Helping sporting clubs and individuals to help themselves!
Memberships for 2017/18 are now invited.
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.
Merseyside Sports Development
Coach Education Course....read more>>>>
THE SEPTEMBER OPEN MEETING will take place on 20th September in the Pavilion at Ruskin Drive Sports Village at the usual time of 7.00 p.m.
The Bursary window is now closed and successful applicants will receive their cheque shortly.
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St. Helens Tri - Mother & son, Myka & CHe Heard head to World Championships
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Liverpool St. Helens run out winners 29-12 over fancied club Bowdon
Pilkington Rounders - Vikings ran out champions once again in both league and cup.
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Capitol Squash St Helens has been known throughout the Northwest as one of the best clubs for the development of young squash players, with many young juniors going on to play for .... read more >>>>
Earlstown Cricket Club
Our club was established in 1882 and was founded by the British Railways association to provide sport and relaxation for employees and their families. Being the fulcrum of the Earlestown community and funded and supported by the local ......read more >>>>
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