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NAB AFL Auskick Centre Structure

The NAB AFL Auskick centre coordinator generally oversees and conducts the centre's activities. This can be a big job, so in order to conduct a more effective program and share the workload, a committee should be considered.

The following information details a typical NAB AFL Auskick session, the suggested structure for a centre and outlines some of the diverse roles open to parents waiting to offer their invaluable assistance in coaching, administration, first aid or general help.

 
Typical NAB AFL Auskick Session

8.50am

Arrive at ground, have a kick with mum, dad and friends

9.00am

Assemble groups (organised according to age/ability) and move off to allocated areas

9.05am

Play warm-up games – fun activities and games that get children ready for activity

9.15am

Skill teaching, guided by leader coach for groups, then facilitated by parent helpers

9.45am

Skill games incorporating the skills taught (today and previously)

10.05am

Break players into teams (organised according to age/size/ability) and play an AFL Auskick Rules match

10.30am

Encouragement awards, drinks and departure

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