Bradford Bulls Foundation set new record for summer coaching camps

BRADFORD Bulls Foundation coached a record 300 children during their summer camps

BRADFORD Bulls Foundation coached a record 300 children during their summer camps

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THE Bradford Bulls Foundation are celebrating following the end of a highly successful Summer Camp Programme.

A total of four camps were held over July and August and saw a record number of over 300 children attend.

Each camp focussed on the different skills and techniques used in key areas of rugby league and gave children between the ages of 6-14  the chance to improve and enhance their rugby skills.

The children also had the chance to meet their heroes as members of the Bulls’ first-team were in attendance at the camps to pass on their advice and have photos with the children. 

Bradford Bulls Foundation Development Officer Tom Duff said: “We have received some fantastic feedback from both children and parents and it was great to hear that they enjoyed the camps.

“It is important that we continue to engage with the children and further their rugby league education as they are hopefully the future of the Bradford Bulls. 

“I would like to thank all staff, volunteers, parents and children for their support and for making the Programme a massive success."

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