BASKETBALL TASTER

It might have been the Easter break for some, but school students from across the North East and North Yorkshire came to TyneMet to take part in a basketball taster session. 

The aim was to introduce prospective students to the North East Sports Academy (NESA) team at TyneMet, see the facilities for themselves and meet up with current students who combine their studies with first class coaching and training with NESA. 

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Olympic and Paralympics Day

Students from TyneMet and Queen Alex have been involved in a special Olympic and Paralympic Day at the college, (Tuesday 14 December).

They all gathered in the Coast Road sports centre to take part in activities including Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby and Visually Impaired Football.

NESA coach Matt Green said: This is an opportunity for students to get coaching in paralympic sports to see how tough it is to play at the top level and learn how to get around in the wheelchairs and get to grips with the rules of the game."

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TyneMet Sports Awards 2010

Celebrating top sporting talent and great personal achievement was the theme at this year's sports awards at TyneMet College.

Staff, students, key partners and special guests celebrated the end of another fantastic sporting year at TyneMet, which saw a huge number of individual and team successes.

The event was also a chance for the college to say thank you to all those who contribute so positively to sport at TyneMet College and the North East Sports Academy.

Published: 01 Dec 2010

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