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Why not take the family to the AFL

You are invited to Brisbane Lions open training session and junior super clinic.

The Brisbane Lions AFL club are on the Sunshine Coast to test-drive the outstanding Maroochydore Multi Sports Complex facilities.

Sunshine Coast fans will have the chance to watch their heroes go through their paces from 9am, Wednesday, January 13 and obtain autographs and photos post-training.

Kids from five to 16 years of age will also have the opportunity to learn all the tricks of the trade from their favourite Brisbane Lions star at a junior super clinic from 12.30 to 2pm.

The good news is there is no need to register, just bring footy boots, a drink bottle, hat and sunscreen.

The Maroochydore Multi Sports Complex will play host to seven AFL clubs during the 2015/16 summer season including the Brisbane Lions, Collingwood, GWS Giants, Hawthorn, Melbourne, St Kilda and Western Bulldogs.

Please note, times are subject to change at short notice by the Club. To keep-up-to-date make sure you follow the Brisbane Lions Facebook page.

Details: Brisbane Lions AFL club pre-season open training session and junior super clinic wil be on Wednesday, January 13 from 9am (open training session) and 12.30pm to 2pm (junior super clinic) at the Maroochydore Multi Sports Complex, 108 Fishermans Road, Maroochydore. Meet the Brisbane Lions players and coaches.

Topics:  afl brisbane lions football seniors sunshine coast


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