David Holowko works at his local supermarket, helping to keep stock on the shelves and customers happy. It’s a job he has had for a couple of years now, and he loves it. He particularly likes the interaction with the customers and helping them to find what they need. The job also gives him independence and an income – something that sets him apart from so many people with Down syndrome.

On this cold Melbourne Saturday, though, David was on his way with his family to attend the Collingwood-Port Adelaide at the MCG. He wasn’t there to watch the game as a fan, however, but to participate in the Fiona McBurney Match Day Experience run by the AFL Umpires.

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