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Skills clinic kicks off

Coolum A grade football coach Jon Hatfield coaches the Coolum Football Squirts. 175721/Barry Leddicoat.
Coolum A grade football coach Jon Hatfield coaches the Coolum Football Squirts. 175721/Barry Leddicoat.

Enrolments are being taken for a 10-week program at the North Shore Football Club that teaches three to five-year-olds the basics skills of soccer.

The Football Squirts program promotes football-based exercise and activity for younger boys and girls.

The basics of the game are introduced through different drills, practices and games in the hope participating children will not only learn correct techniques but will also develop a love of the “world game”.

The program, which has proven very successful at the Coolum Football Club, will run from Wednesday, July 16 until Wednesday, September 17 at a cost of $60 a child.

To enrol, or for more information, phone Ros on 5448 8484 or email squirts@northshorefootball.com.au.


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