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Tresham Sports Academy Open Days

03.04.2014

Tresham’s Academy of Sport has teamed up with Corby Amateur Olympic Boxing Club and Rushden Golf Club to offer professional training alongside academic study for athletes in and around the county.

The Sports Academy allows young sportsmen and women who have previous experience competing at club level to study for a BTEC in Sport whilst
continuing to pursue a career in their chosen sport through daily professional training and competing at local and national levels.

New sports that have been introduced to the Sports Academy to complement the existing Football Academies from September 2014 are:

  • Boxing
  • Golf
  • Netball
  • Rugby

During April, two open days are being held to provide more information about the Boxing and Golf Academies.

4124-tRushden Golf Club has joined Tresham Sports Academy to form a brand new Golf Academy which gives young golfers the chance to combine full
time golfing and study. The exciting new program will enable male and female golfers aged 16 – 18 to train daily utilising the exceptional facilities at
Rushden Golf Club alongside golf professional Adrian Clifford.

The Golf Academy open day will take place on Tuesday 15th April at Rushden Golf Club, Kimbolton Road, Chelveston, NN9 6AN from 10am – 1pm.

 

4123-tCorby Amateur Olympic Boxing Club has also joined Tresham to enable male and female boxers aged 16 – 18 to train utilising the excellent facilities that the boxing club offers, improving every aspect of their performance in the ring.

The Boxing Academy open day is being held on Thursday 17th April at Corby Olympic Boxing Club, Saxilby Close, Corby, NN18 9BH from 12pm –
3pm. Experienced coaches, will be available to offer more information about the programme and training.

Anyone wishing to attend either open day, or for more information about Tresham’s Sports Academy, please email Jonathan Heathcote on jheathcote@tresham.ac.uk or ring 0845 658 89 90.

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