Something for everyone at Armadale Multisport Day

Local kids are invited to take part in the upcoming Armadale Multisport Day.
Local kids are invited to take part in the upcoming Armadale Multisport Day.

WHETHER the preference is kicking, throwing, hitting, shooting or running, there will be something for everyone at the Armadale Multisport Day next week.

The free event is part of the Night Fields Series and invites local children and teenagers to try their skills at little athletics, football, soccer, rugby union, cricket and netball.

The sports will be run in round-robin style and split into two age groups, six to 12 and 13-18, with dinner also included for participants.

Armadale mayor Henry Zelones said the event was something unique for local children to be a part of.

“Night Fields offers younger residents the opportunity to come and try sports they may not have been exposed to, as well as getting active and connecting with like-minded children,” he said.

“We have really enjoyed seeing the positive outcomes after the event of younger residents discovering a new passion, joining local clubs in their community, and increasing their physical activity levels.”

The Armadale Multisport Day is on January 24 from 2pm to 6pm at Gwynne Park.

Registrations are made on arrival and parent signatures are required.

Email info@armadale.wa.gov.au for more information.

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