Bliss­ful for Bull­dogs

Cockburn Gazette - - WORKPLACE -

THE Boor­a­goon Bull­dogs Ju­nior Foot­ball Club will have an edge on the com­pe­ti­tion this sea­son, af­ter a few lucky play­ers en­joyed a spe­cial train­ing ses­sion with the West Coast Ea­gles last week.

The kids took part in an Ul­ti­mate Train­ing Ses­sion with Ea­gles Matt Prid­dis, Xavier El­lis and Kurt Mur­timer as part of Hawai­ian’s com­mu­nity foot­ball pro­gram.

The af­ter­noon con­sisted of a pri­vate tour of the club’s fa­cil­i­ties, fol­lowed by a footy, vol­ley­ball and com­pet­i­tive goal-kick­ing ses­sion.

Af­ter a tir­ing ses­sion on the field, the play­ers signed a moun­tain of jer­seys, posters and foot­balls.

Boor­a­goon ju­nior Cameron Ross could not have been hap­pier with the ex­pe­ri­ence.

“It was awe­some; very, very, very awe­some,” he said.

Matt Prid­dis with a hand­ful of play­ers from the Boor­a­goon Bull­dogs Ju­nior Foot­ball Club.

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