Wath Wanderers (Originally Brampton Welfare to August 1943) were a Nursery club run by Wolves and based in Yorkshire. They played in the Sheffield Association League, the Barnsley Intermediate League and the Mexborough Youth League, and was run by ex-Wolves player Mark Crook.
The club played home matches at Hough Lane (Wombwell) and trained at Cortenwood Welfare.
Wolves Northern Intermediate League team were based there and ran between 1950 to 1970.
Associated with both clubs
Tommy Asher, Joe Bonson, Terry Cooper, Mark Crook, Steve Daley, Doug Darby, Ron Flowers, Cyril Hannaby, Bob Hatton, Mike Kent, Ken Knighton, Peter Knowles, Maurice Kyle, Jimmy Lee, Dick Neal, Jack Short, Geoff Sidebottom, John Stainsby, Alan Sunderland, Roy Swinbourne, Ray Taylor, Joe Thomas, Jeff Wealands, Len Williams.
A few that got away
Alan Ball, Terry Cooper, Stan Charlesworth, Jack Charlton, Bobby Charlton, Peter Cook, Trevor Curchill, Mike Commons, Frank Hyde, Bill Webb.
A major undertaking will be underway shortly for Wath Wanderers itself with as many matches, results and players as possible.