- Community Foundation supporting the return of community Rugby League with Easter holiday camps.
- Foundation to host open access sessions at four local amateur clubs – aimed at juniors aged 5-12, boys and girls.
- Book now on any of the sessions by clicking here.
Wigan Warriors Community Foundation are supporting the return of community Rugby League by hosting four open access rugby camps during the Easter holidays.
The Foundation will be at four local amateur Rugby League clubs delivering the sessions across four days, including Leigh Miners Rangers, Ashton Bears, Wigan St Judes and Ince Rose Bridge.
The sessions will include a variety of skills, fitness and small sided skill games.
All of the sessions are aimed at anyone interested in Rugby League aged 5-12 years, boys and girls.
Please note that there is limited availability for the session. Make sure to book now before it’s too late!
The cost of attending a session is £10 and all proceeds will go to the Wigan Warriors Community Foundation.
You can book on to any of the following sessions by clicking here. Each participant will receive an automatic email on confirmation.
- Tuesday 6th April – @ Leigh Miners Rangers – 10am-2pm
- Wednesday 7th April – @ Ashton Bears 10am-2pm
- Thursday 8th April – @ Wigan St Judes 10am-2pm
- Friday 9th April – @ Ince Rose Bridge 10am-2pm
Community development officer, Fullerton, said: “Throughout the year Wigan Warriors Community Foundation plans to support all local amateur clubs.
“We are looking forward to the sessions during the Easter break at the four different amateur clubs. We urge anyone who has an interest in Rugby League to come down to the sessions and train with the Warriors coaches.
“It’s an exciting time for junior Rugby League players – returning to some kind of normality within their development and in preparation for any fixtures.”
Please note that all sessions with be hosted in line with the RFL return to play guidelines.