Aspiring junior Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons will have the chance to learn from their favourite players at a special family-friendly fan day later this month.
The Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons Fan Day will take place on Sunday, June 16 at South Pine Sports Complex, Brendale.
As well as a range of fun activities including a special signing session with all the selected Maroons players, there will also be a registered clinic available where young girls can learn skills from Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons players such as Ali Brigginshaw, Brittany Breayley and Karina Brown.
The “Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons train with the team” experience is available to all girls aged between 6-18.
The cost for the clinic component of the fan day is $20.
On the day, gates will open at 11.30am for registration with the clinic with NRL Development staff and Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons players to follow from 12.30pm to 2.30pm.
Harvey Norman clinic: Putting a smile on girls' faces
A signing session for fans to meet with their favourite players will take place at the conclusion of the clinic.
There will also be heaps of other fun and free activities including face painting, prize giveaways, food trucks, activations and more!
There will be Harvey Norman’s Queensland Women’s merchandise available, and you can also show your support for the team by signing up as a Maroon Member.
For more details – contact NRL Game Development Officer Mia Carter on 0438 378 753 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be another opportunity to meet the team during their camp, with a special Women's State of Origin launch to occur at the Brisbane Powerhouse on June 17.