Coaches of the Sharks Community Trust kicked off the Summer Camp season this week with a 3 day Premiership Rugby Academy skills camp at the Sharks' Carrington training ground with over 100 kids in attendance.
The camp focused on the players being able to pick up single skills and being able to translate them into live match situations. All the players left the camp after learning something new, hearing about the life of a professional rugby player after a Q&A with Hendre Fourie, a free ticket to a Sale Sharks match and a Sale Sharks water bottle. The camp was rounded up on Thursday with a visit from Sharky and a huge group photo with all the participants.
From Mark Smith @spiketheatre; A big thank you to @SharksCommunity Gabe had a fantastic 3 days at camp. I would recommend it to any parents with rugby playing kids. #class
If you would like to give your child the Sale Sharks Premiership Rugby Academy experience, we are at the following venues over the summer; Stafford RUFC: 09:00-15:30: 5th-7th August: Ages 6-15 Myerscough College Residential: 09:00-15:30: 11th-15th August: Ages 13-17 Wilmslow RUFC: 09:00-15:30: 19th-21st August: Ages 6-15 Carrington Skills Day: 09:00-15:30: 27th August: Ages 13 & over Keep up to date with everything Community
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