Summer Camp concludes with rugby festival

In excess of 100 youths were introduced to the exciting game of rugby during the Guyana Rugby Football Union’s annual Summer Camp which concluded on Saturday with a rugby festival.

The seventh edition of the July fixture was open to boys and girls from various communities and schools from around the city and further afield.

Ruggers from as young as six years old, had a ball and enjoyed being coached the basics of the sport at the National Park.

According to the event’s coordinator and Youth Development Officer (YDO), Troy Yhip, the six-day camp was geared towards “teaching the kids the basic fundamentals of rugby” like …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In


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