The 2013 football and netball mentors will put the Lions through their paces on a family day soon.CHALPAT SONTI February 21, 2013 4:56am
It might be a few weeks before the start of the season proper, but Seymour Football Netball Club’s meet the coaches day is an ideal opportunity to see how the Lions are shaping up.
Senior football coach Shane Robertson and his netball counterpart Ash Chapman will put their sides — and the other Seymour teams from both codes — through their drills from noon with a training run at Kings Park.
Following that will be the chance for someone to claim they are the fastest person at the club with the running of the SFNC Gift.
There will be plenty else besides, with a barbecue lunch, drinks at bar prices, a jumping castle, face painting and spinning wheel with lots of prizes. Any membership bought on the day can be obtained at a discounted price.
For more information phone Gerard O’Sullivan on 0418
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