Stander, Conway and Kilcoyne launch Bank of Ireland summer camp
Published 06/05/2016 | 02:30
The Bank of Ireland Munster Rugby Summer Camps 2016 were launched by Munster stars CJ Stander, Andrew Conway and David Kilcoyne at a pop-up training session this week at Thomond Park Stadium.
This year's camps will run in 22 different venues across the province throughout July and August for boys and girls from 6-12 years old.
Each camp takes place over one week (Monday through to Friday inclusive) from 9.30-1,30. The cost is €85 per child. Additional children from the same family can attend for the discounted rate of €75 per child.
Participants will receive an official summer camp pack comprising an Adidas T-Shirt, shorts, socks, draw-string bag, mouth guard and one junior ticket to a Munster pre-season match.
Children who take part in the camps will get the chance to make new friends, learn more about rugby values such as team work, respect and integrity, and also become more aware of the importance of physical fitness - all while developing the basic rugby skills of passing, tackling (in a controlled environment), evasion and kicking.
Most of all we guarantee lots of fun!
Participants will be divided by their age into groups. Central to the Munster Rugby Summer Camps philosophy is ensuring the introduction to rugby in a safe and controlled manner.
The Camps will be managed and run by fully accredited IRFU mini rugby coaches. All Summer Camp staff have undertaken the National Garda Vetting process required to comply with the IRFU policy regarding recruitment and vetting to work in age grade rugby.
For more information or to book your place please visit www.munsterrugby.ie/camps