After an important win in the final game of pre-season, the North Melbourne Football Club scatters across Tasmania to dive into community camp.
Kicking off with a civic reception in Hobart, CEO Ben Amarfio, head coach Rhyce Shaw, and general manager of football Brady Rawlings, alongside a number of the players had the chance to meet with local government, AFL Tasmania, and others.
From there, players break into small groups, and head around Hobart, Launceston, and Devonport.
Besides plenty of school visits, clinics, and question and answer sessions; community camp in 2020 holds a couple of special visits.
A group of players will head to the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Services, and see the great work the women and men do in assisting people in dire need; from bushwalkers, to injured seaman or people in motor vehicle accidents.
In addition, star Roos will assist with the Tasmanian Devils state academy training. Supporting the local pathways, and checking out the upcoming talent.
On top of that, North will visit the Royal Hobart Hospital’s children’s ward to cheer up and support some young Roo fans.
Though Monday’s win was a great start to the Roos' trip to Tasmania, it’s clear that that was only the beginning of an eventful and impactful couple of days.