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London Irish Rugby Camp

Alcester RFC February half term

Last Updated: Jan 30, 2014 03:24pm
Alcester, Stratford-on-Avon
By Alcester RFC
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On February 2nd to promote the London Irish rugby camp on the 20th and 21st February, there will be a visit from the London Irish Mascot and player Halani Aulika, who was their top try scorer last season.

Through Alcester RFC’s connections with their former player Ollie Braley, now on the administration staff at Premiership Rugby side, London Irish, the London Irish Community Team will be coming to Alcester RFC on the 20/21st February. They will be running one of their signature rugby camps for ages 6 – 14. London Irish Rugby Camps provide a comprehensive coaching program that will develop the skills and techniques required for today’s modern game. The program has been developed by their professional community coaches, in conjunction with their Academy, to cover all positions for players of all abilities. They aim to provide the perfect mix of technical coaching, fun and excitement whilst promoting core values of inclusiveness, openness and creating a team ethos.
The camp will cover all core skills as well as game play. Each day a Player of the Day will be announced for each age group as well as a Player of the Camp.
For every player that attends the camp they will get a ticket to a London Irish fixture, a stadium tour, access to discounted merchandise and London Irish gift!
The camp is open to all children aged 6 to 14 and more information on how to book a place can be obtained from Alcester RFC’s pitchero website at www.pitchero.com/clubs/alcesterrfc

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At our camps we look to help teach and improve all core skills of the game in a fun environment. The core values on which all London Irish Premiership Coaching Camps are based are inclusiveness, openness, and a team ethos; all of which we actively encourage participants to respect and develop for themselves.

 

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