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first_imgTags:Conservatives /Leadership contest /Weekly Survey /People’s Vote / Welcome to our latest LabourList survey.Tell us what you think about the ‘Put it to the People’ march, frontbench rebels, Theresa May’s deal and a future Tory leadership contest.Answer the four questions below or click here to open the survey in a new window.This survey will close at 8pm on Sunday 31st March, and we’ll be releasing the results soon after that.last_img

SAINTS are delighted to announce details of James

first_imgSAINTS are delighted to announce details of James Roby’s Testimonial match that will also act as a pre-season friendly in preparation for the start of Saints’ 2014 campaign.The game will take place against arch-rivals Wigan Warriors on Friday January 31 at Langtree Park, kick-off 8:00pm.Tickets are available to buy now from the Club Ticket Office at Langtree Park or by calling 01744 455 052.Prices for the game are as follows:Totally Wicked North and Solarking South Stands – £12 for adults, £10 for OAPs and just £5 for Juniors.The Hattons Solicitors West Stand – £10 for adults, £8 for OAPs and just £5 for JuniorsYou can buy these at the Ticket Office at Langtree Park or by calling 01744 455 052.You can find more details about James’ Testimonial events by visiting www.jamesrobytestimonial.co.uklast_img read more

SOMETIMES they make you proudThat is the only thi

first_imgSOMETIMES they make you proud!That is the only thing you can say about the display put on by the Saints today in sunny Hull that saw them win 46-26, writes Graham Henthorne.Deprived of six starting players due to either England call-ups or first team debuts in the Challenge Cup the Saints side sent to play the Black and Whites on Humberside was a young one and one bereft of much experience.This was made much worse after only three seconds after an horrific collision between Matty Costello and Joe Ryan which resulted in the Saints Captain leaving the field.The remaining team did well to hold out the home side for the next six tackles and then proceeded to rebuild their shattered confidence.Playing with a severe wind at their backs the easiest thing to do would be to put the ball high up into the air early in the tackle count and play them in their own half. Tigerish defence from the Airlie Birds forced the Saints to either kick from deep in their own territory or find a different way to clear their lines. Namely scoring from well into their own half!Regan Grace started the whole bizarre set of events in motion taking Calvin Wellington’s dubiously forward overhead pass and then streaking 60 metres down the left touchline beating the full back and cover on his way to the posts.From the restart on the last tackle making a highly impressive true debut Matty Costello turned his man before flicking a backhand ball out to Jake Spedding. The centre shot 30 metres down the right before feeding Lewis Furlong who expertly snook in at the corner.Again from the restart, this time on the third tackle, Josh Eaves darted out of dummy half making a half break. He somehow got a ball out to the supporting Wellington who in turn fed it inside to Costello who strolled under the posts.Spedding turned try saver with a bruising tackle which saw the Hull winger smashed into touch in the act of scoring.Lewis Furlong’s second and the Saints fourth came courtesy of yet another Wellington/Eaves break. From the play the ball on the last Danny Richardson put in a sublime cross kick which Furlong did extremely well to pluck out of the air to score.The Saints pack had been warming to its task and forced an error from the home side. Four tackles later and Ben Morris burst through for the Saints fifth try in the opening 23 minutes. Lewis Fairhurst’s fourth conversion made the score 28-0.However, as the half came to a close the Saints all committed professional suicide conceding three tries to give the home side a glimmer of hope.That glimmer got much brighter within five minutes of the restart as a Saints knock on gifted the hosts a converted try to bring them within eight points and with the benefit of the not inconsiderable gale.Just as things didn’t seem as if they could get any worse Furlong had to join his Captain permanently on the side lines forcing a reshuffle of the troops. But this only seemed to galvanise the boys even more and they proceeded to achieve the near impossible mastering both the hosts and the weather.Liam Cooper steadied the ship backing up Eaves’ half break to go the final 20 to score.Brad Billsborough provided the match winning pass, however. The substitute hooker ignored the cries of his half backs and coaching staff alike to get the ball wide left from a play the ball to the right of the posts and on the line by dummying and jumping out right giving a great short pass to Morris who stretched over.The coup de grace came when a loose ball fell at the feet of Grace who went 60 metres under the posts to seal a remarkable win.A consolation try near the end made the score look slightly better for the home side but be under no illusion this game was well and truly won by a fantastic team performance from the Saints.In the absence of Ryan, Phil Atherton and his forward colleagues charged into the much bigger home side both with and without the ball giving them no time to rest. Richardson and Fairhurst masterminded the attack but the power and pace out wide and from full back was too much for FC to handle.Play like that every week and there’s no team around that would be able to live with the Saints.Match Summary:Hull FC U19s:Tries: Brad Fash (27), Josh Poskitt (29), Ryan Adamson (36), Josh Wood (44), Ash Bastiman (72).Goals: Reece Dean 3.Saints U19s:Tries: Regan Grace (8, 66), Lewis Furlong (11, 18), Matty Costello (13), Ben Morris (23, 56), Liam Cooper (52) .Goals: Lewis Fairhurst 7.Half Time: 28-14Full Time: 46-26Teams:Hull FC:1. Jack Sanderson; 5. Ryan Adamson, 3. Connor Bower, 4. Jack Downs, 2. Josh Poskitt; 6. Josh Wood, 7. Reece Dean; 8. Masimbaashe Matongo, 9. Brad Harrison, 10. Charlie Johnson, 11. Ash Bastiman, 12. Bard Clavering, 13. Brad Fash. Subs: 14. Ross Osborne, 15. Joe Marquez-Laynez, 16. Matty Liggins, 17. Jez Litten.Saints:1. Matty Costello; 2. Lewis Furlong, 3. Jake Spedding, 4. Calvin Wellington, 5. Regan Grace; 6. Danny Richardson, 7. Lewis Fairhurst; 20. Phil Atherton, 9. Josh Eaves, 10. Joe McLoughlin, 11. Ben Morris, 13. Liam Cooper, 12. Joe Ryan.Subs: 14. Brad Billsborough, 15. Chris Worrall, 16. Lewis Hatton, 17. Matty Lees.last_img read more

