- About Us
- Brief history
- Meet the team
- Our president
- Our volunteers
- Our trustees
- Join Us
In 2018 we formed our own Rugby League side to prove that a stoma is no barrier to playing even -the toughest of contact sports and were amazed by the response.
We’ve had some great success so far with some household names from the sport of Rugby League supporting us including Josh Charnley, Paul Anderson, and Anthony Gelling.
You can read Paul Anderson’s story here
Antony Gelling produced a fabulous video for us prior to our game at Chorley Panthers in June 2019 which you can watch here
We’ve also had some great media coverage and have featured in the following publications and programmes:
BBC News online, BBC Sport online, BBC 5 Live Rugby League podcast, The Guardian, Forty-20 Magazine, Proper sport, Kirklees TV, BBC Radio Lancashire, Rhubarb Radio, Howfen FM, Chorley Guardian, Lancashire Evening Post, Rugby League Express.
We play a mixture of rules depending on our opponents, from full contact RL to Tag or touch, and we’re always looking for new players so get in touch if you’d like to play for us!
Read about our players experiences of playing for us here in our ‘Rugby League stories’ feature
Find out more about our 2018 and 2019 seasons here
Support us by buying our merchandise here
We’re hugely grateful to our Team of 2021 sponsors.
Gold sponsors – Securicare Medical https://www.securicaremedical.co.uk/
Silver sponsors -ConvaTec https://www.convatec.co.uk/
Bronze sponsors – Cheney Payroll services http://www.cheneypayrollservices.co.uk/
Shorts sponsors – Welland Medical https://wellandmedical.com/
Training sponsors – Amcare Group https://www.amcaregroup.co.uk/
Paul Anderson – Ex Great Britain, England, Leeds Rhinos , Halifax, Bradford Bulls & St Helens. Current England Knights and Warrington Academy head coach
Api Pewhairangi – ex London Broncos & Ireland
Tom Kaye – Team Colostomy UK & Leeds Rhinos PDRL
Kav Ellison – Team Colostomy UK & Chorley Panthers
John Flood – Team Colostomy UK
Graham Wells – Team Colostomy UK