Touch Football Training

Published: 22/02/2024
Tags: Sport
Secondary school students have been receiving training from professional football coach Al Kitchen, thanks to a government grant provided by Sporting Schools.
Sporting Schools is an initiative by the Australian Government designed to help schools increase children’s participation in sports and connect them with community sports opportunities. The grant program specifically aims to support positive sporting environments for teachers and students, allowing them to experience the benefits of being involved in sports.
The training has been fantastic leading up to the Zone Touch Football competition, which select students will attend on Tuesday, March 5th.  At the competition, teams will play a round-robin tournament consisting of around 4 to 5 games.  Primary teams will usually start the day with a coaching clinic.
If our secondary teams are successful at the Zone Carnival, they will move on to the State competition held in Sydney on Friday, April 5th.

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