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We have an age group and a team to suit you.
Auskick Rookies: For School Age boys and girls (from
5 years) wanting to learn the game.
• Skills Development Programme
• $55 Rego (Includes backpack + merchandise)
• 13 Weekly sessions: Fridays 5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm
• Conder Oval (behind Lanyon Sports Club)
Auskick Pros: For Under 8s and Under 9s boys and
girls who are ready to play against other local teams!
• Modified Rules, minimal contact
• Main focus is skills development eg kicking, marking,
• Small grounds and small team numbers mean more
• $90 Rego
Aussie Football: For Under 10s and Under 11s boys
• Modified Rules, limited contact, small grounds
• Teams play against other Southside Clubs
• $110 Rego or $180 per family
Youth Football: For Under 12s
• Full Rules
• Competitive Football with finals and premiership flag
at end of season.
• $140 Rego or $180 per family
Look out for our upcoming registration days
and club events on our website
email@example.com or follow
us on facebook. Come and join us at the kennel and play
AFL with the mighty Bulldogs.
For more details contact:
Colin Blunden 0409 015 400
WESTON CREEK WILDCATS
Come and join our friendly footy club in 2012
4-6 year olds
Auskick teaches the basic skills of Australian Football and is designed
to develop hand eye coordination and motor skills in a fun and friendly
environment. Auskick runs for an hour each Friday evening for 10
weeks: Cost $55*
and ensures every player has the opportunity to be involved in the
and non-threatening environment. This program alternates between
convenient southside venues every Saturday afternoon. Season
commences late March: Cost $100**
This age group continues the theme of fun and participation with
Under 12's to Under 16's
Both new and established players experience the fun and excitement
late March: Cost $100**
10-12 years, 13-18 years
Youth girls now have the opportunity to compete in a stand alone
competition to play before the womens competition. Games are
Sunday mornings. Season commences late March: Cost $100**
TUGGERANONG LIONS JUNIOR
AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL CLUB
...PLAYING FOOTY WITH ROAR EMOTION...
Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 February --- 10am to 2pm
Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 February ---1 0am to 2pm
Erindale Shopping Centre
Saturday 11 February --- 10am to 2pm
Saturday 18 February---10am to 2pm
Sunday 4 March---4pm to 6pm
Kambah No 2 Oval---Laidlaw Place, Kambah
Registrations open for boys and girls from Under 5s to Under 12s
For more information contact the Club President
on 0407 235 838 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
The uniquely Australian dance
sport involving cross-training styles
of dancing from ballet, gymnastics,
contemporary, marching and
GREAT NEW LOCATION
Cook Community Hall 41 Templeton Street Cook
Phone 6251 7525 or 0409 876 212
Monday 13 February 6.00-8.00pm: Ladies
Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 February 4.00-7.00pm for all girls
from three years and up
For a timetable of classes please see website.
Fun fitness with hockey
Clean sweep: Several national hockey heroes got a start here in Canberra.
Become a future Hockeyroo or
Kookaburra by improving your
skills in fun weekly hockey games
Hockey is a great opportunity to
meet new friends as well as
uncover new talents and abilities.
It is a very sociable sport with
both serious and social compe-
titions available for participation.
Playing hockey is also a great way
to improve fitness while having fun
with friends at the same time.
The Canberra competition is
where Hockeyroo star Anna
Flanagan and Kookaburras
standout Glenn Turner started
their hockey careers.
Don't miss out on the 2012
Hockey Registration days on
Friday, February 17 from 5pm -
8pm and again on Saturday,
March 17 from 10am to 3pm at the
National Hockey Centre, Lyneham.
For more information, phone
gearing up for 2012
Join the team: The Tuggeranong Lions offer Aussie Rules fun for
boys and girls.
WITH the upcoming AFL
season just around the corner,
the Tuggeranong Lions Junior
Australian Football Club (The
Lions) is currently recruiting
new players and it's not just
young boys that the club is
after to boost the Lions ranks.
The Lions is a non-profit,
club in the Tuggeranong area,
which currently operates
teams for both boys and girls
participating in competitions
from Under 5s through to
Australian Rules football is
continually gaining popularity
in the Canberra region so
Geoff Willingham, president of
Tuggeranong Lions, is calling
on boys and girls in the Tugge-
ranong area to be part of the
pack for the 2012 season.
''We have a great bunch of
boys and girls who play footy
with the Lions and we are also
lucky enough to have a fantas-
tic support base of parents
and friends involved with the
club too,'' Mr Willingham said.
''Last year marked our 35th
anniversary and we are well-
placed to ensure that the club
continues to be a successful
breeding ground of junior
football players for many
years to come.
''In 2011 we made a
decision to make Kambah
Oval 2 our home ground,
which was very positive for
our players and supporters
and we are looking forward to
more success at the Lions' Den
in the 2012 season.''
With such a positive culture
within the club, now really is
the time for new players to
come along and be part of the
great Australian sport and
play for a team who enjoy
playing footy for the love of the
Registration days are being
held at Erindale Shopping
Centre on February 11 and 12
from 10am to 2pm, and on
February 18 and 19 from
10am to 2pm.
The Tuggeranong Hy-
perdome will also be hosting
Lions registration on Febru-
ary 11 and 18.
For more information,
phone Geoff Willingham on
0407 235 838.
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