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  • Team Sunderland set themselves a muddy challenge for Grace House

    February 17, 2020

      NRL’s Sunderland team will take part in Mad March Mare on 29th February – the North East’s muddiest obstacle course. As part of a year-long fundraising partnership with Grace House, the team is aiming to raise £1k as they train to take part in the muddiest of races.   What is Mad March Mare? […]

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  • Focus on Fortitude IV – Rowing into victory

    January 14, 2020

      Having set off from the Canary Islands 32 days ago, when they had never attempted the epic challenge of rowing across the Atlantic Ocean before, amateur team Fortitude IV rowed into Antigua late Monday 14th January 2020 – lifting the trophy as the winners of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2019. Credit: Ben Duffy […]

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  • NRL’s Sunderland team announce charity partnership with Grace House

    December 9, 2019

    NRL’s North East recruitment team have pledged their support for local charity Grace House. The recruitment team, located near to Grace House in Sunderland, will partner with the charity throughout 2020 to provide support and fundraising. Grace House provide families with much needed short break and respite care for children with complex difficulties and autism. […]

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  • Focus on Fortitude IV – The final countdown

    December 2, 2019

      When NRL announced their sponsorship of amateur rowers Fortitude IV earlier in the year as they began training to row the Atlantic Ocean, the race seemed a long way off. Now as the rowers arrive at the start line in La Gomera, that challenge to row 3,000 miles unaided across the Atlantic is becoming […]

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  • Focus on Fortitude IV – Charity Ball raises £77,000

    October 23, 2019

      If you think training to row the Atlantic Ocean in a competition deemed the World’s toughest row sounds hard enough work, Fortitude IV stretched themselves even further this month when they organised a Charity Ball in aid of West London Zone. The four friends were keen to raise as much money as possible for […]

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