Adelaide will extend its stay in Strathalbyn after the weekend when it hosts its AFL Community Camp at the Fleurieu Peninsula township.
Having defeated Fremantle by 10 points in their JLT Community Series match at Strathalbyn Oval on Sunday, the Crows will remain in the area for the next two days.
After having a recovery session at the Strathalbyn pool on Monday morning, coach Don Pyke’s squad will visit an array of schools and sponsors in the afternoon and into Tuesday.
An Auskick Superclinic will be conducted at Strathalbyn Oval from 4.30pm on Monday, followed by an autograph signing session at 5.15pm and an official AFL Community Camp dinner in the newly renovated clubrooms at Strathalbyn from 6.30pm.
SANFL will have as many as six Game Development staff members assisting with the Crows camp across the Strathalbyn and Adelaide Hills region.
Port Adelaide spread its squad across three significant rural regions for its AFL Community Camp on Monday Feburary 12 and Tuesday February 13.
Power players visited schools, hospitals, conduct Auskick clinics and hold female ‘Come and Try’ sessions in Port Lincoln, Yorke Peninsula and on the Far West Coast, journeying as far as Ceduna and Yalata.
The visit was a welcome return for Power players such as Sam Gray, who hails from Rudall FC on the Eyre Peninsula and Cameron Hewett, who is from the Broughton-Mundoora FC on the Yorke Peninsula.
SANFL had as many as 9 Game Development staff members assisting with the Power’s camp, at the regional hubs of Kadina, Port Lincoln and Ceduna.
2018 AFL Community Camps
Adelaide FC – February 26-27
Strathalbyn and Adelaide Hills
Port Adelaide FC – February 12-13
Port Lincoln, Yorke Peninsula, Far West Coast
CHIEF SANFL WRITER