Mini Diggers

Mini Diggers is designed to work on both gross motor patterns and fine hand-eye coordination movements required for young children to enjoy athletics.

This is not strictly a volleyball program; it's a perfect starting point for all athletics.

Mini Diggers is designed to encourage the players to participate in a sport whilst having fun that also readies them for their next steps in sport.

As the players progress we will then focus on volleyball fundamentals and improving their basic skills and techniques. Our upbeat environment at Mini Diggers will allow the players to have fun while getting sound fundamental coaching from our qualified staff, including former volleyball player and London 2012 Olympian Rachel Laybourne and current England U17 Cadets Girls Head coach Darren Lewis.

This is a great way for young players to learn new skills, gain confidence in themselves and make new friends!

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