Lancashire and Cheshire
Ashley High School a special educational needs school from Widnes received £449.84 towards equipment to develop the game of disability rugby league.
Ashton Bears ARLFC from Wigan awarded £9,434 towards refurbishment of their shower block and making it fully accessible from the changing rooms; and £24,176 for pitch renovation works.
Bank Quay Bulls ARLFC from Warrington were awarded £4,495 to build a catering facility at their council owned venue to allow for teams and visitors to be served refreshments.
Birchwood Community HS from Warrington awarded £2,399.54 towards kit and equipment to create 2 girls and 2 boys' teams at U14s and U16s age groups, working alongside Warrington Wolves Foundation and delivering after-school sessions.
Blackbrook Royals Junior RLFC from St Helens awarded £3,076.92 towards kit and equipment to create a female junior section consisting of two teams at the Under 14 and 16 age groups.
Blackbrook Rugby & Recreation Club from St Helens awarded £11,100 towards the upgrade of their boiler / hot water system and refurbishment of their showers in the changing rooms.
Blackpool Scorpions ARLFC from Blackpool awarded £15,000 to replace roof on existing building.
Bolton St Catherine's Academy from Bolton awarded £815.58 to grow the game.
Bridgewater High School from Warrington awarded £2,701.73 of kit and equipment to deliver more players with particular attention to increasing participation in girls and disability rugby league.
Cadishead Rhinos ARLFC from Salford awarded £14,500 towards installation of floodlighting at their clubhouse which will allow their teams to train on their pitches over the winter months instead of hiring facilities outside of the district at a high cost to the club.
Cardinal Newman Catholic High School from Warrington have been awarded £3,337 of new rugby league kit, equipment and goalposts to increase female participation.
Carmel College from St Helens awarded £2,624.12 towards new kit and equipment to help setup a new women’s section at the college.
Chester Gladiators Rugby League from Cheshire West and Chester awarded £2,600.68 to encourage greater participation in rugby league.
Clock Face Miners ARLFC from St Helens awarded £8,247.25 to improve their existing facilities.
Community Integrated Care from Halton awarded £2,571.99 to deliver rugby league sessions.
Crosfields ARLFC from Warrington awarded £47,500 to improve drainage, create a training pitch and refurbish changing areas.
Folly Lane ARLFC from Salford awarded £9,552 to improve changing facilities.
Garswood Stags RLFC from St Helens awarded £2,537.95 towards relocation of their rugby league pitch to unused football pitches and start a new Masters team, including some equipment towards new U7s section.
Golborne High School from Wigan were awarded £2,268.77 of new kit and equipment to assist generate inter-school and after-school activity.
Golborne Parkside ARLFC from Wigan awarded £3,779.14 to improve the quality of playing facilities.
Haydock Warriors ARLFC from St Helens awarded £2,584.32 of kit and equipment to attract new players and develop a new team of girls.
Haresfinch Rugby & Community Club from St Helens awarded £5,376.63 towards kit and equipment for their new Under 6s team and towards groundworks to create a brand-new bespoke junior rugby pitch; and £50,000 to increase capacity by building new changing facilities.
Heysham Atoms ARLFC from Lancaster awarded £5,022.37 to increase participation in the sport.
Ince Rose Bridge Junior ARLFC from Wigan awarded £4,251.61 towards rugby league equipment to aide their recruitment of more players and ball-stop netting to reduce the number of balls lost to the local housing estate.
Lancaster University RLFC awarded £402.12 towards equipment to grow the game via the tag format at the university club.
Little Digmoor Primary School from West Lancashire awarded £2,566.09 towards kit and equipment to work with Leigh Community Trust to create a hub of rugby league activity in the Skelmersdale area.
Liverpool Lions RLFC from Liverpool awarded £4,317.23 towards goalposts and equipment for their new venue at Adlam Park to help them grow the number of players and volunteers in the game.
Liverpool St Helens ARLFC from St Helens awarded £2,070.97 towards kit and equipment to expand their playing and coaching capacity with establishing a new second team at Open Age and an Under 18s team.
