As part of the Six Nations programme the WRU are organising two coaching clinics for women and girls, players and coaches of all ages and abilities, to be held prior to the women's fixtures on Sunday 14th and 28th February.
The first will be staged on Sunday 14th February where handling skilles will be taken by Under 20s coach Chris Garrett.
The second will be on Sunday 28th February where Blues coach educator Scott Snedden will run a kicking skills clinic.
Both sessions will both be held at Pencoed College, Bridgend, between 11am-12.30pm allowing ample time for travel to the Brewery Fields to watch the women at 2pm.
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