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Overseas Netball Team in London

04/04/17

Last night I met up with a great bunch of our overseas teachers and support workers at the Millennium Arena in Battersea Park. Only a couple of months ago they had just arrived in the UK and were settling into London life. After meeting at our monthly candidate social Pub Night they stayed in contact and formed a Protocol netball team, having seen GO Mammoth advertised on Facebook.

They signed up and now play every Monday against various teams, leading up to end of season finals. It’s fantastic to see our candidates coming together and creating a community like this and we were keen to get involved! We created some sponsored t-shirts for them as you can see from the photo and look forward to cheering them on come the finals! There are so many ways to stay active in the city with not just netball but rugby, tennis, football and even frisbee groups dotted all over the place. Why not form a team and get involved? If you do, make sure to let us know!

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