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Harry-Kewell-IMG_7606Recently players from the Melbourne Heart A-League team were a part of a Skills Clinic held at Oakes Oval Lismore.

One hundred and twenty kids from across the zone were selected to meet and play with the Melbourne Heart players, including football favourite Harry Kewell. Some members of the Byron Bay Football Junior Development Squad were invited.

Pictured with Harry are Beau Taylor-Laird, Ruairi Lagan and Austin Taylor-Laird.

The Kids were extremely happy to meet some of the soccer players they idolise, and the mums were very pleased too. ‘Its lovely that the Melbourne Heart players spent the time with them all’, said mum Fran Taylor. ‘It made them all feel very special’.

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