It is participation activity that allows schools and clubs to be part of a fun, hockey-based initiative in the lead up to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The Commonwealth Dribble is also your school’s opportunity to be part of a national initiative to have fun playing hockey whilst dribbling around the Commonwealth.
Your school can set itself a target distance to dribble and work at it until May 2014, developing hockey skills and knowledge as you go.
Each school’s contribution will be recognised and will contribute to the national total. The ambitious challenge is for the combined national total to reach the 9,828km of the journey from Delhi to Glasgow.
It’s not just for schools, your hockey club can get involved too! All you need to do is pick a territory or country and start dribbling, as a warm up, in training or even make a big event out of it. Just record your distance which will be added to the national total.
It’s very easy to take part; all you need is a hockey stick, a hockey ball, a few cones and a way of measuring distance.
For more information please download and read The Commonwealth Dribble guide.
Once you are ready to take part, simply register your school’s details using the Registration Form.
You can also update us on your school’s/club activities via the Progress Update Form
If you have any further enquiries about The Commonwealth Dribble, please contact Elanor Cormack, Regional Development Manager (Tayside & Fife)
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