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Published by jimmckenzie1, 2019-11-15 01:01:35

Saints v Eccles, 5 October 2019

Match day programme for the game against Eccles, 5 October 2019

Keywords: Eccles,Saints,Anselmians,Rugby,programme,match

V. ECCLES

Saturday 05 October 2019
Kick-off, 3pm

Admission by programme—£5.00
Members—£3.00

MAIN SPONSORS



Welcome to Anselmians President
Simon Duggan
H ello and (Headmaster, St Anselm’s College)
welcome to
this week’s Active Vice Presidents
match at D. Buttery, T. Clarke
Rivacre Road.
Ravi Sibal, Chairman E. Cooper, J. Duffy , G. Jones
S. Hearn, L. Hopwood,
This is a very exciting year for the club with a new club D. Hunt, E. Kimpton,
house and pitches in development, a great set of players
and an exciting fixture card. J. Kimpton, R. Kimpton, T. McArdle
J. McKenzie, T. Neville
I am exceedingly proud to have led the club for the last 2 T. Petterson, G. Smith
years and in this my third year am seeing us raise our profile
on and off the pitch. Life Members
V. Davies, E. Kimpton
This season we are building a solid foundation for the future A. McArdle, D.P. Roberts
with some exciting players having joined the club, a new T. Petterson, J. Walsh
player coach, ’The Guv’, guiding our senior squad as well as
the excellent management support of our Joint Directors of BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rugby, Club stalwart Jamie Kimpton, and the vastly- Chairman
experienced Steve Pilgrim. And, the best team manager in Ravi Sibal
the business, Andy O’Connor. Secretary

We have some great work being done by our Junior Trevor Petterson
Chairman and Juniors Coaches / management, with some Finance
exciting events happening this year.
Neil Turner
I’m delighted to share the leadership of the club with some Director of Rugby
excellent fellow directors who have joined the Board this Jamie Kimpton / Steve Pilgrim
year. we now the strength and depth to take the club to Director of Youth Rugby
new heights. Our committee has remained the backbone of
what we do and it’s their strength and dedication that keeps Paul Kay
the Club operating efficiently. Other Board Directors
Richie Kimpton, Rich Burnett
We are always looking to grow our club so please get in Roy Brennan, Jim McKenzie
touch if you wish to play, help or support. You are more
than welcome!! HEAD COACH
Liam McGovern
Let’s have a great match, today!
CLUB CAPTAIN
Ravi Sibal, Chairman Nick Hearn

Respect and Sportsmanship at Malone Field

Please show respect and sportsmanship to today’s match officials, both
team’s kickers, players, coaches and supporters. Be loud and positive with
your support. Thankyou for your support of the game and its values.
Ravi Sibal



ABOUT ANSELMIANS

The Founding Fathers

Old Anselmians 1950-51

B.R.- K.Moscrop, C.Ekbery, T.Moore, R.Dittman, J.Adams, J.Lander, B.Barrett

F.R.-J.Moscrop, D.Roberts, A.Crossley, M.McCarthy, L.Byrne, A.Liddy, B.MacDonald

J.Bailey (Captain) J.Whitty

Old Anselmians’ RUFC was formed in 1947 by a group of former pupils of St. Anselm’s College to
whom all current members owe a great debt.

Early fixtures were played against traditional old boys’ teams in the Wirral and Merseyside by a small but dedicated
band of travelling players before a temporary home was secured at “Solly Rec” in Birkenhead.
Playing facilities and amenities were primitive and it wasn’t until the mid-1950s that the club relocated to its present
home in Eastham village.

Thanks to the far-sighted and generous provision of a few members, the freehold of the pitches at Eastham was
secured and a rudimentary clubhouse was begun using the expertise of local businessmen and players. By the 1960s
Old Anselmians was a well-established and thriving club running three sides. At this stage, it was a “closed” club in
RFU language, meaning its players were drawn from “The School” but it was recruiting soccer players from the town
presumably attracted by the promise of a more active social life than the football clubs could offer. An annual Easter
tour began, invariably involving misadventures in the Lake District. Further expansion in the 1970s meant that by the
end of the decade Old Anselmians could field six teams playing “friendly” fixtures all over the north-west of England.

Entry to the RFU Cheshire Cup competition meant several “senior” clubs visited Malone Field with Sale the most
frequent opponent. In the 1980-1981 season the club became the first “junior” club to reach the semi-finals losing
narrowly to Birkenhead Park.

