***Korfball Level 2 Coaching Course*** Want to get involved in coaching your University club. Please see details below of the Avon Tyrell Korfball Coaching Course, taking place over the summer. There are grants available to cover the cost and you may even be able to get finial support from your own University spot departments. 1st4Sport Coaching Course 2017 The Norfolk Korfball Association, in association with Sport Structures is running the 1st4Sport Level 2 Korfball Course. This course is an intensive week of high level skills training, and teaching of coaching techniques suitable for training teams at competition level. The course runs from Saturday 29 July to Saturday 5 August and is held at Avon Tyrrell, a Youth Club Residential Centre, set in beautiful grounds in the New Forest at Bransgore, Hampshire. Facilities include a lake, heated outdoor swimming pool, sports fields, hard courts and its own woods. WHO CAN GO? The coaching course is open to anyone (18 years and over) who is keen to improve their game and acquire coaching skills for teams playing competitive korfball. The people that benefit most will be familiar with korfball and seeking to expand their coaching abilities. However the course has also been of benefit to students at colleges where there is no experienced coach (or players) available. It is also ideal for teachers and youth leaders and people who want to help train players within their club. WHAT’S THE COURSE ABOUT? The course is organised by the NKA and will be taught by top-level coaches who have had extensive experience of playing and training korfball to high levels. The course will include the theory and practice of korfball, rules, methodology, tactics, teaching, game analysis, technique and much more. The course will involve assessments of personal coaching abilities. The referee’s theory examination is included during the week, this is in addition to the 1st4sport coaching course. Usually a great sense of team spirit develops amongst the course participants and at the end of the week there is a game against the Summer Camp team, and a party. There is a little free time and a choice of activities such as archery and canoeing to take part in as well as swimming every day. ACCOMMODATION AND WHAT TO BRING. Participants on the course are well-fed and watered by a team of volunteers who prepare three meals a day. If you have any particular dietary needs or medical considerations, please let us know as soon as possible. Accommodation is in two purpose-built chalets with twin and four bedded rooms and showers. Bring plenty of sports clothes (including trainers and astro-turf boots), sun cream and a torch. If you are prepared to camp, there is a £100 reduction in fees. COST The cost for the week is £685. However, you can apply for a grant of up to £150 to reduce the cost. The fee includes full board and lodging as well as course materials. Please contact Philip Buttinger (details below) for grant details. Please note: there are only a limited number (24) of places available on this course, and these will be allocated to ensure a fair distribution across all areas, so please book as soon as you can. TRAVEL Transport to and from Avon Tyrell is not provided although travellers by train can be collected from Christchurch Station by arrangement. There will be other people going from various parts of the country so it may be possible to get a lift for a share of the petrol. Arrival between 3 and 5pm on Saturday 29 July departure by 12 noon on Saturday 5 August. To obtain the 1st4Sport qualification it is necessary to complete a further assessment at least 3 months after the completion of the Avon Tyrrell week course and after you have conducted at least 6 korfball training sessions. Those who successfully complete the Avon Tyrrell course will receive a Letter of Competence to allow you to coach before completion of the final assessment phase. TO BOOK Email your details to Philip Buttinger: email@example.com and make payment into Norfolk Korfball Association’s bank account at Barclays 20-62-53 10469440 before the 4 June. Payment in full is required by the 8 July 2017. But hurry up and book early – places are limited. England Korfball Norfolk Korfball Association London Korfball Association Kent Korfball Association Welsh Korfball - Pêl-Corff Cymru Scotland Korfball Oxfordshire Korfball Association Yorkshire Korfball Association East Midlands Korfball Association South Midlands Korfball Association North West Korfball Association South West Korfball League
Stockholm Korfball is proud to announce the Stockholm International Korfball Tournament (SIKT) 2017 that will be held on August 12-13, 2017. The tournament will be organized in the beautiful city of Stockholm and we aim to have two days of matches and a social event on Saturday evening. We would cordially like to invite you to participate. Looking forward to hearing from you soon and meeting you in Stockholm!
