Aspiring young players from across the globe, as far afield as the USA, are making the journey to Chivenor Marine Base to join Gloucester Rugby's intensive week-long residential camp combining bespoke rugby tuition with challenges and activities designed by the Royal Marines.
This unique camp experience is also attracting dedicated 14-16 year old players from all over the UK, with players from 12 different counties from Staffordshire to Cornwall, Pembrokeshire to Norfolk and one player from the Channel Islands all having signed up.
It is a week designed to completely transform young players' games and it will completely revolutionise attendees' approach to teamwork and working with others.
There are still limited places on this very challenging camp designed to test young players' mental and physical strength to the limits but, with the right amount of enthusiasm, they will find that this is a tough but exceptionally rewarding week that will forever change the way they play.
Bookings will close on Friday 25th July so act now and click HERE for more information or click HERE to book your place.
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