Leeds Rhinos star Danny McGuire is looking forward to passing on his knowledge to the latest crop of stars at next Monday's Leeds Rugby Foundation summer camp.
The Leeds Rhinos number 6, will co-host the first of his three 'Danny McGuire Skills Camp' at Hunslet Warriors next Monday 29th - Tuesday 30th July followed by a camp at North Leeds Leopards on Wednesday 31st July - Thursday 1st August.
McGuire will then host another camp at Guiseley Rangers on Wednesday 14th - Thursday 15th August and the England International is eagerly anticipating the chance to develop future rugby league stars.
He said: "Next Monday is the first day of my three camps and I am excited about the prospect of finding a hidden talent and maybe even a future Super League and Leeds Rhinos star.
"Having said that, the camps are available for all abilities and I am also looking forward to engaging with the youngsters and hopefully engaging them in rugby league.
"I look forward to seeing you at my camps starting next Monday!"
These unique 2-day camps aimed at 6-14 year olds are designed to help young players develop every area of their game in a fun and safe environment.
All Danny McGuire camps are priced at £30 for two-days and all attendees will receive an exclusive Leeds Rhinos Camp T-shirt and water bottle as well as being able to meet Danny McGuire himself along with other Leeds Rhinos first team players!
For more details on any of the camps visit Leeds Rugby Foundation's Events Page or to book your child's place please call 0871 423 1315 or alternatively book online by Clicking Here.
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