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Back to Netball

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Find your way back to netball with our Back to Netball sessions!  

Running across England since 2010, over 60,000 women have taken part in Back to Netball sessions and have felt the benefits of getting involved!

From losing weight, developing your cardiovascular system and improving muscle tone, taking part in Back to Netball is great way to look after your body and make some great new friends

Our Back to Netball sessions give all women of all ages a gentle re-introduction to the sport.  Run by passionate and enthusiastic coaches, sessions cover the basics of the game including passing, footwork and shooting.  Sessions finish with a friendly game to put the skills you have learnt into practice

You don’t need any special kit, just clothes that you feel comfortable exercising in and trainers ideally that lace up. Make sure you bring some water and that you’ve had a snack a couple of hours before hand, something like our lovely sponsors Mrs Crimbles flapjacks or a banana so you’ve got plenty of energy

Sessions start Friday 27th April between 7.00pm and 8.00pm at Kings School, Ottery St Mary outdoor courts and sessions cost just £2!

If you would like any more information contact us here  or call Sarah on 07540126598

We look forward to seeing you there!

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