Men’s World Cup stars, Kyle Evans, Curtis Davies and Connor Davies will be in Port Talbot this Saturday to inspire the next generation of Welsh rugby league players.
The Davies twins featured in all three World Cup group games against Cook Islands, Tonga and Papua New Guinea, with Kyle Evans scoring his first try for Wales against Tonga having switched codes from rugby union to rugby league earlier this year. The trio will be in Port Talbot as part of the Wales Rugby League ‘Origin’ development programme.
Boys and girls in school years 8-11 can train with the opportunity to represent East Wales and West Wales – the first step on the journey to representing Wales at under 16s level. All you need to do is register for the programme online.
Join three current Welsh internationals at St. Joseph’s Comprehensive, SA12 6EY between 10am and 12pm this Saturday. Full details of the Origin development sessions are below, with sessions running weekly between now and Christmas.
St Joseph’s Comprehensive, Newton Avenue, Port Talbot, SA12 6EY
Saturday mornings: Girls 10am-11am | Boys 11am-12pm
Islwyn High School, Waterloo, Blackwood, NP12 0NU.
Friday evenings: Girls 7pm-8pm | Boys 8pm-9pm
Girls u14s (years 8 and 9)
Girls u16s (years 10 and 11)
Boys u14s (years 8 and 9)
Boys u16s (years 10 and 11)