The Peterborough United squad and management have arrived in Ireland for their week-long training camp.
The Peterborough United squad have completed the first day of training in Ireland after flying into Dublin in the early hours of Sunday morning.
After checking into their base for the next few days, the players were given a recovery session in the gymnasium following Saturday's entertaining 3-3 draw with West Ham United at the ABAX Stadium.
The players did a bit of work on the training pitch before being split into teams to compete in a head-tennis tournament, which was fiercely competitive.
'It was important that the players had a bit of a recovery day today because obviously we had a tough game against a strong West Ham United side on Saturday.
'We were able to do a bit of work on the fantastic pitches that we have at this facility and then afterwards we had a few little games including Head-Tennis which is always very lively.
'It is great to be able to come away as a squad for a few days. We have a game at Cliftonville on Wednesday and then the focus switches to the Tottenham XI at the ABAX Stadium on Saturday,' Robertson said.