Antrim Allstars Boccia Club

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Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

Craigavon Boccia Club

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Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability (ages 13+)   Thursdays 4pm-5pm

Fermanagh Lakers Boccia Club

About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

Northern Ireland Polio Fellowship Boccia Club

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Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

Wheelchair GAA

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Wheelchiar Hurling & Gaelic Football

Trailblazers Powerchair FC

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7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

Lightning Powerchair FC

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7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

TW Braga Frame Football

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6+ years old male and female players with physical disabilities (walking frames)

HW Welders Frame

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6+ years old male and female players with physical disabilities (walking frames)

Hot Wheels Powerchair

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7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

Devenish Warriors

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7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

North West Wolves Wheelchair Basketball Club

About

Wednesday: 7:30-9:30pm

Causeway Giants Wheelchair Basketball Club

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Wednesday: 7-8:30pm

Bangor Bulls Wheelchair Basketball Club

Craigavon Lakers Wheelchair Basketball Club

Knights Wheelchair Basketball Club

About

A wheelchair basketball club for people with a physical disability or lower limb long term injury. You do not have to be a full time wheelchair user to play and we welcome family and friends to support the club. All new members are welcome. Thursdays Junior and development players: 7-8pm Seniors: 8-10pm

Wheelchair Racing (Athletics NI)

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Wheelchair track training sessions - these are held at the Mary Peters Track (Belfast) on Thursday nights 5pm - 6pm for athletes aged 8-12 (April to October) and from 5pm - 6.30pm (all year) for athletes aged 12 and older.

The Ulster Barbarians

About

The Ulster Barbarians is a wheelchair rugby team for people with a physical disability. All new players are welcome to come along and take part Thursdays 7pm-9pm

Community Tennis at Ulster

About

Community Tennis at Ulster, has taken over from Causeway Community Tennis Clud to promote and encourage everyone to play tennis.

Spokes in Motion

About

A weekly tennis club for wheelchair users. Mondays 7pm - 9pm.

Disabled Bowls NI

About

A weekly bowling club for people with a physical disability. Thursdays 7pm - 8pm.

Sledge Hockey

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A weekly sledge hockey club for people with a physical disability. Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm

Antrim Wheelie Active Club

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Wednesdays 5.15pm-6pm

Craigavon Wheelie Active Club

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing. Tuesdays - 4.15pm-5pm  

Bangor Wheelie Active Club

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.

Belfast Wheelie Active Club

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Tuesdays 4-5pm. Free of charge.

Wheelchair Bowls Northern Ireland

About

Wheelchair Bowls sessions at Shaw's Bridge Indoor Bowling Centre.

Fit 4 U

About

Day time physical activity for adults with a physical disability, sight loss and/or hearing loss.

South Lakes Disability Sports Club

About

Weekly multi-sports club for people with physical impairments.   10am-12pm at South Lake Leisure Centre.

Mid Ulster Wheelie Active

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Wednesdays 5.30pm-6.15pm

Foyle Wheelie Active

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Tuesdays from 5.15pm-6pm

BC Werewolves Wheelchair Basketball Club

About

The BC Werewolves are the BC Wolves Basketball Club wheelchair basketball team based in Cookstown currently competing in the NI League. Training on Tuesdays from 6pm-7pm at Cookstown Leisure Centre.

All Out Trekking

About

An inclusive outdoor experience for people to access walking and mountain biking trails at Gosford Forest Park. Sessions from June-September annually. Contact Aubrey for further information - https://www.dsni.co.uk/community-sport/all-out-trekking/

Wheelchair Handball

About

Wheelchair Handball Sessions
When: Wed 6th March for 4 weeks. 5:45-6:45pm.
Contact: Eugene - eugenemck@olympichandball.org

Inclusive Hiking - Mountaineering Ireland

About

Inclusive Hike Experience- Mountaineering Ireland will be leading a series of inclusive hikes suitable for individuals with disabilities, limited mobility and wheelchair users; LOCATIONS: DAVAGH FOREST 26TH JULY GORTIN GLEN FOREST PARK 1ST AUGUST CASTLEWELLAN FOREST PARK 22ND AUGUST For more information and to book get in touch or click the Eventbrite link here. 

