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    January 4, 2021

‘Netball Nights In’ Returns for 2021

Following on from the success of Our ‘Netball Nights In’ initiative during Wales’ firebreak lockdown, ‘Netball Nights In Take 2’ returns for the start of 2021. For as long as Wales remains in Level 4 Coronavirus restrictions, we will be running two digital ‘Netball Nights In’ activities per week free to access, for our netball family.

Every Tuesday (starting next week), from 7pm until 8pm we will be running a ‘Netty-flix’ session, featuring an in depth live interview and Q&A opportunity with figures from across the world of Welsh netball, sport and beyond. The first session will on Tuesday 12 January will feature Cath Pendleton, the ‘Merthyr Mermaid’ who has become the first person to swim a mile in the freezing cold Antarctic Circle! 

Meanwhile, on Thursdays (starting this week), from 7pm until 8pm, we will be welcoming back Kyra Jones, who will be once again hosting High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) sessions which you can participate in from home. The first session will take place on Thursday 7 January. 

There is no need to register, simply click the relevant links below which will go live at 7pm on the day of each activity. Any questions regarding ‘Netball Nights In 2’ can be sent to: WelshNetball@walesnetball.com 

Tuesday’s ‘Netty-flix’ Session: http://tiny.cc/netty-flix

Thursday’s ‘HIIT with Kyra Jones Session: http://tiny.cc/kyra-workout

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