Jenkins and McBryde, along with the Welsh Rugby Union's three other full time skills coaches Gruff Rees, Wayne Jones and Danny Wilson, took sessions on passing, tackling, kicking and defensive techniques, along with the scrum and line-out. WRU National Fitness Director Huw Wiltshire delivered a session on fitness and conditioning tailored to the needs of 12 to 16 year olds.
Leighton Morgan, WRU Elite Coach Development Manager said, "Our aim for what was a highly beneficial workshop was to highlight to our development officers and junior coaches the areas we would like them to work on with 12 to 16 year olds.
"We wanted to collectively achieve a better understanding of the requirements and focus that we need to bring to our early development work with junior association players and by doing so make it easier for them to move on to more advanced work as 17-year-olds when they reach the high performance end of the game.
"We also aimed to share as many ideas as possible and provide material for the development officers to take back to the community game."