2) Click on either "New Participant" or "Re-Register"
3) Click on "Find Centre"
4) Click on "Find by centre name" & type in "Lysterfield"
Auskick Photos 2013
Auskick Photos 2012
Auskick Photos 2010
What is NAB AFL Auskick?
The NAB AFL Auskick program has been developed to build the foundation skills for playing Australian football and to respond to the physical needs of children ages between 5-12 years.
It’s for the kids
Auskick allows boys and girls to play sport in a relaxed environment where making friends, having fun with their parents and improving their skills are given equal weight. It also provides excellent opportunity to play alongside other local kids, friends and classmates.
All children regardless of their ability have as many opportunities to touch the ball and use it effectively as the next child, enabling them to improve their ball handling skills and confidence playing a team sport.
Auskick also provides a strong base for kids to move into sport on a competitive level with the Club’s Junior Football program.
A typical Auskick session
Arrive at ground, have a kick with mum, dad and friends
Assemble in age groups and move to allocated areas
Play warm up games
Skill teaching, guided by head coach and assisted by parent helpers
Skill games using skill taught (today and previously)
Break into teams and play a match using modified Auskick rules
Awards and pack up, and departure
At this “Rookie” stage of an Auskick Program the emphasis is on:
Structured competition is totally inappropriate for 5-8 year olds.
At this early stage, the program should place an emphasis on:
Motor co-ordination and movement activities in small groups.
Enhancing self-esteem and building social skills through individual achievement and group cooperation.
Introducing children to match play through AFL Auskick Rules games.
Parents make Auskick possible
Parents are the driving force behind NAB AFL Auskick. Their role as coordinators, coaches and volunteers is fundamental to the success of the program. But it’s not all giving. Parents have the opportunity to learn about football, parenting skills and make new friends and make new friends through their involvement with the Subiaco Junior Football Club and Auskick.