Sale Sharks Community Trust, in partnership with the Lancashire Cricket Board, are launching a brand new 'Crickby' programme, managed by Jo Edwards (Break Thru Officer). The programme aims to encourage participation for Young Adults aged 16 and over in Black Minority Ethnic communities across Manchester.
Sale Sharks Community Trust are offering a great opportunity for players between 12-16 years old to fine tune their rugby skills and work with a range of professional coaches, including Sale Sharks academy coaches, County DPP coaches and RFU qualified coach developers.
As part of our continuing commitment to women and girls rugby development, Sale Sharks Community Trust are holding a Ladies Day which is open to all females aged 18 years old or above, who want to improve their existing rugby playing skills and learn from professional coaches.
The Sharks Community Trust have been travelling on the road recently, as they have recently been to a school in Wales to deliver the highly successful Number Cruncherz Programme, in association with MBNA.
Speaking after Saturday's Singha Premiership 7's event, captain James Mitchell knows there will be plenty to be wary of at Friday's Singha Premiership Rugby 7s final, but says Sale Sharks are up for the challenge.