30th April 1999 at 01:00

This scheme recognises movement and ball skills from players of prim-ary age to adulthood at schools and clubs across Great Britain. Awards days will be organised across England between now and August offering coaching and skill development and to encourage parents, teachers and coaches to get a taste of setting-up, running and assessing the awards. Starter packs from the Welsh Netball Association, 01222 237048, the All England NA, 01462 442344 or the Scottish NA, 0141 5704016.


Should fox hunting be banned? The Millennium Bug: fact or fiction? Football is just a game. These are among the subjects being debated by three age categories (11 to 15; 16 to 18; and 18 to 40) in regional competitions. The grand final for juniors and seniors will be held at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool on June 19. Prizes include cash, vouchers and gifts. For details and free tips on how to speak more effectively in public, send an SAE to: British Junior Chamber, 12 Regent Place, Rugby CV21 2PN.

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