Keep an eye-out for your favourite GIANTS players on Friday as the club spreads across Canberra and regional NSW for the second part of our annual Australia Post AFL Community Camp.
The GIANTS will visit schools, hospitals and local football clubs as part of the camp which will see more than 750 AFL players visit communities across Australia.
It’ll be the club’s fifth Australia Post AFL Community Camp in Canberra, while Western Sydney visits were included for the first time last week. Players will also visit regional hubs in southern NSW this week.
The 26 players in town for the NAB Challenge on Thursday night will be spread across the Canberra community on Friday, visiting Gungahlin, Tuggeranong, Queanbeyan, Belconnen, Ainslie, Eastlake, Gouburn and more.
In addition, local draftees Harrison Himmelberg and Matthew Flynn will head home to Wagga Wagga, Nick Haynes and Daniel Lloyd will visit Albury while Tim Mohr and Tom Downie will head to Griffith.
Let us know if you spot a GIANT out-and-about by tweeting a photo along with the hashtag - #AFLCommunityCamp.
The GIANTS play the Western Bulldogs in their first NAB Challenge match at Manuka Oval in Canberra on Thursday at 7.10pm with members getting free general admission entry.