Besart Berisha, scorer of the opening goal in the Hyundai A-League 2015 Grand Final, has taken Melbourne Victory's newest silverware for show and tell at Balwyn North Primary School in Melbourne's east.
Berisha accompanied the Premiers' Plate and the Championship Trophy to Balwyn North Primary School, where nearly 400 kids asked questions of the star striker and had their photo taken with the club's third Championship Trophy.
Balwyn North Primary School is one of a number of schools that Melbourne Victory is visiting to conduct Victory for Schools clinics, which are part of the Australian Sports Commission's Sporting Schools program.
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