Young inspiring children have the chance to mascot

first_imgYoung inspiring children have the chance to mascot at our home games this season.During our home fixture last season vs. Huddersfield Giants we welcomed Kelyn Jude-Hobbs – Aged 8 who for two years grew his hair into a 30cm ponytail.He wanted to have it cut to donate the hair to the Little Princess Trust who make wigs for children and young adults who have lost their hair through illness and treatments for cancer.The money and hair are vital for the charity as they need the hair of 4-5 people to make one wig. friends and family of Kelyn helped raise a total of £2034.00.Kelyn hopes that other children reading this can also find a charity to help in even the smallest way.If you know any child under the age of 13 has completed a similar unselfish act for the benefit of others please contact [email protected]last_img read more

Club Superstore

first_imgStory updated: 25.06.2019The shirts were worn during the Dacia Magic Weekend, Betfred Super League match against Castleford Tigers, and are signed by the individual player who wore each shirt. They also display that player’s official Heritage number embroidered in gold stitching on the chest.Bids can be submitted by emailing your bid amount, the shirt which you wish to bid on and your name and contact details to – [email protected] Bids with incomplete information cannot be accepted.Shirt bids will be updated at intervals throughout the bidding period. The closing date for bids is exactly 5pm, Tuesday 25th June, only bids submitted before this time will be considered.Shirts available to bid on: The latest bid is displayed below, please note bids must be submitted in denominations of £5, tied bids will be decided on the earliest bid received being given preference.Final Bids – BIDDING CLOSEDLachlan Coote – £450 Tommy Makinson – £400 Kevin Naiqama – £260 Matty Costello– £135 Regan Grace – £275 Jonny Lomax – £450 Theo Fages – £305 Alex Walmsley – £250 James Roby – £455 Matty Lees – £200 Zeb Taia – £185 Dominique Peyroux – £275 Morgan Knowles – £270 Joseph Paulo – £160 Jack Ashworth – £315 Aaron Smith – £150 James Bentley – £185Non-match worn player issue shirts:Kyle Amor – £200 & Adam Swift – £165,Bids can be submitted by emailing your bid amount, the shirt which you wish to bid on and your name and contact details to – [email protected] Bids with incomplete information cannot be accepted.Shirt bids will be updated at intervals throughout the bidding period. The closing date for bids is exactly 5pm, Tuesday 25th June, only bids submitted before this time will be considered.Shirts available to bid on: The latest bid is displayed below, please note bids must be submitted in denominations of £5, tied bids will be decided on the earliest bid received being given preference.Final Bids – BIDDING CLOSEDLachlan Coote – £450 Tommy Makinson – £400 Kevin Naiqama – £260 Matty Costello– £135 Regan Grace – £275 Jonny Lomax – £450 Theo Fages – £305 Alex Walmsley – £250 James Roby – £455 Matty Lees – £200 Zeb Taia – £185 Dominique Peyroux – £275 Morgan Knowles – £270 Joseph Paulo – £160 Jack Ashworth – £315 Aaron Smith – £150 James Bentley – £185Non-match worn player issue shirts:Kyle Amor – £200 & Adam Swift – £165,Shirt bids will be updated at intervals throughout the bidding period. The closing date for bids is exactly 5pm, Tuesday 25th June, only bids submitted before this time will be considered.Shirts available to bid on: The latest bid is displayed below, please note bids must be submitted in denominations of £5, tied bids will be decided on the earliest bid received being given preference.,Lachlan Coote – £450 Tommy Makinson – £400 Kevin Naiqama – £260 Matty Costello– £135 Regan Grace – £275 Jonny Lomax – £450 Theo Fages – £305 Alex Walmsley – £250 James Roby – £455 Matty Lees – £200 Zeb Taia – £185 Dominique Peyroux – £275 Morgan Knowles – £270 Joseph Paulo – £160 Jack Ashworth – £315 Aaron Smith – £150 James Bentley – £185Non-match worn player issue shirts:Kyle Amor – £200 & Adam Swift – £165last_img read more