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St.Helens District Sports Council

Helping sporting clubs and individuals to help themselves!

Honorary President of St.Helens District Sports Council

The Mayor of St.Helens

Registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales

Registered Charity No 1106373

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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; 

Membership currently stands at 33.  Eleven of last year's members haven't renewed and, furthermore, we have records of a further 149 past members.

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  • Providing sporting opportunity.

  • Encouraging health and social inclusion.

  • Improving the quality of opportunity.

  • Encouraging lifelong learning.

  • Giving information and advice.

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Anybody requiring Defibrillator training could get this for free from Jenny Leyland of Sutton JFA - email jeni12physio@hotmail.co.uk - 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.

DefibrillatorTraining.

5 St Helens based players included in the Lionhearts rugby league squad tour of Canada.

 

The squad for this year's North West Lionhearts tour to Canada has been confirmed.

5 players from St. Helens based clubs have been selected:

 

•  Jordan Gibson – Haydock

•  Danny Gee – Haydock

•  Matthew Norton - Clock Face Miners

•  Liam Quinn - Thatto Heath Crusaders

•  Ben Roberts - Thatto Heath Crusaders

 

In the first game, the Lionhearts came away victorious, winning 38-6. A first half hat trick from Matthew Norton of Clock Face Miners was the difference in a close first period. Coach Mick Blakeley said “Our lads played well considering the number of changes we made throughout the game, and we can take nothing away from the Canadians who gave a great account of themselves, played in the right spirit and took their chance well. Our experience though showed through in the second half.”

Joint Coach John Ellis added, “The game itself really shook things up for how we plan to approach Saturday, some players made us stand up and take notice. It certainly hasn’t made picking the Test side any easier.”

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Cossack Shotokan Academy

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Pilkington Rounders Club

 

introduces a new team to the St. Helens League and provides equipment and shirts with a DSC grant

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