How we help

Although its origins were in rugby, and it bears the club name, the Rosslyn Park Injury Trust supports people who have had severe injuries through participation in any sport.

We welcome applications to the Trustees, care of Sonia Ballsdon, Secretary at the Rosslyn Park Injury Trust, email

Recent support is shown below …


ACL reconstruction for Ewan, an 18year old rugby player who severely damaged his knee playing rugby. 


Specialist wheelchair for George, paralysed on school rugby tour, wheelchair bike for Grace, Bletchley RFC, who lost a leg after rugby injury, fund for  sons of Savenaca Koroibulileka, who died while playing for Oakham RFC

Adam, football coach, help with retraining after serious injury ended active career; Jack, paralysed Wimbledon rugby player, specialist exercise equipment

Sarah, kickboxer, assistance with rehab equipment; Tom, equipment for rugby player with spinal injury

Jack, Saracens rugby player diagnosed with cancer

David, tetraplegia after trampolining accident; Ryan, quadraplegia after swimming accident; Mark, ruptured ligaments following rugby tackle; Bret, cyclist, serious head injury after crash in training.

Sean, footballer, neck injury; Adem, spinal injury playing rugby.

, Blackburn RFC junior rugby player with paraplegia, wishing to play wheelchair rugby and achieve Olympic dreams

Supported Matt Hampson (Leicester Tigers) quadriplegic after a scrummaging accident in training with England U21; Alistair (Tynedale RFC), quadriplegic after an accident against Fylde; Gary, MotoCross racer, who lost his leg from above the knee.

Stuart, rugby player, suffered a broken neck; assisted Cricket Club with finance for disabled facilities.

Assistance for a young woman rock climber, paraplegic after an accident.