Cardiff City Korfball Club

Korfball: the greatest sport you've never heard of!

Welcome to Cardiff City Korfball Club
Welsh National Korfball League Champions 2015/16
Hosts of Cardiff Korfball Tournament
Multiple teams for all abilities
Sociable and friendly club
Join us and try a new sport...

Cardiff Tournament

Filed under: !Tournaments,News — RamziBarbir at 9:50 am on Saturday, July 18, 2009

The Cardiff Summer Tournament is taking place on the 22nd August. Please see click on our Tournament page for more details.

Hope to see you there!

Croydon Tournament

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,!Tournaments,Match Reports — RamziBarbir at 9:48 am on Saturday, July 18, 2009

Cyclones players decided to enter the Croydon tournament to get some game-time as a team. The first worry of all outdoor tournaments is the weather and today was no exception. Rain was forcast but nothing fell from the sky, in fact if was perfect korfball weather. Second worry is getting a team together. With the help of Steve and Kim Jones, Cyclones not only had 8 great players but also two coaches to help us out.
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WKA Champions Day

Filed under: !Team Cyclones,Match Reports — RamziBarbir at 9:01 am on Saturday, July 18, 2009

As the league rules had changed since last season, Cardiff City’s and Dragon’s first and second teams were invited to battle out the cup matches held in Talybont on the 20th June.

The Champions Match between the two first teams was played first. Both teams started level pegging with the lead swapping between both teams but never being more than a single goal. City’s defence was very strong (as it always is), but the attack could just not get organised and create good chances! Only a handful of shots were taken. At the half-time whistle the score was 4-all.
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CCKC Awards Night

Filed under: Socials — RamziBarbir at 6:49 am on Thursday, July 9, 2009

June 6th saw another of Korfball’s well-loved annual events – the End of Season Awards Night. Most of the non-first team players arrived at the cocktail bar of Old Orleans in the Red Dragon Centre after a mad dash from the Bristol Tournament where we’d been knocked out only an hour earlier. We’d left the first team at the tournament. The Cyclones were still firmly in contention for a final position, much to their annoyance as it meant they had to stay behind and miss the first round of drinks.
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