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SA Rugby to host U18 Elite Player Development camp


Fifty-three of South Africa’s most talented Under-18 rugby players from across the country will gather in Stellenbosch on the 27th of February for a four-day Elite Player Development (EPD) camp.

The EDP camp is the first of three EPD camps that will be hosted in 2020, with U16 and U17 camps set to follow later in the season. In line with SA Rugby’s development structure, the camps will be assessing the players physical and technical abilities and provide guidance to the boys with the goal of preparing them to advance through the structures in future.

The players will participate in a series of training sessions over the four days, working with a handful of coaches within the SA Rugby structures. Young players from all over the country have been invited to the SA Rugby U18 High-Performance camp.

To see all the names of the selected players, visit the following link: www.

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