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The following information is for parents and children attending tomorrow’s Raiders Masterclass School Holiday Clinic.

Please note registrations for the event are now closed and no further registrations will be taken on the day.

We hope you are looking forward to the Raiders Masterclass School Holiday Clinic tomorrow as much as we are!

There are a few last minute reminders for attendees.

As most of you would be aware parking at Raiders HQ is limited, we ask that you park at the top of Eade Street in the CIT Car Park. Both entrances to Raiders HQ will be accessible for players and staff only.

Please ensure you have printed and completed a Legal Liability Form for each participant and bring it along to registrations in the morning, starting from 9am (no earlier). CLICK HERE for the form  

An adult must accompany participants until at least after registration has been completed. Please advise a Raiders staff member of any behavioural issues, disabilities, physical impairments or food allergies at this time.

Please also ensure that any belongings brought to the day are clearly labelled so that in the event they are left behind they can be returned to their owner.

A reminder that food is supplied but please use your discretion to decide if this will be sufficient for the participant.

A call will be made regarding the weather by 7:30am tomorrow, please check our Facebook page, website and listen to Mark Parton’s Breakfast Show on 2CC from 5:30am to find out further information. (Note: The 30 participants who are 2CC Contestant winners are still to arrive at 7:30am regardless of weather)  

Participants are to be picked up by no later than 2:30pm

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our office on (02) 6253 3515.

Once again we look forward to seeing you tomorrow. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.