HOSPITAL patients and school children got to meet West Coast Eagles footballers this week.
Players visited Two Rocks Primary School on Tuesday, February 19 and Joondalup Health Campus on Wednesday, February 20.
Players spent an hour visiting the hospital’s private maternity ward, coronary care and intensive care units, the Telethon Children’s Ward and private orthopaedics ward on February 20.
The youngest patient they visited was a yet-to-be-named baby who was less than 24-hours-old and the oldest a 94-year-old Eagles fan.
Several players spent time on the Telethon Children’s Ward, brightening the day for unwell children.
Adam Simpson, Elliot Yeo, Drew Petrie, Brayden Ainsworth and Daniel Venables visited Two Rocks Primary School to talk about the health regime of an AFL player and sign autographs.