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Camp Waratah: Play and Train with your Rugby Heroes!

  
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11/04/2017
By NSW Waratahs Media unit


From the bush to the beach, a day of rugby heaven is just around the corner with NINE different camps running between April 18th and 21st – just in time for the school holidays!

 

With all skill levels catered for and a NSW Waratah Junior Membership inclusive in the participation package, you will be one step closer in your journey to wearing the Sky Blue!

 

Play and train with the NSW Waratah mainstays, and pick up all of their “tricks of the trade!”


Check out all of the locations we are coming to, plus who you will be meeting on the day!

 

Date

Location

Waratah

Duration

Price

18-Apr

Dubbo

Victoria Park, No. 2 and 3 Ovals

Matt Sandell

1 Day

$95

18-Apr

Tamworth

Farrer Agricultural Memorial School

Brad Wilkin

1 Day

$95

19-Apr

Hunter Valley

Maitland Blacks Rugby Club, Marcellin Oval

Harry Jones

1 Day

$95

19-Apr

Wollongong

Woonona Shamrocks Rugby Club

Jed Holloway

1 Day

$95

19-Apr

Central Coast

Sir Joseph Banks Oval, Bateau Bay

Michael Wells

1 Day

$95

19-Apr

Orange

Orange Emus Rugby Club, Woodward Street

Matt Sandell

1 Day

$95

19-Apr

Lismore

Lismore City Rugby Club

Jack Dempsey

1 Day

$95

20-Apr

Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour Rugby Club

Jack Dempsey

1 Day

$95

20-21 April

North Sydney

Saint Ignatius College, Riverview

David McDuling, Damien Fitzpatrick

1 Day

$95

Nathan Grey,

Sekope Kepu

2 Day

$180


 

You can register online via this link: http://www.nswrugby.com.au/camp

 

For more information, please contact Rebecca Miller on rmiller@nswrugby.com.au, or (02) 9323 3436. 

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