Sam stars at Chiefs' training camp

A two-day rugby camp was held during the Easter holidays at the Exeter Chiefs ground.

A two-day rugby camp was held during the Easter holidays at the Exeter Chiefs' ground. This event was open to all ages covering U7s to U16s, and approximately 100 kids took part. It enabled youngsters to give rugby a try for the first time or to hone their existing skills in the surroundings of Exeter Chiefs' first class facilities.

At the end of the two days Tony Roque who, in his career has represented England Rugby Sevens for many years, and who also played for Saracens, London Irish and then at Exeter Chiefs picked out Sam Phillips, who plays for Honiton RFC U10s, was chose one of the boys who stood out for their ability, effort and commitment in training.

Honiton U10s have had an excellent season this year with 11 wins and 3 losses. All the boys have played and battled extremely well.


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