There are lots of exciting AFL programs and activities planned for Alice Springs juniors in 2017.
Kennards Hire Thunder Juniors
Thunder Juniors is the Territory’s pathway from NAB AFL Auskick to youth football. Participants will get their first experience of playing in a club environment with rules that are modified to maximise skill development, participation and most of all, fun!
Who: participants aged between 8 – 12 years old
Where: TIO Traeger Park oval
When: Saturday mornings from 8:15am from Saturday 29 April (training on Wednesday evenings). The last game of Thunder Juniors for 2017 is 26 August.
Teams: Bombers, Hawks, Magpies and Tigers
For more information or to register, visit http://www.thunderjuniors.aflnt.com.au/alice-springs.html
NAB AFL Auskick
The NAB AFL Auskick program provides a fun, safe and inclusive learning environment for both boys and girls between the ages of 5 – 8 years old. Participants learn fundamental motor skills for future sports participation, through their interaction with others and team-based activities.
In 2017 we would like to encourage all parents to get involved in their child’s Auskick centre. It’s a great way to be active and learn footy skills with your child!
Our Alice Springs NAB AFL Auskick centre for Term 3, 2017 is:
Date: starts Friday 4 August
Time: 3pm - 4pm
Sports vouchers are accepted.
All equipment and resources will be provided, although participants are advised to bring water, hats, and to wear comfortable gear for being active.
For all the latest information or visit www.aflauskick.com.au.
School Holiday programs
AFLNT runs school holiday programs in Alice Springs.
The day is packed full of footy fun! Kids will get to participate in a range of games, develop their footy skills, and play a modified game.
October School holidays: Date to be confirmed.
For more information and to register visit www.aflntholidayprograms.com.au
**Minimum 12 participants in each age group for program to occur (maximum 30).**
Do you like to have fun, be active and encourage children to participate in sport? Our programs rely on volunteers to help coach and mentor the children.
We need volunteers for a variety of roles and no experience is necessary. To get involved please email email@example.com.
School Ambassador program
Become an AFL Ambassador for your school today.
Receive regular updates from AFL Community and local AFL Development staff, as well as access to a variety of resources and competitions to assist you in the promotion of AFL within your school and community.
For more information or to register for free, please visit www.aflcommunityclub.com.au.
Two-week Introduction to AFL clinics
In addition to the Sporting Schools program, AFLNT offers a two-week free ‘Introduction to AFL’ clinic for your school.
If you would like your students and teachers to have the opportunity to experience AFL prior to inter-school competitions or gala days then please contact the AFLNT Game Development team.
Sporting Schools (ASC)
Has your school registered as a Sporting School?
Primary schools are able to receive a great range of sporting programs by simply registering and applying through the Australian Sports Commission’s Sporting Schools website, www.sportingschools.gov.au.
Schools can also apply for funding, which can then be used to host an AFL program.
Our friendly AFL Game Development staff are always available to answer your questions about our programs. Contact us at our office on 08 8952 1670 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or keep an eye on the Facebook page www.facebook.com/AFLCA/ for all the up-to-date information.