London & South East
Brixton Bulls RLFC from the London Borough of Lambeth awarded £4,302.99 towards kit and equipment to create new teams and grow the game in Lambeth and the surrounding area.
Bromley Bengals Junior Rugby League Club from Bromley awarded £3,632.16 to engage new players and team creation.
Brighton and Hove Rugby League from Brighton and Hove awarded £3,933.96 to create new teams.
Elmbridge Eagles Rugby Club from Elmbridge Borough Council in Surrey awarded £10,446.99 to facilitate improvements at their Oaken Lane Ground with grounds maintenance equipment, along with rugby league playing equipment.
Grange Community Junior School from Rushmoor awarded £447.74 to grow the game.
Invicta Panthers RLC from Maidstone awarded £4,130.52 towards kit and equipment to grow the game at their new long-term home at Bicknor Road with exclusive use of the clubhouse and facilities during the season.
London Skolars Junior Rugby League Club from Haringey awarded £2,623.36 to create new teams.
London Skolars Limited from Haringey awarded £6,705 towards a creation of an education and meeting room to be made available to the local community and provide opportunities to rugby league coaching, match officiating and volunteering groups.
London Youth Games Foundation based in Redbridge awarded £5,405 towards equipment to facilitate their already strong Y5/Y6 competition and grow the Y8/Y9 competition within their school games programme which sees 33 London boroughs participate.
Medway Dragons RLFC (Wh) from Medway awarded £15,568.19 to purchase chairs that can make the game more accessible.
North Herts Crusaders RLFC from North Hertfordshire awarded £3,466.70 towards kit and equipment offering their younger age groups the opportunity to play rugby league and increase the numbers of players participating in the sport.
Oxford Cavaliers Rugby League (21/22) from Cherwell awarded £17,707.06 for new changing facilities.
Richmond Rugby League Club awarded £2,326.74 towards kit and equipment to redevelop their U11 team and the aim to create a minis section.
Soldiers League Charity (Army Wheelchair Rugby League) based in Aldershot (Rushmoor) awarded £11,706.84 towards new wheelchairs and rugby league equipment to provide injured soldiers with the opportunity to play the sport they love.
South London Silverbacks RLFC from Bromley awarded £3,724.22 towards kit and equipment to expand their offer of rugby league activity for juniors and women.
Southern Rugby League Referees Society from Wealden awarded £5,431.08 towards equipment to regional match officials centre in the South East and Midlands to grow the number of referees in the two regions.
West Oxfordshire Levellers RLFC awarded £3,265.34 towards kit and equipment as a new club in the West Oxfordshire district.