We have heard so much recently of how much the Indigo Premiership plays an important part in the development of many, many professional rugby players across Wales. This week team manager Steffan Thomas spoke to the Welsh Rugby Union on how we at the Quins are working closely with the Scarlets to identify and develop the next regional talent.
It all starts early at the Quins where we run teams from Under 7’s right up to the Senior 1st XV and currently there are only limited spaces available across the mini and junior age group which is testament to the work members of the mini and junior section did before, during and after lockdown to engage with children and parents about a safe return to rugby.
Now that we are emerging from the worldwide crisis there is light at the end of the tunnel with all teams now back training and some playing with a view to September being the month when all teams take to the field in Cardinal Amber and Black.
The club prides itself on the development of any player at any level and will do all it can to assist that development. The links between the Senior Club and the Mini and Junior Section continue to go from strength to strength and first team players can often be found watching the children play or train giving their encouragement, support and often technical advice.
The relationship with the Scarlets is an important one and one that looks to continue to grow and flourish this season and beyond, and the interview with Steff tells us all we need to know about the Quins ethos and can be found here https://www.wru.wales/2021/08/quins-aim-to-continue-converyor-belt-for-scarlets/
For any parents who have children at Under 10, 11, 14, 15 or 16 who would like to try rugby then these are the age groups where we currently have limited spaces available for more information please contact email@example.com
As rugby returns we hope that you will be come along to the park or Abergwili and be part of the Mighty Quins Family because as players who knows where that journey will take you.