Our senior men’s and women’s teams are both set to get their new England Handball Regional League North seasons underway this coming weekend with away matches over in the North West. Our Vikings lads, reigning league champions, begin the defence of their first league title with a trip to take
What a month it has been since we came back from our summer break! Here’s how the Vikings kick-started a spirited and community-driven September. On a sporting level, all our Mini Vikings, Junior, Women and Men’s sessions across both venues at Benfield and Temple Park are back in full swing.
Our focus is on low impact activity in a fun and social environment where everyone can feel welcome. The project runs initially for 6 weeks, from 6-6:45PM and it’s free. Our project is called ‘Walking Handball’ and is aimed at adults (men and women) from all backgrounds. In this activity,
Newcastle Vikings’ ladies suffered a curse of multiple penalty shoot-out heartbreaks at the weekend’s British Beach Handball Championships down on the south coast in Poole. The annual tournament, now in it’s seventh year at Branksome Chine beach on Dorset’s Jurassic coast, saw a depleted Newcastle team looking to better last
Sunderland’s Oxclose Community Academy scored a double win in Thursday’s North East regional Handball Schools Games finals at South Shields’ Temple Park Leisure Centre. Featuring schools from Tyne & Wear, Northumberland, Durham and the Tees Valley, the North East Schools Games is now in its third year, and is organised
Coventry Sharks won the annual Tyneside Handball Tournament on Saturday to break the Scottish stranglehold on the men’s title, while Edinburgh regained the women’s crown. Hosted by Newcastle Vikings Handball Club at the Benfield Centre for Sporting Excellence for the first time, the Tyneside tournament is now in its seventh