31st July 2017, 15:28 | sky_try
Rugby League Foundations were busy getting involved with community clubs this week as the school summer holidays kicked off.
First up, the Leeds Rhinos Foundation took Sky Try ambassadors Brett Ferres and Kallum Watkins along to Milford Marlins for a session which saw players develop their Rugby League skills at Kirkstall.
And Hull FC were in celebratory mood after a year of delivery which has seen 4,000 primary school children enjoy Rugby League sessions.
Check out this great video to get a taste of what they've been up to:
Meanwhile, Wigan Warriors put on an amazing celebration of Rugby League at their Orrell training base - the Warriors Fan Day.
Hundreds of kids from ten teams took part in a vibrant festival, ahead of an academy match at the club.
Elsewhere, Huddersfield Giants celebrated a groundbreaking year which saw them engage with 85,000 people!
Leeds Rhinos TV | Sky Try event with Prince Harry
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