London Irish are one of 14 Premiership Rugby clubs taking part in Project Rugby, a new grassroots engagement initiative in partnership with England Rugby and Premiership Rugby designed to increase rugby participation in under-represented communities. The programme will specifically engage black, asian & minority ethnic people, people from low socio-economic backgrounds and people with disabilities aged 14 to 24 with rugby union with the aim to engage 12,000 participants by summer 2018 in over 200 community areas across England.
The picture attached is of Andy Keast, Head of Community at London Irish with Jeremy Brownlee, Chairman of the Pump Technology Group.
It was taken at the London Irish Rugby Disability Festival on Sunday 25th February 2018.
It took place at The Dome, The Reading Football Academy Training Centre attached to the Madejski Stadium before the victorious game against Worcester RFC in the afternoon.
The participants ranged in age from 5-70 and covered all types of disability.
Pump Technology Ltd is proud to be associated with London Irish’s work in the community.