Happy Friday Everyone!

We hope you are all clocking up those miles, whether that be a daily walk, cycle, or run, with The Moors 4's fast approaching, it all counts!

And if you're out doing your bit but your kids aren't, then be sure to keep an eye out for our recently launched Fitness Friday for some great ideas to inspire your little ones.

Moors first-team striker Adam Rooney kicked things off in style last week, although it's safe to say his little lads Ezra and Levi stole the show!

Next up is Kathryn Pagan, forward for Solihull Moors Women and she has come up with a great way for kids to not only get involved but hone their close control too.

Take a look HERE

A great challenge for any budding football player, as good technique is so important, we wonder what the best score will be?!

Kathryn is a great example of how Moors' players can have a real impact on the club's aspiring footballers, helping to coach the Moors Wildcats as well as the girls' U13s team.

She is a brilliant role model and one of so many at the Moors!

Across the club, people who go above and beyond the line of duty can be found and our next shout out is to a person who is the true embodiment of that.

A True Solihull Moors Hero!

Introducing Kevin Redmond. This week Kev was selected as one of only 14 to be named as a Hometown Hero ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Hundreds of people were nominated so it is a great honour for Kevin to receive recognition for his continued commitment to championing community sport.

Kevin, coach of our Cerebral Palsy and Ability Counts U16 team, has always been determined in encouraging players to participate no matter their skill level.

Above anything else, inclusion is the key.

He adopts a real personal approach to training the players and his main goal is ensuring they all leave his sessions with a great big smile on their face!

On receiving this award, Kevin said:

And last but not least, time to announce Moors' Hero of the Week!

Another member of the Moors family who is willing to go the extra mile, Will Meakin has been a real asset to the Football & Education programme this year.

Will is the analyst for our young lads and has put the hours in helping them to develop not only as players but people too.

Congratulations Will, well deserved!

Acknowledging Will's great work for the club is the perfect way to round off another brilliant week for Moors both on and off the pitch.

There are so many unsung heroes attached to the Moors and it is amazing to see them being recognized not only by the club but also by those further afield.

As we have said before, The Moors 4's really is just the beginning of this incredible journey that the Foundation is soon to embark on.

It's brilliant to have so many people on board, it really is proof that together, we are stronger.

Time to Build a Legacy

Fund the Foundation

Continue the Journey

Carry on Moors' Story

The Moors 4's, an Event 4 All.