Wednesday, 13th April, 2016

Cricket NSW Coming to Indoor!

All Sorts are excited to announce we have teamed up with Cricket NSW and Milo to bring you MILO T20 Blast Centre!

Join us every Wednesday for a fun and social game of cricket where your child will learn cricket skills and make new friends.

MILO T20 Blast Centre will run for 8 weeks every Wednesday from 25th May to 20th July.

Register your child now and they will receive a bonus player pack. Be quick, spaces will fill up fast!

Time: 4:30pm – 6:00pm

Ages: 7-12 years, boys and girls  

Price: $199 for 8 weeks

Register: 0437 375 353 or email luke.miner@cricketnsw.com.au 

Click here to find out more!

NSW and Milo cricket

Tuesday, 12th April, 2016

Ladies Morning Netball

All Sorts Indoor Sports Ladies Social Morning Netball is back! 

 Netball is one of Australia’s most loved team sports, and what is even better is that you can get you fit fast! The pace of a netball game means it’s a great calorie burner even Social Netball which on average is a 45 minute game, will increase your fitness when played regularly.

Facts

  • Netball is great for toning your legs, calves, thighs and buttocks as they all get a workout.
  • Chest passes can also help tone the arms, shoulders, chest and back.
  • Netball improves the body’s flexibility and nimbleness, as it requires quick changes of direction and speed.
  • Netball improves hand-eye co-ordination, with precision passing and shooting necessary to succeed.
  • Team Social Sports are a fantastic way to get back into regular exercise.
  • Mums need some ‘me time’…. exercise and particularly team sport is the perfect way to have a bit of fun and meet some great people!

Whether a seasoned player or a netball newbie this friendly comp is fun for everyone. The beauty of an indoor Netball Competition is that the games are played ALL YEAR round and will never be cancelled due to the weather. And once the game is over why not carry on the fun at one of Alexandria’s many café spots with your team mates!

All Sorts Indoor Sports Netball Tips

  1. Work on your cross-fitness to play your best and avoid injury
  2. Because the game involves a lot of fast take-offs and landings, make sure you work on your core strength
  3. Listen to your body and don’t push it too far
  4. Good Shoes are vital for the netball court
  5. If you are coming back to regular exercise, ease into it STRETCH, STRETCH and more STRETCHING
  6. Arrive early at your game to do a light warm up before you take the court
  7. Playing as part of a team means that you will have more motivation to fit that session of exercise in every week, and not to mention its way more fun than doing a workout on your own!

 

Morning Ladies Netball

What?

All Sorts Indoor Sports Centre is hosting another season of their Ladies Netball Comp on a Tuesday morning! Drop the kids at school or utilise the free on-site child minding facilities that All Sorts has to offer. Join as an individual or set up your own team

Why?

  • Fun people
  • Short seasons during school term
  • Great value
  • Surrounded by Alexandria’s best cafes for after the game
  • Great for fitness while being fun and social at the same time
  • Everything is organised for you…it’s as simple as turn up and play!

When?

  • New season starting Tuesday 3 May 2016
  • Game times are between 10am and 12pm
  • Register as an individual or a team

Contact All Sorts Indoor Sports today!

Phone: 02 9469 5654

Email: info@allsortsindoorsports.com.au

Web: allsortsindoorsports.com.au

 

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Monday, 11th April, 2016

Netball News – Winter season

And that’s a wrap…

Well done to all our players for an awesome season. Registrations are now open for our ladies Monday night netball starting this Monday 11th April and Thursday night mixed comp starting Thursday 14th April. Spaces will fill up fast so register your team now!

Well done to all our grand final winners for the Monday night Ladies comp – Eastern Eves for their awesome win against Green Machines!

Goodman Corporate Cup

The Goodman Corporate Cup is starting Mid April every Wednesday lunchtime. Get your office on board now and beat the boss!

Ladies Social Netball

Are you a mum looking to get fit? Or are you interested in playing netball during the day? Then our Ladies Morning Netball is for you! Click here to find out more!

Netball Academy

Run by a team of netball specialist coaches our academy focuses on skills, team play, tactics and most of all fun!

Sign up for our netball camps this school holiday and develop you childs skills.

Week 1 – Wed 13th and Thur 14th April

Week 2 – Mon 18th – Tues 19th April

Limited spaces available

We also invite all our young junior netballers to our NEW Netball Training Academy

Run by our head netball coach – Jodi Rosenthal and her team, our academy is the perfect complement to your club or school team training.

ages: 7 to 15 years

We have a comp for everyone. Give us a call and sign up as a team or individual today.

See you on the Court this April!

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Sunday, 10th April, 2016

Futsal News – Winter Season

We have had a great end to our season with a record amount of teams in our futsal comps!

Congratulations to all our winning teams. See you all back next season. If you would like to join our comps as a team or individual it’s easy! Simply register through our website or call us on 9469 5654.

Winners

Monday

Division 1 winners- Sydney Prn Stars

Division- Happy as Larry

Tuesday

Division 2- Casuals

Mixed- MA Lakers

Wednesday

Division 2- Batch’s Rats

Division 3- Expected Toulouse

Thursday 

Division 2- Billy’s Team

Division 3- Bayer Neverlosen

futsal finals

Saturday, 9th April, 2016

Coach of the month – April

Congratulations to Nick Hanna who is this months star coach!

Nick has been coaching for over 20 years and has coached players from children up to adults.

What do you like most about coaching?

Giving back to the game is an amazing feeling and seeing young players improve is priceless

How long have you been coaching?

20 years!

What’s the difference between playing and coaching?

As a player you can influence the game by getting involved and the challenge is a lot more physical but as a coach you can influence the game in more ways than one. coaching players that will eventually go on and do great things is a great way to influence the game and the challenge is a lot harder because you can’t physically go out and play you need the prep and prime the players so that they are ready to play.

nick

 

Thursday, 7th April, 2016

Team of the month – April

This month we would like to thank the NSW Floorball team for their ongoing support with All Sorts. They have been with us for 3 years and hold all their major tournaments at Indoor. They continue to grow as an association playing tournaments every Saturday and Sunday. Thanks to NSW Floorball we have had the privilege of the Australian Floorball team train out of All Sorts.
With Floorball NSW recently starting junior floorball comps at All Sorts it is an exciting time for All Sorts and NSW Floorball. We are expecting big things to happen in the future…

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What is Floorball?

Floorball is an innovative new sport that is quickly spreading across the world. Floorball is a fast paced indoor sport that blends the greatest elements of ice hockey with some characteristics also found in soccer and basketball.

Floorball is an indoor sport with five field players and one goalie on each team. Each field player usually has a light carbon graphite stick, which is about 3 feet long. The ball is 3 inches in diameter, white, and made of plastic. The ball is hollow and to make it light there are 26 little holes on the sides and weight only 23 grams.

The Floorball court is similar to an ice-hockey rink but smaller, 120 feet x 60 feet with 20-inch sideboards. There is a goal at each end, which is guarded by a goalie without a stick. The goalie sits on their knees and is able to touch the ball over any part of the court as long as they have one part of their body in the goal area.

What do I need to get started?

Aside from comfortable, breathable gym wear and low sitting rubber soled shoes (please no black soles, as they leave marks on the playing field) you’ll also need a graphite/carbon fibre stick.

(It is not a prerequisite to own a stick upon commencement. Players have spares and are willing to lend them temporarily to help get you started)

How do I get started?

The easiest way to get started is by contacting:

indoorsports@allsortsfitness.com.au or (02) 9469 5654

www.facebook.com/floorballnsw

nswfa.competitions@gmail.com