March 10, 2023

Trinity Talent Pathway sets its sights on Easter

Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation is delighted to announce that our Trinity Talent Pathway programme will be running during the Easter Holidays.

Our Trinity Talent Pathway (TTP) consists of non-selective, open-access sessions that give male and female players from u12’s to u16’s (non-scholarship) the opportunity to develop at a professional club in a performance environment. 

Delivered by experienced development and performance coaches, these sessions focus on developing technical, tactical, movement, mental skills, and game sense to develop every player and allow more players to demonstrate their potential. 

Trinity has a history of an incredibly successful academy set-up, with notable members of the first-team squad such as Harry Bowes and vice-captain, Jordy Crowther, coming through the ranks at the club.  

Running from Dewsbury Rams RLFC, we will run four separate sessions, with the boy’s year 7 session taking place on Wednesday 12th April from 10am-12pm followed by our year 8 session, 1-3pm. Then, on the following day, our year 9 boys’ session will take place from 10am-12pm before our final girls’ years 7-11 cohort at 1-3pm on Thursday 12th April 2023. 

Speaking on the programme, Rugby League & Inclusion Officer, Charlie Doherty, said, “Following the huge numbers in the February half-term, we are delighted to bring back our Trinity Talent Pathway programme for Easter.

“The skill on show was clear to see, and with the majority of players heading into the first few weeks of the season with their Community Club sides, we are hoping to develop their game even further.”

To sign up for the boy’s programme, please click HERE.

To sign up for the girl’s programme, please click HERE.

Alternatively, for more information, please email