Casual entry only available for first time attendance each term costing $10.50 per session – A term pass must be purchased after first casual attendance
Term 1 2018 Clinics
- NEW - Floor Ball (5-8 years)
Floorball is a modified game of field and ice hockey, with five field players and a goalkeeper in each team. This exciting new clinic is played indoors with hard plastic sticks and a plastic ball.
- NEW - Tots Tennis (3-5 years)
This fantastic new clinic will teach your child the basic skills of tennis while providing fun for both Mum and child! (this is a parent interactive clinic)
- Tots Soccer (2-4 years)
An introductory class which aims to improve your child’s skill and confidence while teaching them the basics of the sport.
- NEW - Tots Basketball (2-4 years)
Kids love to bounce balls! This fun, new engaging clinic will teach your child the basic skills of basketball, parent interaction is more than welcome!
- Kindy Sports/Gym Combo Clinic (2-5 years)
This new class is a combination of Kindy sports and Gymnastics which will be a combination of our very popular Kindy sports and an introduction to gymnastics using a large variety of equipment. A fun opportunity for a child to develop their mind and body through basic gymnastic skills, sports and social interaction. Parent participation is welcome.
- Fun & Games Soccer (5-8 years)
This clinic is designed for children between the ages of 5 to 8 years and is an introductory class to soccer which will teach your child/ren the basic skills of soccer through games and fun activities.
- Beginners Netball (5-8 years)
This clinic is a fantastic way to introduce your child into the game of Netball. The clinic is designed to teach the basics of the games and progressing into game play by the end of the term. Our Netball clinics are run in our high quality indoor netball facility which provides a fun, friendly and social environment. Beginners are welcome.
- Beginners Basketball (5-8 years)
This fun, exciting and extremely popular clinic will keep your kids occupied with skills, drills and heaps of game play.
- Tennis (5-8 years)
Children for this age groups will be introduced to the basic skills of Tennis whilst developing fitness, basic technique, racquet and ball skills. Participants will enjoy playing games, making new friends and having fun.
- Junior AFL (6-10 years)
This clinic provides a structured range of interesting and innovative drills and games and will also prepare the pathway for your child to play the game competitively.
- NEW Cricket Camp (6-10 years)
A fun and active way of learning the basics of Cricket, with drills that cover the three foundations of the game, Batting, Bowling and Fielding, suitable to all skill levels.
- Dance Combo beginners (4-7 years)
Classes for ages 4-7 years will focus on a combination of dance styles such as Hip Hop, Jazz and Funk, focusing on technique and coordination
- Hip Hop (6-12 years)
“So You Think You Can Dance" and want to be in the next series? Come down and learn some hip hop moves!. Beginners welcome.
- Cheerleading Class (6-12 years)
Cheerleading classes are a perfect way to combine all things cheer & dance, perfect for children aged 6 - 12!Our USASF and Aus Dance Victoria qualified coaches have competed at state and national levels, and have many years of experience.
Classes will include elements of cheerleading (tumbling, stunting and jumping) which will be choreographed into an up-beat hip hop dance routine.
No previous experience is required to participate in these classes, as children will be taught the appropriate safety progressions right from the basics.
Our USASF and Aus Dance Victoria qualified coaches have competed at state and national levels, and have many years of experience.
- Future Stars Soccer (9-12 years)
This structured clinic is for children between the ages 9 to 12 years and is more focused on skill development through drills, game play and activities.
- Intermediate Netball (9-12 years)
This clinic is a fantastic way for your child to enhance their basic skills such as team work, passing and catching; footwork, defence and attacking and set play will be incorporated into this clinic.
- Junior Basketball (9-12 years)
This clinic is a progression from Beginners basketball and will introduce your child to more advanced skills to assist them in playing competitively. Both our basketball coaches are accredited and have many years experience in this very popular sport.
We are lucky to have an amazing head basketball coach who has competed in the international arena and has more than 20 years’ experience in coaching at a National and State level his accreditations include:
- 4 Time All-Star (State Basketball League) Two time SBL Champion with the Perth Redbacks (1989-90')
- Trained Squad Member for the Perth Wildcats (1987-90)
- Head Coach Stirling Basketball Program from 2006- to Present
- Won the City of Stirling Gold Award (Awarded for Community Work)
- Won the Pride of Australia Award (In the "Fair Go" Category)
- Tennis (9-12 years)
Children will learn the rules of tennis, whilst improving on their fitness, technique, racquet and ball skills. Participants will enjoy playing a competitive games, whilst making new friends and having fun.
Junior Clinics brochure
Click below to download the Junior Clinics and School Holiday program brochure.
Purchase a term pass before 2 February 2018 and receive a further 10% off! New 10% family discount available (conditions apply)
- Casual entry - only available for first time attendance each term at $10.50 per session – Term pass must be purchased after first casual attendance
- Term pass - $90 for 10 weeks. Some clinics may be shorter in length due to public holidays and other requirements. In this case the cost is reduced by $9.00 per week.
Term passes are available until sold out and spaces are limited
Clinics frequently fill up so we strongly encourage casuals to arrive 15 minutes early. Term passes are available subject to availability. Purchasing a term pass will guarantee your child placement in a clinic.
Please note that a minimum number of children is required to run the clinic depending on the clinic type. In some cases this cannot be determined until the day of the clinic
For more information contact:
Beth Macer - Sport and Programs Officer
Phone: 9408 1920