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Tag Archives: John Seedhouse
Touch and go yesterday (Saturday 19th September 2015) as Walsall Wood squared off against long-term opponents Boldmere St Micheals, but the best team won and it’s good to see the Woodmen getting back to winning ways at last.
Friend of the blog Mick Roseblade has kindly dropped me a line to ask if I’d publicise the funeral details for John Seedhouse, who passed away at his home recently – John was a well loved and greatly respected member of the community who will be remembered by many for his love of Walsall Wood FC, which he chaired for a while.
It was a wet and dull Bank holiday Monday, but the football was bright and entertaining as Boldmere St. Michaels drew with Walsall Wood FC at Church Road.