goody bag, bacon rolls, tea/coffee and a presentation dinner) set at £250. All the information is available from Steve Bull Events – or we will happily provide more details on request.
The fairways are also set to take a pounding with the second staging of the First4Staff Golf Classic on Thursday, May 22, again at prestigious Astbury Hall.
Twenty-six teams competed last year, when £10,000 was raised for Breakthrough Breast Cancer, and the theme this time will be pink, with organiser Jason Guy’s partner Lucy having suffered from the disease.
A host of former Wolves players will be in attendance and prices start at £295 for a team – that figure to include a champagne breakfast, a goody bag, 18 holes of golf with prizes for the more successful, on-course refreshments, various competitions, a two-course barbeque and entertainment by Steve Daley.
The day is again being sponsored by Zeel Solutions, a close partner of First4Staff, and we are once more happy to act as go-betweens for those seeking further information.
Two football matches with a strong charity ‘angle’ are also planned for the coming weeks, both involving Wolves All Stars.
The side are in action at Pattingham on Sunday, March 16, in a game being played in aid of Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
And they can be seen again a month and a half later when they appear at Castlecroft on Sunday, April 27 (2pm kick-off), with Breakthrough Breast Cancer the beneficiaries once more.
More details of the team’s commitments can be found shortly on their www.wolvesallstars.co.uk website.
One other date of possible interest to Wolves fans is a dinner on Friday, April 4, 2014 with Don Goodman and Steve Daley in attendance.
This sportsman’s evening takes place at Darlaston Town Hall and has Wolves-supporting comedian Ian Sludge Lees as compere. The event is a fund-raiser to try to help restart Darlaston Town Football Club after they folded this season following a 139-year existence.