Over 50 enthusiastic attendees got an in-depth experience of top-level Rugby League at the Sydney Roosters Future Stars Girls Holiday Clinic in Wyong.
Travelling from as far as Maitland, the future Roosters got to learn and improve on basic Rugby League skills with NRLW and Central Coast Roosters players Jocelyn Kelleher and Claire Reed alongside the Play Rugby League Central Coast Game Development Team.
In what was a fun afternoon for all - which saw all participants rewarded for their efforts with a Sydney Roosters Gift Bag and a General Admission Ticket to the Round 12 NRL match between the Sydney Roosters and Canberra Raiders at Central Coast Stadium - the two-hour camp was indicative of the rapid growth of the Women's game.
One of the highlights of the day was the generosity of Fruit For All at Berkeley Vale, who offered free hand fruit to all participants on the day.
Jocelyn Kelleher said that the turnout was impressive in what was a resounding success of a day overall.
“I thought the camp was really well organised," she said.
"It gave the girls a solid basis for developing skills such as their tackling and passing technique.
"It was also great to see so many girls participating, introduce themselves to Rugby League and most importantly, having fun."