Inclusive Sports session continue

The Inclusive multi sports sessions for young people with a disability aged 8-16 year old continues into the second year. The Sports Access for All project is funded by the Tower Hamlets Mainstream Grant and the aim is to Increase more opportunities for vulnerable young people to participate in regular sport and healthy lifestyle activities leading to an improvement in their health. On Wednesday at the Phoenix Specialist school in Bow there is a 2 hour multi sports session for the pupils in the sports hall. On a Friday afternoon there is a Inclusive football session at the Mile End sports pitches.

Fun football during the break

Fun football during the break There was two days of Fun Football coaching sessions on Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th October 2016 at Weavers Field. The sessions were from 11am to 1pm and it was attended by over 50 young boys aged 6-15 years old. On the last day all the participants got a medal for taking part.

Youth and Junior teams begin new league

Youth and Junior teams begin new league On Saturday 1st October 2016 it was the beginning of a new league for the Vallance FC Youth and Junior teams. Vallance FC U8, U10, U12, U14 and U16 have joined the Hackney Marshes Saturday Youth Football League. All the games will be played on Saturday mornings at Hackney Marshes. U8 will play 5 a side, U10 will play 7 a side, U12 will play 9 a side and the U14 and U16 will play 11 a side. Vallance FC Football Development Officer said “We have taken a huge gamble and took all the Vallance FC junior teams and put them into one league. It will help because all the games are in one venue and our coaches can help each other. Also it’s a chance for the pare

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