Sports and Function Centre
- Racquetball is described as a cross between the games of tennis and squash. It's played on a standard squash court, but unlike squash, uses a bigger and bouncier ball. As the racquet has a longer head and a shorter handle it is easy to play with and if you haven't played racquet sports before, racquetball is a great way to start.
- Described as an excellent fat-burner, racquetball encourages longer rallying, giving you sustained aerobic activity. The game will also improve your hand-eye co-ordination skills as the ball bounces around the walls of the court.
- You can play singles or double and mixed play is very popular. People of all ages can get onto a court and play ball. If you've played squash or tennis before and are looking for a similar game that's easier on the body, or perhaps a beginner wanting to try an indoor sport that's easy to play, then Racquetball is a perfect fit for you.
Racquetball SA, in conjunction with Squash SA, runs a weekly pennant competition on Monday nights.
The pennant runs from February to June (Autumn), and August to November (Spring).
Teams are mixed, 3 players, with a handicap system used.
Pennant Competitions are held with a home and away format. There are currently A and B grade teams representing Karadinga.
- Single in-house competition held on Wednesday nights comprising of four players per team, with eight teams currently competing.
- Doubles in-house competition is held on the last Friday of each month.
Come & have some fun, Bring a partner or let us find you one. Enjoy our shared supper & drinks afterwards.