Pupils in schools all over Enniscorthy, Co Wexford were ecstatic to become the first schools in the province to see the Amlin Challenge Cup and PRO12 titles…

Following the success of the Leinster senior team in the past two weeks, with hard earned victories over Stade Francais and Ulster Rugby, St. Senans primary school were the first to hold the cups after the boys in blue.

The other lucky schools to get their hands on the trophies were:

• Marshalstown National School
• Ballyroebuck National School
• St Mary’s National School
• Davidstown
• Bree National School
• Ballyhogue National School
• Gaelscoil inis Co’rthaidh
• Castledockrell
• St Aidens

The boys and girls were delighted to see these prestigious trophies and were full of questions about the team, trophies and the competitions. The tour was in tandem with promoting Leinster’s summer camps which are running all over the province for boys and girls aged 6-12 with emphasis on that fact that children do not have to have any previous rugby experience.

The camps are a great way to enhance your skills, make new friends, stay healthy, and most importantly have fun.

In all the tour was a great success in enhancing the youngsters’ knowledge of Leinster Rugby and encouraging them to be active this summer.

If you are interested in booking a place in one of the 19 venues, see www.leinsterrugby.ie/camps