- Wigan, Warrington and Salford to join forces this Sunday to deliver an online rugby session
- Three-week project is designed to help support the return of Community Rugby League through the England Talent Pathway
- Book now for the chance to train with the Warriors
Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils are joining together to run three free online rugby sessions to help support the return of Community League through the England Talent Pathway programme.
The sessions will include skills and challenges led by staff and stars of the Betfred Super League clubs, as well as an introduction from a member of the England Performance Unit.
Join Wigan Warriors Community Foundation with coach Danny Fullerton -alongside other coaches from the other two clubs – in a fun rugby skills virtual session that will enhance skill development and help prepare players for the return to play at their community clubs in the coming weeks.
Sessions are taking place over the next three Sundays:
- U13/U14 – Sunday 21st March – 10am | BOOK NOW
- U11/U12 – Sunday 28th March – 10am | BOOK NOW
- U10 & Below – Sunday 4th April – 10am | BOOK NOW
Places are limited so make sure to book now before it’s too late! Each session will take place between 10am and 11pm on Microsoft Teams. When you register, a confirmation email and invite will be sent to you.
Wigan Warriors community development officer, Fullerton, said: “It’s really positive to see clubs working together to assist in the community game and also develop the games future stars during difficult times.
“With the recent success the Wigan Warriors foundation have had with our online virtual rugby sessions this is going to be another fun session not to be missed.”
Phil Jones, the RFL’s lead on the England Talent Pathway, added: “It is brilliant to see these three clubs working together in this way. They are all excited about the return of the Community Game and wanted to collectively support this by running these sessions.”