Super Clinic for the Blue Care Crew

first_imgThe National Youth Championships had some very special guests today, with the guys from Blue Care coming down to Sunshine Coast Stadium to participate in a Super Clinic with the TFA Staff and a number of representatives from the ACT, Tasmanian and Victorian NYC sides. With plenty of games, skills and drills, the guys from Blue Care had a great time, learning plenty about the game of Touch Football and loved the chance to meet some of the stars of the NYC.The group made up of adults and young adults with intellectual disabilities, were looking forward to seeing some games of Touch Football over the weekend, particularly the State of Origin series. The state pride started early with a couple of the group being from NSW, the cross border rivalry brought out the competitive instincts throughout the clinic.Clinic Participants Grant and Leigh were particularly patriotic which was great to see, both said how much the loved the games and wanted to play more and more, whilst carer Coral was extremely grateful to TFA for the holding of the clinic and the inclusive nature of the sport.Alissa, sister of former NRL Star, Chris Flannery, had plenty of previous experience with Touch Football and loved the chance to show off her skills, and to take on some of the NYC players.With the clinic drawing plenty of interest from spectators and teams preparing for games later in the day, it was particularly special to see the joy the event brought to not only the participants, carers and players but also those who were watching on.Leaving with a couple of special gifts from TFA, the guys are sure to continue to working on the skills, and are looking forward to next year’s event already.Related LinksNYC Special Guestslast_img

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