Walking Netball articles

Walking Netball group articles

Group report

This is going to be a very short report as Covid has put a stop to Walking Netball because of the close contact and ball handling. We have managed to meet once for coffee at the Pebble Beach cafe in August and we have arranged to meet for lunch in September. Now Boris has brought in new restrictions of only meeting up in groups of 6, Northney tea rooms have accommodated us by reserving 3 tables together in the pavilion, so we can be together but apart! It will be lovely to catch up with everyone, it is the social interaction that is missing for so many of us. Let us hope and pray that we will be able to restart our activities soon.

Anne Hollis

This is an article published in the Autumn 2020 edition of the Hayling Island U3A newsletter .

Group report

This group has been in existence for only 8 months, we have had some wonderful sessions led by Deanne Cushion who has been instrumental in teaching us the core elements of walking netball. I would like to give Deanne a huge THANK YOU! because although I came up with the idea of starting this group I hadn’t played since my school years and couldn’t remember the rules at all!!

We have increased our knowledge and become a little fitter but most of all we have had great fun and laughed a lot. We meet weekly and currently have 18 lady members but we are an open group and if any lady reading this report would like to find out if walking netball is a game they would like to try then please contact me and I will give you the details.

Anne Hollis

This is an article published in the Spring 2020 edition of the Hayling Island U3A newsletter .

Group report

Eleven ladies travelled to Horndean to play our first match. We hadn't had an opportunity to play a full game before due to lack of numbers but because we have had lots of ball practice we didn't let ourselves down. At the end of 4 quarters the final score was 6-4 to Horndean and they have been playing for 3 years compared to our 4 months! Well done ladies!

Anne Hollis

This is an article published in the Winter 2019 edition of the Hayling Island U3A newsletter