Carlton FC Next Generation Academy – Girls Clinic


Published on Tuesday, August 29, 2017

The Carlton Football Club is hosting a Next Generation Academy Girls Clinic on Thursday 28 September.

The clinic will run from 10am -12pm at Mill Park Lakes Recreational Reserve (Synthetic Oval) with Carlton AFLW Players and Coaches in attendance.

This program is for girls aged between 11-15 within the Northern corridor of Melbourne. All participants will receive a Carlton FC NGA T-shirt.

Participants will need to complete all steps below to participate:

Step 1: Register through Blues Academy
To take part in this program you will need to register through the following link www.afl.com.au/bluesacademy. Please note is important that minors receive parental permission to register through this site. There is no cost to take part in this program.

Step 2: Register for the Carlton FC NGA Girls Clinic
It is compulsory to complete this registration process to participate. Please visit the following URL to register for the NGA Girls Clinic in South Morang. https://nmcarltonfc.wufoo.com/forms/r3mfd501dit4jk/

Step 3: Confirmation
Once registrations are received there will be a follow up closer to the date and time you have selected to provide all the information you need.

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