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New Roundnet club to open in Stroud next month


A new sports club is being established in Stroud with regular sessions taking place at Archway School.

Max Pemberton coaches and plays the sport of Roundnet, otherwise known as Spikeball: “I set up a club in Cam (Cam Roundnet Club) nearly two years ago and have a cracking group of members, ranging from recreational players through to competitive. I’m setting up a Stroud Roundnet Club with the aspiration of getting more children and adults playing Roundnet.” 

If you don’t know about Roundnet, you can watch the video below to pick up the basic rules and gameplay. 

“Stroud Roundnet Club will be open to adults and welcomes sporting abilities of all levels. The club launches on June 5th and will run on Monday evenings, 5.15 – 7.15pm at Archway School in Stroud,” explained Max.

“The sport is played on grass and all sessions during June are free, and if anyone would like to carry on beyond June, it’s a £10 membership fee and £5 per session. 

“I am also running a Youth Roundnet Club at Archway School, on Mondays from 3.15 – 4.15pm. This will be one of very few Youth Roundnet Clubs in the country, so we’re really excited about it. Children and Young People aged 11 – 17 from within and outside of Archway are welcome to join this club (for free).”

Anyone interested can email

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