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SPORT


Back Row L-R: David Woodcock; Tom Napper; George Gibson; Alex Lee; Jacob Brady; Charlie Pryce; Pride Mushonga; Jack Webb; Morgan Thorpe. Front Row L-R; Declan Martin; Tom Jennions; Owen Nightingale; Lewis Mills; Cole Starkey; Josh Ratcliffe; Jake Simpkins.


Taking their soccer skills stateside


They say if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. And this July, 16 footballers from Thomas Rotherham College are hoping to kick start their sporting careers as they take a trip to the bright lights of New York City.


This will be the fifth stateside


trip organised by the college’s PE teacher, David Woodcock, with a mixed-ability squad taking part in the nine-day expedition from 3rd to 12th July. Along with keen footballers


who are currently studying for their A-levels or BTEC diplomas, they will also be joined by players from TRC’s GOAL academy programme. During their time in New York,


the squad will play three games against local clubs; Brooklyn Italians, Massapequa SC and Downtown United. Experiencing an international


tour, the players will get the chance to show off their sporting skills on some of New York’s finest pitches including on Randall’s Island and the unique Brooklyn Bridge Pier Five – let’s hope Lady Liberty is cheering them on that day. Following in the boots of TRC


alumni, some of the young lads will be looking to gain scholarships


in the US and a visit to Hofstra University is planned for them to check out the campus and sporting facilities there. As the city that never sleeps,


there will be no time for rest as the days spent off the pitch will be used to trek around the Empire State and take in some of its most iconic sites. From the world famous


skyscrapers and billboard-bible in Times Square, to the moving 9/11 Memorial and museum, there will also be chance to relax on some of Long Island’s best beaches along with a trip to the water park. And of course, the sports team


couldn’t go all the way to New York without a visit to the Yankee Stadium. But this year, they will get two


Junior coaching for 5-16 year olds Sunday mornings 10am-12pm All abilities welcome


Teams for u10s, 12s, 14s and 16s for both boys and girls


Adult coaching Thursday evenings 7pm-9pm


bites of the Big Apple as they revel in the magic of a New York Yankees baseball game on Independence Day, followed by a soccer derby American style as the New York Red Bulls battle Major League rivals New York FC.. While making plans for the


future in the city of dreams, the players and staff at TRC would like to thank Westcourt Financial Services Ltd for their sponsorship to allow them to make it a reality.


Satellite sessions at Wickersley School Mondays 7pm-8pm 11-18 year olds


Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Bagua, Qigong and more... Seven Star Praying Mantis Kung Fu


Tai Chi Chuan • Bagua • Qigong • Meditation


Balance | Strengthen and condition the body | Build confidence Breathing techniques | Stilling the mind


Barnsley: McGann House, Chesham Rd (off Summer Lane), S70 2NT NVQ level 4 Qualified Martial Arts Coaches and Assessors | Martial Arts PT Instructor


First Aid | Enhanced CRB check | Child Protection | Welfare Officer All ages


Sifu Andy Norman Tel: 07516 719705 Email: andy@andynorman.net


www.arrowmartialarts.co.uk


and abilities welcome


Arrow Martial Arts


March to the Arch


Ahead of next season’s Steel City derbies, two football fans are setting aside their rivalries and uniting together as they tackle a 26-mile route between London stadiums to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.


On Sunday 22nd July, The


Wortley Arms’ owner Andy Gabbitas, a lifelong Owl, is joining Blade Aled Williams on the sponsored walk as part of the charity’s Men United plight. Kicking things off down at the


Olympic Park in Stratford, Andy and Aled will set off on their journey from the home of West Ham United, heading on towards Brisbane Road to National League club Leyton Orient. The route then takes them


up north to the development of Spurs’ new White Hart Lane ground, before going on to their


north London rivals Arsenal at the Emirates. The final leg of the journey sees


the team celebrate along Wembley Way before reaching the stadium’s glorious steel arch. With friends or family affected


by the disease, Andy and Aled are hoping their joint efforts will help raise money and awareness for prostate cancer which kills one man every 45 minutes. “Ignoring prostate cancer won’t


beat it. The Wortley Arms is a Men United pub and we regularly hold events to raise funds to support Prostate Cancer UK, including Aled’s monthly Pop Quiz,” Andy says.


To support the boys in


blue – and red – on their stadium tour, donate online: www.justgiving.com/ fundraising/andy-and-aled


Junior coaching for 5-16 year olds Sunday mornings 10am-12pm All abilities welcome


Teams for u10s, 12s, 14s and 16s for both boys and girls


Senior Hockey Coaching Thursday 7pm-9pm


Mens and ladies matches on Saturdays to suit all abilities Social Hockey


Informal sessions Tuesday & Wednesday


Satellite sessions at Wickersley School Mondays 7pm-8pm 11-18 year olds


All you need is a


pair of trainers and shin pads Gum shields recommended


Find us at our new training ground:


Sheffield Hallam University Sports Park, Bawtry Road, Sheffield S9 1UA (Formerly Aurora Sports Centre) • Just 1 mile from junction 34 M1


www.rotherhamhc.org.uk For further information visit:


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