FAWCETT Field Social Club & New Milton F,C.

Christchurch Road New Milton BH 25 6QB

Tomorrow will see yBall run a new session at 15.00 / 16.00  this Saturday and going forward through the summer.

This year will see yball building it’s profile with more schools and community session being ran, to forge ahead in 2017. With more school game under there belts this year, they have secured two more schools for the new term with a key focus on inactive kids.

So far this year yball has seen a full range of players. Here are just a few.

A Blind person playing and scoring for her team.

A person in a wheelchair playing in goal and catching the winning points for there team.

A young lad playing with prosthetic blades, and he was FANTASTIC at playing yball.

And last of all so far this year we’ve had someone playing with one arm. And we still played at a high tempo. 

These are just a few for the Hundreds, of people that have played yball this year so far. And looking back we have had hundreds playing.

It’s a game for everyone know matter your skill set,YOU CAN PLAY yBALL.

So come out to our Community sessions starting in Ferndowne Leisure Center on Saturdays 10.00/11.00

New starters Free

£3.00 kids £5.00 Adults

New Milton

FAWCETT Field Social Club & New Milton F,C.  Saturday 15.00 / 16.00

Christchurch Road New Milton BH 25 6QB

New starters Free

£3.00 kids £5.00 Adults

Littliedowne Center Bournemouth:  First session starts 17th July Sunday 18.00 / 19.00

New starters Free

£3.00 kids £5.00 Adults

Let get active this summer play some music, have some fun, hit the beach, with a new sports game and build a new sports community.

Contact me through the site and link me on FaceBook.

 

Over the next few day’s the yball team will be hoisting games at the Bournemouth University in conjunction with NCS plus other yball games this summer.

The National Citizen Service.

(NCS) is an excellent government scheme created for all 15-17 year olds. Courses take place in the spring, autumn and summer half-terms, offering meaningful activities during these times without impacting on educational timetables

At NCS courses are designed to challenge you and to get you to step out of your comfort zone – so we will encourage you to take part in as many of the activities as possible. However, they wont make you do anything that you don’t want to – so if you really dont want to take part in an activity, then we won’t make you.

Attend for the whole course, graduate and have fun – that’s all that we ask of you!

National Citizen Service (NCS) is open to all 16 and 17-year-olds in England.

It helps you build your skills for work and life, while you take on new challenges and meet new friends.

It runs in the spring, summer and autumn. they’ll have a short time away from home and take part in a team project that will help your community.

NCS brings together young people from different backgrounds and helps them develop greater confidence, self-awareness and responsibility. It encourages personal and social development by working on skills like leadership, teamwork and communication.

Participants develop a social action project to deal with a local issue they’re passionate about, and spend 30 hours putting the project into action in their community.

The yBall game covers:

self-awareness and responsibility

leadership, teamwork and communication.

personal and social development

All of which is wrapped around a high tempo sports game, played to music, Deephouse, grime, Hiphop, or any music you wish to upload to our spotify on the website.

www.yball.co.uk

 

 

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Or Email@: vgolden.yball@gmail.com

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Night Out: 9pm to 3am, 12th February 2016

Brix & Co, Bournemouth, have been absolute Legends and offered their club to yBall for the night to spread awareness for the sport, raise money for new equipment as well as to host our very first yBall Club Night, literally!

All are welcome to this brilliant night. There will be Bass, Nerfs and Cocktails made by the splendid Bar Staff of Brix & Co!

Tickets are £5 pp, either in advanced or on the door, however there are only 200 available. Get in quick as the first book of 100 has just been finished! They are On Sale Now , so get your orders in.

This Friday at 8pm will mark the beginning of the 2015 Rugby World Cup (RWC) and we would like to be involved. This is the 2nd time the UK has been involved with the RWC, the first being 1991. So 14 years on we like to think England have a shot at bringing home the Webb Ellis Cup. This Friday will be England Vs Fiji so we’re most definitely in for a good game!

So the plan is that we rock up to the Littledowne Leisure Centre for 6PM and do our regular Friday session on the field there (Next to the astroturfs) then come 7.30pm leave for the local Iford Bridge Pub which is about 5mins away. We have a booking with the place for a large group and of course situated infront of one the pubs TV’s! Booking is for 8pm, aswell as kick off, so if you can’t make it to the session then just know that your more than welcome to come and enjoy the Rugby with us!

This is the year for England and this game is going to be a certain win… i hope. However its also a brilliant opportunity for you to come and Try the game under much more social and comfortable conditions. If you would like to come then please do, after all 1st session is free! ;)

!?WANT TO COME?! – 26/09/15 – 7.30pm – Litten Tree

After the first game with the gang and England V Fiji 35 – 11 we couldn’t resist asking about getting together again… and guess what you lot will take any excuse for a drink, big bunch of alkies ;) .

If you would like an excuse to get out, come for a bite to eat and join us for one of the biggest games for England in this World cup… then get your backside out and join us.

The Game, England Vs Wales and Game 16 of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, will Kick off at 8pm on the 26th of September, so plan to get there for 7.30pm to get your orders in as i’m sure it will be a busy night ;) .

Venue booking is awaiting approval as its a busy night and the poor chap on the end of the phone didn’t know what to do… awww. Its a popular venue however and all being well we will be at Litten Tree Pub at Lansdowne for 7.30pm.