A record number of 41 children participated in the recently completed BCU Easter Sports Camp in Yamba over the school holidays.
Lower Clarence Tennis Association’s head tennis coach, Alan Jurd, said it was another successful camp “with many new faces attending for the first time and getting to experience sports such as netball, gymnastics, Futsal, table tennis, swimming, athletic games and tennis”.
“It is always great to see kids making new friends, learning new skills, both physically and relationally, in a safe and friendly environment,” Mr Jurd said.
“We are so grateful to BCU for their ongoing support of our camps and the wonderful opportunity it provides our kids in a local environment.”
Winners of the $50 BCU bank accounts were Boston Heffernan and Maddi Norris, both from Maclean.
Winner of the coveted ‘Camp Wombat’ tennis championship was Nathan ‘Noodles’ Hayman from Yamba.
The next BCU Sports Camp will be held at the Ryan Park Tennis Complex, Maclean on July 4, 5 and 6.
For more information call Alan Jurd on 0416 016 775.