We are delighted and proud to have made this partnership, we are the first amateur Rugby League club to have become a partner of JABG, and the first community club in the sport to seek such a partnership – this speaks volumes on the type of club we want to build here. Rugby League is one of the greatest character building team sports, and everyone should feel confident and comfortable to take part.
We have started making plans to support the partnership including introducing an Inclusion Officer to our clubs committee. This role will be carried out by Maria Wild, who will help to promote, educate and implement interventions to encourage the awareness of inclusivity at club level. We have also started discussing hosting a pride festival that will include all our junior teams participating in a tournament with off field activities and entertainment.Written by Rach P
Fat, Fifty Rugby League Enthusiast .Avid follower of all things League 1 and unfortunate survivor of a 50 year love affair with Keighley RLFC..
Never quite sure what elevated Crooksy to the hero status in my eyes , probably he's don't give a shit get on with the game apparent philosophy , he played for Cas , not the one of the Wigan Fancy Boys and most importantly like myself he was a Prop that kicked...