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Player Visits To Summer Camps Continue

18th July 2013 By Munster Rugby

Munster players continue to visit boys and girls attending Munster Rugby Summer Camps throughout the province

Munster players continue to visit boys and girls attending Munster Rugby Summer Camps throughout the province

This week Niall Ronan, Tommy O’Donnell, Dave Foley and CJ Stander took time out of their busy pre-season training"Some schedule to visit Waterpark Rugby Club where they took part in the fun activities with Summer Camp participants.

Billy Holland, Stephen Archer, Niall Scannell and Duncan Williams travelled to Midleton and joined in on the rugby games followed by a questions and answers session. The players were very impressed with the rugby knowledge of the young boys and girls and Cork man Billy Holland was particularly amused when he was asked if he was from New Zealand!

Participants at Corca Dhuibhne Rugby Club were also on a high at the arrival of JJ Hanrahan, Felix Jones, Duncan Casey and David Kilcoyne who were delighted to meet the young players and take part in their rugby games in the beautiful surroundings of the Dingle peninsula.

Munster Rugby Summer Camps will continue throughout the province over the summer months (please see venues below). The cost is €;85 per child. Additional children from the same family can attend for the discounted rate of €;75 per child. Please note there is again an online booking facility in place this year. All Summer Camp details are available here.

Next week's Summer Camps will take place in Cobh RFC, Coláiste Stiofáin Naofa, Cork and Killarney Community College. For any more information please contact Munster Rugby on 021-4323563 (9am – 4.30pm) or email camps@munsterrugby.ie

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Summer Camp participants at Midleton RFC

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Stephen Archer, Niall Scannell, Billy Holland and Duncan Williams take part in a questions and answers session at Midleton RFC.

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Camp participants at Midleton RFC

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CJ Stander, Niall Ronan, Dave Foley and Tommy O'Donnell enjoy the activities at the Waterpark RFC Summer Camp

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