Letting the Goode times roll at rugby summer training camp

Goode visit: the Saracens and England full-back will be at Hamsey Green next weekend

Goode visit: the Saracens and England full-back will be at Hamsey Green next weekend

Saracens and England full-back Alex Goode will be assisting with the coaching at Warlingham RFC’s summer training camp next weekend.

Also assisting with training at the club’s Hamsey Green ground on July 27 and 28 will be Mel Deane, the former Harlequins and Ireland international centre who is now a fitness trainer and nutrition adviser.

Ben Stobart, the head coach of Warlingham, the London 2SE club, said, “Our annual summer training Camp is a good opportunity to see what new talent is around.

“To have Alex Goode run the rule over the players and our game plans is an added bonus this year. As a regular player in the England XV he will obviously bring top-level experience to the training camp.

“Mel Deane also brings a great deal of knowledge and experience on fitness issues. We have a full two-day agenda and welcome any new players to the club.”

The club is continuing its pre-season training sessions each Tuesday and Thursday, including a growing under-21s Academy. Any players should contact Warlingham on 0188362 2825 or www.mightywarl.com for details.

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