12 Dec, 11:30
The Ireland Under-19 team to face Australia Schools at Ravenhill this Saturday afternoon (kick-off 2.30pm) has been announced.
The Ulster Bank / IRFU Summer Scummage is booking out fast with camps around the country filling up. With camps from Killarney to Carrikfergus and from Ballina to the Boyne there is bound to be a camp near you!
This fun programme for boys and girls between the ages of seven and thirteen years was a phenomenal nationwide success last summer with thousands of participants and promises to be an even bigger hit this year.
The camps are run by IRFU accredited rugby coaches and the emphasis is on fun and learning new skills, with the camp content designed by the IRFU.
...Ireland's most capped player - Malcolm O'Kelly...
Ireland second row Malcolm O'Kelly: "There will be over 50 camps throughout July and August for young boys and girls (between 7 and 13 years of age). We're trying to open the rugby doors as such to as many people as possible, keep people interested during the summer and keep the kids out of the parents' hair for a week or so."
Camps run from 9:30 - 1:30, Monday to Friday during July and August.
Camps are for boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years.
Each participant will receive an Official IRFU Canterbury Gear Pack:
Canterbury of New Zealand Back Pack, Tee Shirt, Shorts, Socks, Rugby Ball, Poster
& Certificate of Attendance.
7 - 13 yrs old = 99 / #65 each
1st Child 99 / # 65
2nd and subsequent child 90 each / #60
For Details on a camp near you and application forms click here