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Kids football in the Paddock

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On 10 May 2011 at 1:56pm Myles wrote:
Hi. Someone told me that there are some kids football sessions in the Paddock on a Saturday. I'd really like to find out what the age groups are for the kids football training in the Paddock.
Does anyone know the age groups or who runs these sessions that i can ask?
Thanks in advance.
 
 
On 10 May 2011 at 3:57pm RAD wrote:
The Paddock has stopped now for the summer but restarts in mid-August. It is a great introduction to football and run by very experienced coaches who are great with the kids. The age groups are 6-12 (I think).
There will be an advert in the Sussex Express before training restarts and it is usually a case of just turning up on a Saturday morning (assuming its the same as this year, it runs 10 - 11.30).
HTH
 
 
On 11 May 2011 at 9:36pm Myles wrote:
Thanks Rad, what a shame it's ended for summer - i was hoping i could get my kids out of the house for an hour every Saturday morning!
 
 
On 12 May 2011 at 7:20pm Tub Thumper wrote:
you could bring them along to local drumming band rehearsals on a Saturday morning and see if you ALL fancy a bit of a bash - exercise, fresh air, therapy, entertainment, community spirit and something open to all!!
 
 
On 12 May 2018 at 10:19am Karen Durrant wrote:
This is for my son,he has passed the Level 1 in football Coaching.Also he passed BETC Sport at Secondary school got a Merit for doing it.Please help him start him off in the right direction.Thanku.


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