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    Is it possible to get involved with more than one club fully. Because if you take hockey for example theres busa matches, national/regional matches, cup matches all to be played plus training and im sure it would be the same with other sports. That sounds pretty full on to me. But then they are folk playing lots of sports. Im just a bit confussed.
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    Is it possible to get involved with more than one club fully. Because if you take hockey for example theres busa matches, national/regional matches, cup matches all to be played plus training and im sure it would be the same with other sports. That sounds pretty full on to me. But then they are folk playing lots of sports. Im just a bit confussed.
    It really depends on the combination of sports...I found at my last university that most clubs train on the same night, which made it impossible to fully commit to more than one team. As a guide, when I played in the university football team I was training 2-3 times a week and playing once a week.
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    depends on the sport, team sports tend to have midweek training and sunday matches, but things like skiing and watersports are often just the occasional weekend so if you choose carefully you can do 2.

    lou xxx
 
 
 
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