Aspatria Hornets ARLFC from Allerdale were successful in securing £5,037.74 towards a lawnmower to help them maintain their pitches along with rugby league equipment to assist their junior section increase participation.
Barrow Island ARLFC from Barrow-in-Furness awarded £9,817.20 towards a tractor mower, new goalposts and dugout repairs to assist the club’s new pitch completion project.
Cockermouth Titans ARLFC from Allerdale awarded £12,277 towards ball-stop netting and posts, fencing, posts and post protectors to help their pitch improvements.
Egremont Rangers ARLFC from Copeland awarded £14,500 towards groundworks to create 3 new training pitches at their recently acquired Malcolm Barr site to include one full size training pitch and two smaller pitches, which will enable the club to grow and offer more playing opportunities to the local community.
Glasson Rangers ARLFC from Allerdale awarded £12,120 towards refurbishing their leaking club house and changing rooms roof.
Kells ARLFC from Copeland received £2,439 to help redevelop an additional pitch with new goalposts, post protectors and corner poles / flags to allow more teams to train and compete.
Lowca RLFC from Copeland received £9,000 towards a tractor mower to allow them to maintain their own playing surfaces, saving money they previously paid to external grass cutter contractors.
Maryport ARLFC from Allerdale received £3.681.11 towards kit and equipment to grow number of junior players and teams from minis right the way up to Under 14s.
Millom ARLFC from Copeland awarded £9,063.10 towards their clubhouse improvements to create a welcoming environment and securing the club’s long-term future.
Roose Pioneers ARLFC from Barrow-in-Furness awarded £14,000 towards perimeter fence around their playing pitches to secure and protect from open field vandalism and animal / dog fouling.
St Benedict's Catholic High School from Copeland awarded £14,999.19 towards various ground equipment to help them look after their playing surfaces, along with some playing equipment to create a hub for rugby league in Cumbria.
Whitehaven Academy from Copeland awarded £1,392 towards goalposts and post protectors to increase the number of pupils at the school given the opportunity to play rugby league.