Wheelchair rugby comes to Carshalton

Sutton Guardian: Wheelchair rugby or 'murderball' is coming to Carshalton Wheelchair rugby or 'murderball' is coming to Carshalton

Why not try something both terrifying and exhilarating this year?

Wheelchair rugby took the London 2012 Paralympics by storm with its fast-paced tactics and brutality which gave it the nickname of ‘murderball’.

Now the London Wheelchair Rugby Club has teamed up with Weir Archer Academy to bring the sport, which is a fusion office hockey, handball and rugby, to Carshalton.

Four free taster sessions are being held to welcome potential players with a physical impairment to come along, get active and try the sport out. Wheelchairs and coaching will be provided.

Wheelchair rugby taster sessions; Stanley Park High Sports Hall, Carshalton; 6pm and 8pm; Fri February 21, Fri March 7, Fri March 28, Fri April 4; register with Paul Arnold on 07872 664927; email paul.arnold@gbwr.org.uk; visit gbwr.org.uk


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