The Easter Holidays are approaching and the Sale Sharks Community Trust are hosting a number of camps for youngsters aged for U7s to U16s. Plus we are also holding our launch event for Rugby4All Programme.
"Thanks to you and your team - great day - good fun kids loved it" was just one of a number of messages received after the U12s Festival of Rugby, held at the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday 21st February, just before our Aviva Premiership match against Saracens.
12 teams all lined up to attend the U9s festival at the AJ Bell Stadium on 10th January prior to the Northampton Saints match - only for the festival having to be cancelled due to the weather. Half of the teams decided to still attend a specialist skills clinic for U9s, with their coaches and take part in the 'festival' parade at half time. Others just attended the match and took up the offer of a coaching clinic at their own site.
Sharks Community Trust are looking for two enthusiastic and inspiring team players who have proven ability to plan and deliver high quality rugby/sporting and classroom based activities. You will combine your passion for sport with strong organisational, communication and administrative skills. As well as being a coach/mentor, you will also require the ability to engage positively and build relationships with challenging young people.
Sale Sharks entertain Gloucester at the AJ Bell Stadium on Sunday afternoon (kick off 2pm) knowing that a win will keep up the pressure on the leading pack and help earn a place in the elite European Competition next term.
Sale Sharks have re-scheduled the fans evening, and the new date is Tuesday 5th May at the AJ Bell Stadium, starting at 5-30pm for dressing room tours, club shop and ticket office with the players in attendance from 7pm.
After a week off, the lads are now back in training heading into the final run-in of the Aviva Premiership starting with Gloucester at The AJ Bell Stadium next Sunday afternoon, (29th March) kick off at 2pm.