24 HOURS to avail of Early Bird Offer
March 24, 2016 12:00 am client
There is only 24 hours left to book the infamous Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence at the Early Bird price of ?275 non-residential and ?375 for the residential rugby programme.
As the rugby season enters its defining stages across all levels, it’s time to think about next season.
Are you aged between 12 and 17? Do you love rugby? If so, the 2016 Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence is the place for you. The unique opportunity to live like a professional rugby player awaits.
The 2016 programme promises to be the best one yet with every aspect improved upon – be it on or off pitch. At the Leinster School of Excellence, you will improve your rugby skills through the knowledge of the most experienced coaches around. With 3 rugby sessions daily, sports psychology for the young player, nutritional presentation, guest speakers, team building, swimming pool recovery, academy player visits and in depth video analysis – this is the ultimate rugby experience.
Leinster School of Excellence Manager Tom McKeown is eagerly anticipating SOE 2016 “In Leinster Rugby, we pride ourselves on being innovative and constantly look for new ways to improve. This has been the driver of all successes the province has enjoyed in the last number of years.
As Manager of the Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence for the third year, I have seen significant growth in our programme. In 2014 we had 540 enter the three week programme, however, this exploded again last year to over 950 over a four week block”.
“At The King’s Hospital School, we have the ideal setting to present such an in depth rugby experience. Every staff member (coach or otherwise) loves being involved in such a dynamic environment where the player’s experience is so paramount. We are confident each player leaves us with an improved skill set and has had a really enjoyable week off pitch too. It’s key to find the balance between improving players and creating an environment they enjoy socially too. We think we’ve cracked it and hope to see more talented, eager boys & girls through Leinster School of Excellence in 2016!”