If you haven't heard of Boccia before, it's a Paralympic sport where players aim to propel balls close to a target, a bit like bowls.
Boccia is played on a 10 metre by 6 metre court and each player is given a Touch Boccia Grid; a tactile map of the court and each player is designated an assistant plotter to place bins in the tactile map so each player knows where the target ball, their balls and their opponent's balls are.
Boccia is suitable for all levels of fitness and is particularly good for those who may have limited mobility.
It is hugely popular at the College and provides a brilliant opportunity for students who are visually impaired to play alongside (and against) their visually impaired peers.
The College cricket team, RNC Bulldogs, practices on a Thursday evening and plays in the UK Blind Cricket Development League.
You will have the opportunity to attend student-led exercise classes which can be anything from circuit training to Pilates.
Personal training sessions can also be offered on request.
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