2015 Training starts on Wednesday 4th February
2015 Games start on 7th February
BOUNCERS 3 to 4 year olds
HOOPSTERS 4 to 5 year olds
SHOOTERS 5 to 8 year olds
BOOMERS Introduction to under 10’s
The Coordinator for Biddy Ball is Niki Valach. She is happy to help you out wherever she can; the best time to speak to her about your child is before or after training and after game times. You are welcome to call reception and leave a message any time, alternatively you can email Redlands PCYC and someone will contact you in return.
4.00 – 5.00pm Courts One and Two Cost: $3.00
Why is Training Important?
Children learn the basics of basketball by participating in drills and games specifically designed to develop basketball skills. It is important for children to attend training regularly so that they reap the benefits of skill development, while learning dedication and improving their ability to concentrate. Just bring a water bottle and wear pants without pockets (available from reception or any sports store) and you’re ready to join in the fun!
Where To Go
8.00-8.50am Courts Two and Three Cost: $5.00
What Can I Do To Maximise My Child’s Experience?
|Arriving ten minutes before game time on Saturday will help the Coordinators allocate children to teams and ensure that games run on time.|
|Redlands PCYC provides playing singlets for your child’s use during games. These are handed out just prior to play commencing and will be collected by the Coordinators immediately after games finish.|
|Please ensure that your child’s shorts don’t have any pockets (for safety reasons). PCYC basketball shorts are available for purchase from reception for $25.00, alternatively your child can wear any shorts without pockets. Please note that Boomers must wear black PCYC shorts.|
|Don’t forget to bring a water bottle!|
|Biddy Ball is all about FUN, and encouragement is the key.|
|You can help us to teach your child about good sportsmanship by clapping every player and displaying positive supporter behaviour. The focus is not on scoring or winning, but about having a positive team experience.|
|Please refrain from running with, or alongside, your child during games as this can be a safety issue.|
Where To Go