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Rockets Enjoy Record Day on Camp

By Jeff Ball

Highest number this year

Cramlington Rockets saw its highest attendance of the year on the final day of its Easter camps.

An amazing 56 children attended Tuesday's camp with Head Community Coach Bear being joined by aspiring coaches Adam Snowden and Ben Shires, the last two recipients of the club's community awards, as well as new Rocket Tots coach, Anna Collins.

Covering a range of games and skills, including some focus work for those who are existing member's of the club's U12s, the record figure follows a sell out February camp, showing the Rockets' are a popular activity for both existing members and children new to the club.

"It's been a great two weeks and we have really finished on a high" said Rockets Community Manager, Steven Beaty.

It's great to see a mix of new and old faces. We've got very talented coaches who are able to adapt the camps to suit those attending, meaning there is always something fun to do whether you've been at the club for years or it is your first time."

Keen to build on the popularity of its Easter activity, Cramlington Rockets have revealed details of their May Coaching Camp.

Taking place over two days during half term, children aged 5-12 can enjoy fun and rugby-themed games led by schools’ favourite, Coach Bear and other coaches from the award-winning Cramlington Rockets community team.

Running from 10am to 3pm and at only £10 a day when pre-booked online, it represents great value for kids looking for something exciting to do to fill their time off or for existing players at Cramlington Rockets to hone their skills.

Places can be booked now by visiting or by clicking HERE.

Alternatively, call Community Manager, Steve Beaty on 079846300083, email or message us via social media.

Where next?

Primary Rugby League Coaches CPD On Sunday before theThunder match


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