The Bath Rugby skills clinics are lead by members of Bath Rugby's first team supported by Bath Rugby’s Community department. The clinics are designed to delve into specific rugby skills sets and explore how these can be applied in the game. The players will be on hand to share some of their own methods and techniques so participants to take away the tools to develop their skills in the game.
2019/20 SKILLS CLINICs
SATURDAY 30TH NOVEMBER
FARLEIGH HOUSE, BATH RUGBY hq
Bath Rugby’s prestigious Training Ground will open its doors to participants for a skills day once again this November. Not only is this an exclusive opportunity to train where the players train but members of the 1st team will be on hand to pass on their world class knowledge.
Sessions will provide participants the opportunity to learn about some of the most essential skills and techniques needed in rugby. Spilt into two separate areas, Forwards and Backs, they will focus on kicking, tackling, the breakdown, set piece, catch and pass and game understanding. The day will also include workshops on strength and conditioning, nutrition and injury prevention.
Saturday 30th November
Farleigh House (Bath Rugby HQ)
(U12s - U16s)
WHAT YOU THOUGHT?
"My son had a fantastic time, he learnt loads of techniques which he'll be putting in to practice this Sunday. Can you pass on a massive thank you, to all coaches and player's for taking time out to spend with the participants. My son was in his element being coached by first team players, especially Zach Mercer & Sam Underhill" Participant's Parent