Football: Peel Thunder players pass on skills at school holiday clinic


Peel Thunder players teaching the kids how to kick a footy.
Peel Thunder players teaching the kids how to kick a footy.

TWLEVE Peel Thunder players hosted a school holiday football clinic for 45 kids at the Bendigo Bank Stadium on Wednesday.

Peel Thunder players passing on their footy tips.

The footy session went from 9am-1pm where six league and six colts players from Peel Thunder coached and gave their best footy tips to the youngsters.

7-year-old Dexter Pereira.

Peel Thunder player and community development officer Ben Howlett said the session was all about the kids having fun and kicking a footy.

8-year-old Annika Crispin.

“The session is mostly about having fun, but the kids will learn a few different things like handballing and kicking, an umpire throwing technique, and a tour of the facility too,” he said.

10-year-old Noah Crispin and 9-year-old Hayden Sofield.

“We might have another session at the end of the year as well.”

Peel Thunder players with the kids who participated in the school holiday football clinic.

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