The Yorkshire Carnegie Community team have had a successful summer with two rugby Camps held at Wetherby and Old Brodleians rugby clubs.

The camps offered the chance for attendees to further develop their skills under the guidance of the Community Coaches and Academy players as well as taking part in various team games.

The activities also promoted our core values with prizes being awarded to those children who best displayed discipline, respect, team work and enjoyment

Sam Kerry, Community coach said: “The two camps have been fantastic and the children were a pleasure to coach. We have introduced some new features to our camps this time and I am delighted that they were a success”

“The rugby camps are a key part of our delivery program and we are delighted with the positive feedback received from parents and children.”

The aim of the camps is to develop and improve the skills of the young rugby players with an emphasis on enjoyment in a safe and controlled environment.

Lisa McCann, Community Manager, “We are fortunate to have some very supportive Affiliated Clubs across Yorkshire, Old Brodleians and Wetherby are prime examples of this. I would like to thank both clubs for their hard work in promoting the camps and for being fantastic hosts.”