ALL funds for a Danny Buderus Super Clinic for junior rugby league players at the Jack Neal Oval on Thursday July 10 will go to the Curtis Landers Foundation.
Curtis, the 15-year-old Forster-Tuncurry junior is recovering from a broken neck sustained in a match last month. He is currently in Westmead Childrens' Hospital.
The clinic is run by Buderus and the Newcastle Knights coaching staff.
Mini and mod players (under sixes to nine) will run from 10am to noon with the older age divisions from 1pm to 3pm.
Junior clinics will incorporate skills and games while the senior clinic will take a pure rugby league core skill and individual positional focus incorporating small group coaching with Buderus and the implementation of skill games.
Buderus is thrilled to expand the reach of his clinics in 2014 by including Taree.
"I've tried to hit some real grassroots areas that mean a lot to me," he said.
"The pathway to be a Knight from those areas is what I'm focusing on.
"I want to get people enthusiastic about being a skillful player."
Coaching seminars will also be held with Buderus late in the afternoon with the opportunity for local junior and senior club coaches to listen to the ex-Australian representative provide an insight into coaching different skills of the game.
Cost is $50 and this includes a Danny Buderus training shirt, bag, drink bottle, poster and much more.
Group Three development officer Kylie Hilder said numbers are strictly limited, and pre-booking is essential.
Participants are asked to arrive at the clinic for registrations an hour before the clinic starting.
The clinic is open to any junior interested in attending and aren't limited to Group Three junior clubs.