Through the support of EnergiseMe, yBall will be running session throughout the year.


yBall  a fun based, catch and pivot, non-impact sport played to music. 

A blend of American football & Netball.
We  feel  it  can  make  a  difference  at  all  level with  our  all-inclusive gender/ ages style  of  game-play, 
a  local  and  fresh  twist  to  the  sporting  norm.


As seen on TV, Played by the England Rugby & Football team in there training sessions.

And once again the England Rugby team are off to a flying start.

yBall is great for hand to eye skills, speed, plus movement within any game.

The first taster session,



Energise Me exists to beat inactivity. Evidence shows that even a small amount of regular physical activity or sport can make a significant difference to the wellbeing of the people and the communities we serve; so we want to help you get up and get moving.

The EnergiseMe objectives

To promote community participation in sport and healthy recreation for the benefit of everyone living in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.  They want to secure a healthier, brighter future for all our communities.

How are they going to do this:

  • By working with and through local agencies to increase levels of participation in sport and physical activity.
  • Promoting and providing programmes and services for sport, recreation, physical activity, informal education and other leisure time activities for healthy recreation.
  • Promoting and providing facilities and services for recreational, sporting or other leisure time activities in the interests of the people of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight – whoever they are and whatever their needs.
  • Improving and maintaining good health and well-being through participation in healthy recreation.
  • Promoting and providing education, training and coaching courses which promote physical health and fitness.
  • Facilitating and providing impact evaluation, performance measurement and intelligence on sport, recreation, physical activity and wider health and well-being for the benefit of our communities and the people in them.

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      Strategy :

Wants everybody to experience the benefits that taking part in sport and physical activity brings, including:

  • Mental wellbeing
  • Physical wellbeing
  • Individual development
  • Economic development
  • Social and community development.


People take part in sport and physical activity in different ways, with many doing a range of activities.

From traditional team sports to activities like walking or going to the gym.

At yBall we are building a sport that caters for everyone.

 a new team sport that anyone can participant in.



Over the year the game has been involved, with many groups able bodied, and non able bodied. 

With players as young as 7yrs to nearly 60. We are committed to the drive, of an ACTIVE NATION.



Benefits that taking part in sport and physical activity brings, including:

  • Mental wellbeing
  • Physical wellbeing
  • Individual development
  • Economic development
  • Social and community development.      

    What is yBall?

    yBall focuses on Fun in sports

    yBall  is a catch and pivot, non- impact sport. We feel it can make a difference at all level with our all-inclusive gender/ ages style of game-play, a local and fresh twist to the sporting norm.

    In short, the yBall game is a hybrid combination of  American football, netball and Ozi Rule that provides an intense yet intuitive game that everyone can enjoy. Playable by all and on any terrain it is designed to embrace existing sports enthusiasts and people less keen on activities.

    Sessions every Wednesday outside by the Littledown Astro  pitch 19.00/20.00



A storming week, so far with yBall sports.

Tuesday was the second visit, to New Milton Rec. with Fourteen player of all ages, some mums playing with there children, and some teenagers.

Wednesday would see yBall at Bournemouth University delivering session to 60+, NCS Students. athen finishing the night at the littledown Astro pitches, again playing yball in the Community. Shout out go’s too Elsa Jo Reggie,  Sam, Issac, Iwona, Tomek, Dawidowicz, Monika, Kinga, Ogorek, Nicola, Maja a great night played at a good pace.


 Sport England has launched its new strategy today, Towards an Active Nation, 

More than one in four people in England (28 per cent) do less than 30 minutes of physical activity a week. But research shows that those who do the least activity stand to benefit the most, even if it’s just small changes like gentle jogging, swimming or playing rounders in the park.

As well as continuing to support people who already play sport, there will be a much greater emphasis on groups who are typically much less active such as women, disabled people and those from lower-socio-economic backgrounds. 

Being active helps towards Physical and mental welbeing  Sport can bring communities together, improve physical and mental wellbeing and make a significant contribution to the economy. 

