The Canberra Raiders will be holding their annual school holiday clinic on Thursday July 10 at ActewAGL Park (Raiders HQ) for children aged 7-13.
Registrations will remain open until Monday July 7 until 5.00pm.
The clinic will be run in two sessions with the first running from 9.00am-12.00pm followed by lunch with the Canberra Raiders squad, with the second session commencing at 12.00pm for the lunch followed by the clinic from 1.00pm-4.00pm.
The skills sessions and activities will be run by NRL development staff, encompassing all the expertise needed for the children to hone their rugby league skills.
Canberra Raiders and Goulburn junior Jarrod Croker said the clinic is the chance for children to come along and learn some new rugby league skills, have fun and meet the Raiders.
“This is a great way to learn new skills, try rugby league for the first time or help get some tips to work on your game,” Croker said. “It’s also a chance for some of our younger fans to come out and have lunch with us, grab an autograph from their favourite player, but most of all have fun.”
The cost of the clinic is just $10 for a 2014 Canberra Raiders junior members $60 for players in the Canberra region rugby league or $70 for all other attendees.
The price includes lunch with the Canberra Raiders squad, a Raiders drink bottle, Raiders football and 2014 Raiders membership pack for attendees who are not current members.
Participants can choose to attend the session which suits them best, with the same skills and activities planned for both sessions. Cost to participate in both sessions is simply the cost of one session plus $10.