A Milestones for the Learning Disability Super League
Our Learning Disability Super League has grown rapidly over the past few years has lead to yet another milestone for the sport – in what is now the most played disability variant of Rugby League, the LSDL has recently surpassed the 300 participant mark!
Even in a four-year period that was hampered by the pandemic, the number of participants has almost tripled since 2019, whilst the number of participating clubs has risen from 8 to 17 in that time.
Reflecting on such a positive few years, Chris Godfrey, the RFL Social & Inclusion Manager, said: “We’re delighted to reach such a milestone, and immensely proud as we continue to break new ground in Social & Inclusion Rugby League.
“The rise in participating players and clubs is a direct result of the effort and passion being poured into this side of the game by all those at the RFL, Community Integrated Care and the club Foundations – we work closely together with the same drive as always, and are confident that there will be many more milestones to celebrate in the coming years.”