Glenisk, official yogurt of Irish Rugby, is giving budding rugby stars from across Northern Ireland – boys and girls, aged 7-12 years old – the opportunity to learn from the ‘best’ with an exclusive Rugby Training Camp hosted by Ireland Captain, Rory Best.
The Rugby Training Camp, being held on Saturday, 11th August 2018 at The Pavilion, Stormont, will be delivered by Rory and a team of coaching experts, not only helping kids to perfect their rugby skills but also teaching the importance of nutrition for a healthy body and performance.
The Glenisk Rugby Training Camp is free to register and 100 lucky children will be selected at random to attend the half-day event. A second training camp will be hosted in Dublin on Saturday, 18th August which will also welcome 100 winners.
To register your interest in the Glenisk Rugby Training Camp, visit http://glenisk.com/rory-best-training-camps before Tuesday 10th July 2018.
Children will have the opportunity to make new friends, develop their rugby skills, learn about the best foods for their growing bodies and most importantly, to have fun.
They will learn like a pro with a series of handling drills, tackling techniques and tips on contesting the breakdown; understand the basic impact of nutrition on performance with expert advice from an official IRFU Performance Nutritionist; meet Ireland Captain, Rory Best and have their picture taken with the NatWest 6 Nations Trophy to mark Ireland’s monumental 2018 Grand Slam win.
Also on the day, Rory and the coaching team will discuss the importance of the IRFU’s core values of Respect, Integrity, Inclusivity, Fun and Excellence.
A healthy, nutritious breakfast and lunch will be provided on the day for each child courtesy of Glenisk. Attendees will also be the first to receive the new and exclusive Glenisk official IRFU collectable trading cards along with other special treats in their goodie bag on the day.
Ireland Captain, Rory Best commented, “I am excited to be teaming up with Glenisk to host their first Rugby Training Camp series this August. As a Dad, I understand first-hand how important it is to teach our kids to enjoy sport, to keep active and to embrace a healthy lifestyle. The Glenisk Rugby Training Camps will help young boys and girls to enhance their rugby skills and so much more – it’s about having fun, making new friends, learning about nutrition and understanding values.”
Closing date for entries for the Glenisk Rugby Training Days is Tuesday, 10th July.
Visit www.glenisk.com/rory-best-training-camps for further information. Terms and conditions apply.