The Frankston YCW AusKick Centre

Will be running our sessions on a Friday night from 5.30 - 7.00. They will be held on the main ground at Jubilee Park. Our first week will be FRIDAY APRIL 21st, 2017 and we will run through to the end of the junior season finishing on FRIDAY JULY 28th, 2017. 
When we have rain our session will be held in the club rooms. 

 

To register, please visit the AFL Auskick website here:

 

Auskick Co-ordinator:

AusKick Coaches:

Danielle Francis
Mobile: 0407 558 126
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Troy Bristow 
Mobile: 0449 251 919
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AFL Auskicker of the Year

Would your AFL Auskicker like to be part of the AFL Grand Final? We’re on the search for 22 lucky Auskickers to receive an unforgettable 3-Day Grand Final experience.
Plus, the overall winner will receive $5,000 in a NAB Reward Saver Account and Joel Selwood as their personal footy mentor in 2017.

 

Why join Frankston YCW Auskick Centre?

  • Children learn the fundamental motor skills for future physical activity and sports participation.
  • Children learn the basics of fitness conditioning, including how to train and practise.
  • Children learn the basic principles and importance of health and nutrition.
  • Through specially arranged physical activities and games, some very important mental and psychological skills are nurtured. These include self-motivation, self-responsibility, self-management, persistence, resilience and a best effort always attitude.
  • Through specially arranged team activities, children learn important social skills, including cooperation and respect for others.
  • Contact with older children and adults provides valuable role model experiences.
  • Generally, children benefit from greater levels of confidence and self-awareness and improved health, fitness and overall well-being.
  • Physical activity develops motor and social skills and intellectual capacities.
  • AFL Auskick can assist in reducing self-destructive and delinquent behaviour in young people and contribute to a more disciplined attitude.
  • Community structures often serve as positive models for other community programs that rely on volunteer support.
  • Growth in AFL Auskick benefits our economy, as do the savings on health expenditure that flow from a fitter and healthier population.
  • Physically active children are more attentive, have a more efficient memory, enhanced creativity and better learning, and problem solving and attitude capabilities.
  • AFL Auskick helps children develop to their full potential.

 

  • Convenient, local opportunities for safe, quality family time that results in family bonding
  • The opportunity to engage with children and other families in physical activities and games
  • Greater social contact and interaction

 

  • A stronger social fabric and improved community health.
  • Enhanced family and non-family support networks.
  • Decreased antisocial behaviour.
  • Community structures often serve as positive models for other community programs that rely on volunteer support.
  • Growth in NAB AFL Auskick benefits our economy, as do the savings on health expenditure that flow from a fitter and healthier population.