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Rugby camps return this half term

By Ospreys Rugby | 30/09/2019

Looking for something for the kids and teenagers to do this half term? Well why not check out our rugby camps for boys and girls aged 6 – 17 years old.

Our ever-popular three-day camp returns from 28th-30th October 2019, at Llandarcy Academy of Sport from 8.30am-3.30pm. Attendees aged between 6 and 12 years old not only get three days of rugby fun and learning but also have a chance to meet Ospreys players and take home a goodie bag with brand new stash for this season!

The price for this camp is one day for just £30 and three days for only £70! It’s a fantastic way to keep the kids entertained while you work whether they are rugby mad or just fancy trying out the sport.

Here at Ospreys in the Community, we’re really getting into the Rugby World Cup spirit, and it’s inspired us to create our own mini World Cup ready for camp! So, get ready to join a country, as we’ll be bringing the buzz and excitement of Japan to Llandarcy!  

As well as celebrating the World Cup, our last day of camp falls the day before Halloween! So, to celebrate, we’ll be inviting all attendees to dress up in their best spooky kit!

Our Senior Camp will also be returning for all those aspiring rugby players on Friday 1st November, also at Llandarcy Academy of Sport. Priced at just £30, the camp offers 13-17 year olds of both sexes looking to take the next step in their rugby career a fantastic opportunity. Not only will there be position specific on field skills work, they will be taken through Strength and Conditioning training and experience a performance analysis workshop, just like the senior Ospreys players.

So don’t miss out on a fun filled half term for the kids, book today by clicking HERE.

If you require any further information on the camps, please call the team on 01792 616500 or email tom.sloane@ospreysrugby.com.

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