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Didcot Devils Basketball Club

What we offer Junior satellite club programme We run pay-as-you-go junior clubs in Wantage (King Alfred's School, West site), Wallingford School, and Cranford House School near Wallingford. Aimed at complete beginners, these clubs are an excellent introduction to basketball and provide a fun and thorough…

What we offer

Junior satellite club programme

We run pay-as-you-go junior clubs in Wantage (King Alfred's School, West site), Wallingford School, and Cranford House School near Wallingford. Aimed at complete beginners, these clubs are an excellent introduction to basketball and provide a fun and thorough grounding in ball skills. Basketball improves coordination, confidence and fitness, and teaches children how to play in a team. Once players have mastered the basics, they can represent their satellite club at local league matches. There are also opportunities to play at a higher level at junior National league.

Junior National League and Central Venue League squads (U12/U14, U16)

For a full list of where and when we train visit training page

To join the club please contact us at didcotdevils@gmail.com

We are grateful to all who have and continue to support us - in particular Sport England, South Oxfordshire District Council, Oxfordshire Sports Partnership, England Basketball Sported, and of course, the club's volunteers and players.

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Who to contact

E-mail
didcotdevils@gmail.com
Website
http://didcotdevils.org

Where to go

Name
Didcot Girls School main sports hall
Address
Manor Crescent
Didcot
Postcode
OX11 7AJ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
No opening hours specified
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
From 7 To 16

Last checked on 19/04/2016

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