By Editors on 11/13/2022
BIRKLAND – On Saturday 12 November, the fifth game of the AKF competition was held at KV Warnsveld. The course was just like last year with its start in Gazoorweg. Zwolle also had to realize her superiority in Klein Dochteren’s men this edition and see this contender approach. KV Dijkhoek was not present in this edition. Because of death in the Assembly, they were absent.
Eibergen, with Respelhoek, was the first to leave. Good result can be continued last time by Eibergen. They crossed the finish line with 53 shots and finished second. DD Respelhoek underperformed and needed 60 shots. This led to eighth place. ‘t Broek (Ruurlo) started with some injuries. Despite this, the masters from Ruurlo managed to complete this version with 56 rounds. Good for fourth place. Direct opponent Klein Duchterin 2 finished ninth with 61 shots. Leader Zwolle (Groenlo) took over Onderlingen (Haarlo). Apparently Zwolle was a bit too big for the men from Haarlo. However, the leader did not win this fifth competition. 53 shots were good for third place. Onderlingen scored 59 shots and placed seventh. Klein Duchteren, winner of the previous competition, was also in great shape this time. The opponent ‘t Broek 2 tried to keep in touch with the guys from Lochem. It didn’t quite work out, but Ruurlo’s mix team did well with 57 shots and a sixth place finish. Klein Duchteren scored the best result of the day by winning this edition of the AKF competition with 51 shots. The difference with the leader Zwolle decreased to only 5 shots.
Heksenkring needed 66 shots in the second order. Good for fifth (provisional). Brilliant was a second place in ‘t Broek 3. This mixed team managed to secure a second (provisional) place with 59 shots behind winner Eibergen 2, who scored this round’s score with 54 shots that many top-tier teams were jealous of. The next competition will be organized jointly with Needse Societies on November 26.
KV Respelhoek’s photo
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Another important goal is to draw attention to the disease and its specific symptoms. “Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder in which certain cells in the brain die,” explains Leuzinc. “These cells ensure the making of a substance that transmits the message that appears in the brain to the rest of the body.” For Linder, this produces different symptoms: “I walk a little, I get tired faster, but the biggest problem is the cognitive problems. In the form of the inability to switch gears and the ability to perform difficult tasks with difficulty.”
First in Berkelland
There are already Parkinson’s disease cafes in several places in the Netherlands, but this is still not found in the Berkeland region. “We first consulted with a Parkinson’s disease nurse from the hospital in Winterswijk, who said there was a lot of interest in opening a cafe,” the initiator said. “We already have 36 records, and for the first time I think this is very good.”
The café was created with the support of the municipality of Berkeland. The organization has enough inspiration to organize activities. “Once a pharmacist comes in, then an occupational therapist. We can do tai chi (Chinese movement exercise edition) or yoga, maybe Nordic walking with Parkinson’s. We try to do all kinds of activities.”