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Results 23 March 2019

LSH 07    Didsbury  51 (A) Lancs. League

LSH 2nd  12  Helsby Ist  21  (A)   NWL2S

LSH 3rd  L  St.Edwards OB W    NWL D4W

Fixtures 30 March 2019

LSH v Littleborough (H) Lancs League

LSH 2nd v Bowdon 2nd  (H)   NWL D2S

LSH 3rd  v  Wallasey 1st  (A)  D4W



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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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Liverpool St Helens continued their poor end to the season with a heavy defeat against third place club Didsbury.

Although the home side always looked the most dangerous, sadly as so often in recent games, LSH were the architects of their own demise. If anything, although going behind 3-0 to an early penalty, the Moss Laners had had the best of the game as it approached the 35 minute mark before disaster struck. Whilst attacking down the right wing the ball was lost 20 yards short of the Didsbury line and was picked up by the Didsbury left winger who ran 80 yards unchallenged to score. Two minutes later a penalty was added to the conversion to give the home side a 13-0 lead at half time.

The second half saw the unveiling of the third runway close to the nearby Manchester Airport, in a straight line down the Didsbury left wing to the LSH try line, as the speedy winger scored three more rapid tries from distance to take the game away from LSH. Alex McClurg showed what night have been with a neat try to make it 32-7 before the Toc H lads ran in three more scores to bring up the half century.

On the plus side, 17 year old winger Sam Walker in only his second start showed good pace when given the chance and amidst the onslaught, former colts Paddy Royle, Sam Ward and Dan Webster put in a decent shift for their club and get better with every game.  

Team 15 Kean 14 Walker 13 Cunliffe M 12 Wilson 11 Johnston 10 McClurg 9 Fearns 1 Gore 2 Houlton

3 Heywood 4 Royle 5 Forster 6 Arnold 7 Ward 8 Webster. 16 Metcalfe 17 Hall 18 Donlevy.

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