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    2015 AFL Auskick season

    The start of autumn means footy fever – and AFL Auskick is the perfect way to get the kids involved.

    Get ready for the Little Big Time! AFL Auskick offers primary school students aged 5 to 12 an active and social introduction to the Australian football experience, fostering an early love for the sport and creating memories that last a lifetime.

    At Auskick, kids learn the fundamentals of the game, develop sporting skills and fitness, and gain an appreciation for teamwork, fair play and dedication – all in a safe and enjoyable local environment. From warm up games and activities, to skills sessions like kicking, marking, handballing and bouncing, to playing a modified game, to the presentation of encouragement awards, each Auskick session gets the little ones building their confidence, being active, and most of all, having fun.

    The 2015 season now open for registrations – so check out your local centre and get the kids involved.

    Find out more at aflauskick.com.au

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