The stars of the Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League played at one of rugby league’s most iconic stadiums this weekend, when Hull KR hosted the latest festival at the KCOM Craven Park.
On Sunday 11th August, The Robins played host to St Helens, Castleford, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves, York City Knights and Leeds Rhinos with the festival running from 11am-1pm, with free entry to the inspiring event.
The Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League is a collaboration between Super League, the RFL and the national social care charity, Community Integrated Care. It has seen 12 leading rugby league clubs establish accessible teams for people with learning disabilities and autism.
Participants play a specially adapted version of the game that they love at special festivals and Super League events.
Saints Learning Disability Rugby League team had a fantastic time at the festival as they played a variety of teams from Community Integrated Care’ Learning Disability Super League. We are immensely proud of all that played under the club badge and their effort and teamwork were second to none!