Contact Details

If you wish to submit an opportunity please contact email@dsni.co.uk for further information.

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About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability (ages 13+)   Thursdays 4pm-5pm

About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

About

Weekly boccia session for players of all levels, who have a physical disability.

About

Wheelchiar Hurling & Gaelic Football

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7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

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7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

About

6+ years old male and female players with physical disabilities (walking frames)

About

6+ years old male and female players with physical disabilities (walking frames)

About

7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

About

7 + years old male and female wheelchair users

About

Wednesday: 7:30-9:30pm

About

Wednesday: 7-8:30pm

About

A wheelchair basketball club for people with a physical disability or lower limb long term injury. You do not have to be a full time wheelchair user to play and we welcome family and friends to support the club. All new members are welcome. Thursdays Junior and development players: 7-8pm Seniors: 8-10pm

About

Wheelchair track training sessions - these are held at the Mary Peters Track (Belfast) on Thursday nights 5pm - 6pm for athletes aged 8-12 (April to October) and from 5pm - 6.30pm (all year) for athletes aged 12 and older.

About

The Ulster Barbarians is a wheelchair rugby team for people with a physical disability. All new players are welcome to come along and take part Thursdays 7pm-9pm

About

Community Tennis at Ulster, has taken over from Causeway Community Tennis Clud to promote and encourage everyone to play tennis.

About

A weekly tennis club for wheelchair users. Mondays 7pm - 9pm.

About

A weekly bowling club for people with a physical disability. Thursdays 7pm - 8pm.

About

A weekly sledge hockey club for people with a physical disability. Tuesdays 7pm - 9pm

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Wednesdays 5.15pm-6pm

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing. Tuesdays - 4.15pm-5pm  

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Tuesdays 4-5pm. Free of charge.

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Wheelchair Bowls sessions at Shaw's Bridge Indoor Bowling Centre.

About

Day time physical activity for adults with a physical disability, sight loss and/or hearing loss.

About

Weekly multi-sports club for people with physical impairments.   10am-12pm at South Lake Leisure Centre.

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Wednesdays 5.30pm-6.15pm

About

Wheelie Active Clubs offer multi-activity sessions for children aged 4-12 years old with a physical disability. Wheelie Active Clubs give children with physical disabilities opportunities to develop physical literacy and movement skills for sport in a safe, progressive and inclusive programme of activity. Through physical activity the Wheelie Active Clubs aim to develop basic skills in balance, co-ordination, agility, wheelchair control, speed, catching and throwing.   Tuesdays from 5.15pm-6pm

About

The BC Werewolves are the BC Wolves Basketball Club wheelchair basketball team based in Cookstown currently competing in the NI League. Training on Tuesdays from 6pm-7pm at Cookstown Leisure Centre.

About

An inclusive outdoor experience for people to access walking and mountain biking trails at Gosford Forest Park. Sessions from June-September annually. Contact Aubrey for further information - https://www.dsni.co.uk/community-sport/all-out-trekking/

About

Wheelchair Handball Sessions
When: Wed 6th March for 4 weeks. 5:45-6:45pm.
Contact: Eugene - eugenemck@olympichandball.org

About

Inclusive Hike Experience- Mountaineering Ireland will be leading a series of inclusive hikes suitable for individuals with disabilities, limited mobility and wheelchair users; LOCATIONS: DAVAGH FOREST 26TH JULY GORTIN GLEN FOREST PARK 1ST AUGUST CASTLEWELLAN FOREST PARK 22ND AUGUST For more information and to book get in touch or click the Eventbrite link here. 

Contact Details