Victorian AFL School Ambassadors Launch a Great Success.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

AFL School Ambassadors play a vital role in ensuring that Australian Football in at the forefront of sports in their schools. Every year AFL Victoria hosts an AFL School Ambassadors Launch coinciding with the first round of the Nab Cup between Richmond and Melbourne at Eithad Stadium.


The launch provided an opportunity for AFL Ambassadors to be brought up to date with programs and initiatives planned for 2014 at a national and state level.  Mark Riddiford AFL Education and School Manager gave a through brief of the many AFL School online resources and competitions and curriculum based program available to all teacher both at Primary and Secondary levels.  


This year we invited the two competing AFL Club’s Community Managers to present on the many school initiatives that they provide for schools. Debbie Lee, Melbourne Football Club Community Manager provided a through presentation of the many programs they deliver in schools mainly in the South Eastern Corridor of Melbourne.  Todd Sigalas, Richmond Football Club Community Manager also gave an informative presentation providing the AFLSA plenty of opportunities to engage with his club in particular in relation to the KGI
facility.


The evening was a great success thanks to our guest speakers and the interest of the AFL School Ambassadors in attendance who went away with up to date information and ideas to implement in their schools in 2014.

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