Wakefield Trinity is delighted to confirm that we will be hosting our Trinity DNA, Player Development Centres this Easter holidays.
The player development programme – held at the Be Well Support Stadium – will offer young, up-and-coming Rugby League players the opportunity to develop their skills at a professional club in a performance environment with other talented players situated across the district.
Delivered by our experienced development and performance coaches, the sessions will focus on the players’ key areas of skill set including Technical, Tactical, Movement, Mental Skills and Game Sense.
As an England Rugby League Player Development Partner, Wakefield Trinity’s Talent pathway programme will also aim to increase the number of quality Rugby League players through the education and training of community coaches.
The camps will follow on from our hugely-successful February half-term camps, in which over 100 participants joined over the course of the three days.
However, April will be different, with three days (four hours per day) of activities, young players will get a real sense of what it will be like to play for a professional club, working in a unique environment.
Speaking upon the launch of next month’s sessions, the Foundation’s Community Manager, James Stephenson, said, “We are delighted to be in the position to bring back our Trinity DNA camps in Easter.
“We thoroughly enjoyed watching players develop last month, and, with the April sessions being bigger and better, we can’t wait to watch how everyone grows as both a player and an individual.
“We look forward to welcoming everyone along.”