Week 1 SOLD OUT on the Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence…
April 23, 2015 12:00 am client
The hugely popular Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence is set to be a sell out for the second year in a row with over 650 players booked to attend the residential and non-residential camps in The King’s Hospital…
Check out below how many places are remaining;
- 20th-24th July ( SOLD OUT residential, 18 non-residential places available)
- 27th-31st July (49 residential, 38 non-residential places available)
- 3rd-7th July (118 residential, 42 non-residential places available)
- 10th-14th July (77 residential, 41 non-residential places available) – Girl’s residential and non-residential also available this week
Why attend the Leinster School of Excellence camp?
- Top class coaching from professional rugby coaches who have played/coached at highest level.
- Coaches are highly motivated to be a part of the school of excellence.
- Live like a professional player.
- Planned video analysis reflecting work on pitch.
- Gym and flexibility work.
- Nutritional talk for the young player.
- Team building evening
- Weekly guest speaker
- Sports psychology presentation
- Structure of day – three 1.5 hour rugby sessions (10-11.30am, 12-1.30pm, 2.30-4pm).
- Compulsory swimming pool recovery daily.
- All meals provided – breakfast/lunch/dinner & supper.
- New menu approved by Leinster Rugby team nutritionist.
- Leinster Rugby academy players visit weekly.
The 2015 Bank of Ireland Leinster School of Excellence programme includes the usual professional coaching delivered by experienced coaches from high level backgrounds, our off pitch recovery swimming pool sessions and nutritional presentations.
This year, we have added sports psychology for the young player, team building exercises to integrate the players and weekly guest speakers. Each speaker will outline their own background and rugby experience, current role and their responsibilities as:
198 Leinster caps (184 points)
82 Ireland caps (19 tries)
Current Leinster Academy Manager
Current Ireland and Leinster Assistant Head Coach.
Leinster Rugby Elite player development officer, Ireland youths and Leinster under 20 head coach.
Declan O Brien
Former Leinster player/ current assistant Ireland women’s coach.
Tom McKeown, School of Excellence Camp Manager added “The 2015 School of Excellence programme promises to be the best yet. We’ve gotten an overwhelming numbers of players booked on our camps and at this pace; we’re expecting to be sold out prior to the camps commencing. We feel that we’ve improved the camp content as well as added in new guest speakers such as Girvan Dempse y, the current Leinster Rugby Academy Manager’.
Cost of a camp:
Book online today at: http://bit.ly/1EZo8EE or for more information visit: www.leinsterrugby.ie/soe.