Sunday 11 December 2016

Summer camps for 2016 set to be bigger and better than ever before

Published 04/03/2016 | 02:30

Sean O’Brien and Jamie Heaslip with youngsters on a Leinster Rugby summer camp Photo: Sportsfile
Sean O’Brien and Jamie Heaslip with youngsters on a Leinster Rugby summer camp Photo: Sportsfile

Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby camps are back!

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This summer the Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Camps are set to be bigger and better than ever before with venues across all 12 counties in the province.

2016 will see 27 venues throughout Leinster and there has never been a better time to attend a camp where players will be able to learn new skills and develop their existing talents on the pitch.

There will be opportunities to meet new friends in a safe environment that is filled with the wealth of experience that Leinster Rugby has to offer.

The Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Camps provide boys and girls - aged 6-12 - with an action-packed, fun-filled week of rugby during the summer holidays which revolves around maximising enjoyment and learning to play the Leinster way.

A typical week on the camp will see the content broken down into the various elements of the game with the coaches guiding the players and providing an understanding of skills such as passing, evasion, decision-making, tackling and general movement.

Along with top-quality coaching from IRFU-accredited coaches, every child attending the camps will receive a Canterbury Leinster Rugby training T-shirt, rugby ball, draw-string bag, one junior ticket to a selected Leinster game and the opportunity to meet Leinster players.

For more information visit www.leinsterrugby.ie/camps

Irish Independent

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