Yorkshire and the Humber
Bentley ARLFC from Doncaster awarded £14,068.60 towards cost of improving playing experiences by installing new goalposts, purchase of lawnmower, line marker and fencing, along with some playing equipment for the development of the game.
Beverley Braves ARLFC from East Riding or Yorkshire awarded £5,531.42 towards rugby league equipment to support the development and growth of their junior section.
Calderdale Community Coaching Trust trading as Halifax RLFC Foundation awarded £833.45 towards rugby league equipment to start a new Under 19s women’s team in support of their programme of activity for women and girls.
Calderdale College awarded £3,308.40 towards kit and equipment to develop and improve their rugby league offer to increase participation of female players and further develop their disability sport sessions to incorporate more rugby league activity.
Castleford Tigers Women Development from Wakefield awarded £441.52 of rugby league equipment to grow the game for girls in the area.
Catterick Crusaders Rugby League Club from Richmondshire (North Yorkshire) awarded £4,368.60 towards kit and equipment to increase the number of young people playing at Under 14, 15 and 16 age groups.
Drighlington Amateur Rugby League Club from Leeds were granted £1,459 to replace their home pitch’s goalposts and post protectors to create a welcoming environment.
Doncaster Toll Bar ARLFC awarded £9,615.62 towards installation of an outdoor obstacle course to engage new people and members to the club from the local community by giving them a different offer.
East Leeds Community Sports & Social Club (Home of East Leeds ARL) awarded £14,852 towards refurbishment of their ground floor clubhouse to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the club.
Eastmoor Dragons ARLFC from Wakefield awarded £10,720 towards modernisation of clubhouse to create a welcoming environment for its existing and increased new players at the club.
Forge Valley School from Sheffield were awarded £2,091.26 to support School Games Organisers across South Yorkshire with equipment to run and develop Tag Rugby League competitions as part of the county wide approach / offer.
Fryston ARLFC from Wakefield awarded £2,280 towards goalposts and post protectors to support the club’s 100 registered junior players and an open age adult team.
Garforth Academy from Leeds were granted £2,569.14 towards kit and equipment to help facilitate the secondary school in running new teams across their school.
Goole Vikings ARLFC of East Riding of Yorkshire awarded £6,790.53 towards kit, equipment, goalposts and storage unit to help the club grow and continue in its next phase of development and create a hub of rugby league activity in the area.
Greetland Allrounders ARLFC from Calderdale were awarded £546.56 towards equipment create a new girls’ team at Under 14s age group and sustain more participation at Under 12s.
Halifax Wheelchair Rugby League Club from Calderdale awarded £11,168.44 to help increase wheelchair rugby league participation at several age groups and ultimately create a new development team and a junior squad of U16s.
Heworth ARLFC from York awarded £11,250 towards a development of their onsite gymnasium facility and £6,750 towards ground tractor to help them maintain 3 playing pitches and an equivalent of 2 more acres of grass training fields.
Hull FC Rugby Community Sports and Education Foundation awarded £14,999.40 to assist them renovate changing rooms, toilets and kitchen at their Bonus Youth Performance Centre.
Hull Wheelchair Rugby League awarded £11,353.78 towards new wheelchairs and equipment to help increase participation in the wheelchair format of the game.
Hull Wyke ARLFC awarded £15,000 to assist with the development of an indoor training facility at the club to be used by its members and the local community.
Illingworth ARLFC from Calderdale awarded £11,750 to purchase storage cabins and convert them to changing rooms to provide their growing juniors (boys and girls) teams a safe environment to change and wash before and after games / training.
Milford Sports Club (Home of Milford ARLFC) from Leeds awarded £13,926 to refurbish and develop an external unused and dilapidated area to create a more welcoming environment for training and a social space.
New Earswick All Blacks ARLFC from York awarded £3,442.87 towards kit and equipment to help delivery and growth of their junior age groups from Under 7s through to Under 11s by 2021.
Newsome Panthers JRLFC from Kirklees awarded £10,473.91 towards ground equipment to help improve their playing surfaces and rugby league equipment to continue growing its junior section.
Shaw Cross Sharks ARLFC from Kirklees awarded £7,000 towards renovations to their gym flooring, club house hot water system and lift repairs to create a more welcoming environment for a large community club supporting teams at all levels.
South Leeds Spartans ARLFC awarded £1,544.44 towards new kits and equipment so two new age groups of girls could be added.
Stanningley SARLC Ltd from Leeds awarded £8,300 towards refurbishment of changing room floors to create a welcoming and safe environment.
University of Leeds Women’s Rugby League Club received £1,341 towards kit and equipment to help grow its playing numbers.
West Leeds ARLFC awarded £3,237.74 towards new goalposts, post protectors and line marker, which create a safe and welcoming environment for their growing members.
Wibsey Warriors ARLFC from Bradford awarded £4,371 towards rugby league equipment to support the sustainability of the club and allow for future growth.
York City Knights Foundation awarded £4,348.06 to capitalise on the impact of the RLWC2021 coming to York to support their participation growth plan for children from the area aged 4-16.