Ulster Rugby, along with title sponsor Subway, have announced details of the 2019 Summer Camp programme.
The summer camps will feature 21 camps at venues throughout the Province from 1st July until 14th August, offering a fun-filled programme of rugby training and games for boys and girls of all ages, abilities and rugby interests.
There will once again be four different types of camps; the established Junior Camps, School of Excellence Camps and Disability Rugby Camps, plus the hugely popular Digital Skills Camps.
The three-day Digital Skills Camps will be held at Kingspan Stadium, and are open to boys and girls going into P5-P71. Five-day Junior Camps, for boys and girls going into P3-P72, will continue to run at 11 locations across the Province. The six School of Excellence Camps, for more experienced players who are going into Year 8 – Year 11, and two Disability Rugby Camps (aged P3+) will each last for three days. All camps will run from 9am-1pm each day.
The focus of all camps is about enjoying rugby in a fun and safe environment, with young players benefitting from expert advice from IRFU qualified rugby coaches while Ulster professional players will also be on hand to give tips on the game, talk about life as a professional and interact with the participants.
Subway Ulster Rugby Camps offer great value with £70 the cost for a place on the Junior Camp, £50 for the Digital Skills Camps, £50 for the Disability Camps, and £90 for the School of Excellence Camps. Discounts are available for additional family members attending the same camp. Each participant will also receive a t-shirt, boot bag, rugby ball, water bottle, a Subway meal deal plus promotional codes to claim a free junior ticket to an Ulster game at Kingspan Stadium and a free stadium tour, including a visit to The Nevin Spence Centre.
Places on each camp are strictly limited, so parents are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment.
For full details of this year’s Subway Ulster Rugby Summer Camps, or to book your place online, visit www.ulsterrugby.com/camps.
1 All age ranges refer to school year children will be entering in September 2019 (NI School Years).
2 The Junior Camps at Omagh RFC, Virginia RFC and Enniskillen RFC will be open to boys and girls aged P3 – Year 8.
2019 Subway Ulster Rugby Summer Camps Schedule
|1||Malone RFC||Junior Camp||01/07/2019||05/07/2019|
|Omagh RFC||Junior Camp||01/07/2019||05/07/2019|
|Limavady RFC||Junior Camp||01/07/2019||05/07/2019|
|2||Virginia RFC||Junior Camp||08/07/2019||10/07/2019|
|3||Regent House School||School of Excellence||15/07/2019||17/07/2019|
|Banbridge RFC||Junior Camp||15/07/2019||19/07/2019|
|4||Carrickfergus RFC||Junior Camp||22/07/2019||26/07/2019|
|Dromore RFC||Junior Camp||22/07/2019||26/07/2019|
|Portadown RFC||Disability Rugby Camp||22/07/2019||24/07/2019|
|Ballymoney RFC||Junior Camp||22/07/2019||26/07/2019|
|5||Enniskillen RFC||Junior Camp||29/07/2019||02/08/2019|
|Kingspan Stadium||Digital Skills Camp||29/07/2019||31/07/2019|
|Ballymena RFC||Junior Camp||29/07/2019||02/08/2019|
|Newforge County Club||Disability Rugby Camp||29/07/2019||31/07/2019|
|6||Ballyclare HS||School of Excellence||05/08/2019||07/08/2019|
|Friends HS||School of Excellence||05/08/2019||07/08/2019|
|Portadown RFC||School of Excellence||05/08/2019||07/08/2019|
|7||RBAI (Osborne Park)||School of Excellence||12/08/2019||14/08/2019|
|Bangor RFC||Junior Camp||12/08/2019||16/08/2019|
|Kingspan Stadium||Digital Skills Camp||12/08/2019||14/08/2019|
|Foyle College||School of Excellence||12/08/2019||14/08/2019|
Give it a Try – Summer 2019
Throughout May and June 2019, the IRFU are running a series of ‘Give it a Try’ events throughout Ulster. ‘Give it a Try’ is an 8 week programme run in eight different clubs where girls aged 10-14 can attend and learn how to play rugby in a fun environment. Click here to view the full calendar of events.