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Highland Rugby Club upgrades gym at Canal Park

By Louise Glen

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NATIONAL One outfit Highland Rugby Football Club has completed its upgrade work to its gym.

Highland Rugby Club's new training room.
Highland Rugby Club's new training room.

The clubhouse, at Canal Park, has invested in the redevelopment of the gym – and has already welcomed elite athletes who are working with Sport Scotland.

Highland Rugby Football Club president Graham Findlater said the facilities have been improved as a result of the upgrade.

“Highland Rugby Club are pleased to announce a substantial financial investment in the future of the club, with a full redevelopment of the gym.

“The gym has been refurbished to a high standard with new equipment.

“This will allow all members, from academy players to senior players to improve their overall fitness.

“Our strength and conditioning coaches will now be in a position to provide bespoke training plans on an individual basis.”

He added: “We are now in a position to work alongside our partners and Sport Scotland, Institute of Sport have taken up the opportunity to use the facility to train their elite athletes.

“We look forward in the future to work with other similar organisations and groups.”

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