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New England Mutual National Rugby Camp

  
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10/19/2011
By Community Rugby


Formally supported by Abigroup, the National Rugby Camp now receives the support of the New England Mutual group. With nearly 300 campers each year, the National Rugby Camp is a must for any child, boy or girl, wanting to improve their skills and understanding in 'the game they play in heaven'.

Coaching provided by top-quality coaches, includes appearances from NSW Waratahs and Qantas Wallabies; and residential options available.

When: 15-18 January 2012
Where: Armidale NSW
Who: For beginners and advanced Rugby players

Every camper receives a sports pack. The sports pack includes a water bottle, rugby ball, t-shirt, camp photo. The campers aged from 11-17 years of age also get a back pack.

More registration details visit their website.

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