Dominos Rugby League Blog
Club Engagement Days
Haresfinch and Wigan Spring View served up a cracking treat of rugby league in a closely contested Division 2 league game for the Dominos Pizza, St Helens, Game of the week!
The game was played in fantastic warm sunny conditions, with the temperature reaching over 24 degrees in a warm Summer's afternoon.
The game saw Haresfinch take a helathy lead into the second half, however Spring View came back and with the score Haresfinch 36 v 30 Spring View, the last 2 minutes were end to end. Haresfinch eventually scored on 80 minutes and took the game 42 v 30.
Dominos Pizza, St Helens are always keen to hear from community clubs and any activity they are invovled in! They will help promote activity and signpost to local Domino's Pizza stores.
For more information on how you can get invovled please get in touch with the North West RFL Regional team through Twitter @rugbyleaguenw or through @dominossthelens
Good luck with the season!
Man of the Match - John Rees
Man of the Match Daryl Ridyard (Wigan Spring View) was this week's Domino's St Helens, Man of the Match.
Well done from all the Domino's St Helens store!
Community clubs will have a fantastic opportunity in 2012 to access some great rewards, offers and incentives that are all based around developing local opportunities in the community
Each community club team will be able to provide details on what community engagement they are providing and live examples of how they deliver and promote rugby league in their local community
The following three awards are available for community clubs to try and win:
- The Jon Wilkin award for ‘Outstanding contribution to Rugby League’
- The Steve Prescott award for ‘Commitment to community engagement’
- The Lee Briers award for ‘Team of the season’