Sports department urges women to play

| 09/03/2014

(CNS): As part of the Women’s Month celebrations government officials in the department of sports are urging more women and girls playing sports as part of a focus on inspiring change. As part of the initiative the department has organized an evening of squash for players of all levels of experience at the South Sound Squash Club on Monday. There will also be a Netball Social at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Sunday 30 March. Cayman Brac has also planned a clinic for netball players on 13-14 March and throughout the month the Netball Association, the Basketball Association and the Cricket Women’s League will continue with scheduled matches. 

The squash event will take place on 10 March, from 5.45-8.00pm. A professional squash player will be present. In addition the club is offering a March special of three months for KYD120 and a fourth month free.

Cayman Brac’s two-day clinic takes place on 13-14 March at the Layman Scott High School. From 5.45-8.00pm. Later in the month past and present netball players aged 45 or older are invited to an Oldies Netball Social at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Sunday 30 March from 6.45-8.00 pm.

Netball also akes place Thursdays and Saturdays at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex from 6.45.-8.00pm. Basketball matches are scheduled for Thursdays at ARC, Camana Bay from 6.15pm. Meanwhile cricket matches are Sundays, at Sir John A. Cumber Primary School from 2.00pm.

For more information contact Merta Day at 926-9161 or email merta.day@gov.ky.

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