LINKS : SPORT
Many local sports clubs have their own websites which serve as a source of information about their activities and might even inspire you to join them:
|› Dunmow Atlantis Swimming Club|
We are a small, friendly club and have competed in the Winter League and the Mini League, as well as attending several friendly galas each year. We also hold our own annual Club Championships for Atlantis members. We have about 100 members to date and are growing fast. The Club is split into 3 sections: Development, Club and Masters. Please get in touch for more details.
|› Dunmow Crests Netball Club|
We are a friendly club and welcome all new comers, our training sessions are fun whilst also helping us to improve our game. The majority of us are Mums who enjoyed the game at school but havenít played since. There are only a few of us who have played more recently.
|› Dunmow Kyokushinkai Karate Club|
Dunmow Kyokushinkai Karate club was started in 1985 by Sensei Andrew Turner. Since its inception, the club has gone from strength to strength and now boasts 10 black belts, numerous champions and a spirit that is second to none. With a permanent Dojo and the training benefits that come from a wealth of experience, who knows what is possible.
|› Dunmow Rhodes Youth Football Club|
Welcome to the website of Dunmow Rhodes Youth FC - we currently run teams from Under 8's to Seniors. The club is thriving and demand for places in the individual teams is great. Each team has its own pages for Match Reports and general information.
|› Dunmow Rifle & Pistol Club|
The club was founded in 1942, and has been active ever since, and caters for all types of rifle and pistol shooting. There are opportunities for members to compete in the local small-bore league and postal competitions as well as club competitions for rim-fire and gallery/pistol-calibre firearms (both rifles and long barrelled revolvers).
|› Dunmow Tennis Club|
Whether you are a junior looking to play, a parent or a more experienced player or coach wanting to join a new club, find out all about our great club - who to contact, our facilities and how to join. Get involved!
|› Dunmow Triathlon Club|
Dunmow Triathlon Club was formed in April 2007 when a group of like-minded individuals, who train and swim at the Great Dunmow Leisure Centre, decided to organise a club and structure some regular training sessions. Now affiliated to the British Triathlon Association, we welcome anyone interested in training for, and/or participating in, triathlon events.
|› Dunmow United Football Club|
Through our team managers and coaches we currently offer football to age groups from Under 7's through to Under 17's. Our home ground at Laundry Lane, Little Easton, provides the perfect facility, offering 3 pitches, training area and car park. In keeping with our ethos, it's NOT all about winning, but far more importantly it's about skills, ability and a love of the game.
|› Grange Farm and Dunmow Runners|
The club has a membership of about 80 runners. We meet on Wednesday evenings for training and take part in local road and cross country races. Additionally the club has an active social side which includes runs from pubs at weekends and on summers' evenings, weekends away, meals out, etc. We have runners of a wide range of abilities and welcome new members.
|› Great Dunmow Leisure Centre|
We have a dedicated team to provide a wealth of sports & leisure opportunities for the people living in and around the area. Activities include aerobic classes, fitness studio, badminton, squash, tennis and swimming.
|› Phoenix Hockey Club|
Phoenix Hockey Club is a joint mens and ladies club with a junior section, its own ground, all weather pitch and clubhouse. Phoenix Hockey Club policy is to encourage all aspects and levels of Hockey from the social to the elitist, from match to individual skills, coaching and umpiring skills whilst maintaining a family atmosphere.
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