Tuesday, August 31, 2021, 11:22 am
The Porcari Women’s Basketball is ready to resume its activities at full capacity. If in fact the competitive sector has never stopped and the teams have restarted training on the outdoor field of the Cavanis nuns’ complex, now we are ready to welcome also the children of the minibasket, which has always been the heart of this activity. society, which is committed to educating children as well as teaching them the game of basketball.
Two appointments have been made just to bring the little ones closer, to introduce the sport of basketball to those who may have never taken the ball into wedges in their hand.
Thursday 2 September doors open from 16.30 to 17.30 for girls and children born in the years 2013 and 2014. From 17.30 to 18.30 the boys and girls born in 2015 will be able to try to have fun hitting the basket. and 2016.
The next day, Friday, from 16.30 to 18.30 space for those born in the years 2010, 2011 and 2012. An opportunity to get in touch with the reality of Bf Porcari, with the instructors and with the world of basketball. Those who want to continue will be able to do so from the following week, from Monday 6 when the activity will move inside the gym. Both the test and the sessions of the month of September are free.
In the meantime, the training of the formations of the competitive sector go on. Five teams will take part in the various category championships: the Under 14 and Under 15 teams are entrusted to coach Francesca Salvioni; the Under 17 and Under 19 teams are coached by coach Simone Taddei. The first team, the one that will face the Serie C championship with the ambition of doing well, is led by coach Stefano Corda.
An Open Day is also being organized, a day that falls within the tradition of Bf Porcari and which will serve to present all the teams and groups of the minibasket. In short, after the forced break for Covid, we try to return to normal, obviously always with scrupulous compliance with the rules, to protect athletes, children, coaches, instructors, managers and families, who represent a fundamental part of this community.
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