Fundraiser for Haresfinch Rugby Club to improve and upgrade facilities !

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Haresfinch Rugby and Community Club, based on Haresfinch Road, has operated as a community rugby club for over four decades.

The club shows junior athletes under the age of 7 their first tricks of the trade and trains players directly to the Open Age team, which competes in Division I Northwest.

The volunteer-led club is also popular for hosting community events and fundraisers in the clubhouse and function room.

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St Helens Star: Haresfinch has an under 7s squad at the clubHaresfinch has junior 7s teams at the club (Photo: Haresfinch ARLFC)

A key part of the amateur rugby league scene in St Helens, Haresfinch participants are now on a ‘mission’ to get to the next level and improve their equipment and facilities.

By setting up an online fundraiser, the club hopes to raise enough money to purchase a new sports camera with live streaming facilities.

This will allow Haresfinch to capture all the action on the field and share it with fans, families and friends who are unable to attend games in person.

It will also enable them to revisit games and find areas for improvement.

St Helens Star: The function room in Haresfinch has become a popular venue for events and fundraisersHaresfinch’sunction Room has become a popular venue for events and fundraisers (Photo: Haresfinch ARLFC)

Gordon Morris, one of the players at Haresfinch who founded the fundraiser, said: “As a community rugby club, we believe sport can bring people together and build strong relationships within our community.

“By upgrading our equipment, we can enhance the experience for all involved and create a more engaging atmosphere for our players, coaches and supporters.

“The new camera will enable us to produce high-quality video content that can be shared on social media platforms and our website.

“Not only will this benefit our club, but it will also help promote rugby league in our local area.”

St Helens Star: Haresfinch ARLFC, on Haresfinch RoadHaresfinch ARLFC, on Haresfinch Road (Photo: Haresfinch ARLFC)

Hoping to raise around £1,000, Gordon said everyone who donates will be named on the club’s website and social media platforms to show their gratitude.

Gordon added that this support “will make a difference and help us continue to grow and develop as a club”.

To support the Haresfinch Project, you can donate to the fundraiser here.