Manchester Metropolitan University awarded £1,416.35 towards rugby league equipment to create opportunities for new students to enjoy the game towards the build up to the excitement and momentum of the RLWC2021.
Newton Storm ARLFC from St Helens awarded £50,000 to refurbish and create additional changing space.
Pilkington Recs from St Helens awarded £6,341.93 to increase participation
Portico Vine ARLFC from St Helens awarded £3,630.42 towards kit and equipment to facilitate the growth of juniors at the club.
Preston North End Community and Education Trust awarded £2,000.58 towards playing equipment to help develop the sport of rugby league and provide the community of Preston a different sport for them to participate in.
Rainford High School from St Helens awarded £1,769.47 to grow the game.
Rochdale Hornets Sporting Foundation awarded £9,487.17 towards kit and equipment to develop a series of new initiatives and offers to help get more people playing rugby league more often in the Rochdale and surrounding areas.
Rylands Sharks ARLFC from Warrington awarded £8,694.86 towards rugby league and ground equipment to help setup a new junior club to play out of Bennet’s Recreation Ground.
Saddleworth Rangers ARLFC from Oldham awarded £14,521.02 towards development of an additional onsite training facility and create a more welcoming pitch side environment for players to use throughout the year.
Saints Community Development Foundation from St Helens awarded £15,363 to create a community engagement space.
Salford City Roosters ARLFC from Salford awarded £5,704.40 for equipment to grow the number of players within the club.
Salford Red Devils Foundation awarded £2,310.74 towards rugby league equipment to continue and increase their outreach activity in the Bolton area.
Shevington Sharks ARLFC from Wigan awarded £2,615.63 towards kit and equipment towards growing participation levels for their girls’ and touch / tag rugby programmes.
St. Augustine of Canterbury RC High School from St Helens awarded £15,000 to create a new training area for use by local clubs.
St Peter's Catholic Primary School from Warrington awarded £257.95 towards equipment to deliver rugby league after-school sessions.
St Peter's Pavilion Limited from Wigan, parent club for Hindley ARLFC, awarded £4,972.83 towards an innovative digital solution for signage at the club; and £15,735 to refurbish shower and changing areas.
Swinton Lions Community Sports Foundation from Salford awarded £2,738.96 towards equipment to help deliver the Jose Kenga Rugby League Diversity Program.
Tameside Knights RLFC awarded £2,774.46 towards kit and equipment to setup a new rugby league club in Tameside, a borough which currently has no rugby league participation to offer opportunities to adults playing open age and kids who are looking to develop in the game or start playing for the first time.
University of Liverpool Women's Rugby League awarded £1,384.58 towards kit and equipment to recruit new women into their rugby league team / section.
University of Manchester RLFC awarded £1,775.33 towards new kit and equipment to help setup a new women’s section at the club.
Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation awarded £11,198.40 towards new wheelchairs and equipment to help increase participation in the wheelchair format of the game.
Waterhead ARLFC from Oldham awarded £50,000 to create a gym that will be used by the current teams and wider community.
Wigan Bulldogs ARLFC awarded £2,795 of kit and equipment to create a new cubs’ section for children aged 4 and above.
Wigan Spring View ARLFC awarded £2,374.45 towards kit and equipment to help their juniors and open age teams continue to develop and grow.
Wigan St Cuthberts & Norley Hall Sports & Community Club awarded £11,000 towards renovation of their changing rooms in particular their showers, benches and lighting.
Wigan St Judes ARLFC awarded £8,925 to modernise the club’s existing clubhouse which was built in 1984 and currently caters for 22 teams.
Wigan Warriors Community Foundation awarded £3,907.04 of kit and equipment to expand rugby league activity in new areas of Blackburn, Bolton and Chorley.
Woolston Rovers Rugby League Club from Warrington awarded £14,999 towards refurbishment of their changing rooms and portable cabin to convert it into a ladies and gents toilet block.
Wythenshawe Community Rugby Club from Manchester awarded £7,031.96 for kit and equipment to create new teams.