Young titans in the making
Football fever is sweeping the Gold Coast, with the NRL season well and truly kicking-off.
And now the city’s littlest fans have the chance to learn from their sporting idols.
While watching the Gold Coast Titans compete on their home turf at Robina’s CBUS Stadium is a must for any footy follower, the kids can take it a step further by participating in the team’s first ever all-ability Aquis School Holiday Clinic on Tuesday, 4 April.
From 10am, children from all over the Coast, aged between 5 and 12, are invited to train with their football heroes, helping to brush up on their NRL skills, while making new friends.
The full Titans squad will take part in the day, so both girls and boys can learn fun rugby league techniques from the best in the business.
Between 30 to 50 children with Down Syndrome will also have the opportunity to get involved in their own special clinic between 12pm and 2pm as Down Syndrome Association Queensland is the community group of choice for the Titans home game at CBUS Stadium, in Robina, on April 8.
Budding sporting superstars who participate in the clinic will receive morning tea, lunch, an NRL footy pack and Aquis Titans membership. Not only will the next Ryan James enjoy a break from school with his favourite sporting stars, there will even be a special appearance from the Easter Bunny who will be running an Easter egg hunt.
With only 200 spots available, get in quick to give your kids the opportunity of a lifetime to be coached by professionally trained Titans and NRL development staff.
The session will be held on Tuesday, 4 April, from 10am to 2pm at Parkwood Village, 76-122 Napper Road, Parkwood.
Tickets are $40, to register visit http://www.titans.com.au/community/school-holiday-clinic.html
For further details, contact Owen Gregory on 0439 749 900 or firstname.lastname@example.org