Coaching Workshop – Toby Booth presents on preparing a team for the rugby world cup
Monday 21st October 2019, 1900-2100
at London Irish. Hazelwood, Hazelwood Drive, Sunbury-On Thames
Middlesex, TW16 6QU
Toby Booth is an English rugby union coach, most recently a first-team coach at Bath Rugby in the Aviva Premiership.
He became a qualified electrician, before attending St. Mary’s University College, Strawberry Hill (1994–97), where he studied Sports Science. He later worked as a lecturer there whilst completing his MSc.
Toby joined London Irish in 2002 as assistant academy manager helping to recruit the first players for the academy – many of whom have graduated to the Exiles’ & Bath’s first teams. He was appointed head coach at Irish in 2008 & reached the final of the Guinness Premiership in his first season in charge.
In May 2012 Booth joined Bath to work under new head coach Gary Gold. Whilst at Bath Toby has coached the 1st team to a Premiership final in 2015 & developed a large number of current international players who are currently participating in Japan at the 2019 World Cup.
This Workshop is part of the Middlesex Coaching Association offer. Appropriate to all Level 2 & 3 coaches it is also beneficial for those working beyond those levels. ** (all delivery will be indoor) **
To attend the coaching course, or for further information, please contact Middlesex Coaching Association Secretary:
Camilla Hulf on firstname.lastname@example.org