Dockers share life and footy skills

Laura GrubisaNarrogin Observer

Last Friday, seven Fremantle AFL players visited schools in the Great Southern as part of their Community Camp.

Tommy Sheridan and Taylin Duman visited students at St Matthew’s School in Narrogin and Pingelly Primary School, while Connor Blakely and Luke Strnadica saw students at Narrogin Senior High School and Narrogin Primary, and Cam Sutcliffe, Mitch Crowden and Andrew Bray-shaw stopped off at Williams Primary and Wandering Primary.

As part of the Dockers Community Camp, the football stars sat down with students and discussed their football lives and some of their favourite subjects at school.

At St Matthew’s, Sheridan and Duman asked the school questions and five students who answered correctly were given signed hats.

After a whole-school signing session, six more students were selected to take part in a 10-minute kick-to-kick session with the Dockers players before they left for Pingelly.

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