Helping sporting clubs and individuals to help themselves!
Membership currently stands at 39. Eleven of last year's members haven't renewed and, furthermore, we have records of a further 149 past members.
What are we doing wrong?
What would you like us to do?
The Sports Council endeavours to encourage the people of St Helens, particularly the young, to fulfil and develop their potential which will improve their health, well-being and enhance their quality of life.
It will do this by;
Improving the quality of opportunity.
Encouraging lifelong learning.
Giving information and advice.
Providing sporting opportunity.
Encouraging health and social inclusion.
Anybody requiring Defibrillator training could get this for free from Jenny Leyland of Sutton JFA - email firstname.lastname@example.org - and defibrillators could be obtained for £750 from the Oliver King Foundation (details from Jenny)
Seneley & Garwsood JFC & West Park Rugby Club offer similar training.
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Prescot Hockey Men's 1st team return to Division was as Champions with a 4-2 win over Macclesfield
Two goals in three minutes early in the second half gave St. Helens Town a 2-0 win over Stockport Town
Thatto Heath Crusaders warmed up for their Derby Match v Pilks Recs with a 34-12 win over Leigh Miners and beat Recs 28-12
Earlier Moss Lane stay in the right end of the table with a 29-11 win against Wigan
Cossack Shotokan Karate Academy of St.Helens are looking to recruit new members for the club. Training sessions are Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30pm - 8:30pm.
There is a saying - “we don’t give up sport
because we grow old: we grow old because we give up sport”