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From 2012 to 29 August 2018
Fixtures W.E. 07 December 2019
LSH v Fleetwood (H) ADM Premier
Second XV v Moore 1st (H) D2S
Third XV v West Pk 3rd (A) D4W
Junior Colts: Hoylake (A).
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Liverpool St.Helens FC: The Heritage
The HLF funded project for the creation of the archive of the exceptional history of the club from its founding in 1857 to the present day is in its concluding stages. it has been highlighted by a series of touring exhibitions which finished with a major event at Liverpool Central Library where the archive will be permanently maintained. Further tours are being planned . Report and Pictures
A web site devoted to the history and evolution of the club has been created at WWW.LSHHERITAGE.CO.UK. It is a work in progress; and we shall be grateful for comments to assist its further development by completing the usersurvey.
LIVERPOOL ST HELENS 22 ORMSKIRK 14 (League 30/11/19)
Liverpool St Helens followed up last week’s cup win over Ormskirk with another impressive display to secure a bonus point win in the ADM Premier League. Once again they had the majority of possession and territory, although on this occasion they were the recipients of two pieces of good fortune to help them on their way.
Both came either side of half time after Matt Johnston had given LSH a second minute lead with a try following a superb move involving Jamie Morris, Alex McClurg and Rob Bacon. 5-0. With 30 minutes gone and with LSH hunting for a second try a complete mix up in the Ormskirk defence and a lucky bounce of the ball saw young prop Tom Metcalfe gratefully dive over for the score, converted by Morris. 12-0.
LSH went further ahead when fly half Rob Sexton, becoming increasingly influential at the Lane, charged down a kick deep in his own half, gathered the ball and sprinted 80 yards to put LSH 17-0 in front after 59 minutes.
The final quarter was however, no easy run in for the Moss Laners as they were reduced to 14, then 13 and then 12 men with three yellow cards in the next eight minutes. A rejuvenated opposition took full advantage with two converted tries in the 66th and 75th minutes (17-14) before the home side reasserted when back to full strength, with an excellent try from winger Josh Lynch after an assist from Sean Richardson. 22-14.