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Results 03 November 2018

LSH 43 West Park 26 (H)   Lancs. League

LSH 2nd  109  Crewe & Nant 2nd  0 (H) NWL 2S

LSH 3rd  10  Waterloo 3rd  20 (A)   NWL D4W

10th Nov: Blank Saturday For All Teams

Next First XV Home League Fixture: 15th Dec


Friday 9th November:  Casual & Vets Festival

Friday 16th November: Liverpool University

Friday 23rd November: Ormskirk

All at Moss Lane, ko 7.30 pm



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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



    Saturday saw a large derby day crowd treated to a cracking game of rugby between the two teams at the top of the newly formed ADM Premier League. If ever a justification was needed for the recent bold step by the Lancashire RFU and its clubs to provide practical, regional and competitive rugby, this was it.  By the end of the afternoon LSH had reached the top spot, with just six points separating the top six clubs.  

    An all action opening saw West Park take an early lead in the 3rd minute after an LSH knock on delivered an interception try from 50 yards. LSH replied eight minutes later when a Danny Webster break in the West Park 22 was continued by Sam Ward to score. Park hit back soon after with a try under the posts to give them a 5-14 lead after 15 minutes. Although winning the lion’s share of possession LSH couldn’t make it count until skipper Darren Wilson burrowed his way over after a series of attacking drives, converted by McBride. In keeping with the frenetic pace of the first half, both sides added a further try in the closing five minutes, Jamie Morris racing over after a decisive break from Matt Cunliffe and one from Park by the left corner flag. Half-Time 17-19.

   LSH started the second half in determined fashion and went ahead with another short range piece of sniping from Wilson after his hard working forwards had transported the ball 40 yards to the line, converted by McBride. This signalled a period of dominance for the home side, skilfully martialled by Wilson and Alex McClurg at half back, going further ahead with a score from No 8 Danny Webster from a push over try before the ten point lead was almost immediately reduced to three, 29-26, with a second breakaway try from distance from the visitors with fifteen minutes to go.

    It was at this point that the Moss Lane Faithful held their breath, having witnessed their team conceding late tries too often this season.  On this occasion they needn’t have worried as LSH asserted once again, initially with a try from Alex McClurg after an excellent passing move and finally the best worked try of the afternoon from winger Lee Holland, after good work from Matt Cunliffe, Sam Ward and Chris Hall, both converted by McBride.


15 Morris 14 McBride 13 Cunliffe M 12 Cunliffe D 11 Holland 10 McClurg 9 Wilson D (capt); 1 Gore 2 Houlton

3 Fryer 4 Royle P 5 Potter 6 Hull 7 Ward 8 Webster; 16 Heywood 17 Arnold 18 Hall 19 Kearns 20 Lynch.

John Williams



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.  (Submit by the 4th November, if possible, as it will also be helpful for a segment of the final project report to be submitted to the HLF.)

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