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Saracens Wheelchair Rugby Club partners with Allianz to provide wheelchair sport opportunities for anyone with a physical disability.
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Gallagher Premiership team Saracens have launched their very own Wheelchair Rugby Club in partnership with Allianz, providing sports opportunities to disabled individuals in the Hertfordshire and North London areas.
Saracens Wheelchair Rugby Club (SWRC) offers people aged 11+ the chance to take part in wheelchair rugby. Adults aged 16+ and juniors 11+ can also participate in training sessions.
Saracens Wheechair Rugby Schools Programme will team up with SEND Schools across the Herts and North London locations to provide a pathway for participants to attend the junior sessions at SWRC.
Carolyn Rich, head of brand marketing and social responsibility, Allianz Insurance said:
“Allianz is delighted to be supporting Saracens Wheelchair Rugby Club as part of our partnership with Saracens and long-term commitment to Paralympic sport.
“Through the programme, Saracens Sports Foundation is able provide more opportunities to both adults and young people that didn’t have the chance to play sport before and its fantastic to be a part of that.”
Tom Horey, Chairman of SWRC, said:
“SWRC offers a fun, safe environment with no judgement for someone to play the sport and with Saracens and Allianz backing it’s a good opportunity to join a fast-growing club that has the potential to be successful and offer a variety of playing opportunities” (via premiershiprugby.com).