FOOTBALL CAMP: The new inflatable pitch will be unveiled at the junior football holiday clinic at Queens Park.
FOOTBALL CAMP: The new inflatable pitch will be unveiled at the junior football holiday clinic at Queens Park. Gerard Walsh

Warwick Wolves pumped up for school holiday program

FOOTBALL: Aspiring footballers will have their first chance to see the Warwick Wolves new inflatable pitch with the club's school holiday program.

The new pitch will give players a fun and safe environment to test their skills.

The Wolves Development Academy Holiday Soccer Program has been a success this year with more than 50 players signing up for camps in June and January.

The clinic costs $60 for the two days, but is free to Warwick Wolves academy members.

Activities at the clinic will include skills and drills, small games and the new inflatable pitch, while a canteen will be available each day.

The clinic, which will be held from 10am-2pm both days, will be run by Paul Butler, Tim Gaske and Matt Kairouz and is for children aged six-12 years.

Registration forms are available at www.warwick-wolves.com.au.or by emailing info@warwick-wolves.com.au.



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