FOLLOWING their 13 point win to Hawthorn at the NAB Challenge match on the weekend, eight players from North Melbourne will host a Super Clinic for local primary and secondary schools in Nathalia this Thursday.
Kicking off from 10:45am for primary school students before taking on secondary school students after lunch, the clinic will provide students with the chance to get up close and personal with the AFL players, which they had missed out on meeting players last year due to inclement weather.
AFL Goulburn Murray Football Development Manager, Trevor Mellington said, “Secondary Schools will use the players in the afternoon to run small football clinics and undertake question and answer sessions.
“The players will also provide information around diet, nutrition and training, and speak about the value of leadership.
“Players will be assisted by some local footballers from Nathalia Secondary Colleges in the morning Super Clinic before speaking directly to senior students in the secondary session after lunch.”