In the 1990s, the club’s profile was greatly enhanced by the success of several alumni on the international stage.
Austin Healey, latterly of “Strictly Come Dancing”, would go on to win fifty-one England caps at scrum-half, full-back
and wing and tour with the British and Irish Lions in 1997 and 2001. In the 1995-96 Five Nations competition, Simon
Mason and Christian Saverimutto were capped three times for Ireland. More recently, in 2002, Ben Johnston, the
Nottingham player/coach, was capped twice by England. The erstwhile Newcastle Falcons scrum-half, Chris Pilgrim is
the most recent graduate of “The Saints.”

With the advent of, first, merit tables and, now, league rugby, many of our traditional fixtures have lapsed. The “Old”
was dropped from the name and “Anselmians” 1st XV competed in the South Lancashire/Cheshire Division One for
several years, before spending two seasons in North One West in 2011-2013. The “Crusaders” (2ndXV) and the
“Mavericks” (3rd XV) also play in the northern leagues and the thriving mini and junior section is the envy of many
clubs. The club became incorporated as a “Company Limited by Guarantee” on 5th October 2010 and ambitious
plans to build a new clubhouse were finally given planning permission in 2018. Saints were promoted to North One
West after a six year absence after a memorable farewell play-off game against Aspatria in May 2018. It was a fitting
end to the club’s 70th birthday season in 2018, and marked a temporary move to Vauxhall’s Sports and Social Club
to play the 2018-19 season in the higher league. When the club returns to Malone Field in 2019, Anselmians will
continue to be a friendly and forward thinking club true to the vision of those young men who began it with the

simple wish ………………………………………...“to play rugby with a smile.”

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This Day In

History

5 october down the years

1966
A young Ian McGeechan made his senior
representative debut playing fly-half for
Yorkshire against South of Scotland at
Melrose. McGeechan starred for Scotland
and the British & Irish Lions as a player
before carving out an impressive career as
a coach most notably with the British &
Irish Lions. During a distinguished playing
career he played 32 times for Scotland,
nine as captain, and toured with the Lions
in 1974 and 1977. After a knee injury end-
ed his playing career aged 33, he went on
to coach Scotland to a Five Nations Grand
Slam in 1990 and also worked with the
Lions on five occasions in 1989, 1993,
1997, 2005 and 2009 - steering them to
victory over the Wallabies in 1989 and the
Springboks in 1997.

2007
Leinster lost at home in the Magners League for the first time in almost two years as Llanelli
Scarlets ran out emphatic winners at the RDS Showgrounds. The Leinster defence fell asleep for
a crucial period coming up to the hour mark and the Scarlets seized their chance, running in
four tries in the space of 11 minutes to canter clear. The game had been tight up to then, with
Phil Davies' men taking a 16-11 advantage into the interval. But quickfire tries from captain
James Bater, back row colleague Jonathan Edwards (two) and Kiwi centre Regan King left Lein-
ster's bid to equal Cardiff's league record of 16 successive home wins in tatters.

1940
St Thomas's cancelled their match with Guy's when they were unable to field a side owing to
heavy overnight bombing of their Hospital.

THE SAINT’S QUIZ

World Cup Trivia

1. Name the only player
to play in every minute
of all England's
tournament matches
when they won the world
cup in 2003?

2. England have been in
three but how many
tries have they scored
in World Cup Finals?

3. Michael Leitch is the
captain of which team in
the 2019 World Cup?

4. Name the only
city to have hosted
matches in four
Rugby World Cups.

5. At the 2019 Rugby
World Cup tournament,
what links the coaches
of Namibia, Canada and
Russia?

TODAY WE EXTEND A WARM WELCOME TO

ECCLES RFC

Saints have experienced a mixed
couple of weeks. Having beaten Bolton
well at home, we travelled to De La
Salle last week and lost out narrowly .

It would be remiss of me not to
comment on last week; only to say
what was witnessed has no place
within rugby and we are working
closely with our members and their
families both in support of them and
the game of rugby as a whole .

A warm welcome to This is proving to be a very
the players, officials competitive league and I'm sure
today's game will be keenly contested
and travelling between 2 teams looking to play
supporters of expansive rugby .

ECCLES RFC

A warm welcome to the Today we welcome back Gav Hughes
players, supporters and officials following injury into the front row to
of Eccles RUFC for our first ever make his home debut. Please give him
league fixture. a big Saints welcome - you can't miss
him!
Eccles have started the season better
than Saints and sit in 3rd place having Behind the scrum Ewan Nolan moves
lost just once. into the centre to partner James
Otutaha and Matt Brookes returns to
one wing with Mark Peterson
returning from injury occupying the
other.

