Sedbergh Abu Dhabi Rugby Camp February 2023
rugby with ABu DHABI HARLEQUINS
13th & 14th February
U9's to U15's
Price - £115.00
08.00am - 2.00pm
Zayad Sports City
Khaleej Al Arabi Street
KEY POINTS FOR PARENTS
- Please drop children off 30 minutes before the start and collect within 30minutes of the finish.
- Please bring a snack
- Each individual to bring their own named water bottle.
- Children will be working in specific age/ability appropriate groups and will remain in those groups for the whole camp..
Sedbergh Courses are delighted to be once again returning to Abu Dhabi for our the February Rugby Camp, in association with Abu Dhabi Harlequins . The two-day course will be held at Zayad Sports City. The course will once again be led by Russell Earnshaw, from the Magic Academy, aided by our own Simon Verbickas.
Developing better contact skills, becoming more tactically aware (#BeatTheGame) and in general becoming a more skilful player will occupy the curriculum of the course. Working under the guidelines of the RFU the coaches will be looking to develop technical skills and tactical awareness. Each day will be divided in to four quarters where we will play lots of different games and break some skills down in a "skill zone" area to develop a framework for all children to reference in the future.
If you have any questions at all please contact [email protected] for further information
a message from marcus smith
“Rusty is one of the only coaches who enabled me to play freely and express myself on the pitch. The freedom he gave me and my teammates made us problem solve on the pitch with limited coach interference. In addition, he’s always available 24/7 to chat about anything from personal stuff to rugby, he’s very approachable and easy to talk to. He has helped me massively to date with my career” (Marcus Smith, Quins and England)
meet the lead coaches
As a player Russell won the Heineken Cup with Bath and played for England on the IRB Sevens circuit, at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, and was part of the squad that played in the IRB World Series tournaments from 1999 to 200. Then as the assistant coach for England 7s he won back to back Dubai titles, Twickenham 7s and England's first ever victory at the Wellington 7s. He then worked alongside John for the England Rugby Elite Development Pathway.
Simon was a truly outstanding player and his exciting style led to him representing Lancashire, England U21’s and Samurai in the World 7’s Series. As a coach Simon has a RFU Level 3 accreditation and lots of experience across the game. Simon was employed by the RFU for 10 years developing rugby across Cheshire. He is currently Director of Rugby at Wharfedale Rugby Club having had successful spells at Caldy, Chester and Wirral Rugby. His latest project has him working with the Lithuanian National side.
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