It is ok, everyone can finally stop chewing the nails and staring out of the window in the emotional visualization of your offsprings' movements so far away.
The 2013/2014 season is soon to begin. Preparations start with training on the 27th at Chilcompton for all age groups. We then depart on the 28th for the camp and parents should have been now emailed all details. There are a few remaining consent forms so please email those across to email@example.com as soon as possible.
The Sports Gene: why the '10,000 hour rule' doesn't always make winners
Friday 16 August 2013 20.00 BST The Guardian
The '10,000 hour rule' now dictates the way many athletes are trained. But practice makes little difference, says David Epstein in an extract from his new book, without the 'trainability' gene
Please follow the link below to see footage of the exercises to practise over summer. These are important for our warm up which we will do before games next season. The video does not include the ball exercises we did int raining, but please do those too! By end of August the warm up should be perfect...
The training kit has now aarived and will be issued at training. Dan has been one of the first to try it and enjoyed posing for everyone's pleasure:)
Before everyone breaks up for the summer holidays from school, we are running an introductory training for all age groups at the following times:
Year 4 and 5: Thursday 11th July 1800 start
Year 6: Friday 12th July 1730 start
For a taste of what it is like to be a BWB player follow the link below
Many thanks to Ali Harrison who organised a raffle during the trial process and raised at brilliant total of £270. The money will go towards the new black away strip. Thanks also to all the wonderful people who donated prizes!
Following three weeks of frantic activity, the selection process for next season's squads are finally over. Each player who attended the trials should have been emailed the result of their appl;iation by now, but if not then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.