24th January 2018, 17:34 | sky_try
After the winter break, Sky Try delivery is back in full swing as club foundations kick off the new year.
Medway Dragons were back out at Brunt Oak primary school in Gillingham ahead of the new season...
Meanwhile, St Helens got first team stars involved in their regular Stadium Experience days with local kids...
And they were busy developing skills across primary and secondary schools...
Both boys and girls are currently benefitting from the hard work of the York City Knights Foundation:
Our @SkyTryRL secondary school programme is in top gear this half term delivering sessions to 4 leading secondary schools across the city benefiting both boys and girls. #GrowTheGame #busyTimes pic.twitter.com/0KVL4LBZhS— YCK Foundation (@yckfoundation) 16 January 2018
A huge week for the Bradford Bulls Foundation saw 900 local children engaged through Sky Try.
Last week we delivered @SkyTryRL in @stfrancisbrad @tpsbd13 @HortonParkSch @Rainbow_Primary @bradfordacademy @RsmPrimary @BBEC1 @woodlandsce @SteetonPrimary @lidgetgreen Killinghall, St Matthews and Girlington Primary and engaged with over 900 children in the Bradford region pic.twitter.com/IuiU2gqBGL— Bulls Foundation (@BullsFoundation) 17 January 2018
We were back delivering @SkyTryRL @bradfordacademy this morning, Lots of fun was had with great quality and attitude in snowy conditions #Bradford #GrowingTheGame #GrassrootsRL #SkyTry #Development pic.twitter.com/7ktmbtNpLo— Bulls Foundation (@BullsFoundation) 19 January 2018
2nd week delivering @SkyTryRL @lidgetgreen YR 2 worked on pass and catch, decision making, communication and finding space but more importantly had FUN #Fundation #Bradford #GrowingTheGame #Development pic.twitter.com/UEeSrxAzaU— Bulls Foundation (@BullsFoundation) 19 January 2018
Catching and passing skills were the order of the day at Elloughton Primary School in Hull.
Sky Try taster sessions are set to take place next month thanks to the Rhinos Foundation.
Calling all children in years 1 and 2 interested in playing Rugby League! We are helping Ambassador clubs @garforthtigers_ and @ChapeltownC recruit new players for their under 7s age groups with two @SkyTryRL Taster sessions in Feb— Rhinos Foundation (@RugbyLeeds) 22 January 2018
All abilities welcome. Find out more below pic.twitter.com/Nzjivlushw
Meanwhile, a huge effort from St John Fisher to become Year 8 Girls champions in the Kirklees area:
Well done to @Fishers_PE who came first in the Kirklees Y8 girls rugby champion schools comp after taking victory on the final against @ManorCroft_PE.. A big well done to @AlmondburyHigh and @WMount for taking part #championschools @SkyTryRL pic.twitter.com/MGEkStESPg— Giants Community (@GiantsCT) 22 January 2018
Some great agility on show at South Cave Primary School in Hull:
Finally, the Leeds Rhinos Foundation lent a helping hand to Coventy Bears last week as part of their 20th Anniversary celebrations.
Watch more here:
Great to have @RugbyLeeds with us in Coventry @StMaryStBen primary school as our @SkyTryRL lead @troyperkins1976 delivers our rugby League programme the same day @leedsrhinos played @CoventryBearsRL #ForeverBears https://t.co/dCAAIFsELP pic.twitter.com/bNw6rChgQg— CoventryBearsRL (@CoventryBearsRL) 23 January 2018