6th February 2018, 13:40 |
The Yorkshire Junior and Youth League has hit over 5,000 player registrations on the new registration system, LeagueNet.
Clubs from the league have taken in guidance to get on board with the RFL's new system and 5,085 players have been registered to date.
Having problems with LeagueNet? Visit the LeagueNet Support pages on rugby-league.com by clicking HERE.
History was made on Sunday as the UK's first-ever Physical Disability Rugby League match took place.
Leeds Rhinos took on Warrington Wolves and it was the Rhinos who took the spoils, winning 22-10 at Victoria Park in Warrington.
An estimated crowd of over 1,500 turned out for the match, which saw The Last Leg hosts Adam Hills and Alex Brooker go head-to-head.
Check out social media's reaction to the match:
History made as @RugbyLeeds win 22-10 against @WWCLSFoundation in the UK’s first-ever Physical Disability Rugby League match!— Rugby Football League (@TheRFL) February 4, 2018
Congratulations to everyone involved with @PDRLEngland on today’s success - huge things to come in 2018! pic.twitter.com/xKVUQscLBd
A massive thank you to @alex_brooker for representing the Rhinos today in our first PDRL game and @RLBarrieMc10 for his support. 👏We look forward to the next fixture against @WWCLSFoundation in Leeds later this year! pic.twitter.com/6pNjuXKngX— Rhinos Foundation (@RugbyLeeds) February 4, 2018
“I’d forgotten how tough rugby league is. I took some big hits today!”— Warrington Wolves (@wolvesrl) February 4, 2018
We caught up with The Last Leg’s @adamhillscomedy and @alex_brooker after both took part in the UK’s first ever PDRL match today pic.twitter.com/QRsNsjNEPj
Congratulations to @RugbyLeeds for winning the first ever Physical Disability Rugby League game against us @WWCLSFoundation 22-10. This photo of @alex_brooker and I sums up the result. pic.twitter.com/CYTB6AsYns— Adam Hills (@adamhillscomedy) February 4, 2018
After what was an amazing turnout of over 1500 spectators today, we need to increase our followers. So this is the challenge. RT this message to as many people as possible and let’s at least double our following. GO... pic.twitter.com/MZKJckqz8u— PDRL England (@PDRLEngland) February 4, 2018
Visit the PDRL page on rugby-league.com for more
Please could all clubs share the contact details of their designated fundraiser, so the Rugby Football League Development Team can support clubs with the latest information on applying for funding grants and fundraising opportunities.
Thank you to those who have already submitted their Designated Fundraiser contact details - please continue to send these to email@example.com.
The first funding newsletter will be sent out soon.
The 2018 RL Cares Community Game Raffle will begin this month.
The raffle can help you generate 70p for every £1 ticket sold. With great prizes on offer, it's one of the easiest ways to raise funds for community Rugby League clubs!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Spread the word about the achievements and opportunities at your club!
Promote the sport and get great reach.
Please send your news and pictures for rugby-league.com and the Rugby Football League's social media channels to: email@example.com.
Pre-season is in full swing for most summer teams - and now is the perfect time to head along to training and start (or re-start!) your Rugby League journey.
To find your local club today, email firstname.lastname@example.org and the RFL Development team will get to work on finding the perfect club for you.
Join the Rugby Football League-endorsed Rugby League Conference Facebook group today.
Click HERE or search 'Rugby League Conference' on Facebook, request to join and start networking with clubs.
The group is open to all UK-based Men's teams.