Over the last few years, rugby league has grown in new and exciting ways.
Our game has become so inclusive with the women’s game kicking on and being broadcast on TV as has the wheelchair game. This autumn, things are set to reach new heights with the men’s, women’s and wheelchair World Cups taking place at the same time in a celebration of inclusive rugby league.
But in another exciting new venture in rugby league, PDRL continues to grow strong no more so than in Bradford where the Bulls are looking to grow PDRL with training sessions every Saturday from 10 am-11 am at Tong Training Facility (BD4 6NR).
The sport itself is a mix of contact and non-contact rugby league and can be played by anyone over 14 providing they have a disability. The sport is played on a 50m x 100m pitch and is nine a side.
If you are interested in joining, contact: email@example.com whether you want to get involved as a coach, admin or a player.
Ryan himself was a popular scholarship coach prior to the 2022 season and is leading the way in terms of coaching at the PDRL team whilst Andrew Nichols acts as project manager boosting the profile of the game and this new and ambitious team within the sport which started back in February as the seventh side to play under the Bulls name in 2022.
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