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Ser Y Byd - Netball Club

This years Ser y Byd Presentation took place on Friday 14th June in Selwyn Samuel Centre. Medals and certificates were given to all athletes who have taken part in this year and each were commended on their individual efforts at training sessions and others for their efforts for playing in Division 5 games of this season's Llanelli Winter League. Special Guests included Ben Williams from Welsh Netball, Denise Craddock - Chairperson of Llanelli Netball League, Mikey Davies of RD Gym (sponsored the medals and trophies for this years Division 5 of LNL), Nikki Howells of Welsh Netball and Diane Griffiths from Sospans Netball Club.

Samina Haque and Emily Slimm received a Special Recognition Award for their commitment and passion for the sport.  Kieran Ward was voted one of 3 best players for Ser y Byd from this season's Llanelli Netball League, whilst Josh Price recieved the award for Coaches Player for his dedication and team work.

The atheltes celebrated everyone's successes at the Presentation alnd later enjoyed a buffet and disco which was kindly provided by Coleshill Activity Centre.

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Ser y Byd is an integrated all-ability Netball team based in Llanelli and the only inclusive Netball Team in Wales. The squad is made up of pupils from Ysgol Heol Goffa and clients from Coleshill Adult Training Centre, and is going from strength to strength.

In 2010 we started netball training in Ysgol Heol Goffa with a total of seven or eight players, usually during a PE session or during lunch breaks. Over the years pupils interest has grown and we have progressed to having an allocation at Llanelli Leisure Centre every Friday for training and now have a total of eighteen players.

Interest has grown and recently we have joined with clients and staff at Coleshill adult training centre to form a joint club of unisex members. Many past pupils have remained members of the club from leaving Ysgol Heol Goffa through transition to adult services.

We now have 40 members regularly training and they look forward to attending sessions, meeting new and old friends, working together as part of a team. Players have benefited greatly from skills learned in our sessions– confidence building, self-esteem, including seeing to their personal care.

We welcome any new players above the age of thirteen to join our club and help our club expand and grow.