Racketball comes to Sidmouth Leisure centre

PUBLISHED: 12:31 27 December 2012

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If you are reading this and thinking that 2013 is time for you either improve your fitness, or simply take up a sport, then Racketball may be just the thing!

Sidmouth Leisure Centre is delighted to have been chosen to be part of the National Big Hit Scheme, a mixed adult (Ladies and Men) 5-week coaching course to learn all aspects of Racketball.

It’s very reasonably priced at just £5 for the full five session course.

The Leisure Centre is very fortunate to have Ashley Knight, the current South West Racketball champion and an England Squash and Racketball Level 2 coach, running the course.

It all begins on Friday, January 11, and runs thereafter each Friday from 11.30am until 12.30pm.

There are limited spaces to the advice is to book in advance by calling 01395 577679.

All equipment if provided and last year’s course proved to be an undoubted hit with plenty of new recruits to the sport!

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