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Local call goes out for Naitanui Academy participants

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Nic Naitanui shares a moment with John Worsfold during the round 24 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and Adelaide Crows at Optus Stadium last year.
Camera IconNic Naitanui shares a moment with John Worsfold during the round 24 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and Adelaide Crows at Optus Stadium last year. Credit: Paul Kane/Getty Images

Goldfields boys aged 11 to 15 years of age can register on March 18 for the Kalgoorlie Naitanui Academy.

The program is made up of on-field training, skill development and game-play.

All participants will eligible for selection for a game with the West Coast Eagles’ regional development team at Optus Stadium later this year.

The Eagles’ website said the academy “aims to create well-rounded players, empowering them with the tools required to be successful at all levels of football and in life”.

Registrations will be taken from 4-5pm, but an official venue is yet to be announced.

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