Cardiff City Korfball Club

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Welcome to Cardiff City Korfball Club
Winners of the Welsh Korfball League 2013
Hosts of Cardiff Korfball Tournament
South Wales and West Regional League Champions 2013
Current holders of the Welsh Cup
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Cyclones tame the Basingstoke Bulls

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — DaveThomas at 1:32 pm on Tuesday, November 13, 2012

A stunning second half blitz of goals took the Cardiff Cyclones to a great win over the local league table-toppers Basingstoke Bulls, in an entertaining match in the Thames Valley.
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City Kick off the Season in Style

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,!Team Mavericks,Match Reports,News,Photos — SusanJones at 4:33 pm on Friday, November 2, 2012

Cardiff City Cyclones and Mavericks teams both started their 2012-13 campaigns in the Welsh Korfball League with convincing wins.

     
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Cyclones Compete at European level

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — SusanJones at 3:31 pm on Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Last month, Cardiff City sent a squad to compete at the IKF Europa Cupa Preliminary Rounds.

Victory in the Welsh Korfball League Gala Day meant the Cyclones team qualified for the early season Europa cup preliminary round.

The squad – many of whom were making their debut at international level – travelled to the beautiful Loire region of southern France on Friday following a series of training sessions to ensure they were as prepared as possible.

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Cardiff Cyclones do the triple!

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — SusanJones at 12:51 pm on Monday, May 7, 2012

Cardiff City Korfball club are celebrating following their Cyclones team winning the Welsh local league, South West and Wales regional league and the Welsh Cup.

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Cardiff City Cyclones v Horfield @ Cwmbran Stadium

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — admin at 10:23 pm on Sunday, April 15, 2012

As the season draws to a close Cyclones look to maintain an unbeaten run in the regional league at home against Horfield. After a frustrating morning in the local Welsh league, several players had something to prove.

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Cyclones at home to Oxfordshire

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — admin at 10:12 pm on Monday, January 23, 2012

‘Where’s the ball Ian?’
By Ian Russell

After a very successful morning of Korfball against Dragons 2, the Cyclones squad refuelled and travelled down the M4 for their regional game against Oxford. The previous weekends demolition of Horfield away gave the squad a lot of confidence going into this new game.

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Cyclones away to Basingstoke Bulls

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — admin at 12:21 pm on Sunday, December 11, 2011

By Chris Gubby

The team set off from Cardiff on one of the longest legs of the regional league to take on the Basingstoke Bulls.

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Mavericks Vs Cyclones

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,!Team Mavericks,Match Reports,News — HollySisley at 6:19 pm on Thursday, December 8, 2011

Match 4 for the Mavericks saw them take on Cyclones at a frosty Michaelston. After agreeing to play the game 7 aside, the game began. A strong Cyclones team, featuring a number of current and previous Welsh Internationals started out with a score in the first minute. This set the tone for the first half. A return to scoring ways after injury saw Ramzi gain a goal in a 20 minute run out. Susan orchestrated her section and both Ian and Max scored a brace.

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Cyclones return from Oxfordshire with a win!

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports — SusanJones at 9:52 pm on Thursday, November 24, 2011

Rachel Knight updates everyone on Cyclones’ recent regional match against Oxfordshire.
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Cyclones celebrates return of internationals with convincing win

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports,News — SusanJones at 10:34 pm on Sunday, November 13, 2011

Cardiff City Cyclones welcomed back their Welsh players back from the Korfball World Championships with a win over a spirited and well organised university first team (Read on …)

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