Wakefield Trinity is delighted to announce that we will be re-launching our Trinity DNA development camps for the February half-term.
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, with a series of coaching workshops and CPD programmes for all community coaches in the area are set to be launched in the coming weeks.
Over the last few years, Wakefield has seen a steep increase in the number of participants attending our development camps with over 100 turning out over several weeks in summer 2021.
Notable names to come through the centres include Sam Eseh and first-team hooker, Harry Bowes, who believes that our DNA programme laid the foundations for his rise to the top.
“Wakefield Trinity’s Player Development Pathway is the trigger for my time at the club being so successful so far,” Bowes explained.
“Working my way up through the ranks, I owe the foundations of my development to the ETP pathway at the club.
“It is an incredible opportunity for any young, up-and-coming Rugby League player and I would urge anyone to get involved.”
While Trinity’s Community Manager, James Stephenson, followed, “We are pleased to be able to get this important programme back up and running for 2022.
“We know how sought after these camps are, and we are delighted to be back and help develop both male and female youth players from across the district.”