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Bryce Shilton  February 13, 2018 7:00 PM

Tim Membrey and Ray Connellan visit Moorabbin Primary School.

Tim Membrey and Ray Connellan visit Moorabbin Primary School.

It was back to school for the Saints' this week, with the playing group visiting over 45 schools across the Bayside, Kingston, Frankston and Mornington region.

These included Yarrabah Special School, Harrisfield Primary, Mr Hira College, Silverton Primary, Spring Parks Primary, Springvale Rise Primary, St Joseph's Primary, Yarraman Oaks Primary, Chandler Park Primary, Heatherhill Primary, Cheltenham East Primary, Cheltenham Primary, Kingston Health Primary, Mentone Park, Beaumaris North Primary, Mordialloc Beach Primary, Parkdale Primary, Parktone Primary, Mentone Girls Grammar School, Moorabbin Primary, Cheltenham Secondary College, Bentleigh Secondary College, Nepean Special School, Frankston SDS, Naranga School, Mornington SDS, Kunyung Primary, Mt Eliza North Primary, St Thomas Moore Primary, Mount Martha Primary, Benton Junior College, Mornington Park Primary, Mornington Primary, Osborne Primary School, St MacCartans Primary School, Frankston Primary, Frankston Heights Primary, St John's Primary, Frankston East Primary, St Augustines Primary, Kananook Primary, Seaford Park Primary, Mahogany Rise Primary, Baxter Primary and Elizabeth Murdoch College.

Tuesday's visits marked the second and final day of the club's AFL Community Camps, which kicked off with a training session at Peninsula Grammar on Monday morning.

The camps were a golden opportunity for the club to give back to the community, while also allowing a future generation of Sainters to meet and greet their heroes. 

Here are a few highlights from the day, as showcased through our social media.



While the Saints' hit the schools, they also found time to visit some hardworking community organisations.

Click here to get your halo on in 2018.