Munster Rugby, in conjunction with the Munster Rugby Supporters Club, will shortly be running two Easter Camps for 7-12 year olds - one for boys and one for girls.
The camps are both being held in Irish Independent Park, Cork from Tuesday, April 7 to Thursday, April 9.
The camps take place over the three days (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) between 9:30am and 1:30pm.
The camp fee is €30 per child.
Check out the Domestic section of the Munster Rugby website for details on how to book a place at a camp. Please note that there are limited places and they will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
Three of the four semi-finals in the Munster Youth competitions are down for decision this weekend.
Dolphin and Newcastle West-Estuary get things underway in Cork tomorrow in the semi-final of the U-18 League competition.
The Cork side had to battle hard last week for their 20-16 quarter-final victory against Dungarvan. Cameron O'Shaughnessy and Timmy Sheehan were Dolphin's try-scorers and O'Shaughnessy kicked two conversions and two penalties.
Newcastle West-Estuary saw off Cashel with a 27-12 victory. They scored four tries with Sean Murphy getting two and Mark Broderick and Tom Daly also crossing Sean Ivess kickedseen points.
The other semi-final sees Bruff taking on Waterpark at Kilballyowen Park. These sides met in the group stages, with Waterpark winning 14-10.
Bruff were in devastating form last week when they brushed aside Highfield 32-14. Kevin McManus contributed a try, penalty and two conversions; Matthew O'Dea (2), Dylan Reeves Wasik and Jack O'Grady were the other try scorers.
Waterpark defeated Kinsale 32-13 in their quarter-final at Ballinakill. Dave Murphy, James Kiersey, Tom Swift and Jack Walsh scored tries and Alex Molloy kicked two penalties and two conversions. Cian Hogan added a conversion.
The first semi-final of the Pan-Munster U-16 League will be played at Tom Clifford Park on Sunday when Young Munster host Bruff.
Young Munster defeated Muskerry last week 27-10, while Bruff were 17-8 home winners over Clonakilty. Jason Fitzgibbon, Mikey O'Grady and Jack O'Malley were the try-scorers for Bruff and John Bateman kicked a conversion.
The last remaining quarter-final is on Sunday when Waterpark will have home advantage against either Garryowen or Killarney
Munster Youths U-18 League semi-finals: Bruff v Waterpark, Kilballyowen Park, 5.30; Dolphin v Newcastle West-Estuary, Mahon, 12.00;
Munster Youths U-16 League quarter-final: Waterpark v Garryowen or Killarney, Ballinakill, 1.45;
Munster Youths U-16 League semi-final: Young Munster v Bruff, Tom Clifford Park, 5.30.