Soccer enthusiasts are being encuoraged to attend the Heathcote school holiday soccer clinic on Thursday.July 9, 2014 3:09am
Young people are invited to kick it like Socceroo star Tim Cahill at the Heathcote school holiday soccer clinic.
The City of Greater Bendigo and Bendigo Amateur Soccer League (BASL) will hold a soccer clinic in Heathcote tomorrow from 10am to 1pm at Barrack Reserve oval.
Players and a coach from BASL will run participants through skills and drills before dividing them into two teams for a friendly match.
Participants will also receive a t-shirt and a ticket to a BASL match.
Heathcote Football Netball Club is putting on a barbecue.
Manager community partnerships Suzie Mansell said the clinic was a chance for local young people to stretch their legs over the school holidays.
‘‘Who knows where our future Socceroos or Matildas will come from? It could be Heathcote,’’ Mansell said.
‘‘This is a great way to get outside, get active, stay warm and sharpen your soccer skills.’’
The clinic is open to anyone aged 12 to 25.
To register or for information, visit www.yobendigo.com.au
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