Ticket offer with School of Excellence
The Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence will be returning to The King's Hospital for four weeks this summer - and with a special Munster ticket offer, there has never been a better time to book.
Anyone who purchases at the Early Bird price of €375 for a residential camp and €275 for a non-residential camp before March 25 will receive a free junior ticket to the Leinster v Munster match in the Aviva on April 2.
Leinster School of Excellence manager Tom McKeown said: "Leinster Rugby is hugely excited to offer yet another improved School of Excellence experience.
"The School of Excellence is the unique opportunity of youth players (12-17) to live like a pro player both on and off the pitch.
"We are offering four weeks for the boys and due to increased demand there will be two weeks available for girls. Camps will run separately as they did last year but the content within will be identical.
Camps take place from:
• July 18-22 (boys only)
• July 25-29 (boys only)
• August 1-5 (boys and girls)
• August 8-12 (boys and girls)
Why attend the camp?
• Top class coaching from professional coaches
• Sports psychology seminars for the young player
• Nutritional talks for the young player
• Daily swimming pool recovery sessions
• Daily video analysis feedback
• Weekly visits from current Leinster Academy players
• Weekly guest speakers
• Flexibility gym sessions
• Team building activities
• Make new friends with club and school players across the province
• All meals provided - breakfast/lunch/dinner & supper
• New menu approved by Leinster Rugby team nutritionist
• Train and live like a professional player
Book online today at: http://bit.ly/SOE_epp or for more information visit: www.leinsterrugby.ie/soe
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