MOLDGREEN amateur RL club are setting their sights on a return to former glory.
Since losing their place in the National Conference League over a decade ago, the DRAM Centre-based club have found the going tough.
But with the open-age side having now switched from the winter Pennine League to the new county summer competition, they are experiencing a new lease of life, with their junior section also on the rise and under the command of a team of vastly-experienced coaches.
Coaching the Under 11s is former Moldgreen player Andrew Baimbridge, while ex-Great Britain utility back Roger Simpson is in charge of the Under 14s and Giants Scholarship coach Tim Jones oversees the Under 15s.
There are also running teams at Under 8s and 12s level.
On top of that, legendary Giants full-back Paul Reilly continues to coach Moldgreen’s open-age side.
“The future is looking really bright for us,” said Moldgreen spokesman Wayne Pegg.
“There have been rumours flying around that the club was about to fold, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, it’s quite the reverse.
“These are exciting times for the Moldgreen club.”