Participants took part in over 25 hours worth of rugby combined with command tasks and team building sessions designed specifically by the Rifles.
Gloucester Rugby's Olly Morgan who will be heading up the club's Premiership Rugby Academy Camps this August said after his appearance:
"The Camp has been great, I really enjoyed coaching the boys. I think these courses are an ideal way for young players to learn about rugby but also to learn about themselves, to test themselves to the limit."
Andy Brown, Gloucester Rugby Community Coach added:
"The course has been a fantastic success with players taking part in core skill development sessions every day, the sessions have been intense and hopefully the players have learnt something new about the game."
"We emphasise the need to understand the game in our sessions and aim to enthuse the guys taking part. It has been a pleasure to coach them this week and I would like to thank the Rifles Support Team for their help this week in allowing us to not only use their facility but also for the tasks that they have given the participants."
The summer rugby courses have run for the last four years and have even proved to be a useful recruitment tool for Gloucester Rugby having unearthed winger Charlie Sharples who has gone on to represent England U20s and earn a senior club contract.
The Olly Morgan Rugby Camps are at Cheltenham College on August 3rd and 4th and at Kingsholm on August 6th and 7th.
And, if you can't make those, Gloucester Rugby have scheduled another Camp at St Thomas Rich's Sports Centre on August 20th and 21st.
For more information about Gloucester Rugby's rugby camps please contact the Community Department on 01452 872286 or email email@example.com.
A picture gallery from Tuesday's activities can be viewed by clicking HERE