Collingwood Park power AFC
Auskick is a program designed to teach the basic skills of Australian rules football to boys and girls aged between 5 and 12. Auskick is a non-contact variant of the sport. At the Power, our Auskick runs for 8 weeks (dependent on weather) in Term 1, starting on Tuesday the 21st of February. We think that Auskick is the best fun kids can have being active!
In our weekly sessions kids will explore the world of AFL, building football skills and playing in a safe and super fun setting. Expect small groups, heaps of games and some parent/guardian involvement. Auskick isn’t just a program for kids – it’s for parents to get involved too! We’re all about families on the field together, having fun learning and celebrating those footy ‘firsts’ with their Auskickers. It’s super easy to help out, even if you’re not familiar with Australian Rules Football.
Registration will open on 1st of November 2023 for our program in Term 1 of 2024.
Auskick session details
Sessions are held on Tuesday afternoons starting at 5pm at our home ground Peter Phelan Memorial oval, Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve, Moreton avenue Redbank plains QLD. 2024 program dates to be advised.
Register with Auskick
Registration must be completed online at the following link after November 1st 2023 for the 2024 program.
Price is $90 and includes the awesome auskick pack shown below.
2024 Auskick pack
When you register your child for Auskick at Collingwood Park Power AFC in 2024 they’ll receive a Auskick pack full of footy goodies and personalised items sent direct to your home.
Junior President: Lindsay Weekley
Lindsay has two sons, Mason and Jack who play football at our club and he works tirelessly to ensure our clubs Junior, Youth and Auskick programs run smoothly and are enjoyable for all. A passionate Saints fan who is always happy to help or just have a chat and a laugh.
Auskick Coordinator: Cristelle Mulvogue
Cristelle was voted our 2022 Club Volunteer of the year as she goes above and beyond to make the club a better place. Supporting her sons Kian and Finn and her beloved Lions in the AFL. She was key in designing and organising grants to get the clubs first Doug Nichols round jersey. See the clubs Facebook pages for her creative updates on everything that happens around the club.