Suitable Weather Favourite Activities

Rounders

The game of rounders has been played in England since Tudor times, with the earliest reference being in 1744 in “A Little Pretty Pocketbook” where it was called baseball. This is a sport primarily played in school but US baseball authoritarians agree it was likely their game derived from rounders.

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Venue:
Chadsmoor
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Football

Football is not only the nations favourite sport and game but is where the game originated and where the rules were officially formulated.  Its now estimated to be played by more than 250 million players in over 200 countries. It requires very little equipment so it can be played in the any open ground or park.

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Venue:
Chadsmoor | St Josephs
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Athletics

Athletics has come a long way since the ancient Olympics of Greece. The sport now often referred to as "track and field"  has nearly 50 outdoor and 25 indoor events that fall under the International Association of Athletics Federation authority.

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Venue:
Chadsmoor | St Josephs
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Cricket

Cricket has been an established team sport for hundreds of years and is one of the most popular sports in the world. It began in England and is now very popular through out the commonwealth. It is said that is was a game created for children by children.

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Venue:
Chadsmoor | St Josephs
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Hockey

It is suggested that like perhaps kicking a ball like object around the most natural thing to do is to pick up a stick and hit a ball like object around! Stick and ball games have been around for centuries and recorded across the world in various forms but the modern variant of field hockey is reputed to have begun in 19th century England.

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Venue:
Chadsmoor | St Josephs
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Tag Rugby

Whilst a great game parents are often concerned about the possibility of their child sustaining injury when playing Rugby. However this milder version of the sport allows both girls and boys to feel the exhilaration of the sport without fear, as tackles are replaced by ‘touches’ or ‘tags’. Players only need to tag their opponents to indicate that they have been ‘tackled.

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Venue:
Chadsmoor | St Josephs
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