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Commemoration Of Centenary Of The Death, 1917, Passchendaele, Of Liverpool Club Member Captain Noel Chavasse , VC and Bar - One Of Only Three People To Be Awarded The Victoria Cross Twice, And The Only Servicman During The First World War. More: click text.

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Results 16 September 2017  

LSH  36 Manchester Medics 12   SLC1

LSH 2nd  08 Lymm, 3rd 28     D3 South

LSH 3rd 15  New Brighton 3rd 22  D4 West


Fixtures 23 September 2017

LSH  v Anselmians (A)  SLC1

LSH 2nd v Anselmians 2nd (H) D3S/Cup

LSH 3rd  v Msyside Police (H)  D4W/Cup

   


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Calling

JUNIOR

COLTS

With a growing number of Under 17s joining up, the club is targeting

5th November to enter the Lancashire and Cheshire Junior Colts League.

If you are interested, contact John Foster, JohnFoster@RFU.com or 07738  648944

Training has started: Tuesday and Thursday 7 to 8.30pm. Come along.

Welcome To The First LSH Heritage Project Newsletter

September 2017

MARKING PROGRESS TO DATE

 LIVERPOOL ST HELENS 36 MANCHESTER MEDICS 12

Do not be fooled by the scoreline. As the game reached the hour mark this South Lancs/Cheshire One game was evenly poised at 12-12 with the some of the Moss Lane Faithful beginning to steel themselves for an upset. They need not have worried though as the youngish Medics resolute efforts in the previous 60 minutes caught up with them just at the same time as an experienced LSH found another gear.

The final quarter saw four excellent tries, two each from two of LSH’s most promising young wingers, John Romano and Alex McBride, with McBride completing a match hat-trick, to give LSH a third consecutive five point win and leave the Medics with no points but some satisfaction from their strong and impressive performance.

LSH took the field with Danny Webster making his comeback after a lengthy injury and the young flanker wasted no time in getting stuck in to produce an eye-catching display. LSH went ahead after nine minutes when Josh Houghton crossed after good work from Dave Cunliffe, converted by Dan Filson, 7-0. The Medics then bossed the next 30 minutes or so, scoring two tries and strongly defending everything LSH could muster. The first was from a catch and drive, 7-5 and the second in the 29th minute from a neat backs move, converted, 7-12.

The visitor’s defensive wall was eventually breached right on the half time whistle when McBride raced over after a quick passing movement featuring Houghton and Filson. 12-12

The third quarter was played as a stalemate with the Medics having most of the possession but failing to make it count and LSH seemingly waiting for their opportunity to pounce. And pounce they did as McBride notched his second in the 61st minute, 17-12, followed 10 minutes later by Romano latching on to a pass from Darren Wilson on the blind side of a scrum, converted by Filson, 24-12. Now in the ascendancy, Romano raced down the right wing to score again in the 74th minute, 29-12 before McBride completed his hat-trick with a superb 75 yarder, converted by Filson to finish the scoring at 36-12 with two minutes to go.

Team

15 Filson 14 McBride 13 Houghton 12 Cunliffe D 11 Romano 10 Johnston 9 Wilson D (capt)

1 Heywood 2 Williamson 3 Fryer 4 Royle P 5 Gore 6 Webster 7 Ward 8 Potter.

16 Lourens 17 MaCauley 18 Kean.


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