It is with great sadness that the British Student Korfball Association announce that we have reluctantly accepted the resignation, with immediate affect, of Dave Buckland as the GB Student Squad Head Coach. Dave explained his decision in conversations last week with BSKA President Alan Piper and BSKS Manager John Bagnall. Dave has worked tirelessly in his role over the years and feels now is the right time to move on and focus on other commitments. It has been a great privilege to have Dave as head coach for the last four years and his devotion to the development of student korfball has been second to none. We would like to put on record our enormous gratitude for all Dave has achieved in his role as head coach. It is clear that student korfball in Britain would not be where it is today without Dave's efforts. Dave will continue to work with the BSKA on development and as a trusted advisor for which we are very thankful. We are pleased to confirm that Joe Stirling and Rob Williams will continue in their role as coaches ensuring that the squad still has the best possible preparation in the build up to the BSKA International Invitational Trophy in June. We wish Dave the absolute best for all his future endeavors and look forward to working with him on other projects. Thank you
Good Evening, I am pleased to confirm the amount of BUCS points each university has been allocated for the 2016/17 season. 1. University of East Anglia - 57 2. University of Nottingham - 56 3. University of Birmingham - 41 4. University of Southampton - 35 5. University of Exeter - 26 6. University of Bristol - 25 7. Sheffield Hallam University- 20 8. University of Brighton - 16 9. University of Edinburgh - 15 10. University of Oxford - 12 11. University of Reading - 10 12. University of Strathclyde - 9 13. Cardiff University- 8 14. University of Cambridge - 6 15. University of Liverpool - 7 16. University of Sheffield - 2 17. University of Kent - 1 Thanks, Joe Hubbert BSKA Media & PR Officer
Good Evening, I am pleased to confirm the final standings for the National Plate Competition which took place this weekend at the All Saints Sports Centre in Sheffield 1. Sheffield Hallam University 3 2. University of Nottingham 3 3. University of Reading 1 4. University of Liverpool 1 5. University of Exeter 2 6. University of Birmingham 4 7. University of Sheffield 2 8. University of Kent 2 9. De Montfort University 1 10. University of Bristol 3 11. Cardiff University 3 12. De Montfort University 2 13. Aberystwyth University 1 14. University of Leeds 2 15. University of Oxford 2 16. University of Nottingham 4 17. University of Sheffield 3 18. University of Edinburgh 3 19. Lancaster University 2 20. Cardiff University 2 21. University of Manchester 3/University of Sussex 1 22. 23. University of Kent 3/University of Brighton 24. 25. Keele University 2 26. University of Bedfordshire Thanks, Joe Hubbert BSKA Media & PR Officer
Good Evening, After a slight delay, I am pleased to confirm the final standings for National Trophy 2017 which took place at the Cardiff City House of Sport on 11th/12th of March. 1. University of Nottingham 2 2. University of Exeter 1 3. University of Birmingham 2 4. University of Oxford 1 5. University of Bristol 2 6. University of Strathclyde 1 7. University of East Anglia 2 8. University of Edinburgh 2 9. University of Birmingham 3 10. Leeds Beckett University 1 11. University of St. Andrews 2 12. Sheffield Hallam University 2 13. University of Southampton 2 14. Keele University 1 15. Cardiff Metropolitan University 16. University of East Anglia 3 17. University of Manchester 2 18. University of Essex 1 19. University of Cambridge 2 20. Northumbria University 1 Thanks, Joe Hubbert BSKA Media & PR Officer
