England Rugby International takes Women’s training session
Former England Rugby international Rochelle "Rocky" Clark, capped 137 times and representing England at four Women's Rugby World Cup's delivered specialist coaching to female rugby students this week.
Former England Rugby international Rochelle “Rocky” Clark, capped 137 times and representing England at four Women’s Rugby World Cup’s delivered specialist coaching to female rugby students this week.
This week, former England Rugby international Rocky Clark, who is now a Player-Coach at Saracens Women delivered some bespoke training to two of Saracens Centre of Excellence and Oaklands College students; Bo Westcombe-Evans and Lucy Biggs (pictured).
Rocky said: “It’s really rewarding to be coaching the future of women’s rugby on the Saracens Dise Programme, working in partnership with Oaklands College. The girls have developed indivisible skills over the season and have vastly improved from the small group sessions receiving detailed 1:1 coaching.
The students are a pleasure to coach and to see them develop at a rapid rate is fantastic to be a part of.”
Since 2006, in partnership with Saracens Rugby Club, Oaklands College have provided fantastic opportunity for ambitious young rugby players to continue their education in an excellent institution, as well as work intensively on developing their skills in sport.
Joining the Wolves Rugby Academy at Oaklands College gives students aged 16 to 19 a way to grow with a view to progressing to the professional game, club rugby in the national or local leagues, or university and beyond.