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Feb 19, 2010   |  8:47PM AET

Victory, Intralot team up to deliver special afternoon

Victory, Intralot team up to deliver special afternoon

Melbourne Victory and Principal Partner Intralot teamed up with Lord Mayor Robert Doyle to deliver a special afternoon for a group of young African Australians last week.

Melbourne Victory and Principal Partner Intralot teamed up with Lord Mayor Robert Doyle to deliver a special afternoon for a group of young African Australians last week.

50 children from the Drum, an African Family Centre in Carlton, Carlton Primary School and Drummond Street Services took part in a football clinic at Darebin International Sports Centre.

Melbourne Victory players Kevin Muscat, Nick Ward, Grant Brebner, Tom Pondeljak and Leigh Broxham were on hand to offer their expertise to the football mad youngsters.

After the hour-long clinic, the kids enjoyed a BBQ, plus the opportunity to ask the players questions and get photos with their heroes. Lord Mayor Robert Doyle watched from the sideline with General Director of Intralot Leo Watling and was thrilled with the outcome.

The Drum is a subsidiary of the Drummond Street Services, which provides counselling and a number of programs that provide relationship services to those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.