A healthier, happier nation. As well as getting inactive people involved we want to give children a great experience of sport at an early age, encouraging them to participate through life and enjoy all the positives sport brings.” In the new strategy to get children and young people active from the age of five.

Most of us in England took part in sport and physical
activity at some point last year But for every person who regularly
takes part in sport and physical activity.

There is at least one with good intentions who struggles to convert their motivations
into action.They might buy the trainers or sign up for an event but never turn up. Or they might get stuck in sport’s revolving door,sometimes in but just as often out, knocked off course by everyday influences like the weather, an unpredictable work pattern or a single missed session. Critically, many of them come from the under-represented groups that Sporting Future highlights.          
yBall  is  a  catch  and  pivot, non- impact  fun based sport . 

We  feel  yBall  can  make  a  difference  at  all  level with  our  all-inclusive  mixed team style  of  game-play, 
a  local  and  fresh  twist  to  the  sporting  norm.

yBall  is a hybrid combination of  American football, netball and Ozi Rule that provides an intense yet intuitive game that everyone can enjoy, plus played to music. Playable by all and on any terrain it’s designed to embrace existing sports enthusiasts and for the less keen on activities. 

Why yBall.

Because both 
England Rugby & England Football,
Use yBall in there training system.
as seen on TV.






Over the years, through playing yBall we have met some fantastic students and each and every one has some value to add to the lives of others, But they don’t even know it as yet until they jump onto the NCS train.

NCS For Your Teen

NCS is proven to have a massive impact on young people’s lives.

Jermain’s Story

“I loved NCS – going away in the summer, getting to meet new friends. Being able to speak in front of people was very daunting to me at a young age, NCS has

developed that skill of confidence.”

Jade’s Story

“She met some wonderful people which she’s still in contact with now, like a big family! She came back from that a very confident person. I’m proud,
extremely proud”.

Karen, parent of Jade, NCS grad

yBall will be at the littedown tonight at 17.00/18.00

First session is free




The yBall team will be launching, their new community sessions of games on the recreation grounds, every Tuesday evening, this month at 17.00/18.00 


Please come on down and show your support, to your community.  

It’s going to be fun and games, with some music thrown in 



The Bournemouth University Relays team, plus the yBall team, will entertain around 150 students from NCS, with team building games, a tour of the university, and a full day of yBall games. Running from 9.00/ 15.30 

Then later Tonight the yBall season kick off at the Littledown Bournemouth.



The bumper family fun weekend returns to Bournemouth in July, providing families and visitors with a jumbo weekend of free entertainment and activities to look forward to.

On Saturday 28 July 2018 the Bumper Family Fun Weekend kicks off beside the seaside at Bournemouth Pavilion. Hosted on the theatre’s outdoor terrace, it promises a fun-filled day for all the family.


“The Bournemouth Pavilion Family Fun Day will entertain both the little and big kids among us, says event organiser Paul Griffiths.

“With lots of free activities for local families and visitors alike. I’m particularly looking forward to a great day on the terrace”.

There will be plenty for little ones to get involved with, from dance and drama workshops led by Pavilion Dance South West and Pavilion Youth Theatre to Terrace Tales – an interactive storytelling performance with our nautical storytellers Pirate Polly, Mermaid Molly and Scuba Stan.

A children’s entertainer and inflatable pirateship will be there for children to play on. And a variety of stalls offering an array of things to buy and see will be on display, including face painting and arts and crafts.

Live music will be playing throughout the day with tasty food and refreshments served from the Terrace Café. The Bournemouth Pavilion Family Fun Day will be bursting with lots of great things to see and do.

