Registration - Now online, see registration information and link below.
Season: July to August
Training: Wed 3.15pm - 4.45pm
Scratch Match Mini Games: Sat or Sun 3.15pm (League Half Time)
Contact our Auskick Co-ordinator for current information.
PARENT HELPER ROSTER
There are around 200 parent helper shifts to fill for the Auskick season! It's all hands on deck.
Auskick is not a drop and run after school care session where your kids skills will be developed by someone else, it's a community effort & all parents are expected to contribute.
Around 50-60 kids sign up for Auskick per season, thats way more than 1 volunteer parent Head Coach can juggle. Your kids will love seeing you join in plus its a great way to meet parents.
As part of the Junior activities of the Boddington Football Club, the Auskick division is given the opportunity to co-ordinate and keep all proceeds from hosting two home game dinners during our local football season.
All funds are set aside especially for the purpose of buying new equipment and coaching resources especially for use for Auskick kids. Parents are called on to donate a pre prepared bulk meal (such as casserole) and a few helpers are required on the night.
Home game dinners are a short shift from 5.00pm to 6.30pm and are a fun way to pitch in and meet a few other parents.The Auskick co-ordinator will let you know when these are happening and when your help is needed.
Auskick is the start of your association with the Boddington Football Club. When your child registers with Auskick you begin an affiliation with the Boddington Football Club under the Juniors administration. We extend a warm invite to all parents to consider joining the club as Junior Supporter ordinary members with voting rights. Get involved with your local footy club, lighten the load and meet lots of other families in your community.
Registration & fees must be completed online through the AFL Auskick website. Click through to the AFL website below and type in Boddington Postcode 6390.
Come to Registration Day to meet the coaches & co-ordinators, other players and parents plus find out about what help we need from parents / carers. Usually takes place the last week of school term one, with training sessions beginning the first week back term two.
Keep an eye out for a red flyer coming home via school or ad in Bodd News community newsletter.