PROTO TYPE NEW SITE Korfbal v Äesk½ch BudÄjovicch; v½sledky, tabulky a odkazy. http://www.korfball.com/czech/KCB.htm
St. Andrews Korfball Club Features news, fixtures, results, photos, and general information about the sport.Category Sports korfball ClubsWelcome to the St Andrews korfball Club website. Recent News. 1st/2nd March 10thin the Student Nationals. 25th/26th January 12th in Edinburgh Tournament. http://www.st-and.ac.uk/~korfball/
Extractions: Welcome to the St Andrews Korfball Club website Recent News 1st/2nd March : 10th in the Student Nationals. 25th/26th January : 12th in Edinburgh Tournament. Quite an impressive performance in parts considering we havent played since early december! 30th November : 8th in Lancaster Tournament. Photos ready, report to follow. Lancaster Beginners photos are now online! 18th November : Edinburgh (2) St Andrews!!! 19th October : 4th in Lancaster beginners!! 27th/28th April : Every year ESKV Attila hold an international student tournament and a group of us from St. Andrews entered a team. Click here for more information. The University of St. Andrews Last updated 3/3/03
Korfball Beim KV Korbjäger Lünen E.V. korfball beim korfballverein Korbj¤ger L¼nen e.V. Meisterschaftsergebnisse, Turnierergebnisse, Fotos, Infos zu korfball, Infos zum Verein http://www.korbjaeger.de/
Extractions: In appearance, it looks like a hybrid of basketball and netball (indeed, successful korfballers have crossed over from both these sports!), with the aim being to score as many goals as possible by shooting a ball into the opposition's basket. The basket (or "korf") is on a free standing post 3.5 metres high, positioned one third of the way inside the court at each end, and without a backboard.
Extractions: weitere Infos Am 25. April fahren wir nach Eindhoven zum Attilla-Turnier. Unser Webauftritt wurde aktualisiert. hier (Espenstrasse 3) In der Espenstrasse gibt es eine Schule, hinter der sich zwei Sporthallen befinden. Die linke von beiden nutzen wir. Wir hoffen, dass möglichst viele Elbelche und SSV-ler daran teilnehmen.
UEA Korfball Info about the club, committee and korfball.Category Sports korfball Clubs http://www.uea.ac.uk/~gs644/
Main Information on the club and the sport in general. Includes fixtures, results and some photos. http://www.cam.ac.uk/societies/korfball/
What Is Korfball Kwiek korfball Club. More about korfball Brief History of the Game. korfballspread very quickly throughout its country of origin. http://www.kwiek.co.uk/korfball.htm
Extractions: Korfball was invented by a Dutch Schoolteacher in circa 1903 to enable his mixed class to compete together in the same game. Korfball spread very quickly throughout its country of origin. Since 1945 this growth has continued on an international scale with the game now being played in countries as diverse as Armenia, America, Australia, Belgium, Czechoslovakia, England, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Hungary, India, Japan, Northern Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Taiwan, to name a few. Korfball was devised to promote the twin principles of co-operation and co-education. Kent lining up a shot - Antwerp 1999 Korfball can be compared to Netball and basketball but features the tough running demands of Football. Indoors it is played in two zones with eight players per team, four males and four females. Two men and two women play in the attack zone, whilst two men and two women play defence. After every two goals, the attackers and defenders change roles with the attackers becoming the defenders and vice-versa. The main rule allowing both sexes to compete together equally is that players are only allowed to mark opponents of the same sex. Co-operation is provided by the rule which prevents players from moving with the ball. They can neither dribble the ball nor run with it. Therefore, attackers must move off the ball to break free of their personal defender to create a goal scoring opportunity.
Website Has Been Discontinued Includes description of korfball, regions, tournament, news, message board, contact information, and related links. http://www.geocities.com/sa_kf
Oxford University Korfball Club Oxford University korfball Club, Quick Guide to korfball. We will also be sending ateam to the International Student korfball Tournament in Groningen in March. http://users.ox.ac.uk/~korfball/whatthe.html
Extractions: Oxford University Korfball Club Home Korfball? Committee Training ... Links Korfball was invented by Dutch schoolteacher Nico Broekhuysen in at the beginning of the twentieth century, its name being derived from the Dutch for basket. It is the only true mixed team sport in the world: teams must consist of four men and four women. Each team is split into two divisions of four players (with men and women divided evenly between the divisions). Although one division begins the game in attack, with the other in defense, all players will both attack and defend during the course of the game. The game is strictly non-contact, and moving with the ball is not permitted. The object of the game is to get the ball into the Korf, a wickerwork basket stuck on top of a 3.5 m (11.5 ft) pole. Do so more often than your opponents, and you win! Sounds simple, doesn't it? The catch is that attackers are not permitted to shoot if they are being actively marked by a defender. This leads to a flowing, fast-moving game, where the emphasis is on working together as a team to unlock a tight defence, and shooting quickly (and accurately) when an opportunity arises. Korfball in the UK is mainly based around London and the Southeast, but there are now local leagues in Cambridge, Norfolk, The Midlands, Bristol, Scotland, and Oxford. There are also a number of community and University clubs spread around the rest of the country.
LANCASTER UNIVERSITY KORFBALL CLUB LANCASTER UNIVERSITY korfball CLUB. SO WHAT IS korfball? korfball wins.History of korfball. korfball Terminology. Official Rules of korfball. http://www.lancs.ac.uk/socs/lukc/korfballexpl.htm
Extractions: LANCASTER UNIVERSITY KORFBALL CLUB SO WHAT IS KORFBALL? Korfball is the fastest growing sport in Europe and originates from Holland where it is the national sport. The word 'Korfball' means basketball in Dutch, however the game is more commonly described as a cross between basketball and netball, with its own rules thrown in. It is the only mixed team sport so yes that means both lads and girls play along side each other on court!! How To Play: On each team there are 4 lads and 4 girls. The court is divided into 2 halves with 2 of each sex at each end. One half of the team will attack whilst the other half defends, until 2 goals have been scored by either team. Then everyone swaps ends and positions (ie. attackers become defenders and vice versa). Goals are scored by shooting the ball into a korf, but you must be free from your defender in order to shoot. A korf looks just like a netball post except its higher, and the game is played on a full sized court, like in basketball. In proper matches the game lasts an hour in total, but in general a game lasts 15 minutes. The team with the most goals at the end of this period wins. History of Korfball Korfball Terminology Official Rules of Korfball Korfball?