(1 adult: group, optional additional adult for tag zone)
HOW TO SET UP
Split the playing area in half with some cones.
Scatter Coloured cones equally in the two zones.
Create two teams, and have them face each on opposite edge of the playing area.
Place a hoop at their feet and put a heap of footballs in it.
An Auskicker from each side runs a footy into the other zone and 'plants' it next to one of the scattered cones.
When they return it's the next Auskicker's go.
The first team to plant all their footballs win!
After a few rounds of "planting" the balls, the Auskickers now "harvest" by bringing them back to their side.
Add a 'tag' rule- an adult is the tagger. If an Auskicker with a ball is tagged, they put the ball back and return to their team empty handed.
Auskickers can handball the harvested footballs back to their group, or take a running bounce.
Remember to have fun out there, and keep their imagination flowing by referring to the footballs as the 'Footy Harvest'.
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