Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supportive and friendly environment. A game of Walking Netball is for all ages and abilities and every session contains a gentle warm-up. It's a great way to meet people and socialise too!
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Around 11 million people or 20% of the population in the UK have a disability. England Netball is committed to the inclusion of people of all abilities to enjoy the benefits of netball that include positive mental health and wellbeing, social and confidence outcomes.
Make 2017 your year to make a difference for the good of your health, you don't need to run a marathon or climb a mountain… making small changes to your daily routine can make all the difference.
This year we are inviting you to add bite size activities into your working day, ten minutes is all you need to a healthier, happier you!
There are some real tangible benefits to Sports Clubs, Organisations and Athletes if they can make the most of social media. Developing a network of followers helps to create awareness and improves your communications to members, parents and supporters alike. Social Media can help you increase your membership and even help with possible fund raising potential through Crowdfunding!
Wiltshire County FA are delivering an FA England Talent Day as part of the FA’s Talent Identification Programme (TIP) to support the development of young football players with a disability. The England Talent Day will enable FA TIP staff to suitably identify and signpost players into the ‘right’ environment at that point in time. For some players this will lead onto a 6 week assessment and signposting period.
This opportunity is for players aged 12-16 with a disability. The aim is to identify suitable playing opportunities from grassroots clubs to FA England Development Squads.
In the end the South West secured an easy win over the South East 52 - 16, including no less than 14 players from the University of Gloucestershire after a comfortable half-time lead 30 - 6. The South West didn't have it all their own way after Craig Winfield went over for a try early on, converted by Joe Glover by the South East. It was a tight opening quarter but second row Connor Jones managed to find a gap out wide, converted by half back Ben Stead. Connor Jones almost got a second try after a good break by loose forward Danny Fallon but was taken out with a last ditch tackle a few metres from the line.
Mara Yamauchi, two-time Olympian and the UK's second-fastest female marathon runner of all time, will give a presentation on the marathon. She will talk about all aspects of preparing for a marathon including training, race preparation, nutrition & hydration, rest & recovery and injury-prevention. Since retiring in 2013, Mara has qualified as a coach and will also talk about her coaching experience. There will be plenty of time for questions at the end of her talk.
The Wiltshire Athletics Association have confirmed the schedule for the 2017 Wiltshire Road Race League. The league features 10 races with the best 8 scoring to count. This is a reduction of two which was agreed at the last WAA meeting to try to reduce fixture congestion and to maximise participation and engagement with the league.
Please see the fixtures below:
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