St Marys RSL
RSL Youth Club
The St Marys RSL sub-Branch sponsors the Youth Club, which conducts its varied activities within the dedicated Youth Club complex in the grounds of St Marys Diggers and Band Club. This sponsorship is by way of overall management of the club (comprising RSL appointed President together with generous financial support). The St Marys Diggers and Band Club Ltd also provides valuable support to the Youth Club.
The Club comprises the following activities, each of which is under control of fully accredited personnel:
Click on an activity above to find details about the days it operates, joining guidelines and costs and upcoming or recent performances.
Kobudo classes are available at St Marys RSL Youth Club. Cnr Hall Rd & Mamre Rd. on Saturdays at 1pm
Contact:- David Green: Mobile 0412278305
St Marys RSL Youth Club - Neil's Boxing Gym
Operating Hours: Monday to Friday 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
If you're looking for a gym that is affordable and friendly then come in and see us. We have a broad range of programs that will suit people who want to get fit or those with greater ambition to become a boxing champion. Your first visit to our gym is free of charge. Then, if you wish to join us:
Budo Ryu Karate Academy conducts classes in Youth Club Hall at St Marys Diggers and Band Club (formerly known as RSL Club) on:
Beginners are always welcome at all our classes. There are no contracts - you pay as you go. All activities are conducted by NCAS, coaches and qualified instructors Visit our WEBSITE, or EMAIL or Phone: 0417 077 123
We are a member of the NSW Karate Federation and the Martial Arts Industry Association. We have properly trained coaches, full insurance Working with Children Clearance and Senior First Aiders at every class.
We teach basics, forms, traditional weapons, self-defence, goal setting.
We instil self-discipline, harmony, social skills, leadership, motivation
Please feel free to drop in, say hello or even avail yourself to a free trial lesson. We have our members ranging in ages from 4 years to in
their 60's. Age is no barrier to Karate, great exercise for the body and the mind. It is not about winning it is about being the best that you can
be every day.