Geelong Cats stay close to home for community camp

LAST week it was the Tigers, this week another group of cats will be on the prowl in the south-west. 

Players from the Geelong Cats will be in the region, hosting clinics and training sessions as part of the AFL Community Camps program. 

The Cats will be based out of Colac today and tomorrow, but players from the club will be at Camperdown, Cobden and Kolora-Noorat football training tonight. 

Who attends which club depended on the outcome of last night’s NAB Challenge Game against Collingwood at Kardinia Park. 

The camp kicks off today with a civic reception at Colac’s Memorial Square at 12.30pm. The civic reception will be followed by hospital and nursing home visits and then training sessions with 15 local clubs. 

Tomorrow morning players will visit 11 Colac district schools, followed by a Superclinic and a meet-and-greet at Colac’s Central Reserve before returning to Geelong. 


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