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 email@example.com #nantwich #whatsoninnantwich #thingstodoinnantwich #genderequality #sport #cheshire
On Saturday 4th August we’re offering parkrunners (and regular park users) the chance to try their hand at korfball. Come along to Queen’s Park in Crewe from 8.30am to 10.30am and see if you can score in the 3.5m high post – a unique challenge! Korfball is an inclusive, mixed gender sport and we’re raising awareness of our club in the local area. Come and talk to us about it!
Venue details: Queen’s Park (near the bandstand), Victoria Avenue, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 7SE
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
We’re a friendly club, always on the lookout for new players. If you are new to the sport come along to training and we’ll give you a free introduction.
We train every Tuesday from 8.00pm to 9.30pm at Malbank School, Welsh Row in Nantwich (CW5 5HD). If you want to know more please send an email to: email@example.com
During October, 2016 free taster sessions are being held in the Sports Hall at Reaseheath College, Nantwich (CW5 6DF) from 8.00pm to 9.00pm.
Beginners, including Reaseheath staff and students, are welcome to come along and try the sport for the first time! If you want to know more please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crewe & Nantwich is hosting a mini tournament + come and try korfball event. Everybody’s welcome and it’s free for beginners!
Date/time: Saturday 7th May 2016, 12pm – 3pm
Venue: Astroturf pitch at Barony Park, Nantwich CW5 5QY
No need to bring anything – just turn up and we’ll introduce you to korfball, a fun team sport for men and women to play.
Flyer – AstroKorf at the Barony, 7thMay2016
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 email@example.com 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
Sorry it’s a bit late avid news-readers but here it is: the first match report of 2014!
Played on Sunday at home against Keele (with guest star Dave Attwood from Castle), CaNKorf faced a toughie, managing to scrape together a team of 7 with some special Salop-korf guest stars Josh and Hannah and returning wildcard Matt – the team had never played together before and, with a player down it didn’t look good!
First goal went to CaNKorf (thank goodness!) and from the end of 3 too – what luck! After that goals were traded pretty evenly in the first half, but CaNKorf managed to pull through with our more “experienced” (ha ha) players showing they’re made of stern stuff and by half time the score was 7-3 to… us! Hoorah!
Unfortunately, as anyone ever having played short will tell you, the second half is the toughest, you have to dig deep and keep pushing. Mistakes are easy to make and with Neil, Josh and Eleanor having to push through doing the work of an extra person we did well to hold the score for a good 5 minutes, and then – hoorah again! After a mighty effort from the boys and girls in orange and green the final score was (somehow) 12-4 with goals coming from Josh (2), Neil (2), Sarah (2), Eleanor (2) and the mighty Pete (4) – no goals for Hannah and Matt but their efforts more than proved themselves in defence where nothing got past them.
Next up: away v Castle Sunday 9th Feb