LIVERPOOL ST.HELENS FOOTBALL CLUB World’s Oldest Open Rugby Club: Founded 1857

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2016-2017

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Email: Andrew Harrison, dazzaharrison53@msn.com

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PRESIDENT’S VIEWPOINT

England  International Qualification

WHISTLEBLOWER

How Long A Season ?


LSH HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND AWARD

An event and display of historic material to mark LSH’s achievement in obtaining a Heritage Lottery Fund grant for the creation of an official archive of the history, growth and evolution of the world’s oldest open rugby club was held at Moss Lane in February 2017.

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Whistleblower President's Viewpoint NEW

NEXT SEASON’S  FIXTURES OUTLOOK

First XV: We will not know for a week or so if we shall remain in South Lancs/Cheshire One, or be sent up to North Lancs/Cumbria - nearly our fate last season. Douglas’s defeat of De La Salle in the play off for promotion to North 0ne West helps, but is no guarantee that it will not happen for next season.  

Second XV: Having been compelled to play in North West Leagues Division 3 North last season we cannot be compelled to go there again.

THE HISTORY OF LIVERPOOL ST.HELENS FC: ARCHIVE  

The creation of a complete archive of the history of the club, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and to be permanently held at Liverpool Central Library, is now well underway.

Equally, the planning  and preparation of publicity, information, exhibitions and displays (outreach) surrounding the project  is also progressing strongly.

The club is employing a  professional archivist (Vicki Caren), and professional project manager (Ruth Darling) to handle these tasks. Both are fully funded by the HLF grant.