One of our Play Touch Rugby League players has been featured in the Yorkshire Post this week in the Life & Style section. Simon Glenn who normally plays with the 'Upbeat Bandits' is in his second year with the CCCT and Calderdale Touch on Savile Park.
Simon suffered a career ending injury when he was involved in a tackle which saw him break his neck. He was millimetres from paralysis but thankfully made a full recovery. After an 8 year break his return to Rugby was with our Touch programme last year.
The CCCT are fully aware of the health benefits of playing touch rugby league and hope this article will reach more people who want to come back to rugby league. As it is a low contact sport it is open to anyone who can catch a ball and run to score a try.
Our summer programme is drawing to an end this month but please keep an eye out for our winter league with details to follow soon.