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Lions hit the road for Community Camp

The 2019 AFL Community Camp saw the Brisbane Lions' Men's team travell over 600 kilometres across Queensland over two days.

The entire playing group spread across thirteen different regions from as far west as Chinchilla, to as north as Bundaberg.

Here's a few of our favourite snaps the players shared across social media:

Harris Andrews and Zac Bailey travelled north to Toowoomba for a few days!

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Good couple days out in Toowoomba with the big man #communitycamp

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Thomas Berry and Ryan Bastinac headed to Dalby and made a few new mates along the way.

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Thumbs up 👍🏻😀

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Found a rehab partner for you in Dalby @dizzgardiner #aflcommunitycamps #dalby

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Josh Walker paid a visit to North Burnett.

Alex Witherden and Connor McFadyen spent some time in Warwick.

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Little legends dominating Warwick #doubletrouble ⚡️

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While Brandon Starcevich, Dayne Zorko and Connor Ballenden were in Gympie.

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Good couple of days in Gympie on #aflcommunitycamp kids at Amamoor State School had a blast!!! @aflq @brisbanelions

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Stef Martin and Jack Payne took some time out in Ipswich to teach kids our game.

 

Mitch Hinge and Dan McStay got along some schools in Toowoomba.

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Great to see the kids of Toowoomba over the past couple of days, always good fun #pleasure #aflcommunitycamp

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Sam Skinner, Eric Hipwood and Oscar McInerney became best buds with Cody in Hervey Bay!

 

While Lewy Taylor and Cam Rayner became kings of the kids in Gympie.

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Good part of the job helping kids and putting smiles on there faces. #communitycamp.

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That's a wrap from our 2019 AFL Community Camp! Thank you to all the schools, organisations and footy clubs around Queensland who welcomed us into their communities!

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