Midlands

Bassetlaw Bulldogs RLFC from Nottinghamshire awarded £3,869.71 of kit and equipment for their touch rugby team and goalposts for their playing pitch. 

Bears in the Community CIC from Coventry awarded £14,946.75 towards equipment and kit to help set up and establish 3 brand new satellite clubs to enter the Midlands Junior RL and grow the Coventry Bears brand and fan base to increase activity and access to rugby league in the area. 

Bolsover Bulls RLFC from Ashfield in Nottinghamshire, a newly created rugby league club in 2019, awarded £2,533.23 towards kit and equipment to grow their boys and girls teams after a successful first season, and £19,075 towards renovation of their ground and new club house facilities to create a permanent home for the club.

Boston Buccaneers ARLFC from Lincolnshire awarded £3,261.84 towards storage container and equipment to sustain and grow the club. 

De Montfort University from Leicester awarded £1,904.75 towards kit and equipment to create new 9s team and introduce social tag to students. 

Derby City RLFC from Erewash awarded £2,561.12 towards rugby league equipment to help grow their junior section and give young people the opportunities to play the sport.

East Markham Parish Council from Nottinghamshire awarded £15,000 towards development of a new clubhouse for Bassetlaw Bulldogs RLFC in partnership with East Markham Playing Fields Association comprising of changing rooms, showers, toilets and public area.

Leamington Royals Rugby League from Warwick awarded £3,028.32 towards kit and equipment to help launch their junior section and specifically their U15 junior boys team and in future progress to create a new U12s boys team. 

Sherwood Wolf Hunt RLFC from Newark and Sherwood awarded £3,597.73 towards kit and equipment to provide more rugby league opportunities to the people of North Nottinghamshire. 

Telford Raiders RLFC from Telford and Wrekin awarded £6,314.97 towards kit and equipment to create new junior teams to the West of Birmingham area, specifically Telford, Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton.

University of Leicester Rugby League awarded £1,175.19 towards kit and equipment to grow their male teams and aspire to create a women’s team. 

University of Lincoln Rugby League awarded £727.62 towards rugby league equipment to raise awareness of the game, offer taster sessions and ongoing sessions to the university students. 

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