Over 70 children attended the three days in which the weather just about held out for! The kids, separated into age groups; focused on their core skills which were then applied into match scenarios.
The highlight was a visit from first team players Dwayne Peel and Villiami Fihaki who competed in a 'drop goal competition'. After, Dwayne and Villi stuck around to sign posters and answer all sorts of questions from the kids, who dream of being the Sharks of the future.
The camp was wrapped up with a visit from Sharky on the Thursday where he stayed for games and photographs. Everyone had a great time and left with an area of their game improving.
The Sharks Community Trust would like to thank everyone involved at the Grange for the use of a great facility.
If you would like to join in the fun, there are various camps you can sign up for at rugbycamps.com by searching 'Sale Sharks'
- Kendal RUFC: End of May
- Stafford RUFC 5th - 7th August
- Residential Camp: 11th - 15th August