Geelong Cats captains Meghan McDonald and Joel Selwood will help launch an exciting new All-Abilities Auskick Clinic in Geelong this week.

The Geelong Cats and AFL Barwon will run the Access All-Abilities Auskick clinic for four weeks, starting on Wednesday, November 10 and continuing each Wednesday before concluding on Wednesday, December 1.

The clinics are open to children aged between 5 and 12 with a disability, providing children with a fun and safe environment to meet friends and have fun while learning the skills of Australian Rules Football.

Children will be supported as they learn fundamental skills through a range of activities and games that assist in the development of both personal and social skills.

Selwood and McDonald will be at the first clinic, which will be held at Grinter Reserve, Moolap, between 4.30pm and 5.30pm on Wednesday, 10 November.

To register for the clinic, CLICK HERE.

For more information, contact AFL Barwon participation coordinator Mercedes Matthewson-Vardy at mercedes.mathewson-vardy@afl.com.au.