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.
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.
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.
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.
Golborne High School from Wigan were awarded £2,268.77 of new kit and equipment to assist generate inter-school and after-school activity, with links to Golborne Parkside ARLFC.
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.
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.
Portico Vine ARLFC from St Helens awarded £3,630.42 towards kit and equipment to facilitate the growth of juniors at the club.
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.
University of Manchester RLFC awarded £1,775.33 towards new kit and equipment to help setup a new women’s section at the club.
Wigan Bulldogs ARLFC awarded £2,795 of kit and equipment to create a new cubs’ section for children aged 4 and above.
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.