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08 curling1.jpg
Curling without ice proved much harder than it looked. Each stone had three ball bearings in its base
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09 curling2.jpg
Curling requires touch and concentration as can be seen here
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07 darts1.jpg
Playing darts with a visual disability turned out to be just as much fun as for the sighted players
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06 bowling1.jpg
Indoor bowling looks easy, but it turns out to be fiendishly difficult with other players able to destroy your best effort
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05 boccia.jpg
Boccia is not as easy as it looks, but it is a great game that can be adapted to all levels of disabiliyt
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04 righthallback.jpg
This is the right hall with a clear view of the bowling rinks
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03 righthall.jpg
This is the right hall used for boccia, bowling and the wheelchair slalom
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02 lefthall.jpg
A view of the left hall used for curling, darts, stickball, table tennis and the bagatelle game
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01 banner.jpg
This was the first North London Disability Games organised by Rotary - but we hope it will be the first of many
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17 medals.jpg
At the end came the presentation of the medals, but in truth everyone taking part was a winner. Let's do it all again next year!
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13 swimming2x640.jpg
On your marks! Hand signals as well as the hooter got the races started
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12 swimming1x640.jpg
There were swimming races as well in the Aspire Centre swimming pool. The water was warm so the swimmers were happy
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16 tabletennis3.jpg
Some players looked as though they could easily beat the Rotarians who acted as scorer and ball boys and girls
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15 tabletennis2.jpg
All those taking part wanted to have a go at table tennis, so the scheduling took some effort from the organisers
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14 tabletennis1.jpg
Table tennis was popular with several different categories for different levels of ability
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11 stickyball2.jpg
Stickball was relying on the stickiness of the velcro - a stick was not needed. It is much harder than it looks
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10 stickyball1.jpg
The stickball game was built by games organiser Scott Maclachlan
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