The first season for HC Alkaloid is over, and so is handball school practice for our youngest players. About 500 children 6 to 14 years old throughout our country have practiced at HC Alkaloid’s handball schools. We expect this number to rise in the next season!
The last one to leave the gym this summer was coach Vlatko Koteski. With a ton of experience under his belt, he has worked with young handball players throughout the past decade. With the first season over, he is visibly happy with the results.
“Healthy and happy children is what we actually aim for,’ says Vlatko Koteski.
“This was our first season, and it has been special. We had a successful season, met our goals, and exceeded our plans. We took the young to a new system where we socialized, practiced, and learned. We introduced them to the world of handball. They lived, had fun, and made friends as a team and a sports family,” says Koteski.
Working with and attracting the youth is one of HC Alkaloid’s most important priorities as a club.
“We paid great attention to discipline, proper development, and respect for others, the elderly, and the environment. In our club, we want to create personalities, not merely handball players. Nothing can beat the feeling of seeing happy children. Because interest is on a constant rise, we will expand next season. We will try to start handball practice in more schools and be available to as many children as possible,” says Koteski.