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Player Development

FREE Player Development Days Open To All Adult Players (Male and Female)

The Cornwall Rugby Football Union is working hard to respond to the needs of its clubs and members and to that end earlier this year an online survey was sent out to all players in Cornwall asking them to identify certain areas that they would like to see improved. Highlighted by the players in this survey was the need for continued Player Training Development opportunities (as currently exists at the youth level).

To respond to this request the Player Development committees have combined to use their resources to offer to ALL SENIOR players (both male and female) in the county three specialist training days.
These days will be to enable players to enhance their own skills sets for personal development which in turn will enhance their playing experience back at their clubs.

 

WHEN:
(1) 13th December (Sunday)
(2) 15th February (Monday)
(3) 13th April (Wednesday)
 
WHERE:
Session 1 & 3 Truro College
Session 2 Newquay Sports Centre.
 
TIMINGS:
10.00 - 13.00 (Sunday session)
19.00 - 21.00 (Monday & Wednesday session)
 
These sessions will be FREE to attend.
 
However you will need to notify Maggie Notman (Chair Player Development Committee, Seniors) of your attendance so we can arrange for the correct number of coaches and for sandwiches afterwards.
 
You can do this by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 
stating your club and playing position.
Any queries please call Maggie on 07967 684443.

Please click on the link below for flyer to be printed off and distributed.
 
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What is the Player Development Committee

Recently the CRFU re-organised its committees, below is the remit of the Player Development Committee:-

 

 

Player Development Committee

Primary Remit:

 

  • Overarching responsibility for the Retention and Development of existing players and recruitment of new players.

  • Review Club statistics for players to ensure that numbers are increasing and to identify adverse trends across the CB or in localised areas

  • Promoting the RFU Player Development Model as the means of planning and implementing a player development plan in clubs and across the CB

  • Review all competition across the CB in order that it supports the retention, re-engagement and recruitment of players to the game in clubs.

  • Consulting with playing groups to establish wants and needs and coordinating this information with the Player Development Officer to support the retention of players within clubs

 

 
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