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SAINTS have announced their squad for Sundays Rou

first_imgSAINTS have announced their squad for Sunday’s Round 25 Super League match at Wakefield Wildcats.Gareth O’Brien will sit out this weekend’s game on advice of the club’s medical team but the club has been boosted by the return of Sia Soliola.The second rower replaces Joe Greenwood in the ’19’.On Saturday Greg Richards was withdrawn from the squad with Luke Thompson being added.Nathan Brown will choose from:1. Paul Wellens, 3. Jordan Turner, 4. Sia Soliola, 5. Francis Meli, 6. Lance Hohaia, 7. Jonny Lomax, 10. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 11. Tony Puletua, 12. Jon Wilkin, 13. Willie Manu, 14. Anthony Laffranchi, 16. Paul Clough, 19. Josh Jones, 21. Tommy Makinson, 25. Alex Walmsley, 26. Adam Swift, 27. Anthony Walker, 33. Luke Thompson, 36. Stuart Howarth.Richard Agar will select his Wakefield side from:1. Richard Mathers, 2. Peter Fox, 3. Dean Collis, 4. Lee Smith, 5. Ben Cockayne, 7. Tim Smith, 8. Justin Poore, 9. Paul Aiton, 10. Andy Raleigh, 11. Ali Lauitiiti, 12. Danny Kirmond, 13. Danny Washbrook, 15. Kyle Amor, 16. Oliver Wilkes, 20. Reece Lyne, 26. Bobbie Goulding, 27. Chris Annakin, 28. Liam Kay, 32. Taulima Tautai.The game kicks off at 3.30pm and the referee is James Child.Ticket details are here.Stat Pack:2013 Meeting:St Helens 52, Wakefield 18 (SLR7, 15/3/13)Super League Summary:Wakefield won 7St Helens won 25Highs and Lows:Wakefield highest score: 41-22 (H, 2004) (also widest margin)St Helens highest score: 64-16 (H, 2005) (Widest margin: 60-4, H, 2005)Personal Milestones:Paul Wellens remains one point away from 1,000 in his career.last_img read more

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STHELENS RFC is delighted to be fuelled by Eur

first_imgST.HELENS R.F.C. is delighted to be fuelled by Europe’s largest online sports nutrition brand, Myprotein.com.As our Official Sports Nutrition Supplier, Myprotein offer Saints fans an exclusive 10% discount on the very same supplements used and endorsed by the St Helens squad (just enter the code ‘STH10′ at the checkout to redeem your 10% discount).Based on the principles of uncompromising quality, exceptional range and guaranteed value, Myprotein is the ideal destination for all your sports supplement and nutrition needs, regardless of sport, ability and experience. Find out more here.“The quality of Myprotein’s supplements are the primary reason we continue to develop an enduring relationship with the brand.” said Saints’ Head of Strength and Conditioning, Matt Daniels. “Their nutrition and training products play a part in ensuring our players are able to prepare for and recover from one of the toughest sports and competitions in the world. Nutrition is an important part of good health, whether you’re an elite athlete, or a recreational player or just want to keep fit, and the range of quality products which Myprotein offer means they have something which can be of benefit to everybody.”In addition to supplements and nutrition products, Myprotein offer industry-leading advice and content. Myprotein’s expert nutritionists, along with their body of elite performers from a range of sports and disciplines, have pooled their knowledge to form training plans, diet tips, healthy recipes and training motivation. You can find all of this content in The Zone.It’s not only professional and elite clubs like Saints who can benefit with Myprotein. Their ‘Cash For Clubs’ scheme gives amateur clubs from any sport the opportunity to benefit. The scheme offers discounts, cash-back on all purchases, and Myprotein welcome packs, as well as the chance to become a partner of Europe’s leading online sports nutrition brand. To find out more, visit the Myprotein Cash For Clubs page.Saints Favourite Products:Informed-Sport True WheyInformed-Sport Creatine MonohydrateBeta AlanineOmega 3Foam Rollerlast_img read more

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KEIRON Cunningham was pleased with the win and cal

first_imgKEIRON Cunningham was pleased with the win and called James Roby “different gravy” after they beat Hull KR 31-22 on Friday.“It was a good win,” he said. “I was happy with how we built into the game coming off the back of last week. You saw from the Wigan game how tough it is to come off the back of an emotional and physical game the week before.“The boys were slightly jaded at the start but they stayed in there and gave themselves a real good shot up to half time.“We had a conversation at half time, changed things around and all credit they came out firing. They only had one thing in mind what they wanted to do. I’m pleased.“James Roby is different gravy and showed why he is one of the best hookers in the world. Travis Burns has gone a great job in the middle for us as has Morgan Knowles but to have Robes back takes you to a different level.”He continued: “It is good to win here. I think last time we did I was playing. I’m not big on history and things like that. Every year is a fresh slate. You have to go out, prepare the best you can and have a crack.“I suppose the news we didn’t want to hear is that Chris Chester was let go in the build up.“When a new coach comes in you are fighting against players with their backs to the wall. They want to do a good job for their coach and for the future of their contracts.“We knew they would come out fighting and we did a good job to stay with them for that period.“We did the job we should have done in the second half.”  Tickets for the games against Castleford, Wakefield and Wigan (ALL TICKET) are now on sale.You can buy from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or online here.last_img read more

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