Rhinos Netball U15s to compete in School Games
Leeds Rhinos Netballs Under-15s are set to compete in the 2021 School Games National Finals in a festival of school sport in Loughborough.
The team will be coached by Under-15s head coach Beccy Lewis, who will be assisted by Franchise Pathway Coach, Francine Hall and Olivia Park is Team Manager. The event will see the U15s come up against their counterparts from other Superleague franchises across Friday and Sunday, with ambition to make it through to the Final on Sunday 5th September. All games will be streamed live on the Youth Sports Trust YouTube page.
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The schedule is:
Friday 3rd September
- Game 1 vs Severn Stars – 12pm
- Game 2 vs Wasps – 3pm
Saturday 4th September
- Game 1 vs Team Bath 10am
- Game 2 vs Manchester Thunder 12pm
- Afternoon from 2pm Placing Games
Sunday 5th September ** dependent on the previous games.
- Finals day Games start 10am
- Final 12pm
The Schools Sport Games is supported by National Lottery funding from Sport England and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust, is a major multi-sport event for talented young athletes across the UK.
Between Thursday 2nd and Sunday 5th September, more than 1,300 young athletes will compete across ten sports, including disability disciplines, at venues across Loughborough University Campus.
The School Games National Finals will be the first multi-sport event for young athletes following the lifting of lockdown restrictions. Our athletes have spent the last year and a half working tirelessly on their fitness and training in the hopes of competing at Loughborough University this summer.
Now back and in its 14th year, we’ll be celebrating the resilience of our young athletes by sharing their stories of how they have stayed motivated and maintained their competitive edge to be ready to compete on this national stage.