Assisting at the camp are several of the younger members of the National Men’s and Women’s Squads who are completing their tasks as part of the Level 1 Coaching Course.

Having completed their camp last week, the members of the Youth Men’s Squad are regular spectators at the camp to see how the girls are faring with their work.  Already a competitive nature has crept into the squads with each wanting to outdo the other in the way they perform. 

The camp will conclude on Friday with intra-squad games.  From these two camps teams will be selected to play against the National Women’s Team in the 2010 Super League commencing on 19th July. 


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