A NETBALL club is reaching out to Rotherham to attract new talent to its ranks.
As restrictions ease, so sport begins to flourish again and Sheffield Concord Netball Club are back indoor training with huge interest from current and new members.
South Yorkshire outdoor leagues have already started where all their U12, 13, 14, 16 and three senior teams have faced competition under the rules of modified netball, set by the governing body to allow safe return to the sport.
The junior section continues to flourish and is looking forward to competing in South Yorkshire and regional leagues next season with some fresh faces.
With this in mind the club are enlarging their performance squads and are inviting Year 7, 8, 9 and 10s from Rotherham for trials with the aim of playing county level and above. There are also vacancies in their 'Bee Netball' sessions aimed at Y3-6.
For more details on junior netball training please contact Caroline Graham at email@example.com or on 07731 650875.
The newest section of Sheffield Concord Netball Club, Net4All for girls and women with additional intellectual needs, is also up and running.
On their final training session they were all presented with Net4All mugs specially made by pupils from Abbey Special School, Rotherham.
For details of how to join the Ne4All section contact Helen Thorneloe at firstname.lastname@example.org