Scotland Rugby League and Allied Mobility have joined forces ahead of the 2021 Celtic Cup. Allied Mobility is the UK’s leading wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV) specialist, dedicated to designing and building the best range of accessible cars available. Their knowledgeable mobility advisors are on hand to help you find the best vehicle to suit your needs, whether that’s to rent, buy or lease via the Motability Scheme. They offer free home demonstrations throughout the UK and have a fleet of mobile service vans so they can take care of your car without you visiting a garage.
As part of the deal the Scotland Wheelchair team will work with Allied Mobility to raise the awareness of Wheelchair Rugby League and the many benefits of playing the sport.
Ollie Cruickshank, Scotland Rugby League Operations Director had this to say on the partnership:
We are looking forward to working with Allied Mobility in the build up to and during the Celtic Cup and thank them for their support of our Wheelchair team in the build up to the Rugby League World Cup.
Aileen Reilly, of Allied Mobility, added:
Allied Mobility is delighted to support the 2021 Celtic Cup. After a particularly difficult year for everyone it’s great to see disability sports back in action. We wish all the athletes participating the best of luck and can’t wait to watch the matches.
This is the year of the Rugby League World Cup 2021
The Rugby League World Cup is taking place between the 23 October – 27 November this autumn and is the pinnacle of international Rugby League, globally contested every four years. RLWC2021 will be a breakthrough moment in the tournament’s history with the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions being staged together for the first time.
The three tournaments will take place in 21 venues across 18 host towns and cities in England. Both the women’s and wheelchair competitions will be contested by two groups of four teams, whilst the men’s tournament will see 16 teams compete across four groups.
RLWC2021 will be the most visible Rugby League event in history with all 61 games in the men’s, women’s and wheelchair competitions being broadcast live on the BBC.
Mission: Delivering the biggest and best ever Rugby League World Cup.
Vision: Creating inspirational moments that excite, engage and leave a long-lasting positive social impact.