In another huge week for Sky Try, Super League stars, both past and present, have found time to get involved with the grassroots ahead of a big Easter weekend of action.
First up, players on the Hudersfield Giants 'Evolution Pathway' were joined by the Giants' first team squad on Monday.
The Leeds Rhinos Foundation's great work also continued, with the likes of Matt Parcell, Jack Ormondroyd, Adam Cuthbertson and Tom Briscoe giving back to kids across the region.
Meanwhile, former Leeds star Chev Walker is getting stuck into his new role, within with Schools as part of the the Rhinos Foundation.
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Marker play, defence agility and mapping makes up this afternoons u13s Evolution Pathway skills carousel. pic.twitter.com/KHatcIQSQB— Giants Community (@GiantsCT) 11 April 2017
Former Super League stars Eorl Crabtree and Feka Paleaaesina getting hands on!
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Away from Super League, Newcastle Thunder's amazing work in the north east continued as over 100 local children from eight different schools got a taste of Rugby League on the Kingston Park pitch at their latest Year 7 Gilrs Sky Try festival.
In London, Sky Try delivery continued with London Broncos' Community Manager John Keyes helping facilitate another great event with Newham Dockers under 9s.
Finally, shout out to the Salford Red Devils Foundation - getting into the Easter spirit with George Griffin and Kriss Brining!