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TWO Northern clubs were in the Twickenham spotlight on Sunday when they collected their Whole Club Seal of Approval Award plaques from Rugby Football Union Senior Vice President Will Wildash.

The occasion of the England v Scotland Calcutta Cup match was a special day for two Liverpool St Helens ladies, Child Welfare Officer Trude Houghton and Mini-Junior Registration Secretary Elaine Smith, who received the club's plaque on the pitch during the half time interval.

Sharing the limelight with the Liverpool pair was Otley Chairman Paul Carter, who collected his club's Seal of Appoval plaque from Mr Wildash.

The Whole Club SoA assesses every aspect of a clubs infrastructure and was created two years ago to take the Junior & Youth SoA accreditation to a more advanced level. It is an even more challenging benchmark, but across the game clubs are signing up to both disciplines and putting in place procedures and programmes that deliver the highest levels of safety and support to anyone joining a rugby union club.

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