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Ulster Bank IRFU Summer Camps 2005

3rd June 2005 By Munster Rugby

Ulster Bank IRFU Summer Camps 2005

ULSTER BANK IRFU SUMMER CAMPS 2005

Want to make new friends and have fun this summer? Join the fun and improve your rugby skills at the Ulster Bank IRFU Rugby Summer Camps. Suitable for Boys and Girls aged 7-14 years.

Following the resounding success of last year s camps the Ulster Bank IRFU Summer Camps are back for the summer season, giving children the opportunity to improve their rugby skills with expert coaching, make new friends, and most importantly- have fun!

The camps will be held across the country over the months of July and August 2005. In total there will be 49 camps, 15 of which will take place in venues across Munster (Cork, Limerick, Kerry, Tipperary, Waterford).

The aim of the Ulster Bank IRFU camps is to bring more young people into contact with rugby in a fun and friendly atmosphere. With the emphasis on fun and learning rather than competition, the camps will be professionally managed by IRFU Development Officers to ensure that every child that takes part gets the chance to develop their own rugby skills. Scrums and set pieces, tackles and throw-ins, drop kicks and dead ball lines, all this and more awaits those lucky kids who sign up to be a potential international player of the future!

For more information/application form, contact the Development Office on: 021 4323693 or e-mail developmentoffice@munsterrugby.ie

The application form is also available online. Simply click on the link on the “Development” link on the Munster Rugby homepage

RUGBY SUMMERCAMPS 2005

4th July 2005: CORK: Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, Cork LIMERICK: Thomond Park, Limerick

11th July 2005: CORK: Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, Cork LIMERICK: Thomond Park, Limerick

18th July 2005: KERRY: Killarney Community College, Kerry CORK: Bandon RFC, Bandon, Co. Cork

25th July 2005: WATERFORD: Waterpark RFC, Waterford TIPPERARY: Kilfeacle RFC, Tipperary

1st August 2005: TIPPERARY: Clonmel RFC KERRY: Tralee RFC

8th August 2005: CORK: Midleton RFC CORK: Town Park, Charleville

15th August 2005: CORK: Clonakilty RFC LIMERICK: Newcastlewest RFC

22nd August 2005: CORK: Old Christians RFC, Rathcooney

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