AN all-abilities clinic held at Rosebud Stadium (Southern Peninsula Basketball Association) in conjunction with GenU Rosebud drew about 40 participants aged 19 to 50.
The day was designed for all levels of basketball ability, starting with a skills and drill session to get participants warmed up, and finishing with two full court games.
Community engagement officer for the association, Peter Caspersz, said the level of basketball skill was wide, but the “smiles and friendships and fun was massive”.
“Being truly our first all abilities clinic and with the help of Danielle Sparks and a group of experienced teachers from GenU and SPBA coaches, we were thrilled to offer this free, come-and-try clinic,” he said.
All the participants received a Sharks t-shirt and free pass to the weekend’s Big V games at Rosebud.
“It was great to see some of those athletes involved in the clinic there on Saturday night,” Caspersz said.
For more information on the program, email Peter Caspersz at firstname.lastname@example.org