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Sporting activities on offer to residents
2:37pm Monday 11th February 2013 in News
HALF term football camps, netball sessions and a new junior football league are on offer in County Durham.
A junior football league will run at Spennymoor Leisure Centre from Monday, February 25, as part of Durham County Council’s On the Ball project.
The league is for Under-14s five a-side teams and will run for seven weeks on Mondays between 4pm and 6pm in a league format.
A maximum of eight teams can enter and it costs £12 per team. There will be a one-off £10 affiliation fee per team to the Durham FA.
Games will be played indoors so players must wear trainers and shin pads.
To enter a team contact David Curry on 0788-126-8938 or Spennymoor Leisure Centre on 0300-026-1161.
Back to Netball sessions will take place at Bishop Auckland College for players aged over 18-years.
The sessions take place between 7pm and 9pm every Monday with each session costing £3.
Details can be obtained from Justine Bramhald, of Team Bishop Netball Club, on 0752-889-1984 or from Rebecca Healer, of the council, on 0775-377-8102.
Half-term football camps will take place at Teesdale, Meadowfield and Spennymoor leisure centres.
They will start in the week beginning Monday, February 18, and are for youngsters aged five to14-years-old who want to develop their skills.
Prices for the sessions vary and further information is available from the leisure centres or by emailing email@example.com.
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