Interested in trying a new sport and meeting people? Come along to our free taster sessions aimed at beginners on Tuesday 23rd and 30th July. They will take place at Malbank School sports hall, Nantwich (CW5 5HD) from 8.00pm to 9.30pm. Everyone (age 14+) is welcome!
We’re a friendly club, always on the lookout for new players. Korfball is a mixed-sex team sport with similarities to netball and basketball but with unique features. Everybody gets to play in both attack and defence and it’s great fun to play!
Come along and give it a try!
Crewe & Nantwich Korfball Club is looking for new players!
Korfball is a mixed gender sport with similarities to netball and basketball but many unique features. Our friendly, sociable team is running taster sessions which are free to attend – to find out more, visit our stall at the Societies Spectacular event in Nantwich Town Centre on Saturday 20th July from 9am to 2pm or contact the club via firstname.lastname@example.org #nantwich #whatsoninnantwich #thingstodoinnantwich #genderequality #sport #cheshire
Looking for something new to try? If you’re looking for a fun, sociable activity then come and see us at the Societies Spectacular event in Nantwich Town Centre on Saturday 21st July (9am until 2pm) to find out more about korfball.
If you can’t make it but are still interested just send us an email via email@example.com. We train every Tuesday from 8.00pm to 9.30pm at Malbank School, Welsh Row in Nantwich (CW5 5HD) and are delighted to welcome new players.
Following on from the email you should have all received, please find attached below the various bits and bobs in advance of tonight’s meeting. See you there!
AGM Agenda 22.07.2014 CaNKorf
Chairs Report 2014
CaNKorf Report 2014
CaNKorf AGM 16.07.13
All members please check your inboxes for relevant information for the upcoming AGM at Malbank 22nd July 2014. Executive Officer reports will be available via email and uploaded onto the website (as in past years) for you to read before the event.
Anyone wishing to stand for a committee post, please contact Eleanor on firstname.lastname@example.org with a short statement for why you’d like the post.
Training on the night will consist of a warm up, short match play for all attending, and then shortened to allow for the AGM (don’t worry how long you’ve been coming for, all are welcome and everyone’s vote counts!)
See you Tuesday
Well… we’ve always been called Crewe AND Nantwich Korfball Club, and now we’re getting out and about into both towns to reach out to as many locals as possible!
From Monday 4th November 2013, in addition to our training sessions at South Cheshire College (Crewe), we will be running taster/beginner sessions at Malbank School, Nantwich. Initially these sessions will unfortunately be adult only (14years +) as they take place 8.45-9.45pm, however in the long term we would love to expand to include juniors too!
To take part, come along to a session, either Monday or Tuesday night, get your first few sessions for free, and just give it a go! You don’t need any specialist equipment, or prior knowledge of the sport.
Castle Korfball club have Newcastle Under Lyme college booked on the afternoon of 28th July and are planning on hosting a friendly training session/match/korfball related mess-about. Everyone is invited, just let us know if you’re interested so that we can have a rough idea of numbers to expect!
Training is back to normal at South Cheshire College from next week (Tuesday 14th August) and will remain this way until we next take a break (Christmas).
On a side note if anyone is interested in an extra training session next week, Castle Korfball Club are having some guests at their Wednesday night session and have kindly invited any Crewe players to join them for free. Radio Stoke presenters will be giving Korfball a go, and then putting together a sound bite or segment on the experience so it would be good to get as many friendly faces there as possible. Training is 8-10 at Keele University Sports Centre (the wooden-floored hall)
See you all at training! 😀
Well played to everyone at last week’s training-a really good session in which everyone showed improvement in several areas of attack and defence and a close game to finish!
I’ve just had word from South Cheshire that they are closing next week for their summer break so training will not be held. It will resume at SCC on 14th August for both adults and juniors. In the meantime we’re currently looking to secure an alternative venue. Please check your emails and the website for an update as soon as it becomes available!
Sunday 13th May saw our second trip up to Sale Leisure Centre for a late start, and an even later finish!
The first match was the SaCKA derby against Castle. Captain James chose divisions, putting himself with Lee, Sarah and Sophie and Julia, Michela, Dave and Kev making up the other division. Castle split themselves with Tom, Ben (Weeman), Emily and Marie against James’ division and Dave Webb, Mike, Christine and Eleanor (traitor) against Kev’s.
The game seemed to fly by, despite Castle’s team talk before the starting whistle seeming to suggest they would have an easy time of it, the play was tough, evenly matched and certainly not easy! Plenty of shots went in from all directions but the final scoreline didn’t reflect either this, or the game in general – being 9 – 3 to Castle. (would have been 5 – 3 without the traitor!)
The second match against a Manchester City side looked to be a very tough one on paper. They had some serious experience- especially the boys. Depsite this, we pulled our own game up and played very well. Unfortunately in the end, the experience showed through and the final scoreline was 17-8. Special mention to Kev for being a demon in attack and defence (he seemed to cover the entire court), to Dale for playing well against some tough physical opposition and to Julia for pretending to hurt her finger to come off for a rest after 5 minutes of playing! Divisions were Lee, Dave, Michela and Eleanor/Julia, and Kev, Dale, Sarah and Sophie.
Well played all who took part, with some good results (certainly made both Castle and Manchester City work very hard for their goals), hopefully more to come in a fortnight!