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Rosslyn Park HSBC National School Sevens
23rd to 27th March 2015

The Penguin Coaching Academy was delighted to support the Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens once again, by providing coaching to the various teams. The Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens is the largest grassroots rugby tournament in the world, with over 7500 boys and girls aged 13 to 18 taking part in 2014.

The Penguin coaches, in association with HSBC, provided a number of specialist coaching sessions for teams at the tournament. Through the tournament, teams would drop by to the designated coaching area for specific coaching including special skills and drills sessions, to help the teams advance in the tournament, and also to inspire the boys and girls involved in the tournament.

Thanks to the Penguin coaches:

Richard Hicks
Martin MacTaggart
Joe Russell
Dave Simmonds
Martin Crossan
Louise Meadows
Gareth Jackson
Chris Spedding
Oli Bishop
Gareth Hatherleigh-Hurford
and Tony Robinson for managing everything.

HSBC has a long standing relationship with rugby union around the world, with a particular passion for helping to develop the sport at the true grassroots level of the game. The Rosslyn Park HSBC National Schools Sevens tournament has long since attracted an enviable pool of young players who travel the length and breadth of the country and sometimes the world to take part. The partnership with Rosslyn Park will sit hand in hand with the bank’s commitment to helping grow and develop rugby over the coming years.

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