Thursday, 22 February 2018
AFL VISIT... Most of Port Adelaide’s biggest stars have been spending time on Yorke Peninsula this week. The Power players have visited schools, nursing homes and hospitals, held a coaching clinic and participated in a sportsman’s night in Kadina. Pictured are Brad Ebert and Karl Amon with Maitland Lutheran School students Tom Robinson-Gourdie, Mitchell Hean, Mia Whittaker and Hazel Bittner during PAFC’s Community Camp yesterday (Monday). AFL VISIT... Most of Port Adelaide’s biggest stars have been spending time on Yorke Peninsula this week. The Power players have visited schools, nursing homes and hospitals, held a coaching clinic and participated in a sportsman’s night in Kadina. Pictured are Brad Ebert and Karl Amon with Maitland Lutheran School students Tom Robinson-Gourdie, Mitchell Hean, Mia Whittaker and Hazel Bittner during PAFC’s Community Camp yesterday (Monday). PHOTO: Rhiannon Koch

Powering through the peninsula

LOCALS welcomed Port Adelaide Football Club players for their annual community camp yesterday (Monday).

The majority of the Port squad travelled around YP, visiting schools, nursing homes and hospitals on Monday and today (Tuesday) while other players were on Eyre Peninsula.

“It’s always good to get out to the country towns, to visit the schools and see the kids,” Power midfielder Brad Ebert said.

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