It’s a great way to try Korfball with some fun and friendly matches.
If it’s wet we’ll most likely go for a quiet drink in a pub nearby.
If you want to know more contact us via our Facebook group page or tweet us @CardiffCityKorf]]>
Congratulations to Laura Pacey and Jack Mitchell who were the clubs highest point scorers.
Full details and league table are here http://www.welshkorfball.org/league/
Cardiff City will be training over the summer in Korflite – details to be posted on the website and our Facebook group. Indoor training will restart in September.]]>
Training will resume on Wednesday 21st January at Glantaff. Beginners and new players are very welcome. If you would like to find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cardiff City would like to wish all members and supporters a very happy Christmas and New Year.]]>
Wales face the national teams from Poland, Turkey and Serbia in Pool C before play offs between other teams from across Europe.
Saturday 25 October Wales v Serbia 1700
Sunday 26 October Wales v Turkey 1600
Tuesday 28 October Poland v Wales 1400
You can follow the matches live http://www.worldkorfball.org/matches/ or try the Live video feed.
Good luck to all involved!]]>
For this season Cardiff City, Cardiff Dragons and Raptors players are forming a combined team in the Western Regional League. They will take on teams from across the South West.
Cardiff City will be represented by Laura Pacey, Julie Prosser, Laura Pacey, Cheya Tyson, Jack Mitchell, James Wilcox and Stuart Wood. They will join players from Cardiff Dragons and Raptors Korfball Club in the Western Regional League.
Supporters welcome, throw off 11am, Talybont Sports Center.]]>
The match schedule is:
Saturday 6th September 2014
1030 Wales v Catalonia
1400 Wales v Scotland
Sunday 7th September 2014
1030 England v Wales
1245 Wales v Scotland
We’ll retweet the results.]]>
Beginners are very welcome, your first two sessions are free.]]>
The league will be played at Roath Park Recreation Grounds 18:30-20:30 on Wednesday evenings starting on July 30th.
Korflite Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/259065867624462/
Download the poster
If you are interested in entering a team please email email@example.com
The cost is just £1 per person, per session!
Korflite promises to be affordable, fun, and social… so get a team together or head over to Roath Rec! At the end of the summer league, usually 4-5 weeks after the first night, we will organise a social event to round off the summer.
If any nights are rained off then we’ll head to a nearby pub instead!
There are many ways to get involved:
Turn up by yourself
Everyone is welcome to come along and join in the league. Anyone who comes along will be put in a team with a mixture of beginners and experienced players.
Enter a team
Playing Korfball is a great team building exercise. If you are a company or group of friends who are interested in playing you will be allocated an experienced player to help your team and give you an idea of the rules and tactics.
Rolling subs are allowed so it is suggested that teams have at least three boys and three girls.
Be part of a team
If you have friends who play Korfball join with them for an enjoyable summer of exercise and socialising.
If you’ve seen Korfball on BBC Get Inspired summer is a great time to give the sport a try. New players and beginners welcome, we are a friendly bunch so come and say hello . Just look for a Korfball post (the one with a yellow basket on the top).
If it’s raining, it’ll be a bit slippy to train we’ll go for a social drink instead on Wellfield Road. Check Twitter for details.
Look forward to seeing you there.]]>
Entry for teams is £30 before 1st July, £35 after. Free camping is available.
For more information see the tournament page or contact the organisers.
Look forward to seeing you there.]]>