Murray United completed another series of school holiday clinics over the past fortnight, with fun the number one priority.
The Border-based NPL club has designed its holiday program around providing something for everyone.
Murray head coach James Coutts said an average of 40 kids attended clinics in Wodonga and Yackandandah.
“It’s great to see so many kids coming from so many different clubs, it’s definitely not just Murray,” Coutts said.
“We’ve got kids representing pretty much every AWFA club which is excellent from our point-of-view.
“It’s just making sure during the holidays people learn, enjoy themselves and have a good time.
“A lot of kids come to our academies and there’s such different levels and abilities, so some want to be here to have fun, some want to learn and get better, so it makes sure we provide something for everybody.
“We’ve had kids here who are 13 right down to as young as four,” he added.