Falcons Residential Camp 2013 Announced

Wednesday 28 November 12

The Newcastle Falcons are proud to announce the date for the Falcons Residential coaching camp 2013.

This will be the 9th Year the Newcastle Falcons have run their residential coaching camp and the 5th Year at Barnard Castle. Barnard Castle school, steeped in history, offers a picturesque setting with superb facilities, dining and accommodation.

Once again the Falcons will team up with Leeds Carnegie as the 2 teams work to deliver a week of intense rugby training. The course is open to experienced rugby players with a good knowledge of the game and good basic fitness, with over 25 hours of rugby over the 5 days. Evening activities include 5-a-side, tennis, swimming, cricket, basketball and much more.

The cost of the course includes all accommodation, 3 meals plus supper each day and all evening activities.

This course is designed by Premiership Coaches for young players with serious rugby ambitions! You will learn all the latest techniques and skills from the very cutting edge of the game during over 25 hrs of top quality rugby coaching

This is a 5 day intensive programme aimed at developing good rugby players into elite performers. It is therefore expected that players arrive on the course possessing high levels of fitness and skills.

  • The camp is priced at £270 for early bird bookings and will go to normal price of £295 on 1st April 2013.

For further details or to book on this camp please call the Falcons 0191 214 2866 or log on to www.rugbycamps.co.uk/newcastle-falcons

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