Go for growth – our korfball is now cheaper

Go for growth – our korfball is now cheaper

South London Korfball have taken (some) inspiration from the Government’s mini-budget and decided to reduce the cost of our pay-as-you-go (PAYG) training fees. Going forwards, PAYG training will now cost £10 per 2 hour session. The club will provide refunds...
Back to the Korf – but for longer

Back to the Korf – but for longer

South London Korfball will be starting indoor training on Tuesday 6 September at Streatham and Clapham High School for Girls, 42 Abbotswood Road, SW16 1AW. We have secured the hall for 2 hours and will be starting training at 19.00 and finishing at 21.00. Arrive at...
South London Korfball membership 2022-23

South London Korfball membership 2022-23

Membership for South London Korfball will be open to all on 20 July 2022. The fees for the 2022-23 season are not yet finalised but won’t be more than £360 for existing members and £305 for new/ reduced members. This will cover: 2 hours of coached training per...
Chestnut Korf

Chestnut Korf

South London Korfball’s summer Korf4All sessions kicked off on Monday 11th July at Chestnut Grove’s 3G astroturf. We had 16 people show up to play a couple of games of mono-korf (the 5-a-side equivalent of korfball, no half way line, two posts) and a full...
All change at Solo

All change at Solo

South London Korfball held its AGM on Tuesday 17 June. The club reviewed the season and the accounts (see link for details) and voted in a new committee. Main changes are that the club now has a Social Secretary on the committee. The club will now be better placed to...
Back to the Korf – but for longer

Korf4All returns to Balham

South London Korfball have secured an outdoor 3G pitch to run its korfball competition Korf4All over the summer. What it is? A weekly, casual korfball competition where we’ll play a mini tournament amongst the players that attend. Suitable for beginners, players...
All’s well that Korf’s well

All’s well that Korf’s well

South London Korfball’s series of summer indoor tournaments – Korf4All – came to an end on Tuesday night with Wandsworth taking home the trophy. Wandsworth took first prize with 6 points (2 wins, 2 draws), one point more than second placed Tooting (5...
Back to the Korf – but for longer

Korf4All – week 2

South London Korfball came out in numbers on Tuesday night, with 30 people fighting for the points and the possibility of a (very small) trophy next week when Korf4All comes to an end … for now. The teams were rearranged, but Streatham won again with a clean...