Munster Rugby have announced their Rugby Development Department will be available to Munster’s 68 clubs for dedicated sessions with younger players.
Amid the absence of summer camps, the development staff will work their way around the province taking part in sessions with each club.
Each session will be tailored to the specific club’s choosing and could focus on player skills, a particular area of the game, or fun games.
Munster Rugby confirmed each session will follow the guidelines outlined for the return to rugby.
Rugby Participation and Operations Manager, Damon Urlich said:
“At this time of year, we are usually working across our summer camp venues helping develop the game with our younger player base. We didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity of having contact time with our clubs younger players and saw this as an opportunity to get back into the community, working with our clubs to find the best outcome to support them as we all move closer towards a return to rugby.”Damon Urlich [via munsterrugby.ie]