The Sydney Swans had a fantastic two days across NSW at schools, clubs and in the local communities as part of the 2019 AFL Community Camp.
The players visited the Central Coast, Port Macquarie, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour, Tamworth, Moree and Illawarra regions of New South Wales with plenty of junior talent on show at clinics and schools and plenty of people proudly wearing their red and white around the state.
See some images from the 2019 AFL Community Camp below:
Nick Smith chats to participants at the Independent Schoolgirls clinic at Heffron Park.
Josh Kennedy, Kieren Jack and Jarrad McVeigh were on hand to present some signed goods to the North Ryde Dockers.
Darcy Cameron and Sam Naismith get into the Tamworth spirit in the home of country music.
The boys signing autographs at the AFL South Coast Junior Season Launch clinic.
An Auskick session at Northlakes Oval on the Central Coast.
Launching the 2019 AFL South Coast Women's competition at North Wollongong beach.
Selfies for Ryley Stoddart and Jackson Thurlow in Moree.
More selfies in Newcastle with Harry Cunningham and Colin O'Riordan.
Some cute faces in their red and white at the Girls Come and Try session at Cronulla.
Luke Parker, Callum Sinclair, Jake Lloyd, Heath Grundy and Zak Jones meeting patient Callum at the Wollongong Children's Hospital.
Buddy lending a hand at the Independent Schoolgirls Clinic at Heffron Park.
Daniel Menzel and Nick Smith at the announcement of the National Inclusion Carnival at Henson Park.
Isaac Heeney was popular at the Independent Schoolgirls clinic.