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NAB AFL AUSKICK TYPICAL SESSION SCHEDULE

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Auskick sessions usually follow the same schedule each week. The coach gets all of the players together in a group on the oval and reminds us about the rules and tells us what we are going to do for the session.

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We play warm-up games and activities.

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Some Auskick centres might play a mini match with Auskick rules before the activities.

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We usually do four activities in smaller groups.

When we do our activities, we might practise skills such as kicking, marking, handballing and bouncing the ball.

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After activities, we usually play a mini match. Remember, the mini matches have Auskick rules!

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The last thing we do is come together as a group. The coach might tell us about the day and about what is happening next week.

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This is the usual Auskick schedule, but it might be a little different at my centre. The coach and my family will help me know what to expect!

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