THE annual Brixham Rugby Camp proved to be a huge success with more than 140 kids taking part.
This was the greatest number of kids who have attended since it replaced Rugby Week three years ago.
The Friday-to-Sunday event was approved by the RFU and featured some of their own coaches in Gary Kingdom and Rob Masters.
In all there were 50 coaches/helpers providing a daily programme of rugby, backed up by 20 others assisting with food, medical assistance and administration.
The camp is the only one of its kind in the South Devon area. It is run by club members who give up their time to help the kids to improve their rugby.
Award winners included Luke Wyatt as outstanding boy, Megan Daniels as outstanding girl, Alfie Lambert won the 'Big Mac Cup' presented by Barbara McInally, Rachel Smith took the helpers' award given by new club president Ken Stapleton,
Anne Irvine, wife of late club president Danny Irvine, handed out group awards
Chairman Chris Forster thanked all who attended and helped out.
The youth section is now looking forward to the new season. All team details can be found on the club website.