As the summer holidays kick off, the first of the 30 Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Summer Camps got underway this week in Wexford Wanderers RFC, North Kildare RFC, Wanderers FC, Seapoint RC and Carlingford Knights RFC.

St Mary’s College RFC hosted the first of the inclusion camps this week, with limited places remaining on our inclusion camps in County Carlow FC, Clontarf FC and North Kildare.

With 25 more summer camps to take place across Leinster over the next six weeks, more than 3,000 girls and boys aged six to 12 years old will be taking to the pitch and learning to play the Leinster way.

Few places still remain on our summer camps in Longford RFC, MU Barnhall RFC, Balbriggan RFC, Collmine RFC and Tallaght RFC.

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All of the camps are run by fully accredited IRFU coaches, while each summer camp runs from Monday to Friday, from 9.30am to 1pm. The inclusion camps are run Tuesday to Thursday, see more information on our Bank of Ireland Inclusion camps.

Ray McCabe, Leinster Rugby Summer Camp Co-ordinator, added: “We’re thrilled to have Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby summer and inclusion camps underway across the 12 counties. It’s fantastic to see all the kids out playing in their local clubs and having a great fun-filled week on the pitch.”

Click here for more information on our 2022 Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Summer Camps.