The Sydney Roosters in Partnership with Randwick City Council recently held their annual Coaching Clinic at the picturesque Burrows Park in Clovelly.
The aim of the clinic is to encourage children to live a healthy and active lifestyle through sport and interacting with their friends.
Seventy lucky students from St Anthony's Clovelly got to participate in fun rugby league skills and activities run by NRL Development officers and Sydney Roosters Women's Captain, Simaima Taufa.
Throughout the day the children learnt core skills of the game from Roosters players Nat Butcher, Victor Radley, Poasa Faamausili, Matt Ikuvalu, Brock Lamb, Sitili Tupouniua, Craig Garvey, Stefano Hala, Billy Smith, and Sioisiua Taukeiaho.
Above all, the Sydney Roosters and Randwick City Council Coaching Clinic is all about fun and enjoyment and caters to all skills and abilities in a safe environment.
At the end of the day, the players handed out showbags and they also took along the Premiership Trophy for the kids to see in person.
Randwick City Council Representative David Kelly was thrilled with the day.
"Randwick City Council's community partnership with the Sydney Roosters has been going from strength to strength for five years now.
"Together with the Roosters, Council has made great connections with the youth in our City and has been able to show our kids that a healthy lifestyle and positive attitude is the best way to succeed in life.
"Council looks forward to an even stronger community partnership in 2019 and wishes the Roosters all the best in 2019."