Kids flock to annual Proudies Holiday Football Clinic
The annual Proudies Holiday Football Clinic along with an AFL 9s and skills day was met with great support last week as almost 100 kids turned up to participate in the events run by the Claremont Football Club.
Junior footballers from the Great Southern were able to gain insight from former AFL player Kepler Bradley along with Claremont’s Sam Cousens and Great Southern regional development manager Matt Bishop.
More than 45 kids took part in the Proudies clinic at Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre on Friday for children between pre-primary and Year 6, performing a number of exercises and games with the help of Great Southern Storm players.
On Thursday more than 40 kids took part in an AFL 9s and skills day at Centennial Stadium with Bradley, Cousens and Darcy Coffey running the sessions along with Storm players.
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