07 Sep 2018 in News
A great day was had by all on August bank holiday Saturday when there was a full day of rugby at the Club for the Challenge Cup final.
After lads and dads touch rugby, where Salford star Mark Flanagan joined in the fun (below), the first team had an impressive 50-6 win over Askam before the clubhouse was packed to watch the final and a live band.
Robert Hicks, who grew up watching Rangers with his grandad Ken Fisher, achieved a life’s dream when he refereed the final.
His mum, the Club's treasurer Karen Thompson, and family were at Wembley to watch him.
Club Chairman Shane Wilson said: “The day epitomized what the club is about. We are a family club that welcomes everyone and to see the younger generation taking part was great. The first team's win continued that and the bar was buzzing for the final and the band.”