|PARIBC BOCCIA CLUB|
|CLOSED DATES IN WINTER SEASON 2018/19|
|Closed 1st Saturday in every month. Other shaded Dates indicate other closures|
PRINCE ARTHUR BOCCIA CLUB AS A MEMBER OF BOCCIA ENGLAND
OUR REGISTERED TEAMS ARE NOW "PRINCE ARTHUR BOCCIA KNIGHTS A" & "PRINCE ARTHUR BOCCIA KNIGHTS B"
Team A consists of the following players, Jacky Woods, Amy Lewington, Charles East and Mark Draper.
Team B comprises Cliff Armstong, Owen Porter, Alex Green and George Keith.
Carole Coulthard is Team Coach & Referee and has been joined by Nick Keith who has now qualified as a Boccia Coach and Referee.
Gerry Knight and Roy Porter are also Referees.
The Prince Arthur’s Boccia Knights are participating in the Boccia England Kent League as well as in other Boccia England tournaments
BOCCIA KNIGHTS WIN THE WOODER TROPHY FOR BEST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
ALEX GREEN'S AWARD
Alex has gained a 2.1 degree at Canterbury University.
BOCCIA CHALLENGE 2012 REPORT AND VIDEO
Look in http://jayenolan.com/2013/01/01/new-year-new-pastime-paralympic-sport-for-all-in-gillingham/ to see how the Challenge was reported.
Anyone aged from 7+ can come and try it!
A Saturday morning session costs £2.50 for adults and £1 for children and carers who play.
Our BOCCIA Club started in May 2011and welcomes visitors who have played before or would like to learn to play the game.
The existing facilities of our Indoor Bowling Club blend well with the needs of the BOCCIA Club, and there are opportunities to try Indoor Bowling as well.
Comments from our visitors include:
*I will tell other respite carers about the Club.
*Having the Club on a Saturday morning means we don’t have to worry about after-school clubs during the week.
*The Club is so friendly.
*It’s so local, the nearest Boccia club is in Maidstone.
*There is no other Boccia club in the Medway area and the Saturday morning timing is great!
*I only came because of my son but now I look forward to coming and playing as well.
If members of your club or group are looking for a new challenge; a sport to get involved in; or simply somewhere to play Boccia; then come along on a Saturday morning. You will be sure of a warm welcome.
We had some publicity in the Kent Messenger, Medway edition, see above, which showed some of our Boccia Club members in action.
Beginners are more than welcome to play this Paralympic Sport which is ideal for everyone, including those with restricted mobility and wheelchair users. This seated game is played by up to 6 people in 2 teams using bowls about the size of a tennis ball. Tuition will be given.
More information about Boccia can be found on the following links:
You can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The BOCCIA Club came into existence thanks to the financial support given by the bodies whose logos are shown below