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West Midlands charity Sport 4 Life UK has forged a new partnership with the Solihull Moors Foundation as part of a drive to help more disadvantaged young people in the town harness the power of sports-themed personal development. 

The initiative is aimed at widening access to Sport 4 Life UK’s renowned training expertise and will kick off in earnest at October half term with the launch of a Sports Leaders Qualification course for 13- to 18-year-olds.

With just days to go until opening fixture of Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) at Newcastle United’s St James' Park, organisers have released final details of what fans can look forward to in Newcastle at the Official RLWC2021 Fan Village on the Quayside over the opening weekend. 

Opening from 14:00 to 22:00 on Friday (14th) and 11:00 to 22:00 on Saturday (15th), fans and residents will be treated a whole host of fantastic entertainment options, as the party atmosphere comes to Newcastle's Quayside.

With financially troubled Wasps being suspended from the Premiership, after announcing they are set to go into administration within days, Exeter director of rugby Rob Baxter says a 10-team Premiership could be the best way to ensure England's top tier thrives in the future.

Wasps follows Worcester who were also suspended from the division after entering administration. This comes as clubs struggle financially in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

vivo, the global leading technology company, has been announced as the Official Smartphone and the only Official Sponsor in the smartphone industry of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM.

The company’s new foldable device the X Fold+, which was launched in mainland China in conjunction with FIFA’s 118th anniversary, is the first official foldable smartphone and it will appear in Qatar 2022 matches to provide support for the preparation and staging of the event.

£40,000 grant awarded to help the Birmingham 2022 volunteering programme live on beyond the Games. Spirit of 2012 has announced the award of a grant of £40,000 to the Birmingham 2022 Organising Committee to help secure the future of the Commonwealth Games’ volunteering programme.

The 14,000 people, known as the Commonwealth Collective, generously volunteered their time over the summer are credited as the most diverse group of volunteers ever seen in the UK.