Posted by Neil on Monday, 29 September 2014 at 17:37:13
Filed under: Announcements, Sports
Lymm Squash Club is looking to grow its coaching and development program for children aged 5-17 in Warrington and surrounding areas; aiming to introduce children to the popular sport of Squash.
The coaching program features six weekly squash coaching sessions on Saturday mornings led by coach Darren McCann. Sessions are tailored to suit children of any age and ability with each program concluding with a competition and prizes for participants.
The first program received great feedback with all participants signing up for the next program. “The club is looking to build on the success of the first program by boosting the number of participants,” said Rob Spurr, Chairman of Lymm Squash Club. “We aim to give these Juniors the opportunity to compete at County and National level in the future as they develop. Perhaps we’ll find the next Commonwealth Games star in Lymm!”
Six weeks of coaching works out at only £18 per child per and all equipment is provided making it a low cost sport to take up.
For more information about Lymm Squash Club and its Junior Academy visit www.lymmsquash.co.uk or email email@example.com.
Posted by Neil on Friday, 15 August 2014 at 09:53:51
Filed under: Announcements, Sports, Lymm
This guest post come courtesy of Gavin Laidlaw:
Since it was formed in 1984 (when Lymm Youth Club merged with Oughtrington Rovers,) the club has gone from strength to strength and has grown to 20 teams including 3 all girl teams.
The Club was awarded Chartered Status by the FA and then was awarded Community Club status in 2011.
Nowadays, we are very privileged to have all of the clubs training sessions and matches taking place within the beautiful grounds of Lymm High School.
The 2013/14 season saw a big change to the management structure of the club with the introduction of level 2 FA Qualified Coaches, with access to all of the squads.
The improving standards of the players has come to the attention of several professional clubs, with more than half a dozen children training with Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Crewe. The club is also represented within the Cheshire Girls Squads.
Lymm Rovers Development Academy
This September will see the opening of the Lymm Rovers Development Academy. Open to children between 4 and 8 years of age, and taking place on Saturday mornings at 10.15.
The Academy will provide coaching within a fun, and progressive environment, the emphasis will be on learning new football skills and developing each child to the best of their ability.
All playing and coaching within this golden age of learning will follow current FA guidelines, which encourage play within a non-pressured environment.
We realise kids want to be part of a team so, In addition to the weekly coaching there will be regular indoor 5 a side tournaments involving teams from all around South Manchester, as well as matches arranged with like-minded clubs from the region.
If you would like your child (boy or girl) to be involved in the Lymm Rovers Development Academy in September then please contact below.
Congratulations go to all the managers, coaches and parents who over the last thirty years have made the club what it is.
For more information please contact Gavin by email or call him on 07770 966433 or visit the Lymm Rovers website.
Tags: football, rovers, academy
Posted by Neil on Thursday, 03 July 2014 at 14:42:53
Filed under: Announcements, Sports, Appeals for Information
Lymm Piranhas J.F.C. Under 10s
Our under 10s team (for those born between 1 September 2003 and 31 August 2004) are looking for new players for the coming season (Under 11s for 2014/15). The team who have been together for 5 years move from playing 7 a-side football to 9 a-side in the 2014/15 season and therefore seek additional players.
The team trains on a Monday evening all year round and plays in the Warrington Junior Football League on Saturday mornings. Over the summer, we usually enter a couple of organised tournaments. The emphasis is very much on the kids enjoying their football whilst developing their skills an no previous experience or skill level is required. Any parents of current Year 5 children who are interested in joining the team or just popping along to a training session to see how they like it, should contact the Under 10s Coach, Andy Butterworth (07563 789 993 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information please visit our website.
Tags: piranhas, football
Posted by Neil on Wednesday, 11 June 2014 at 14:38:06
Filed under: Announcements, Sports, Competitions
Sean Neary's promising start to the Ducati TriOptions Cup Championship 2014 continued with a podium finish at Donington Park.
The Lymm rider's second place in the World Superbike round proves his greatest achievement to date and saw him maintain fourth spot in the championship.
The mymate.co.uk Ducati Coventry-backed rider missed out on a podium finish by 0.1secs, setting the fastest lap, at Brands Hatch a round previous and is now determined to continue his good form.
"It was a fantastic weekend all in all," said the 27-year-old. It's been a flying start to the 2014 season for the mymate.co.uk team and definitely my greatest achievement to date to stand on the podium at the World Superbike round.
"My target prior to the season was a top five finish in the championship but I obviously want to push on further than this.
"We have made great progress and the mymate team have been fantastic along with Ducati Coventry.
"There are some very good racers in the championship so it?s never easy to stand on the podium."
Tags: superbike, Sean Neary