THE Saints have continued their commitment to yout

first_imgTHE Saints have continued their commitment to youth development with the signing of ten players from their scholarship programme.Luke Thompson, Tom Roughley, Andre Savelio, Lewis Charnock, Greg Richards, Lewis Galbraith, Matt Wood, Matthew Fozard, Jordan Heaton and Ben Parry have all agreed professional terms with the Saints.“This latest crop of talented players have been within our structures for a minimum of 12 months and their signings is a great reward for their efforts, determination and commitment,” Saints’ Head of Youth Mike Rush commented. “They have all progressed in their time with us far and have put themselves in a strong position to push forward towards Super League honours in the next five years.“As ever their development is also a reflection on the volunteer coaches who leave no stone unturned to help these young athletes.”The players are:PlayerPositionAmateur Club Luke Thompson Back Row Bold Miners & Pilkington RecsTom RoughleyHookerPilkington RecsAndre SavelioBack RowLatchfordLewis CharnockFull BackRylandsGreg RichardsPropChorley Panthers & Barrow Island Lewis Galbraith Centre Saddleworth & Oldham St Annes Matt Wood Back Row RylandsMatthew FozardHookerWest BankJordan HeatonScrum Half Ince Rose Bridge Ben Parry CentreChorley PanthersAndre SavelioBen ParryGreg RichardsJordan HeatonLewis CharnockLewis GalbraithLuke ThompsonMatt WoodMatthew FozardTom Roughleylast_img read more

SAINTS go in search of their 17th win of the First

first_imgSAINTS go in search of their 17th win of the First Utility Super League season when they take on Widnes this Friday.Denis Betts’ eighth placed Vikings come to Langtree Park fresh from a 28-12 victory over local rivals Warrington.That puts them three points clear of Hull KR in the playoff hunt and they have a Challenge Cup Semi Final against Castleford in less than three weeks’ time too.For Saints, they are riding high at the summit after running in 11 tries over relegated London.Nathan Brown has called on his charges to make sure they are consistent for longer periods – and Friday’s match is important as they continue to build towards the playoffs.Tommy Makinson and Willie Manu are likely to come back into the reckoning too – with Luke Walsh also having a chance of returning – meaning Saints are close to full strength.And Kyle Amor (pictured) will play his third game in the engine room after returning from injury.It should be a cracker!You can buy your tickets now from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or by logging on here.last_img read more

Every member of the playing and coaching staff wil

first_imgEvery member of the playing and coaching staff will be in attendance as we kick off the season in style.Guests can enjoy a two-course meal before each one of the squad goes on stage to be presented with their 2018 home shirt from their personal sponsors.MC’d by our lounge host Pete Emmett, we will also hear interviews with several of the players and an extended interview with Justin Holbrook too.Price is £36 for 2018 Members, £42 for Non-Members and you can buy by clicking here, via 01744 455 052 or by emailing [email protected] event is in association with our Principal Partner Cash Converters.last_img