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Football fun at Fletcher

August 14th, 2017

What do you get if you cross football, an ALDI inflatable shooting target and Elmo? Lots of FUN that’s what!

Saturday 5th August saw the final ALDI MiniRoos game of the year for Newcastle, Macquarie and Hunter Valley clubs. Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) ALDI MiniRoos Football Development Officer Tom Oldaker was on hand to add to the final matchday experience of the year for Fletcher Football Club.

Oldaker took along the ALDI inflatable shooting target, provided free fruit and sunscreen to children as well as giveaway prizes courtesy of NNSWF’s Official Partner in community football, Newcastle Permanent.

“The ALDI inflatable shooting target, free fruit and sunscreen is a great initiative provided by ALDI that really adds to the match day experience,” Oldaker said.

“It creates that link between football being a fun, healthy and safe sport which is the message we want to deliver,” Oldaker concluded.

Fletcher FC added to the match day fun with committee members and players alike getting into the spirit of the day by dressing up as their favourite characters including Elmo and Wonder Woman.

NNSWF would like to thank Gaye McCauley and Fletcher FC for putting on such a great day for all involved and also for all their hard work and effort throughout the season in making community football a great experience for all at Fletcher.

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