2021 Inclusion Camp Venues and Dates
|July 13 – 16 Greystones RFC|
|July 20 – 22 Mullingar RFC|
|July 27 – 29 Navan RFC|
|August 3 – 5 Coolmine RFC|
|August 10 – 12 Newbridge RFC|
The Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Inclusion Camps provide children with all disabilities aged between eight and 12, with a fun-filled three days of rugby during the summer holidays. The camps are focused on adapting rugby to meet the needs of camp-goers to maximise enjoyment and learning to play the Leinster Way.
Who are these camps for?
Our Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Inclusion Camps are open to all children with all disabilities aged between eight and 12.
- Cost: €60
- Kit: adidas camp t-shirt, Rhino rugby ball, drawstring boot bag
- Days: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
- Times: 10.30am – 12.30pm each day
2020 Inclusion Camp Venues
Greystones RFC 13-15 July
Mullingar RFC 20-22 July
Navan RFC 27-29 July
Coolmine RFC 3-5 July
Newbridge RFC 10-12 August
What are the Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Inclusion Camps?
A strong emphasis is placed on adapting the content of our camps to meet the needs and abilities of the players and group to ensure rugby-specific coaching is delivered in an appropriate and safe manner with the aim to:
- Maximise enjoyment
- Be all-inclusive
- Optimise learning
- Create friendships
- Improve rugby skills
What to expect at the Bank of Ireland Leinster Rugby Inclusion Camps
- Every attendee gets an adidas training t-shirt, Rhino rugby ball and drawstring boot bag
- A daily COVID-19 health sign-off will be required.
- Top quality coaching from IRFU-accredited and experienced coaches who have all undergone specific Rugby Inclusion Training
- Two care assistants present at all camp venues to support children for all their needs
Note: Our Camp Managers have additionally completed IRFU Safe Rugby Level 1 and the World Rugby First Aid in Rugby. No nursing or medical administration will be available on site.
What is expected from parents?
- Our inclusion camps are designed in such a way that we will have enough coaches, mentors and care assistants present that parents do not need to stay for the duration of the camps. However, if you feel you would like to stay to support your child, you are more than welcome once you inform the Camp Manager.
- All parents will be asked to fill out an ‘About Me’ profile on their child in the weeks leading up to the start of camp so that we can best tailor the coaching children will receive on the camp to maximise participation and enjoyment.
If you have any further questions, please contact Leinster Rugby’s Spirit Officer, Stephen Gore, at firstname.lastname@example.org.