GEELONG royalty stopped by Warrnambool on Tuesday.
Cats recruit Gary Ablett, gearing up for his first season at the Cattery following a seven-year stint at Gold Coast, was king of the kids at Warrnambool East Primary School and Warrnambool Special Developmental School.
Ablett and teammates, draftee Charlie Constable and second-year midfield-forward Quinton Narkle, visited Warrnambool East in the morning, answering questions and playing kick-to-kick.
The 302-game two-time Brownlow Medallist was among a group of Geelong players, including Portland export Jamaine Jones, who visited the south-west.
Players also stopped in at Allansford, Nullawarre, Port Fairy Consolidated, St Patrick’s Koroit, St Patrick’s Port Fairy, Koroit and District, Our Lady Help of Christians, Warrnambool, Warrnambool West, St John’s, St Joesph’s, Merrivale, St Pius and Woodford primary schools.
Warrnambool, Brauer, Hawkesdale, Emmanuel and King’s college students were part of clinics too.