Medowie Rugby players develop skills at Rugby Camp

Jackson Fuller, Michael Moffat and Divan Bezuidenhout, three of Medowie’s players who attended the National Rugby Camp in Armidale.
Jackson Fuller, Michael Moffat and Divan Bezuidenhout, three of Medowie’s players who attended the National Rugby Camp in Armidale.

 

THE Medowie Rugby Club has really come along in leaps and bounds over the last few years, and with the help of local sponsors, this development looks to be continuing on for many years to come.

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With the sponsorship provided by local real estate agent LJ Hooker Medowie, the Medowie Marauders have been able to send six talented junior players to Armidale’s National Rugby Camp to be able to learn from some of the best in the game in this country.

The camp is attended by some of the top rugby coaches in Australia, current NSW Waratah players, and also current Australian Wallabies players.

“You can really see the difference in the players after they attend the National Rugby Camp,” Medowie Rugby Club President Dwayne Murphy told News of the Area.

“The confidence that they take out of the camp is the main thing, but they also bring back a lot of knowledge of the game that they pass on to their teammates.”

“Only a few may actually attend the camp, but the benefits reach wider than just those players,” he said.

The Medowie Rugby Club will have both junior and senior grades playing in the upcoming 2018 season and welcome new players for all teams.

 

By Rachael VAUGHAN

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