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May 21, 10

CrazyBall gets BBC1 coverage

CrazyBall gets BBC1 coverage

Mike Bushell, the BBC1 sports presenter, will be discussing and playing CrazyBall in his regular Saturday morning slot on May 22 at 8.25am. 

Bushell, who is known for introducing TV audiences to obscure sporting activities, will be talking about this unusual new game, which has four goals to score off - making it that more ‘inclusive’ for team games at schools and clubs. 

Suitable for all ages, cross gender and multiskilling sports activities, CrazyBall is a game developed in the UK to encourage young people to get involved with sport, and is part of the government’s ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ scheme.

CrazyBall was developed by Flicx UK in conjunction with the Youth Sport Trust.
 
If you miss the opportunity to watch the broadcast and would like more information email Keith at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), who will forward you a link or CD.

See websites for details: http://www.flicx.co.uk / www.crazycatch.com/uk.

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