Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation’s Trinity Roadshow came to a close for 2021, with Emley Moor being the final stop on our community tour.
After eight weeks of touring our Ambassador Clubs up and down West Yorkshire, last night, our Trinity Roadshow came to an end.
With just a matter of weeks until the community season ends for young players across the country, our Trinity Roadshow was an extra weekly initiative, helping participants develop their Rugby League brain.
Working with all age groups, players were able to adapt and develop their game under the tutelage of one of our experienced coaches, with sessions filled with unique games and enjoyable activities.
Speaking after last night’s trip to Emley Moor, Rugby League & Inclusion Officer, Charlie Doherty, admitted that he was delighted to see how the young players took to the sessions.
“It was great to see so many players, from numerous Ambassador Clubs, attend across the eight weeks.
“To watch the participants grow and develop in a different environment is great to see and something that we are incredibly proud to put on.
“The sessions were full of Rugby League-based activities, designed for maximum development, but more importantly, enjoyment.”
To find out more about the multiple Rugby League camps we offer across the year, please email email@example.com.