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***BUCS Korfball National Plate - Day 2 Fixtures*** Well played everyone today. An email has been sent with the attached fixture list on to all your student club email accounts.that attachment. We have also put everyone's first round of games up below, alongside the time and pitch number. Please arrive 30 minutes before the scheduled start time (listed below). Remember for every minute a team is late for their fixture 1 goal will be awarded to the opposition, so please be prompt 9:00 - Pitch 1 Manchester 3 vs Sheffield 3 9:00 - Pitch 2 Keele 2 vs Sussex 1 9:00 - Pitch 3 Kent 3 vs Lancaster 2 9:28 - Pitch 1 Bristol 3 vs Aberystwyth 1 9:28 - Pitch 2 Leeds 2 vs DMU 2 9:28 - Pitch 3 Nottingham 4 vs Cardiff 3 9:56 - Pitch 1 Oxford 2 vs DMU 1 9:56 - Pitch 2 Edinburgh 3 vs Brighton 2 9:56 - Pitch 3 Manchester vs free game as no Bedford 10:24 - Pitch 1 Sheffield 2 vs Nottingham 3 10:24 - Pitch 2 Exeter 2 vs Hallam 3 10:24 - Pitch 3 Liverpool 1 vs Birmingham 4 10:52 - Pitch 1 Reading 1 vs Kent 2 10:52 - Cardiff 2 vs Sussex 1 10:52 - Sheffield 3 vs Lancaster 2 Any question contact Alan Piper firstname.lastname@example.org Best of luck tomorrow. Let's see who will be crowned National Plate Winners.
Hi All, The draw for BUCS National Plate 2016/17 has completed. Watch the below video to find out which pool your team is in (Pools and tournament structure summarised in the comments). Finally, good luck! Thanks, Joe Hubbert BSKA Media & PR Officer https://www.youtube.com/embed/YZr9Cu3PNz0
***National Plate Draw/Schedule*** To keep everyone updated we hope to release the National Plate draw and schedule (via email) tomorrow. Hope everyone is getting excited. Watch this space.
Only a few days left until National Plate 2016/17, make sure you click attend on the event below and use #bucskorfball on Twitter.
Have the pools/schedule for plate been announced yet? 🙂
The best of indoor korfball in Belgium 2016-'17. https://youtu.be/KJyFWU_lwgU https://www.youtube.com/embed/KJyFWU_lwgU
Congratulations to all the teams that have qualified for National Trophy this year! Only a few days left until National Trophy 2016/17, make sure you click attend on the event below and use #bucskorfball on Twitter.
Hi All, Over the weekend some clubs have lost balls. If you come across a ball with UMKC written on the side, I urge you to get in contact with Manchester via University of Manchester Korfball Club or email@example.com. If you come across a ball with SUKC or Sheffield Uni written across the side please get in touch with Sheffield via firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Joe Hubbert
Hi, I am pleased to confirm the final standings and awards for National Championships 2016/17 1. University of East Anglia 2. University of Southampton 3. University of Birmingham 4. University of Brighton 5. University of Bristol 6. University of Nottingham 7. University of Edinburgh 8. Cardiff University 9. University of Cambridge 10. University of Manchester 11. University of Kent 12. University of Sheffield 13. University of St. Andrews 14. Lancaster University 15. Sheffield Hallam University 16. University of Leeds Joint Female top goal scorers with 22 goals each: Marleen Schutter - Lancaster University Robyn Seabright - University of Edinburgh Male top goal scorer with 30 goals: Blake Palfreyman - University of Brighton Female MVP: Abi Smith - University of East Anglia Male MVP: Blake Palfreyman Congratulations to University of East Anglia for winning this season! Thanks, Joe Hubbert BSKA Media & PR Officer
Second Half of BUCS National Champs Final
National Championships Final UEA vs University of Southampton
2nd half Brighton uni vs Birmingham University
3rd/4th place playoff University of Birmingham vs University of Brighton
Congratulations to all the teams on their results today! The game results and player stats so far are in this spreadsheet, along with the schedule for tomorrow. Have a browse and see you tomorrow! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7u5y04OqjAtMGp6Z3dvLXlIWUk?usp=sharing