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Positive Or Its Pointless Weekend

posted Aug 10, 2012, 11:25 PM by Steven Meissner   [ updated Aug 10, 2012, 11:26 PM ]
Junior clubs throughout Queensland will unite this weekend to promote the Positive or It’s Pointless
campaign

Positive or it’s Pointless aims to ensure football is safe, fun and inclusive for children by reducing poor
and unacceptable player, spectator and parent behavior.

Brisbane Lions player and Positive or it’s Pointless Ambassador Tom Rockliff said the program unites the
football community and encourages juniors to love their football and have fun, win or lose.

“Playing sport is all about having fun, having a go, and enjoying a safe and fair game,” said Rockliff.

“On or off the field - if you’re a player, parent, spectator, official, coach or volunteer - with your positive
support, respect and encouragement for others, we can all enjoy the fast-paced excitement of an AFL
game”.

Clubs will promote the program with posters, flyers and giveaways while supporters can get behind the
campaign by applauding the match day efforts of both teams and umpires.

As a football club, you can also promote yourself by take a picture on the day which you believe
embodies the ‘Positive or Its Pointless’ theme at your club. The best stories will be featured on the AFL
Queensland website.

Remember – Positive or it’s pointless - together we can make junior sport positive everyday!
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Steven Meissner,
Aug 10, 2012, 11:25 PM
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Steven Meissner,
Aug 10, 2012, 11:25 PM