What’s it all about?
Rugby league is one of the fastest growing team sports in the UK and the world.
It’s a fully inclusive sport which has a variety of adaptations to suit a range of participants. In the traditional format it is a 13 a side full contact collision sport. The higher the level played the more intense the fitness requirements. In attack the offence has a set of six chances or tackles to score before the ball is turned over to the opponents.
The sport encourages fitness at all levels, gives real importance to team work, builds confidence and emphasises respect and inclusion.
Find out more about the rugby league clubs in Kent through the following websites:
Medway Dragons Rugby League: Have teams at all levels from Minis at Under 7, 9 and 11 through to Juniors at Under 12, 14, 16 and 18 all competing in the London RL Junior League. There are Girls teams at Under 12 and 14, a Wheelchair Rugby League Team from age 10 upwards, a Masters team for the Over 35’s and two Open Age mens teams who compete in the rugby league Conference.
Invicta Panthers: Train and play at New Line Learning Academy, Maidstone and currently runs teams at under 13, 14 and 15/16.