Rugby league

28th January 2005 at 00:00
Glasgow City Council has given the Easterhouse Panthers, which has produced players for Scotland and Great Britain at under-14 and under-15 level, a grant to develop players.

"It will enable us to provide a dedicated officer to engage the youth and junior population of the east end of Glasgow and provide a clear pathway to progress," says the club's juniors' co-ordinator, Mark Senter.

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