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Wests Tigers hosted one hundred children at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Monday for a school holiday clinic.

The day was a fun chance for the kids to practice their rugby league skills, have a look at the inner sanctum of Campbelltown Stadium and meet some of their NRL heroes.

Wests Tigers centre Joel Reddy was king of the kids, running drills and demonstrating the pre-match preparation.

"The kids are enjoying themselves, I think they're having a great time," said Reddy.

"I think it's pretty special for the kids to get in amongst the sheds and see what we do before games.

"They all want to know where Benji Marshall and Robbie Farah sit so it's good to be able to show them that.

"I think you take it for granted a little bit, but when you come out here today and see how much it inspires the kids and how much they enjoy it, it's definitely great to see."


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