Ball Sport Activities for Kids - the Blue Mountains

the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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The Katoomba Cricket Club was established circa 1888. It has grown into a strong, community-based sporting organisation which fields junior and seniors sides in the Blue Mountains Cricket Association. It welcomes players of all ages and skills, as well as coaches and sponsors, into the club. Please visit our website for more details.

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Ball sport activities for kids in the Blue Mountains

Little Kickers Penrith and Surrounding Districts
Our classes and our approach We have four different football classes each tailored to a different age group. However, we have two core beliefs that we take into every session. Firstly, we believe in something we call “Play not Push”. It means teaching football in a fun, pressure-free environment. We want to give children a positive introduction to sport as a whole, not just football, so they’re more likely to stay healthy and active throughout their lives. Secondly, we believe football ...
Ready Steady Go Kids - Cambridge Park
A preschool and exercise program teaching the fundamentals of 10 different sports. The program helps develop and enhance gross and fine motor skills in a fun, social, non-competitive environment. The physio designed program encourages children to lead healthy and active lifestyle through a fun and exciting class each week.
Football One Academy (Operates from Sep to Dec only)
*** ACADEMY CLOSED FOR THE SEASON - WILL RESUME SEP 2017 *** ---------------------------------------------------------------- Important: Email may not be checked regularly or at all when closed. Check the web page instead. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Note: This academy only runs from Sep - Dec in the off-season. We are now finished for the year. Visit our facebook page. Football One Academy offers high quality training to children between the ages ...
Really impressed, kids learn tricks and smart play

12-09-2016

Our second season at Football One Academy. Anyone wanting a prep for trials, this is definitely the place! ...

Football one number 1

12-09-2016

We have our 2 kids there and very happy strength ,fitness ,speed,agility and smart play they have it all ,plus helpful and easygoing staff.

Great coaching

12-09-2016

So happy with Football one Academy. Great coaching. Its not just about technique, kids learn about the importance of fitness. Im so excited for my son to be taught by Rod Galic, he is truly a great coach.

Unreal! The best training around!

11-09-2016

If you are looking for your kid to improve, Rod is the coach for the job! I guarantee that you'll be sold on the first visit. This is my son's second season with these guys. It's great!

Ready Steady Go Kids is a multi sport program for 2.5-6 year olds. Our physio-designed program teaches preschoolers the fundamentals of 10 different sports. Our structured 45 minute classes develop children’s skills in Athletics, Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, Hockey, Golf, Rugby. AFL, Cricket and T-ball. Our program enhances gross and fine motor skills in a fun, social, non-competitive and supportive environment.
Stonecutters Golf Club holds FREE family fun days usually monthly. Free fairyfloss, jumping castle, face painting & entertainment. Watch our facebook page or website for details. Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club is Sydney's first Greg Norman designed golf course. Easily accessed from the M7 Westlink and Castle Hill, Rouse Hill, Blacktown and the Sydney CBD. Stonecutters Ridge Golf Club offers an impressive cadet programme conducted in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and is designed to encourage and ...
Lalor Park Junior Rugby League Football Club - PARKIES aka Kookas Lalor Park JRLFC was established in 1959 by a group of residents in order to accommodate the local children’s growing sporting needs in the area. They adopted the Kookaburra as their club emblem and that’s where our club’s colours originated from. Initially the Club only used the blue and brown and brought in the white at a later date. The Kookas currently compete in the PDJRL competition with junior teams starting from ...
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