Take a look at the best photos from Collingwood's AFLW + Netball dual-sports clinic at the Holden Centre.
History was made at the Holden Centre on Wednesday afternoon as Collingwood held its first ever dual-sports clinic.
Magpies Netball's April Brandley, Madi Robinson and Kim Ravaillion teamed up with Collingwood AFLW's Steph Chiocci, Penny Cula-Reid and Meg Hutchins to run the #sidebyside clinic.
Take a look at some of the best photos from the jam-packed day at the Holden Centre.
April Brandley sets up a netball drill with her group on the sprung floor of the Holden Centre.
Collingwood defender Meg Hutchins demonstrates the perfect squat technique in her strength + conditioning circuit.
Penny Cula-Reid takes her group through some footwork + football skills on the Holden Centre Oval.
Collingwood AFLW captain Steph Chiocci took the clinic-goers through some media training.
Magpies Netball captain Madi Robinson looks on as her group practiced their passing drills.
Thank you to IsoWhey for the amazing products which Kim Ravaillion used in her nutrition + cooking station.
Listen up! Penny gathers her group for a chat before starting the next football drill.
April + Steph look on as Meg answers a question in the clinic's Q+A session.
Steele Sidebottom makes an appearance.
Kim may not have been a fan of Melbourne's weather, but she did love the #sidebyside clinic.
There's always time for a group photo! Thank you to all who attended our #sidebyside clinic at the Holden Centre.