19th September 2017, 15:22 | sky_try
With the new school year now in full swing, professional Rugby League club foundation were busy getting out in the community thanks to Sky Try.
Kicking off with the Hull KR Community Trust, they were at Bellfield Primary with kids from years 3 and 4...
Meanwhile in Castleford, first-team Tigers Luke Million and Tuoyo Egodo headed down to local club Oulton Raiders to help out with coaching, while they took along the League Leaders' Shield.
Down the road at Wakefield the award-winning Trinity Community Foundation, they invited ambassador clubs for an evening at a Primary RL Festival on the Belle Vue pitch...
As always a great experience for the kids - thanks @WTCommunityRL for making them smile 👍👏— Emley Moor Juniors (@EmleyARLFC) 7 September 2017
Meanwhile in Salford, Walkden School managed a second-placed finish in their local school festival, hosted by the Salford Red Devils Foundation, to qualify for the regional finals.
More snaps from Castleford Tigers' busy week - this time Tom Holmes helping out at Garforth Tigers
The Wigan Warriors Community Foundation were making the Big Games Bigger at their match with Castleford Tigers on Sunday...
Elsewhere, the hard work continues in London with the Skolars Community Team:
Finally, it's congratulations to Newcastle Thunder - they were named 2017 Foundation of the Year at last night's Kingstone Press Championships awards dinner.