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Mitre Intercept Training Netball

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An IFNA approved 18 panel training and junior match ball with a soft feel emboss.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

IFNA Approved

This netball meets International Federation of Netball Associations standards, ensuring high quality and suitability for competitive play.

Soft Feel Emboss

Features a soft feel emboss, offering enhanced grip and comfort, making it easier for children to handle and control.

Indoor & Outdoor Use

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments, providing flexibility in teaching and practice sessions.

Durable Rubber Construction

Constructed from durable rubber, this size 4 netball is built to withstand continuous play in school settings, offering longevity and consistent on-court performance. Essential for PE departments.

Optimal Size & Weight

With a 22cm diameter and 15oz weight, it's perfectly sized for younger players, promoting better handling and skill development.

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Mitre Intercept Training Netball

An IFNA approved 18 panel training and junior match ball with a soft feel emboss.

Overview

  • Geared towards young athletes, this IFNA approved size 4 netball has rubber construction, ensuring durability, while the soft feel emboss provides superior grip and control. Designed specifically for children aged 5 to 11, it is aligned with the physical education curriculum at Key Stage 2.

  • The product supports the curriculum's goal to develop flexibility, strength, technique, control, and balance through competitive play and physical activity. It serves as a valuable resource for educators aiming to enhance physical education programmes and encourage active participation among pupils.

  • Integrating this netball into school sports helps raise PE's profile and contributes to a broader experience of sports, promoting regular physical activity and fostering competitive play. It aligns with efforts to support whole school improvement through increased sporting engagement.

Supports the National Curriculum

Physical Education, Key Stage 2

Play competitive games, modified where appropriate (e.g. badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball and rounders) and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending.

Physical Education, Key Stage 2

Develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance (for example, through athletics and gymnastics).

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    Colour

  • White

  • Material

  • Rubber

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