Dig out the boots and tighten your studs as Gloucester Rugby's Junior Camps return this August.
Located at Hartpury College's Elite Performance Centre, the home of Gloucester Rugby's training ground the camps will offer you exceptional insight into the game at its heart.
Transform your skill level with former Gloucester Rugby and Samoan international player Terry Fanolua who will be joining us on the camp.
Terry, along with our experienced Community Rugby Coaches will provide a fun and friendly environment to allow you to further improve your game with bespoke feedback and specially tailored individual advice about how you play.
Not only will the coaching be top level, but we think you will enjoy it so much that we want to give you the opportunity to come for FREE! If a you simply get 5 friends to sign up for the camp, then we would not ask you to pay a thing.
We understand that sometimes it can be hard to get big groups together so even if you only manage to bring one or two friends along, you will still get 20% off your price for every friend you bring. This means that if you bring 3 friends, you only have to pay £24 for your place.
The camps core skills session will focus on:
- Handling - the basic principles
- Decision Making - the fundamentals of game understanding, evasion and attacking play
- Contact - Tackle technique, rucking, mauling and defensive systems
- Running - The principles of speed and agility
- Analysis - Used to improve game understanding
- Team Building - A huge part of the game, so we concentrate on how you work together
It does not matter what level of ability you play at and everyone, both boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 13 is very welcome.
The price is £60 for the 2 day camp which runs Monday 18 - Tuesday 19 August 2014. Book now so you can transform your rugby and find yourself at the very heart of the game.
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