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CONNACHT RUGBY: REGISTRATION OPEN FOR SUMMER CAMPS

Registration is open for the 2018 Connacht Rugby Summer Camps which take place across the province during the months of July and August. 

In total there are 18 weekly Summer Camps which are open to all children between the ages of 6-12. No rugby experience is necessary.  Children at all levels are welcome and the camps are run by fully accredited IRFU coaches.

New this year is the brand new Camp Pack which for the first time includes a 1/4 zip top. One free ticket to a Connacht Rugby game next season is also included as well as a number of other extras.

The always popular pro player visits are also back, with a number of players visiting every camp throughout the summer.  To book a place for your son or daughter, click on the link below to get further details on Connacht Rugby’s official website. 

https://community.connachtrugby.ie/summer-camps-2018/

The Connacht Rugby Excellence Camps are also back.  These camps are designed for 13 to 16 year olds who want to further their rugby skills with fully accredited IRFU coaches and full-time Connacht Rugby staff.

Also included in the week long camp is nutrition advice, strength & conditioning guidelines, and a free Connacht jersey.

They take play at NUIG RFC from 11th to 15th June, Ballina RFC from 18th to 22nd June, while a third camp at Tuam RFC from 25th to 29th June has also been confirmed.

Further Details can be found on the below link. 

https://community.connachtrugby.ie/excellence-camps-2018/

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