Epsom & Ewell

Racketball

RACKETBALL is a gentle cross between tennis and squash but is played indoors on a squash court.
It is played with short rackets and a bouncy ball which is easier to strike and is easier to learn than tennis, squash or badminton.
Good cardiovascular exercise, great fun for both men and women, all ages and abilities.

Ebbisham Sports Club, a friendly not-for-profit Community Club in Epsom, runs 50+ RACKETBALL DROP-IN SESSIONS as follows:

Beginners on Mondays and Wednesdays 10-11.30am
Improvers on Tuesdays 2-3.30pm.
Cost £2.50 for U3A members, £3.50 for non-members.

All equipment provided but all participants should wear non-marking trainers (or borrow from Club if needed).

4 week RACKETBALL BEGINNERS & IMPROVER COURSES are held 3 times a year, usually on Sundays from 5-6pm at Ebbisham Sports Club in Epsom.
Cost £2.50 for U3A members, £3.50 for non-members.

All equipment provided
Please contact U3A Racketball Group Leader, Jo Robinson on 020-8393 5284 or 01372-720647
(Ebbisham Office) for more information or see website www.ebbisham.com .

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