London Youth Games

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Dec. 8, 2016, 11:35 a.m.

London Youth Games – Team Enfield

London Youth Games has been London's favourite youth sports competition since 1977, when it was launched to mark the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. Since then borough teams have competed on an annual basis for the Jubilee Trophy as the event has grown into Europe's largest annual youth sports event. Every year, it has reached its climax at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, which has become the spiritual home of the event.

Lots of Olympic athletes have started off their sporting career at London Youth Games – could you be the next big star!!??

The 2017 games are underway and Team Enfield are currently organising trials across most of the sports. Specific information regarding these trials will be posted on the News section of www.activeenfield.co.uk

We are currently seeking girls and boys for our Year 7 & 8 cricket squads to compete in February 2017 with a chance of making the finals at Lords in early March 2017. Please note you must either go to school in the Borough or live in the Borough in order to represent Enfield at the London Youth Games.

For more specific information about London Youth Games events and age categories please visit www.londonyouthgames.org.

Please email sport@enfield.gov.uk if you would like to register your interest in attending trials detailing which sport you are interested in. Once trials are confirmed we will then notify everyone.

Enfield will participate in the following sports in 2017

Cricket (male & female)

Boccia (Main & Mini)

Inclusive Zone Basketball

Tennis

Football (male, female, para male, para female)

Basketball (male & female)

Volleyball (male & female)

Fencing

Swimming (male, female, para male, para female)

Squash

Badminton

Table Tennis (male & female)

Judo (male & female)

Cycling

Athletics (male, female, para male, para female)

Archery

Netball

Diving

Indoor Rowing

Aquathlon/Triathlon

Weightlifting

Kayak/Sailing

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