WELCOME TO YOUR JUNE CLUB NEWSLETTER
We hope that everyone has been enjoying a well earnt rest since the end of the season and for those sitting exams we hope that everything has gone to plan! This month’s newsletter features the following articles:
- BASKETBALL ENGLAND ANNOUNCE NEW LEAGUE STRUCTURES
- SUMMER TRAINING REMINDER
- COUGARS SUMMER CAMP: Early booking discount extended
- VOLUNTEER COACHES WANTED
- BRIGHTON COUGARS AGM
- FUN BASKETBALL FOR MUMS & DADS
- END OF SEASON PRIZE DRAW WINNERS
- NEW SEASON REGISTRATION & PAYMENTS
- DIEPPE 2019
- WHERE ARE THEY NOW?: Lucien Christophis
- KEY DATES FOR 2019
Brighton Cougars Basketball Club is one of the largest basketball clubs in South East England and is currently looking to recruit at least one additional L2 or L3 coach for its junior National League programme. Based in Brighton, East Sussex, you would need to be available two evenings a week for training plus weekends for home and away fixtures which may be on a Saturday or a Sunday.
OPEN TRIALS: TUES JULY 2 & JULY 9 2019
If you’re currently in school years 5-10, are athletic and enjoy other sports like netball or hockey, then why not come along to our Open Trials? No experience necessary, just lots of enthusiasm and energy. For our Women’s teams some basketball experience is preferred as both teams play at a fairly high level.
HIghlights this month include:
This year's Cougars Easter Camp will take place over 4 days at Sussex University Sports Hall from Mon April 15 to Thurs April 18 2019
Due to exams there will be no training at Dorothy Stringer from sun Nov 25 through til Tues Dec 4 inclusive.
Don't miss this year's club Christmas Party ....
The November Club newsletter is now available to view here online
There will be a new Drop In training session for u16/U18s boys on Wednesdays 8-9.15pm starting next Wednesday October 17th at Dorothy Stringer Sports Hall.
Brighton Cougars Basketball Club is currently recruiting girls to its U11 Girls team. If you love sports, are athletic with good hand eye co-ordination and are of above average height, then come and give basketball a try. Netballers also make great basketball players and many of our existing members continue to play both with great success.