Jenna Brooks becomes RL Cares Ambassador

Jenna Brooks becomes RL Cares Ambassador

Rugby League Cares is delighted to announce that Jenna Brooks has joined the charity as an Official Ambassador.

Since 2020, Jenna has been a rugby league reporter and presenter on Sky Sports, having worked for the broadcaster at its London HQ since 2013.

She is a key part of Sky Sports’ Super League matchday presentation team and is a passionate supporter of both the sport and RL Cares.

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to help promote the work of Rugby League Cares, a charity which makes such an important difference to the lives of so many people,” said Jenna.

“In my role at Sky Sports I’ve met many players who have nothing but good things to say about the support they, or their team-mates have received from RL Cares.

“A lot of that support flies under the radar because it can be of a sensitive nature, but it’s important to get the message out that RL Cares is there to help when players need it.

“That’s where I come in as a RL Cares Ambassador and I’m looking forward to using my position in the sport to champion the great work of a great charity.”

Australia-born Jenna has been based in London since joining Sky Sports after previously working for Channel 9 and Fox Sports in Australia before a three-year spell as a freelance reporter in San Francisco.

As part of her role as Official Ambassador, Jenna will help raise the charity’s visibility, both within and outside the sport, assist with fundraising and join RL Cares at key events through the year.

Chris Rostron, the Head of RL Cares, said: “On behalf of the charity’s trustees and officers, I would like to thank Jenna for accepting the invitation to become a RL Cares Ambassador.

“Jenna has made it clear for some time how much she admires what we do, and we are delighted that she is coming on board to help us tell our story to the wider world.”