Netball Tournament

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University of Kent
We are thrilled to announce that the netball tournament is back! Following the success of the inaugural charity tournament in 2019, Lorna Gee of OSG Architecture has teamed up with Ella Brocklebank and the team at Donations with a Difference to jointly raise funds for both charities close to our hearts.

The tournament will take place at The University of Kent, in partnership with The Brompton Fountain Children’s Charity. Teams from all over the country are invited to participate in what promises to be a fantastic day of netball, fundraising, and community spirit.

The event will begin with registration and warm-ups at 2.30 pm, with the first match scheduled to start at 3 pm. Teams will compete against each other in a round-robin format, with the top teams progressing to the knockout stages. The tournament will conclude with a grand final, where the winning team will be crowned champions.

After the tournament, participants can unwind and socialize with ‘Burgers and Beer’ at Woody’s Bar, which is just a short walk from the courts. This will provide an opportunity for participants to network, have fun, and celebrate their achievements.

All proceeds from the tournament will go towards supporting the two charities, The Brompton Fountain Children’s Charity and Donations with a Difference. These charities provide vital support to individuals and families in the local community.

The netball tournament is an excellent opportunity to have fun, network and make a positive impact on the community. We encourage teams of all abilities to participate and support this worthy cause.

Registration for the tournament is now open so sign up as soon as possible to secure their place. We look forward to welcoming you to The University of Kent for what promises to be a fantastic day of netball and fundraising.

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