What is Typhoons Auskick: Typhoons Auskick is a Junior Australian Rules Football Club that teaches kids the skills, spirit and comraderie of our great game.

An example of what you can expect at a typical Auskick session includes:

– Introduction

– Warm up games/activities

– Skills i.e. Kicking, marking, handballing, bouncing

– Grid/ game

– Encouragement and friendship



When does Auskick start: Auskick starts in May each year.


What age can kids start Auskick: The Typhoons Auskick programme starts in U6 and runs all the way up to U15’s


How long does each Auskick session run for: Each Auskick session generally runs for 2 hours


Who delivers each Auskick session: The Typhoons have an Auskick coordinator who runs the administration side of the programme. The Typhoons also have a committee which consist of volunteer parents who help to organise and coordinate each session. Each age group has a main coach and helper coaches. At the Typhoons we encourage all parents to get involved with Auskickand no experience is necessary ( the kids love their parents being involved and so do we )


What if my child is hurt at Auskick: Please see “Policies”



What is the cost of Auskick:The cost of the programme is $120


Can I register my child for Auskick and pay cash on my first day of Auskick: No, payment are made online and need to be confirmed at the time of registration to ensure the childs Auskick pack which consists of backpack,cap,shorts, team jumper and name on the jumper is ordered and received in a timely manner




Players Code: Player Code of Behaviour

By registering in Typhoons Auskick competition you have agreed that your child understands and will adhere to the code of behaviour:

  1. Play within the spirit of the game and by the rules of the competition.
  2. Never argue with an official. If you have an issue, have your captain approach the official during a break or after the competition.
  3. Verbal abuse of officials or other players, and deliberate distraction or provocation of an opponent are not permitted.
  4. Do not bully or take unfair advantage of another competitor.
  5. Cooperate with your coach, teammates and opponents.
  6. Show respect to all players regardless of their gender, ability, cultural background or religion.


Parents Code: Parents and Spectators

  1. Encourage children to participate regardless of ability
  2. Encourage participants to always play by the rules
  3. Never ridicule mistakes or losses
  4. Remember that participants learn best by example. Applaud good play by all teams
  5. Never publicly disagree with officials. If you disagree, raise the issue privately through appropriate channels
  6. Actively discourage racial abuse
  7. Recognise the value and importance of volunteer coaches
  8. Remember that participants play for fun and are not miniature professionals
  9. Condemn the use of violence in any form, be it by spectators, coaches, officials or players
  10. Encourage players to accept the umpire’s decisions
  11. Demonstrate exemplary behaviour by not using foul language, or harassing players, coaches or officials
  12. Smoking and the consumption of alcohol is unacceptable at junior sport