Nipper training commences

2018-01-17 06:02
Warnadoone Nippers prepare for the provincial championships.PHOTOS: supplied

Warnadoone Nippers prepare for the provincial championships.PHOTOS: supplied

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WARNADOONE Lifesaving Club held their first training session for Nippers and juniors on Sunday, January 7.

The club is gearing up for the KZN championships, which take place on January 27 and 28 at the Durban, Marine Lifesaving Club.

From sand to sea activities - running, swimming, body boarding, Malibu boarding, run and swim and board relays, flags and more.

The club welcomes new children that are keen to join. It is never late to become a member, young or old.

For further information, contact Llewellyn Veldtman on 082 572 7910, Andrew Ellis on 072 964 5638 or e-mail wdnippers@gmail.com - Supplied.

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