Return of LDRL delights Johnson

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Alike the rest of the LDRL squad, Steven is eager to get back playing with his teammates as they endured such unusual circumstances last season. The LDRL team took part in a number of festivals last year and similar events are looking to get planned for the upcoming season. Steven expressed just how much he is looking forward to putting the Cas jersey on again and representing the LDRL side.

“Oh, I can’t wait. It’s been too long now and feels like it’s been forever since we stopped playing at the end of the season last year. I just want to get back now.”

LDRL enters its fourth year of activity and its popularity grows year on year. Designed to ensure no prospective player is excluded from playing, the variant sport meets a diverse range of requirements of rugby league players with disabilities.

Steven spoke of why he enjoys the LDRL variant and his appreciation to the coaches who have done such a good job supporting him and the rest of the team.

“I enjoy the interaction and meeting new people the most about playing LDRL.

“The coaches Mat, Rob and Carl are amazing. Without them, I don’t know where we would be. They’re enthusiastic and make us work as a team really well. Everything they do at Castleford Tigers, not only for our team but the whole Foundation.”

For more information on how to get involved with the Tigers’ LDRL team, please contact [email protected].

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