On Sunday 29 July 2018 the fun continues at Littledown Park. Event organiser, Natalie McMullen  adds;

“New attractions at Littledown this year will include again ; yBall on the Astro Pitch Little Landies for the children to drive, the 360° Science Dome show featuring volcanoes, you can meet Dino the dinosaur plus Minky Moos are bringing along Kylo Ren, Princess Leia as well as Superheroes and Princesses. There will be Nerf Wars and a Mini Big Top with an ariel hoop for all ages to try, along with slacklining and a tumble run, plus the chance to learn circus skills. Football coaching and a shoot out from Littledown Juniors will also be available, or try our free family classes including Zumba, Circuits and Yoga. Plus, there’s new fairground inflatable attractions.”

There will be returning favourites as well including; the Inflatable Zone, Zorb Football, Battle Zone Archery, a Falconry Display, Crazy Creatures, Sand Art and Clay Workshops, amazing martial arts, gymnastic and dance displays.

For the foodies amongst us Natalie adds:

“There will be delicious food including wood fired pizza, Mexican street food, hog roast, bratwurst sausage stall, gourmet burgers, crêpes, waffles, and milkshakes.”

Clockwork Jukebox will be returning this year playing an eclectic mix of classic and contemporary hits from the past and present live on the terrace.

For an up to date list of attractions and further information visit Facebook: Littledown Family Fun Day 2018 and Bournemouth Pavilion Family Fun Day.

Admission to both events is free, however there are charges for refreshments and some activities.

On the BBC new’s last night, was the England Football team playing yBall in the back ground, like the England Rugby team.


Why yBall?

yBall focuses on “ABC‘s”


This is the direct quote sent to me, from the BBC1 sports presenter MIKE BUSHEL.

The new England coach Eddie Jones told me he loved the feature and the look of yBall and will use it in his training sessions…will spread the word. 

yBall is now based in Branksome Heath Junior School, for nearly one year, within each session a average of twenty plus students playing yBall.


yBall Bring together students and communities of all abilities and backgrounds, yBalls focus on fun, education and development makes it sport ideal for your school.

In some schools with the introductory of yBall into there sports curriculum, there has been a 15% up lift in inactive students playing sports.  


Over 1,200 students to participate at the Dorset Summer School Games Finals

Bryanston School will be hosting the Dorset Summer School Games Finals 2017. Over 1,200 students will participate in a range of competitions, including cricket, equestrian, and rounders.

Martin Kimberley, Active Dorset Chief Executive, stated “It’s great to see the range of opportunities for students in Dorset as the County School Games continue to grow and 2018 will be the largest event yet. Very well done to everyone who has made it to the Games and I hope you all have a successful, enjoyable and memorable day.”

The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.


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Some of  Next few Month yBall Events.


LittleDown Family Fun day 29th July.

New Milton Community Session starts 7th August.

NCS days sports event at BU.

Kingsleigh primary school sports day.

More up and coming events will be Blogged & posted shortly.

yBall sports ended the 2017 year with School V School yBall games, with Winton Primary holding the Tesco Managers cup.

Now with the new year starting, plus new schools on board for 2018, it makes for an interesting year, to see if they can hold onto the cup.

If you are interested in having a FREE taster session in your school or community, please contact us via our email address, or just give me a call. And read up on what is yBall  on our site.

                                         Prime Sports NW CIC

Prime Sports NW CIC, taken delivery of there own bespoke, 16 piece Goal set and bags, Scorecards, Balls, and rules an Regs , plus a few more bits. And start delivering sessions in Bolton’s, Schools & the community in the new term.

yBall sports, are very proud to be part of this forward thinking sports company,  in getting more people active.

                                                            Prime Sports NW CIC


Who are Prime Sports ?

A Community Interest Company based in Bolton providing Sports and activity coaching for Young People, Over 55s and other groups.

What do Prime Sport deliver ?

Prime is a North West based organisation who are seeking to develop people’s interest in sport and to keep people active. Prime wanted to offer a wider range of sporting  opportunities to young people in the Community. Addition wanting to work with people who are still young at heart, plus being an inclusive organisation with extensive experience of working with those with disabilities.

yBall is now in the Bolton, Rugby, Wiltshire, Scotland , and it’s birth place, Dorset.