Go round again
Published at 13:12, Wednesday, 01 February 2012
THE Barrow and District Women’s Rounders League is limbering up to swing back into action this summer with a hunt for new players and teams.
The league, which plays matches on Tuesday evenings throughout the summer term at St Bernard’s School, is looking for women and girls aged 14 and up to register for the competition.
Last season saw 14 teams take part in two leagues, with South Lakes beating St Bernard’s A to the League A title and both Sovereign Chemicals and McBrides gaining promotion from League B.
Matches are played between 6.30pm and 8.30pm every Tuesday and it costs £38 to register a team. This includes insurance and week one’s match fees.
All equipment and umpiring is provided, just turn up and play.
There will also be an end-of-season handicap competition, won last year by Odd Jobs.
Registrations must be made before the AGM on February 28 at Furness College, starting at 7pm.
Anyone interested in entering a team should contact Anne on 07500 979414 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form.
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