12th January 2020

Mini Squash – Torquay

Torquay

date

12th January 2020
09:00 AM

age range

4-9

level

Beginner

location

78 Barton Road
TQ2 7NS
Torquay

Mini squash is ideal for new kids, age 4 – 9.

Elitesquash curriculum is designed to bring the most out of fun, movement and creativity for the youngest players on the squash courts. Seeing young kids progress and have heaps of fun while on a squash court is our primary focus for these groups.

What to expect:

  • Group: Mini Toads
  • Time: Sundays 9am
  • Age: 4-6
  • Achievement certificate at the end of term

 

  • Group: Minis
  • Time: Sundays 10am
  • Age: 7-9
  • Achievement certificate at the end of term

For more information, please contact filip@elitesquash.com

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