12th June 2021

Saturday juniors

Bath

date

12th June 2021
09:15 AM

age range

6-16

level

All levels

location

Lansdown, Bath


Term commencing – 12th June to 17th July

Week Course

The Lansdown Saturday sessions run as a drop in session through term time. Payment can be made for the full term or PAYG on the day via our zettle card machine.

9.15am – 10am 6-9 year old ‘mini squash’ – This new session introduces 6-9 year old children to game of squash in a fun and relaxed environment. These sessions will be all about enjoying their time on a squash,  focusing on developing hand-eye coordination/ balance / spatial awareness and above all FUN! Technique will be applied slowly through rallying and hitting lots of balls. These sessions have multiple assistant coaches to keep the kids engaged and maximise there 45 min session.

10am -11am  Open to all abilities  These sessions focus on further development in technique, movement, tactics and positive mindset. Here we also focus heavily on match play. We have a monthly tournament complete with ranking points, giving us an internal ranking system and giving juniors a taste of competitive squash.  There are also 30 minutes of gameplay after the session. Suited to players aged 11 up to 16 years.

Please note, in accordance with the Lansdown Club guidelines, there is a £2 supplement for non-club members.  Junior membership is available from the club and offers additional benefits.  For more details please contact Lansdown Squash club direct. 01225 425763

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