CWC are always looking for ways to give back to the local community. This is why we are the main sponsor of Siddal ARLFC for the next two seasons. Due to Siddal being the best amateur rugby league side in the country, we decided to sponsor the club to enable them help encourage and inspire over 150 children in 13 of their youth teams to be part of a great community club, develop their rugby skills, knowledge, fitness and health. Furthermore this will help enable the club to progress and move forward over the next two seasons.

Sponsorship Details

Main kit sponsor of all 19 Siddal teams.
380 Individual player kits bought for the club
Naming rights to the ground CWC Park

NCL: Myton 8 vs Siddal 32. HD

Yesterdays Grassroots Story: Myton host Siddal in a very entertaining NCL clash! Both teams were made to defend, but Siddal proved far too strong! Final score: Myton 8 Siddal 32.WATCH IN HDPLEASE TAG AND SHARE!for more like this visit www.grassrootsrugbymedia.comFilmed and edited by Shawn Boatin.Song: Trap Nation – Reims (I do not own this music)THIS IS GRASSROOTS. THIS IS WHERE IT STARTSwww.grassrootsrugbymedia.comCheck out our partners:Rugby Street Ltd : Your Boots Rugby

Posted by Grassroots Rugby Media on Sunday, 7 May 2017

U15 Challenge Cup Semi: Skirlaugh vs Siddal

Highlights from today's game:This one went right to the final whistle! It was a quality battle throughout the under 15's Challenge Cup Semi-Final. But in the end Skirlaugh RL emerged triumphant with the game ending 24-16.Filmed and edited by Shawn Boatin.For more check out our

Posted by Grassroots Rugby Media on Sunday, 11 June 2017

CWC have sponsored repeat clients The Bannatynes Group to help support their two charities Look Good Feel Better and Operation Smile UK as they aim to complete a 762 mile bike ride.

Five directors of The Bannatyne Group are undertaking a major physical challenge to raise £100,000 for the company’s two chosen charities. Inspired by the Tour de France, the five directors, Justin Musgrove (47), Anthony Elliott (36), Ken Campling (53), Steve Hancock (51) and Ed James (37) will leave Inverness on the 8th July, and cycle the 762 miles to Eastbourne, arriving 8 days later on 15th July.The team will stop at a number of Bannatyne health clubs en route.

We would like to wish the guys good luck on their cross country bike ride and hope more people support their chosen charities!

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