Coaching Course For CLASP Students
4th December 2012 By jess
Munster Rugby recently held the third successive Leprechaun Rugby Coaching Course for students of the Southside Community Leadership Arts and Sports Programme (CLASP).
The students of CLASP have spent the last ten weeks developing their knowledge of the game with the primary focus on the basic skills and principles of rugby.
As the majority of the training has been peer to peer coaching, it is envisaged students will play an active role within their communities through valuable work experience on the ground.
The students will assist Andy Brace, Limerick Regeneration Community Rugby Officer with the delivery of rugby sessions to young boys and girls within the area. It is also envisaged the CLASP students will apply their knowledge within any future working environment.
Munster Rugby would like to take this opportunity to thank Pat Galvin and Aisling Mulhall for their assistance in coordinating the course.
Andy Brace, Community Rugby Officer, coaches CLASP students