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The Cornish Pirates have arranged three exciting Summer Camps for children aged under 8s to under 13s to take place in Cornwall during August.
First up, on Friday 16th August, is a camp at Callywith College, Bodmin, followed by one at Hayle Rugby Club on Wednesday 21st August, and then another at Penryn Rugby Club on Friday 23rd August – when the Cornish Pirates will join forces with Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service for a special ‘Pirates on Fire’ event that will provide a mix of fun interactive rugby skill associated games – plus a workshop to promote fire safety generally for the awareness of young people.
Overall these Cornish Pirates’ Summer Camps will offer a modern, innovative coaching experience that will develop the vital skills and techniques of rugby and so help build confidence, self-esteem, friendships and life skills.
The camps are designed for all abilities, so if you are new to the game or the next local talent like Cornish-born England stars Jack Nowell and Luke Cowan-Dickie – there is something for you.
The Core values of rugby (Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline and Sportsmanship) will be emphasised throughout.
Every individual player will be treated as such, various games and skill-based exercises will allow the players to develop their individual Character in a team scenario.
Please note – due to the timing of these Summer Camps, all training will be ‘non-contact’.
The Callywith College and Hayle camps cost just £25 per child and the one at Penryn £20.
To book please complete the application form available via the link below:
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