Do you have a rugby mad child who fancies themselves as a sports journalist or wants to give it a go? Do they want to meet an elite, professional rugby player? Then check out our great competition.
At BeRugby magazine we are very lucky to meet the best rugby players in the world. But we thought, why should we have all the fun?
So, we have teamed up with the awesome guys and girls at Saracens to offer YOU the opportunity to meet a top Premiership player and interview them with us!
Q and A with Edinburgh Rugby’s Jack Blain
In recent weeks Jack Blain became the first player born in the 2000s to turn out for a Scottish pro rugby side, our Scottish correspondent caught up with him:
BeRugby Magazine – How did you get into rugby?
Gallagher Premiership Rugby kicks off this weekend with six compelling matches to start the 22nd Premiership season. We can’t wait!
The opener could not be more intriguing with Todd Blackadder taking his Bath Rugby side on the short journey to Ashton Gate to face newly promoted Bristol Bears in front of a huge crowd and the live BT Sport cameras. BT Sport have decided to signify the start of the season by screening four matches live this weekend including a double header on Saturday from Kingsholm Stadium and Sandy Park before champions Saracens get their campaign underway at Kingston Park on Sunday.
Seabelo was born and grew up in Welkom, a small town in South Africa’s Free State. He’s the middle child of a police officer father and a teacher-turned-educationalist mother. Seabelo has notched up 200 tries in sevens rugby faster than anyone else in the world.
Come and join London Scottish at our Community Camps at The Athletic Ground in Richmond.
We offer multiple courses throughout the season to keep kids entertained in holidays whilst also progressing their rugby skills! Learn from 1st team players who come down to coach and pass on their top tips.
Later this month (August 28-30th) we will be holding a Contact Clinic camp, perfect preparation for the new season and a great way to round off the summer holidays. Book here https://londonscottish.cloudvenue.co.uk/summercamp
This August, grab the opportunity to train with England Rugby world cup winner Rachael Burford, who will be coaching her Summer Rugby Day Camps for girls in Kent, Surrey and Sussex/Hampshire. The Burford Academy camps are aimed at girls of all levels of skill and experience between the ages of 7-18. Attendees have the opportunity to build new friendships whilst developing their skills and confidence both on and off the pitch, all under the guidance of some of the nation’s top female international Rugby players.
Written by Gordon MacLelland
How important is the role of a captain in children’s sport and do coaches take the opportunity to help develop some of the skills required in order for young people to develop and become leaders later on? Do coaches when handing over the role really give away the responsibility and allow the freedom for their captains to express themselves?