Sport Activities for Kids - Round Corner (2158)

Hawkesbury, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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The Barefoot Dojang
AGILITY & SELF-DEFENCE CLASSES FOR 3-5 YEAR OLDS Our fun, play-based classes introduce students to martial arts, without the formalities. We exclusively offer classes that focus on improving agility, balance & coordination, with no form of grading process or belt ranking. Our classes can assist with handwriting problems, emotional issues and improve concentration & confidence. Classes are every Tuesday & Thursday 10am, Dural Sports Centre $20 class per child (10 class pass and term discounts ...
Splash Aquatic & Learn to Swim - Dural
Splash Aquatic & Learn to Swim are all about providing a fun and safe way to learn to swim. All our instructors have AUSTSWIM qualifications for Learn to swim and Water Safety. A yearly in house CPR course is also “mandatory” for our instructors. We continually assess your child's progress to ensure they are learning and developing new skills. As an indoor heated facility we run year round in line with the New South Wales public school terms. During school holidays we run intensive programs ...
TABLE TENNIS SOCIAL and COMP PLAYERS WANTED.. We are a very friendly group of 'bing bong' players in a great facility with 14 quality tables. Come join us as a social player (no need to book tables), or in one our district comp teams on Wed nights, or the individual Ranking comp on each Thursday night. Highly experienced coaches, freely given tips/advice and support for improvement by advanced players, free use or robots, free internal social comp's but most importantly with the club goal of friendliness ...
Frank

06-01-2013

The club used to play at Cherrybrook High School but since it moved to the community centre a few years ago, the number of members has grown rapidly. It does a lot of community projects, like sponsoring juniors, lending tables for Probus - a community group for retirees to encourage activities for them. The club also improvs social development for adolescents by encouraging safe and fair sport. It's run by a dedicated group of volunteers and I'd recommend anyone who likes to play ping pong - whether in your garage or whether you're and ex-state level player, to visit their great facility.

We offer a soccer competition for children and adults from 4+ to over 45s. We have both girls and boys teams. We begin registrations in Jan via My Football Club. Our grading commences in February, so players are slotted into grades that suit their ability. We compete in trial games in March and commence the main competition in April and finish late August, early September. We also run a 10 week Soccer Academy which starts late September and finishes early December.
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