Train Like a Swift – registrations open for April clinic

Calling all Swifty wannabes!

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a NSW Swift? Well, wait no longer!

Back by popular demand after our successful January Train Like a Swift Clinic held earlier this year, Netball NSW is once again hosting a unique experience for girls aged 12 to 16 years (including those turning 12-years-old in 2015), to learn what it takes to be an ANZ Championship player.

This special event is being held at the Netball Central complex across three days during the April School Holidays. Learn from your Swifts heroes and support staff new training tips, skills and drills, plus there is a different giveaway each day! Even if you attended in January there will be new sessions planned so you will be sure to learn something new.

But you better get in quick; these clinics are strictly limited to 50 participants per day and are sure to sell out. Join us for one day, or come to all three – the choice is yours!

Perfect your footwork while learning about team building; understand the importance of time management while improving your speed & agility –many different topics will be covered throughout the three days, so there is something for netballers of all abilities.

Learn from the best, and you can do the rest!

Registrations have closed

For more information call Netball NSW Sport Development Administrator Ella Durheim on (02) 9951 5000 during business hours.

Train like a NSW Swift!
Wednesday 8, Thursday 9 and Friday 10 April 2015
9am – 3.45pm each day (registrations from 8.30am)
Netball Central, Sydney Olympic Park
$100 per participant each day

Bring: water and healthy snacks

Schedule
Wednesday: Fitness Circuit, Shooting, mid court attack and defence, personal excellence
Thursday: Game sense, defending, match play, on-court coaching specialist, nutrition
Friday: Ball skills, attacking, Swiftness testing, off court techniques and strategies, Pilates/stretching

Get a taste of what Train like a NSW Swift is like with this snapshot from the January clinics on NSWSwiftsTV: