About LDRL

about ldrl

LDSL, a partnership between Community Integrated Care and rugby league clubs, offers a dynamic and engaging variant of the traditional rugby league game. This exciting version is tailored to individuals with learning disabilities, providing them with an opportunity to play rugby league in a non-competitive, safe and modified environment. Rather than physical contact, LDSL uses tags, allowing players to enjoy the sport without fear of injury.

Our weekly training sessions are held on Mondays from 6-7 pm at Golborne Parkside. The sessions are designed to develop core skills, such as agility, balance, and coordination, as well as specific rugby league skills, such as passing, catching and tactical awareness. Our training sessions provide a supportive and inclusive environment that encourages players to socialize and build friendships, creating a sense of camaraderie and belonging within the team.

Players enrolled in our program have the opportunity to attend festivals and play games against other LDSL teams throughout the season. This provides a fantastic opportunity for players to showcase their skills and engage in friendly competition, while also building self-esteem and confidence.

All of our training sessions and games are led by highly qualified staff with extensive experience within disability sport. Our staff are passionate about creating a safe and inclusive environment where all players can thrive and reach their full potential.

Overall, LDSL offers a unique and exciting opportunity for individuals with learning disabilities to engage in a sport they love, develop valuable skills, and build lasting friendships.

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