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Rabbitohs player Hymel Hunt was joined by former Rabbitoh Roy Asotasi to help pass on their football knowledge to an eager crowd of over 240 Rabbitohs supporting juniors.

The free, three-hour Clinic kicked off at 1pm and there was an upbeat atmosphere as a large crowd of Rabbitohs supporting juniors converged on Jones Park to gain insights from our Rabbitohs.

"It's good to see all the kids smiling and having lots of fun - there were about six groups of forty kids so it was a big group today," explained Hymel Hunt.

"It was so good playing around with the kids and seeing them kick the footy around,

"It's good to be back in Queensland."

The impressiveness of our Northern Queensland support was not lost on Hunt as he was taken back by the amount of Red & Green on display at the Clinic.

"There's a lot of Red & Green - I was surprised, I didn't know we had that many fans in Cairns," continued Hunt.

The Clinic was a great opportunity to spread NRL in far North Queensland and left a great impression on the participants as we found out from Clinic participant Taylor who described the day as; "The best time ever here."


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