Team kit sponsored by Salsa and PSP Data Communications Ltd. Youth Korfball
Youth training sessions June 2009 – June 2010.

PLEASE GET IN TOUCH IF YOU ARE A LOCAL SCHOOL TEACHER, YOUTH LEADER (OR POTENTIAL JUNIOR MEMBER) TO DISCUSS TASTER SESSIONS IN YOUR LOCAL AREA Korfball was originally developed by a Dutch school teacher in 1902, as a sport that would encourage cooperation between boys and girls at his school. It remains ideal for school-aged kids today, so CaNKorf formed its own Junior section in 2009. We would also like to get korfball introduced into the curriculum (and extra-curriculum) at as many schools as possible, and would love to hear from any teachers or assistants who could help us to do this. CaNKorf’s Junior section is not currently active, however those aged 14 years old and above can join in with the adult section.

When and where we play

Please get in touch with us if you are interested in joining. The  club meets on Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm in the main sports hall at Malbank School, Welsh Row, Nantwich CW5 5HD.

What do you need to play?

You don’t need any special equipment to play korfball – just wear regular sports gear. It’s also a good idea to bring a bottle of water along so that you can have a drink during the breaks. New players under 18 will need to fill out a parental consent form, giving us contact details and details of any medical conditions, etc.

How much does it cost?

The first two training sessions are free to allow you to try the sport to see if you like it before you join.

There are options to pay for training on a weekly or monthly basis. Training fees cover the cost of affiliation to England Korfball, hall hire and equipment. For further information about fee rates including concessions speak with the Club Treasurer.

Ready to give it a go, or need some more info?

If you’re interested in giving this a go, but just need a bit more information, please contact James on 07969 554039, email cankorf@googlemail.com  or fisherman308@hotmail.co.uk, or post a reply/enquiry/comment below.

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