Red Bend students Campbell Woolnough and Benjamin Glasheen have had the experience of a young league player’s dreams during this school holiday break. The two were selected for the NSW Country Catholic Schools development team, comprised of country north and country south players,&nbsp;and had a week-long camp in Sydney. The squad attended a number of training and development sessions and played three of the Sydney teams. They opened the week with a win against Manly 15s, then watched the first grade clash between Manly and St George on Monday night. The side went on to beat St George Illawarra’s under 15s side as well.&nbsp; In a highlight for his week,&nbsp;Woolnough&nbsp;captained the side to a victory against the Penrith 15s. It was an outstanding achievement for a side that had just come together following selection from the NSWCCC’s north country and south country sides.&nbsp; The squad visited the homes of NRL clubs West Tigers, Bulldogs and the Penrith&nbsp;academy. The young players also&nbsp;had the opportunity to meet with&nbsp;and learn from West Tigers’ first grade coach Jason Taylor and players Luke Brooks and Kyle Lovett. Campbell’s dad Tony Woolnough said his son was “absolutely stoked” with the whole experience. Campbell has been playing for many years and absolutely “loves his football”. “He thought it was great and he learned a lot,” Tony&nbsp;said. At home, he’s a Storm supporter through and through and plays for the Red Bend under 16s team.