Kenya Cup side Impala Saracens are set to have the Impala Alpha Academy open day on Saturday June 15 at Impala Club.
The Impala Alpha academy has already created a continuum that will make sure progression is tracked to improve both the child’s performance & character.
The Impala Alpha academy has already created a continuum that makes sure parents play a role in the development of talent in their kids.
The Academy will admit kids from as young age of 5 to 18 where “they are taken through a series of evaluative sessions. This helps with making the child a better person both in the pitch and off the 4 corners of a pitch.”
Kids attending the academy will be spoiled for choice as who is who in Kenyan rugby will take them through the sessions.
These include former Kenya 7s head coach Innocent ‘Namcos’ Simiyu, Kenya Simbas scrun-half and Impala Saracens captain Samson Onsomu, former Kenyan international Vincent Mose and Impala Saracens director of rugby Fred Ollows.
The Open Day is on 15th and every parent keen on building a solid future for their child should click: http://bit.ly/ImpalaAlphaAcademyRSVP, confirm participation, bring their child on the day and earn a 20% off on monthly fees.
World Rugby’s six values: respect, teamwork, competition, enjoyment, concentration and character building will play a role in the kid’s development.
The programme runs on Saturdays from 8.00 am to 12.00pm. The initial age bands are Under 6, Under 8, Under 10, Under 12 and Under 14.