Cameron has been showing off his rugger skills at a club in Millwall, east London, on Saturday as it was announced school sport is to get a £150 million a year cash injection to help bolster coaching.
A primary school with 250 pupils would receive £9,250 per year - around two days a week of a primary teacher or a coach's time, according to Mr Cameron.
The PM is certainly keen on sports, as a quick flick through our picture archive revealed.
However Cameron has, at times, revealed a cavalier attitude towards technique, favouring jumping back slams, pirouettes and tough body passes: and that's just in a game of ping pong.
Here, take a flick through the back annuls of Cameron's top sporting moments, and pay tribute to his maverick technique.
The tiny dancer tennis move
Cameron shows the importance of doing an impression of a pencil to successfully hit the ball.
The 'flasher' face
The old 'here's my groin' move never fails to distract opponents
The stiff upper lip repost
Never at any point appear to be playing the game until, quick as a flash, you interject and pop the ball
The 'serve with your mouth' move
Dave perfects the perfect 'o' with his lips before either serving or catching the balls. Must be all those 'oh dears'.
The backwards butt shot
If you're PM, it's important never to make an arse of yourself.
The stiff upper lip move #2
Push head back into neck to reveal a total lack of chin.
Cameron strangles balls
The triumphant toilet move
Cameron shows he's crooked
..in his golf club. Cameron's advisors were keen to pick a competitor who would let him win.
The wide-eyed pass
The furrowed pirouette
The 'forget your bat' move
The 'pretending it's tennis' shot
No words really. But this is a school game of badminton
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British Prime Minister David Cameron smashes the shuttlecock as he plays badminton in the garden of 10 Downing central London March 28, 2012 with youth ambassadors of the School Games in an event organised for the visit of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) delegation lead by president Jacques Rogge. The IOC delegation started their last visit to London before the 2012 London Olympic Games. AFP PHOTO / POOL / CHRIS HELGREN (Photo credit should read CHRIS HELGREN/AFP/GettyImages)
The irish dancer
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron plays badminton in the garden of 10 Downing Street in London, Wednesday March 28, 2012. Cameron is meeting with International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge and officials, amid the final inspection visit before the games by the IOC coordination commission. (AP Photo/Chris Helgren, Pool)
The morris dancer