Boccia is a disability sport where players aim to propel balls close to a target ball. Two sides compete as individuals, pairs or as a team of three over a set number of ends.
Points are accumulated over the course of a match to find a winner. A ball can be rolled, thrown or kicked. If a player is unable to throw or kick the ball, they can use a ramp. If players are unable to release the ball with their hands, they can use assistive devices.
The Lord’s Taverners U19 National Boccia Championships is a schools competition for young people with a physical disability. Winning teams progress from county heats to one of 12 regional competitions, with the winner from each region competing in the national finals.
- 11 January - Mark Hall Sports Centre, Harlow
- 23 January - St Mary's College, Hull
- 30 January - Brannel School, St Stephen, Cornwall
- 8 February - Greenbank Sports Academy, Liverpool
- 20 February - Westway Sports Centre, London
- 21 February - Gateshead Leisure Centre, Gateshead
- 22 February - Surrey Sports Park, Surrey
- 1 March - Mark Hall Sports Centre, Harlow
- 9 March - Sleaford Campus, St. Georges, Sleaford
- 12 March - Riverside Leisure Centre, Exeter
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