PACIFIC Sports Management (PSM) will host rugby league camps across NSW this year, including the Upper Hunter.
The company said it had developed a “holiday camp” for young athletes.
Former NRL star John Cartwright, now assistant coach at Manly, designed the program, PSM added.
“The camps help young players develop their skills and serve as a ‘small showcase to identify elite junior players’,” a spokesperson said.
“There is no better way to take your rugby league to the next level than by freshening up old skills and learning new ones.”
“Players displaying the right stuff will be invited to join the PSM Academy to ‘reap the benefits of elite development’.”
PSM manages the careers of some of the biggest NRL stars, including Daly Cherry-Evans and Valentine Holmes.
This month’s camp will be staged at Olympic Park, Muswellbrook, on April 23.