Back to Netball
England Netball's Back to Netball programme provides a gentle reintroduction to the game for female players over sixteen years of age.
Sessions are coach led and cover basic skill development and court play. The emphasis of these sessions is on learning new skills and having fun playing Netball with friends.
Watch England Netball's video below to find out more about a typical session:
Back to Netball Three Rivers
There are two classes in Three Rivers.
- Wednesdays 8pm - 9pm at St Clement Danes School, Chenies Road, Chorleywood, WD3 6EW (Meet in the sportshall)
Cost is £3 and no booking is required, just turn up and play. Classes take place during term-time only. *This class will stop on 19-July and restart on 13-Sept*
- Mondays 1.45pm - 2.45pm at William Penn Leisure Centre, Mill End, WD3 8JN (Meet in the sportshall)
Cost is £2 (first session free) and no booking is required, just turn up and play. Classes take place during term-time only. *This class will stop on 17-July and restart on 11-Sept*
Not sure if Back to Netball is for you?
Catherine and Amy, two regulars from the Chorleywood Back to Netball group share their experiences.
Catherine says: “I work in an office so had been looking for something that I could do in the evenings to get a bit of exercise and keep fit and the gym isn’t for me. I saw an advert for Back to Netball and thought it sounded like fun so went along. The first session was great and everyone was so welcoming. It didn’t matter that I had forgotten most of the rules! There’s a big mix of abilities and ages and our coach Val is lovely. Since going to netball I’ve made so many new friends and look forward to meeting up with everybody each week.”
Amy says: “I started Back to Netball almost four years ago now. I hadn't been in my job long and while I chatted to people round the office I hadn't made many friends. Then up popped an email asking people if they would be interested in joining back to netball and it seemed like a good way to make a new friend or two and a great way to get active. I enjoyed sport at school but never really excelled at netball. There was always someone better than me. Each week is always good fun and people can take things at their pace. It’s a great way to get fit, learn new skills and meet new people.”
Whether it is about rediscovering sporting abilities you forgot you had or about getting active again, these sessions cater for all abilities. A qualified coach will support you in developing your skills and confidence for netball.
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