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Didcot Dragons Korfball club

Korfball is a fast-paced and dynamic sport that is the only truly mixed team sport in the world. The principles are similar to those of netball, handball and basketball but the unique defending and mixed sex rules make for a much more varied game, in…

Korfball is a fast-paced and dynamic sport that is the only truly mixed team sport in the world.

The principles are similar to those of netball, handball and basketball but the unique defending and mixed sex rules make for a much more varied game, in which everybody can play to his/her own strengths.

Didcot Dragons train on Tuesday evenings.

In the winter (September to April) we train at Aureus school from 8 til 10pm.

In the summer (May to August) we train Outside at Boundary Park from 7.30pm till dusk.

New players are always welcome, just turn up, drop us a line on didcotkorfball@hotmail.com for more details or find us on Facebook.

Have a look on our website if you want to know more: Didcot Dragons Korfball

Who to contact

Contact Name
Al
Contact Position
Chair
E-mail
didcotkorfball@hotmail.co.uk
Website
https://didcot-korfball.co.uk/

Where to go

Name
Aureus School or Boundary Park
Address
Aureus School
Great Western Park
Harwell
Didcot
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX11 7AF

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Tuesday 8.00 - 10.00pm
Time of day
Evening
Session Information
In the summer we train from 7.30 to dusk

Other Details

Costs

Details

The first three sessions are free. After that it's an all-inclusive fee of £21 per month, or you can 'Pay-as-you-go'

Availability

Age Ranges
16-99 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Young people
Adults

Last checked on 01/06/2022

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