After a long offseason, Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation’s Learning Disability Rugby League side return to training for 2022.
After 2020 fell to the Covid-19 sword, the side set their sights on a new challenge in 2021, forming a side full of great, new players to compete in festivals up and down the North of England.
With over 200+ players and 13 teams entering the final festival in York last summer, the club and the RFL wanted to make LDSL as big as possible in 2022.
With a new kit, backed by a range of local sponsors, the side is going from strength to strength, starting their training session back off every Monday night at Eastmoor Dragons ARLFC.
Speaking on the return of LDSL, Rugby League Development & Inclusion Officer at the Foundation, Charlie Doherty, said, “We are delighted to see the return of Learning Disability Rugby League for the start of the 2022 season.
“2021 was a great year for all involved and we aim to make the sport bigger and better in the forthcoming year.
“It will be great to see new opportunities blossom, representing the club in the best possible way.”
For more information on how to get involved in our LDSL side for 2022, please email email@example.com.