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Fixtures W.E. 19 October 2019

LSH  1st  XV    No Fixture   ADM1

Second XV v Anselmians 2nd (H) D2S

Third XV v Northwich 3rd (H) D4W

Junior Colts v Orrell   (H)   Friendly



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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 user survey.

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Adult Kick Off Times 3 pm, Saturday. Junior Colts (U17) Sunday, 12.30.........................................................................

Results 12 October 2019

LSH  v Widnes  Postponed   ADM1

LSH 2nd  20  Wilmslow 2nd 11  (A)    D2S

 LSH 3rd v Oswestry 2nd Postponed D4W     

Junior Colts  17  Winnington Pk 10  (H) (Friendly)


05 October

For only the second time in their history, LSH made the trip back to Liverpool Cricket Club, where it all began 162 years ago. At that time the cricketers were based in Edge Hill and it was there that Richard Sykes and Frank Albert Mather brought players together for the first ever Open game of Rugby Union.

On Saturday both sides produced an entertaining game worthy of both clubs heritage, with nine tries, played in a good spirit, due in part to excellent handling from a young referee.

Sam Walker opened the scoring for LSH in the seventh minute after a break from full back Alex McBride enabled the young winger to race over, McBride converting. 0-7. Collegiate immediately levelled after scoring to the right of the posts, 7-7 and although launching a number of pacy attacks failed to breach a determined and organised LSH defence for the rest of the half.  At the other end it was a different story with a McBride penalty 7-10 followed by two trademark tries from Darren Wilson. Collecting the ball from a clean line out close to the line, the skipper crashed though his tackler to score, followed by exactly the same manoeuvre a few minutes later when he saw off two tacklers. McBride converted both to

give LSH a 7-24 lead.

Centre Josh Ganson extended the lead soon after the break with a neatly taken try to collect the bonus point, 7-29, before Collegiate hit back with a forwards try on the hour mark. 14-29. LSH responded to quell any thoughts of a fight back with two scores in two minutes. The first with a splendid solo effort from McBride, having his best game yet for the Moss Laners 14-34, and a hat-trick try from Wilson in the right hand corner. 14-41. The home side weren't finished and scored again just before the final whistle 21-41 falling  just short of a bonus point which their performance deserved.

Team  15 McBride 14 Walker 13 Ganson 12 McClurg 11 Gibson M 10 Johnston 9 Wilson 1 Gore 2 Bonati 3 MacCauley

4 Royle P 5 Hall 6 Roberts 7 Thompson 8 Webster 16 Haywood 17 Jackson J 18 Potter

NOTE : LSH have no game for the next two weeks with the next outing on 26 October at Oldham.  

John Williams

Rise and Shine Rugby World Cup Quarter Final

Saturday 19th October, kick off 11.15am

Come down and let us cook your breakfast and lunch. Make it a day and stay

to watch the Senior teams at home afterwards - kick off 3 pm.

All welcome, club opens 10.45 am.

It is with great regret that we have to report the death at the age of 45 of Steve White a former LSH playing member. He had fought a long battle against cancer.

Our deep felt condolences are sent to his wife Katheryn and young family. Funeral arrangements to follow.