More, a participant of the Upper Swan NAB AFL Auskick Centre was recently selected as the Round ten winner of the NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year Competition.
As part of his prize, Kane will be on hand to present the 2009 AFL Premiership team with their medals, participate in the 2009 AFL Grand Final parade and pre-match entertainment, along with playing NAB AFL Auskick on the MCG during the half time break.
The NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year competition also awards a $5,000 NAB Smart Junior Saver account at the end of the season, to the NAB AFL Auskick participant whose behaviour is most aligned with NAB’s core principles.
Upper Swan Auskick Centre Coordinator, Hamish More, said the NAB AFL Auskicker of the year was a fantastic initiative developed by NAB and was in line with their commitment to supporting and developing grass roots football.
“The NAB AFL Auskicker of the year competition doesn’t focus on winning or who’s the best player it’s more about educating these kids on how to behave in the community,” More said.
NAB has been involved in the AFL Auskick program for the last 4 years and during this time, contributed over $1million in Centre Resources to over 161,000 children participating in NAB AFL Auskick at more than 2,500 local centres around Australia.
NAB AFL Auskick is the key introductory program for primary school children and their families, providing a fun and safe Australian Football experience for boys and girls.To enter a Registered NAB AFL Auskick Particpant in the NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year, please visit www.nab.com.au/auskick and complete the online form.