Ulster Rugby, as well as running a full-time professional team, is the governing body for the sport of rugby football in the Province of Ulster and is responsible for the development of the game across the Province.
The third of this season's First Round group stage games in the Nutty Krust U18 Tournament took place under the floodlights at a damp Chambers Park when Enniskillen U18's and Armagh U18's played on Wednesday evening.
Ulster Rugby is offering a volunteer opportunity for Strength & Conditioning Coaches to contribute directly to the physical development of rugby players in Ulster whilst gaining valuable practical experience in a high performance sport environment.
The first of this season's First Round group stage games in the Nutty Krust U18 Tournament took place under the floodlights at a damp Chambers Park when Ballymena U18's and Dungannon U18's played on Wednesday evening.
For the past 6 weeks, David Chambers, the Club Participation Officer with Ballyclare RFC, has been in with the pupils of Riverside School in Antrim putting them through their paces with lots of rugby activities and games.