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Places Available On Connacht Summer/Excellence Camps

Places Available On Connacht Summer/Excellence Camps

The Connacht Rugby Summer Camps continue in August with Sligo RFC and NUIG Dangan hosting camps from August 19 to 23 (9.30am-2pm). The camps are for children aged between 6 and 12 years. .

There are still places available in both locations and for just €;65, your child will be coached by qualified staff, learn new rugby skills while socialising in a safe and fun environment.

A highlight of the Connacht Rugby Summer Camps will be the opportunity for young participants to meet their rugby heroes, as members of the Connacht squad are due to appear at the camps during the course of the week.

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All those who register for the camps will receive an official Connacht Rugby Summer Camp T-shirt and rugby ball.

To download an application form, please click here. For further information or to register your child’s place at the Camps, you can call 091 561 568.

Meanwhile, the Rugby Excellence Training Camps, in association with Galway Bay Hotel, are professionally coached camps for 13 to 15-year-olds and aim to bring emerging rugby players to the next level with training and coaching in fields such as tactical awareness, nutrition and conditioning.

There will be four Excellence Camps across the province throughout the month of August. Please click here to download an application form for the Excellence Training Camp.

Monday, August 12-Friday, August 16

Sligo RFC
Buccanneers RFC

Monday, August 19-Friday, August 23

Tuam RFC

Meanwhile, Connacht Rugby have announced the first of their Open Training Sessions for this season.

As part of pre-season preparations, the westerners’ head coach Pat Lam will take the full Connacht squad to Tuam RFC next Thursday (August 15).

The morning session will start at approximately 10am and will be free entry for all. The day will kick off with a warm-up and full training session for the Connacht senior squad.

Once the hard work is done, the entire squad will take part in fun rugby drills and games with the kids attending the session. Kids are advised to come in their rugby gear and be ready to play with the Connacht players.

The Tuam visit forms part of this year’s Outreach & Engagement Programme that will see at least one open training session held in a different location every month, giving players the opportunity to train and meet supporters throughout the province.