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Results 10 March 2018
LSH 2nd W Broughton Pk. 3rd L (H) D3S
LSH 3rd L Prenton 2nd W (A) D4W
Fixtures 17 March 2018
LSH 1st XV (No Fixture) SLC1
LSH 2nd v Anselmians 2nd (A) Bowl SF
LSH 3rd v Rochdale 3rd (H) Shield SF
Liverpool St.Helens FC: The Heritage Exhibition
Following its official launch 8th February 2018 at Parr Library by Cllr Joe Pearson, Mayor of St.Helens,
the HLF funded exhibition has moved to Rainford library until Friday 16th March. It will then be at Chester Lane library from 19th March to 6th April, followed by Newton Library, 9th April to 27th April
and St.Helens Central Library 30th April to 25th May.
The tour concludes at Liverpool Central library from 5th June to Friday 29th June.
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NEW BRIGHTON 19 LIVERPOOL ST HELENS 47 (10 March 2018)
Liverpool St Helens produced another confident display with a number of excellently worked tries to see off long-
The first half belonged to LSH after taking the lead in the fourth minute when lock forward Paddy Royle broke through from a line out and was unchallenged as he galloped over the line to score, converted by Matt Cunliffe 0-
LSH's third try in the 23rd minute followed a move almost the length of the field, started by Chris Hull and continued by a number of supporting runners, a feature of the Moss Laners’ play on this day and a major contributing factor in the win. Ultimately this one ended with Matt Cunliffe scoring to the right of the posts, converted 7-
The second half was a far more even affair with both sides scoring two tries and New Brighton showing great determination. Dan Webster extended LSH's lead when scoring from close range ten minutes after the restart 7-
The next few minutes should be remembered by teenage winger Connor Thompson for a long time. After an LSH attack had broken down, the ball was fly hacked out of the New Brighton 22 and chased by a blue and white quartered shirt. Giving him a good 10 metre start, Thompson caught and passed his man just as the ball crossed the LSH try line and saw the ball to safety. No more than two minutes later in LSH’S next attack, the youngster rounded three New Brighton defenders to score LSH's seventh try. Matt Cunliffe landed his sixth conversion 12-
In keeping with the flow of the game New Brighton were rewarded with their third score just before the end. 19-
LSH BEER AND GIN FEST