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Tralee Summer Camp Welcomes Munster Race Participants.

1st August 2013 By Munster Rugby

It was a day of great excitement for the Tralee Summer Camp participants when the Munster senior players taking part in the Munster Race stopped off to join in on their fun.

It was a day of great excitement for the Tralee Summer Camp participants when the Munster senior players taking part in the Munster Race stopped off to join in on their fun.

Munster players Felix Jones, Sean Dougall, Denis Hurley, Ian Nagle, BJ Botha, CJ Stander, Willie Ryan and Paddy Butler who began the Munster race yesterday, paid a visit to Tralee Rugby Club this morning before a visit to Killarney en route to their final destination at Youghal RFC.

Felix Jones and Sean Dougall helped out at the Munster Skills Camp which was also taking place at the club while Ian Nagle and Denis Hurley assisted with the Tralee RFC girls training session.

This group of Munster senior players also visited Castleisland Rugby Club yesterday to meet the West Munster Cadet and Regional Development Squads who are currently in summer programme training and assisted them in their respective position specific sessions.

Munster Rugby Summer Camps will continue throughout the province until the end of August. To book a place on the camp or for further information please click here.

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West Munster Cadet and Development squads pictured yesterday with Munster players at Castleisland RFC
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Paddy Butler assists at West Munster RDS Squad training

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Ian Nagle gets stuck in at second row position specific training

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Paddy Butler continues to help out with West Munster RDS Squad training

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BJ Botha and fellow Munster forwards give a few hints and tips in the scrum

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Ian Nagle and BJ Botha oversee the West Munster RDS Squad scrum

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