Real Stories

"There wasn’t a single day that the IPF and the club weren’t there for me. It has made me appreciate rugby even more.”

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"People make assumptions about you if you're in a wheelchair and think you can't do things. It's quite interesting to challenge that."

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For a catastrophically injured rugby player, remaining a central part of a family that has been there through thick and thin is fundamentally important.

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Latest News

  • Congratulations Andy!

    Congratulations to IPF injured player Andy Barrow on being named as DisabilityPower100 Top Influencer by the ShawTrust.

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  • World OT Day 27 October 2020

    This World OT Day our resident Occupational Therapist Caroline Searight has discussed the changes made over the last 6 months and the powerful impact that has been achieved.

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  • On a roll in IPF marathon

    They should have been cheered on by thousands as the London Marathon took place through the streets of the capital.

    Instead, four intrepid heroes were waved off by World Rugby chairman, Bill Beaumont, to complete 26.2 miles around Kendal Rugby Club’s first team pitch. Three of them were in wheelchairs and all four were fundraising for the RFU Injured Players Foundation.

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