1st May 2018, 12:10 | Community
The 2018 Women's Super League season is well underway, with St Helens showing ominous form so far.
They have scored at least 40 points in all three of their wins so far this year and sit top of the table.
Check out the latest round-up HERE.
Do you play for a community club? A money-can't-buy prize could be on its way to you!
The club that has the most players signed-up to Our League with Dacia Player Dashboards created will win the Ultimate Club Package.
Full details are HERE.
The 2018 London Men's League season got underway on Saturday, with Hammersmith Hills Hoists picking up an 8-0 win at Eastern Rhinos, while Wests Warriors beat Hemel Stags 38-18 away from home in the top tier.
In the Championship, Brixton Bulls were also winners on the road - claiming a 24-12 round one win at South London Silverbacks.
Find out more about the London Men's League HERE.
Normanton Knights are aiming to set up u12s and u14s Girls teams - and they are hosting an open training session from 6.30pm tonight!
For more information, contact:
Tonight we start our adventure into Girls Rugby League the response has been fantastic can't wait to see everyone down tonight ❤️🖤 if anyone knows any girls (school years 6789) wanting to give it a our session starts 6:30-7:30 👍🏉❤️— Normanton Knights Girls (@NormyGirls) May 1, 2018
From St Ives to Luton, Nottingham to Worcestershire, and Catterick to Edinburgh, a host of teams from across the country are gearing up for the 2018 season to get underway.
Keep an eye out on rugby-league.com this week for previews from the East, North East and Midlands Men's Leagues.
With guest speakers such as Kevin Sinfield MBE and Professor David Collins this event is not to be missed!
Places are limited so please do book early to avoid disappointment.
Find out more and book HERE.
A reminder that ALL grassroots clubs can access a range of support from the Rugby Football League including free marketing and promotion assets and materials to help with player recruitment in schools and the local community.
To access this support, please contact Tom Brindle: firstname.lastname@example.org.
72 teams have so far registered their interest to be part of the new Player Development League.
The league is aimed at providing playing opportunities to youth and junior teams and players who can't commit to a full campaign.
Clubs who wish to register an interest in PDL or require further details should contact the RFL's Competition Manager David Raybould on email@example.com.
The 2018 Community Game raffle is now open. 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!
Visit rugbyleaguecares.org for more information.
For queries or funding assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've just taken delivery of all the tickets for the 2018 @PMI_Insurance Community Game Raffle, which will raise over £50,000 for amateur #rugbyleague clubs this year. Has your club got theirs yet? The winning tickets are here waiting to be ordered... https://t.co/NEfIdJDC1Q pic.twitter.com/5EDIZTDXRG— RL Cares (@RLCares) February 19, 2018
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.
The 2018 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.