April 4, 2017
Everything4Rugby Boston Rugby Camp
We’re super excited to announce our first camp in Boston, USA! We’re lucky to be hosting the camp at the Mystic River Rugby Club. Founded in 1974, Mystic River is a well-established and historic Rugby Club in Boston and has a huge amount of success in recent years. They’re the current U.S. Men’s Division 1 National Champions for the 2015-16 season. Rugby in the USA is a growing national sport and rugby union is played at youth, high school, club and international levels.
We’re delighted to be running the camp in partnership with Positively Rugby, a values-based global collaboration business promoting the values, culture, and leadership attributes of rugby, connecting rugby people with opportunities around the world.
In addition, 4th June is an official Olympic Day event, which is celebrated across the world. More information on Olympic Day can be found here http://www.teamusa.org/About-the-USOC/In-the-Community/Olympic-Day.aspx
At E4R, we understand the importance of nurturing kids from a young age, giving them the skills required to become the rising stars of the future. The training sessions will be led by ex-professionals including England international and E4R Director Tom May and will be joined by some special guest coaches! Training will consist of sessions focusing on skills development, game understanding as well as introducing the players to what it takes to get the most from rugby. They will learn what it takes to be a pro, including learning about nutrition and training sessions.
While the focus of the sessions will predominantly be to develop the players all round skill set, we all know that enjoyment is key to learning and improving and so the camp is also about having fun!
We look forward to seeing your sons or daughters at our first Boston rugby camp.
PLAY LIKE A PRO LIVE LIKE A PRO!
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who are the coaches?
2. Will there be medical care on site?
3. Are the coaches’ insured and PVG/CRB Checked?
4. Do I need to bring lunch with me?
5. Will I be able to contact the camp if I need to speak to my child?
6. What do I do if my child takes regular medication or has dietary requirements?
7. Will I hear from you again after I have booked a slot for my child?
Categories: USA Youth Rugby