Domestic Wheelchair Rugby League returns to training in the coming weeks ahead of the 2022 season.
Up in Deeside, Wales’ oldest team, North Wales Crusaders return to training this Friday 6-8pm at Deeside Leisure Centre and Ice Rink.
To find out more on how to join the team, email 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org
Down in Ebbw Vale, West Wales Raiders return to training on Saturday 22nd January, 11:30am-2:30pm at Ebbw Vale Leisure Centre, with plans to expand training to Pencoed.
To find out more on how to join the team, email 👉 email@example.com
Over in Trevethin, Torfaen Tigers return to training this Friday, commencing at 6pm at Bowden Active Living Centre.
To find out more on how to join the team, email 👉 firstname.lastname@example.org
Down to the nation’s capital, Wales’ newest Wheelchair team, Cardiff Blue Dragons start training on Wednesday 26th January, 6-7pm at Cardiff City House of Sport.
To find out more on how to join the team, email 👉 email@example.com
Please refer to https://wrl.wales/covid-19 for the latest Covid-19 regulations and always contact the respective club for their Covid-19 officer to confirm all local and arena rulings before attending.