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AFL Northern Rivers Juniors’ school holiday Superclinic is happening soon. The program will run at the Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex on Thursday and Friday July 3 and 4.

The Superclinic is open to both boys and girls aged 5 to 12 years, and no previous AFL experience is required.

Kids will have the opportunity to learn and test their football skills with fun games and activities conducted by experienced AFL Queensland staff and coaches.

They will enjoy AFL playground inflatables and a visit from Gold Coast Suns players.

AFL Queensland State Development Manager Mark Ensor said the Superclinics were popular with both the participants and their families. ‘The clinics are a healthy and enjoyable holiday option that tick the right boxes for both kids and parents’, he said.

‘Parents want active, safe activities and kids love being able to develop their footy skills in a fun and friendly environment.’

The cost is $75 which includes a football and lunch and refreshments on both days.

The two-day Superclinic runs from 8.30am to 3pm each day.

For more information or to register visit, www.aflnorthernriversjuniors.com.au.

Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex (AFL Fields)

July 3 and 4
8.30am-3pm
249 Ewingsdale Rd, Byron Bay


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