Melbourne Touch Football Clinics for the Deaf a success!

Melbourne Touch Football Clinics for the Deaf a success!

first_imgTouch Football Australia in conjunction with Deaf Children Australia hosted Touch Football development clinics for thirty deaf teenagers and two interpreters as part of the annual Victoria multi-sports day, for Deaf students from 8 schools, at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on Tuesday 28th July 2009.  Victorian Development Co-ordinator Ali Tuai, assisted by David Brady, a Deaf Olympian and TFA’s National Business Operations Manager, provided two fun filled clinics involving fun and innovative exercises and small games.  All of the participants emerged from two fun packed hours with massive smiles on their faces and discovered why Touch Football is a great game to play!last_img

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