Rochdale Mayfield year 11's end season celebrations

Date published: 14 December 2021

Rochdale Mayfield Rugby League year 11's held their awards night recently, with special guests, ex-Mayfield juniors, England and Super League stars Matty Lees, of St Helens, and Matty Ashton, of Warrington Wolves.

Awards went to top try scorer, George Hartley; players' player and coaches' player, Charlie McKler; and player of the year, Tyler White.

The team also celebrated raising almost £1,500 for the Race for Life charity.

Furthermore, the current crop of four- to six-year-olds for Rochdale Mayfield and Hornets Foundation's introduction to rugby league were also celebrated with awards. The fun sessions are free of charge and offer a start in the sport to the boys and girls of Rochdale.


Some of the current group are pictured with the coaches and club President Barry Edwards
Some of the current Rochdale Mayfield and Hornets Foundation's introduction to rugby league group
are pictured with the coaches and club President Barry Edwards


The Year 11 team is always open to new recruits and looking forward to the season restart in February 2022; training continues over winter.

The children's introductory sessions place on Saturday mornings between 10 and 11am at Mayfield's Castleton ground and restart after the Christmas break on Saturday 8 January 2022.

Contact Simon on 07920 865 106 for further details.

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