On Friday (31 January 2014) South Leeds Development Officer Lois held ‘Harry the Hawk’s Happy Hour’ at the Hunslet Club. The session was aimed to recruit new players for the Hunslet Parkside Academy tots and U7’s. Lois has been working within five local primary schools in South Leeds: Windmill
Development Officers Lois Forsell & Barry Eaton have been visiting local Primary Schools in the Hunslet Area for the past four weeks. They have been coaching year one and two pupils each week at Hunslet Moor, Hunslet St Mary’s and Hunslet St Joseph’s. The children have developed their physical
Half term saw two Rugby League camps at South Leeds Stadium run by Leeds Rugby Foundation South Leeds Development Officer Lois Forsell and Hunslet Hawks Head Coach Barry Eaton. Monday was the turn of the girls who were put through their paces and demonstrated excellent skills throughout the session.
The development of the boys and girls Rugby League in South Leeds schools is being spearheaded by local lass Lois Forsell. Lois is a young woman with experience and knowledge beyond her years. She plays hooker for Bradford Clayton Thunderbirds, she is an England Women’s International and was a
Seventy parents came into New Bewerley Community School last Friday to attend the Try Reading event with their children. Tom Palmer the author of the Try Reading books about Scrum and Steed shared the event with Lois Forsell and Harry The Hawk from Hunslet Hawks. Lois and Harry both
Hunslet Hawks have been in touch about this week’s schools tag rugby festival: We have been working hard over the past five weeks in local South Leeds primary schools coaching children in year two how to play tag rugby league, preparing them to play in a fun tag rugby festival.