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U9 Netball Team Participates in Annual Friendlies

Learning basic rules, skills, tactics and game etiquette

  • U9 Netball Team Participates in Annual Friendlies
  • U9 Netball Team Participates in Annual Friendlies
  • U9 Netball Team Participates in Annual Friendlies
  • U9 Netball Team Participates in Annual Friendlies

The last couple of Wednesdays has seen the U9 Netball teams travelling to Dulwich for the annual netball friendlies. The idea behind the matches is to have fun and learn the basic rules, skills, tactics and etiquette of the game. It is always such a successful event and it is thoroughly enjoyed by everyone who participates, watches or umpires.

Marlborough, Avondale, TTS along with ourselves and Dulwich are some of the teams that have participated this season. 

Well done to all those who took part. I hope you now have the `Netball Bug'.

Lorraine Good
PE Teacher