Sports Centre is home of fun

AS the school term starts back up, so do our sports with this week being the first back for miniball and basketball.

Table tennis also had its first night of competition. Each Monday night a round robin competition will be held – your first night is free. The cost to play each week is $4 per person.

On Tuesday night the netball competition recommenced with most of the old teams and a couple of new ones back.

This term the competition had structure changes. The ladies and mixed option for play is still available but teams choose between competitive and social grades. New patches, balls, umpires and finals rounds are all part of the Tuesday night competition. Game fees are $40 per team per game.

Junior netball is also starting this term for infants, primary and high school students. Cost is $30 per team per game.

On Wednesday nights the futsal competition from term 4 is still running, and it started back last week.

Archery is also back in full swing and anyone interested in taking up the sport should come down to the Grafton Sports Centre from 6.30pm.

Thursday night’s dodgeball competition will start next Thursday from 4pm. This Thursday night a practice game will be held for any interested teams. Game fees are $40 per team per game. A special rate of $20 per team per game is available this Thursday night for the practice run.

Primary and high school students can also play dodgeball; these game fees being $30 per team per game.

This Friday night our high school basketball competition begins. Game fees are $4 per person per game.

This weekend the centre is also hosting the Grafton Netball Association’s representative trials for girls 12 to 17 years. Contact Cathy Walls on 6642 7518.



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