Angus Thomson, from the Ipswich Eagles NAB AFL Auskick Centre in Queensland, became the envy of all Auskickers when they were announced as the weekly nominee for the 2022 NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year competition.
The NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year competition calls for registered participants from around the country to enter for the chance to become one of the weekly nominees. All you need to do is show NAB your skills and have fun.
Weekly nominees are announced on the Seven Network’s broadcast, with Angus announced during the Round Five match between the Brisbane Lions and Collingwood on Thursday night.
Angus will have the ultimate experience at the 2022 Toyota AFL Grand Final where they will play NAB AFL Auskick on the ground and present a medal to a premiership player.
It only gets better for Angus, who now has the chance to be crowned the overall 2022 NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year which will be announced at the Brownlow medal.
The lucky 2022 NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year winner will receive $5,000 from NAB plus Geelong Cats captain, Joel Selwood, and AFLW star Katie Brennan, as their personal footy mentors in 2023.
ABOUT NAB AFL AUSKICK:
- NAB AFL Auskick invites all children aged 5-12, no matter their knowledge of Australian Football, skill or ability, to participate in the non-contact program.
- In weekly sessions kids explore the world of AFL, building football skills and playing in a safe and super fun setting. The NAB AFL Auskick program has been designed to let kids learn through play and fosters a fun environment where kids have the freedom to run, jump, kick, laugh and express themselves.
- NAB AFL Auskick starts from the very beginning, teaching all kids the basics of Australian Football whilst building fundamental motor skills and learning what it means to play as part of a team. Recognised across the country as one of the most competitively priced sport programs, NAB AFL Auskick has delighted kids and parents alike for over 20 years.
- NAB has been supporting Auskickers since 2006, each year providing over 200,000 young kids across the country with the opportunity to learn and develop fundamental footy skills while promoting a healthy lifestyle and ensuring the footy champions of tomorrow can realise their potential.
- NAB’s commitment to growing NAB AFL Auskick extends both on and off the field. The NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year competition provides 22 lucky Auskickers with a once in a lifetime experience, whilst NAB’s various program initiatives are focused on fostering local centres and communities around Australia.