Latest News:

Community Coaching

By The Bee Hive
August 7 2007

Birmingham & Solihull RFC, the parent club of National One side Pertemps Bees, have beefed up their community rugby department with the signing of several new players who will be the coaches of the club's Community Rugby Coaching Team for the coming season

The club's new Community Rugby Coordinator is Canadian international prop Casey Dunning, who will be fronting the coaching team and pushing new and exciting community rugby initiatives.
Dunning said: "The aim of our Community Department is to promote rugby within local schools, provide a locally based sporting resource for schools in the area and the Community of Solihull
“We are really aiming at leaving a sporting legacy at each of the schools involved with our community coaching scheme”

The new community coaching team consists of former Bristol centre Ashley Maggs, fly-half Mike Hook - full-back Peter Murchie, back-row forward Andy Daish, former Coventry forwards Alun Wyn Davies and Dave Campton, and ex-Newport Prop Phil Osborne.

The next Summer Camp at Sharmans Cross Road is August 28-31. The camp run from 10am-3pm daily and emphasise fun, understanding of the game and development and improvement of core rugby skills.

Anyone interested in attending one of the summer camps should call Pertemps Bees on 0121 705 0409. At £50 for a week of rugby camp it is great value with spaces still left.

View a Printer Friendly version of this Story.

Bookmark or share this story with:


Birmingham & Solihull Poll

What position do you think Bees will finish this year?

See results > Submit >>