Warriors training camp
AT 6’8” tall, former Scotland rugby captain, Alastair Kellock, has literally played rugby at the highest level.
Kellock was at Oban Lorne rugby club for a training camp on Monday, organised by his former side, Glasgow Warriors. He passed on his wealth of experience to youngsters from Oban, Taynuilit, Mid-Argyll and Mull.
The children were also given a chance to hold, the Guinness Pro12 trophy, currently on a ‘trophy tour’ of Scotland.
Kellock captained the Warriors to the win last season against Munster, in his final professional game. The win was the first time a Scottish team has won the prestigious trophy, which is competed for by teams from Scotland, Ireland, Italy and Wales.
Kellock, who now works for Scottish Rugby in an ambassador’s role, said: ‘The idea is to travel all over Scotland, showing children that they can start off at a small club, like I did, and go on to play at the very highest level. And the fact that Magnus and Fergus
Children who attended the training camp