The NAB AFL Auskick program makes learning to play AFL fun, safe and easy for boys and girls. Through weekly coaching sessions they will learn the skills of the game in an exciting, social and safe environment. The AFL Auskick program has centres that operate all over the country, including Boronia Auskick on Friday nights at Tormore Reserve.
Children will learn the fundamental motor skills vital for future physical activity and sport participation as well as learning how to interact with other children as part of a team in small group activities.
The program also provides a great opportunity for parents to interact with their kids through the activities, have the opportunity to make new friends, learn about the game and spend quality time with their children.
Boronia Auskick is managed by Boronia Hawks Football Netball Club so it provides a perfect pathway for boys and girls who want to go on to play junior football and eventually senior football. Our Auskick Co-ordinator is Samantha Dunkinson, our Junior Vice President, who can be reached on 0419 502 633.
What age can kids play Auskick?
The NAB AFL Auskick program is for primary school aged children 5 to 12. (Children must turn 5 in the calendar year to participate) Please Note: One Parent or Guardian is required to stay for the entire duration of each Auskick session. This is a legal requirement!
What can I expect at Auskick?
A typical Auskick session includes:
Warm up games/activities;
Skills i.e. kicking, marking, handballing, bouncing;
Encouragement awards, drinks and departure.
Enrolment at Boronia Auskick
Enrollments for Boronia Auskick are available through the Auskick web site. Registration for Boronia Auskick are only available online at www.aflauskick.com.au. Please search for ‘BORONIA’ in the centre locator.
Auskick Registration Pack
Parents should receive an email once they have completed the online registration. The email will contain the expected date of delivery. Packs will only be sent out once online payment and registration is complete. Please allow up to 12 working days from the date indicated on the email for the pack to be delivered. If it doesn’t arrive after those 12 working days you will need to contact NAB AFL Auskick. Please send through your participant’s full name, date of birth and Auskick centre (Boronia Auskick) to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will follow it up and get back to you.
What’s in the Auskick Registration Pack?
- New participants pack includes: Backpack, Football, Cap, Card Album, Card Pack, Height Chart, Stickers.
- Returning participants pack includes – Boot bag, Football, T-shirt, Pump, Card Pack, Height chart, Stickers
How can I be involved?
Boronia Auskick is run by a commitee of volunteer parents. Whilst we have the backing and support of the AFL & Eastern Football League, and our sponsors, the clinics you attend are managed by our junior committee.
Our coaches also require assistance every week to ensure the smooth running of the clinic. We encourage parent involvement during the clinics and it’s also a great time to have some fun with your child. Speak to your coach for further information.
What does my child need to bring?
- There is no set uniform for Auskick sessions, just general sports clothing will be fine. Many kids also like to wear their favourite team’s colours and jumpers.
Drink bottle (water is available from the canteen)
Appropriate foot wear. Whilst it is not absolutely necessary to have football boots it will be easier for running when the ground is wet.