Continued

Chris &Toby are finding the going
tough for the 2nd XV. Today they
travel to Crewe & Nantwich with a
depleted squad due to injury and
unavailability.

Tim & The Mavs continue with
their unbeaten start to the season
having beaten the "Bobbies of
Merseyside" last week. Today they
play Oldershaw looking to preserve
their good start.

Enjoy your day and please be loud Please crank up the noise today as it really
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A View From A “Guv” Coach—Liam McGovern

Well, what a fortnight of “Lessons must be learnt
contrasting rugby we have very quickly about the
experienced at Anselmians way we want to play OUR

game”

from the really encouraging performance Lessons must be learnt very
against Bolton where we scored some quickly about the way we
fantastic free-flowing team tries in the hot want to play OUR game and
sun to a very frustrating rain sodden not get sucked in or
afternoon against De La Salle. dragged down to another
teams level and make the
game a dog fight which last
week it became.

On the flip side It is all good
learning for a young side
with lots of new
combinations which are
starting to click more and
more every game.

This week we entertain
Eccles who are high flying at the moment so
again Saturday will be a big test for our lads
to adapt and see what this fixture has in
store for us.

We look forward to meeting the challenge
head on.

Guv

The Saint Previews Today’s Match v.

This Saturday we welcome Eccles rugby club from Manchester for
our second home game of the season.

Eccles are currently third in North Two West having won three out of their four games. On
the first day of the season, they travelled to Southport and won a convincing victory, 29-64.
They followed up this triumph with a narrow home win, 37-35, against Lancashire side,
Tarleton.

A fortnight ago they lost at Winnington Park, 49-25, but returned to winning ways last
weekend at home just edging Cumbrian side, Aspatria.

Before the leagues Eccles was a staple fixture for Anselmians but we have not played them
for many years.

Whilst North Two West is a new invention, this will not phase Eccles, who have been in a
different league for the last few seasons. They were relegated from North One West in 2016-
7, second bottom in the North Lancs/Cumbria league in 2017-18 and came second to
undefeated Aspull in Lancashire/Cheshire Division 2 in 2018-19.

Last week's defeat at De La Salle was a wake-up call and Anselmians will be keen to replicate
the fast, open play that characterised the last half an hour against Bolton two weeks ago.

SCORE Today’s N2W Fixtures SCORE

TEAMS
Anselmians V Eccles

Aspatria V Glossop
Manchester V De La Salle (Salford)

Sefton V Bolton
Southport V Sefton

Tarleton V Rochdale
Winnington Park V Leigh







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Today’s V. Eccles

5 October 2019

Position: LH Prop Position: Flanker
D.O.B: 25/07/86
Height : D.O.B: 21/03/89
6’1”
Weight: Height : 5’10”
112kg
Appearances: Weight: 115kg
Tries: 5(16)
Total Points: 0(1) Appearances: 4(39)
Steve Brookes 0(5)
Tries: 4(9)
1
Total Points: 20(45)

Tulima Nonu 6

Position: Hooker Position: Flanker
D.O.B:
Height : 5’10” D.O.B: 13/12/92
Weight: 105kg
3(7) Height : 6’0”
Appearances: 0(0)
Tries: 0(0) Weight: 95kg
Total Points:
Scott Tunna 2 Appearances: 4(65)

Tries: 0(23)

Total Points: 0(115)

Nick Hearn (C) Sponsored by Steve Hearn 7

Position: TH Prop Position: No.8
D.O.B: 09/04/80
Height : D.O.B: 28/09/98
5’11”
Weight: 126kg Height : 6’4”
1(1)
Appearances: 0(0) Weight: 98kg
Tries: 0(0)
Total Points: Appearances: 5(37)
Gavin Hughes 3
Tries: 0(5)
Total Points: 0(25)
Will Grabe
8

Position: 2nd Row Position: No.9
D.O.B: 07/01/94 D.O.B: 13/01/86
Height : Height :
6’2” 5’10”
Weight: Weight:
105kg Appearances: 86kg
Appearances: Tries: 4(4)
Tries: 5(31) Total Points: 0(0)
Total Points: 0(0) Chris Pilgrim 0(0)
Matty Dowler
0(0) 4 9

Position: Change Position: Fly-Half
D.O.B: 16/06/93 D.O.B: 06/10/84
Height :
6’5” Height : 8’9”
Weight:
105kg Weight: 86kg
Appearances: 4(40) Appearances: 5(5)
Tries: 0(2) Tries: 1(1)
Total Points: 0(10) Total Points: 63(63)29
Niall Cavanagh Liam McGovern
5 10

Today’s V. Eccles

5 October 2019

Position: Wing Position: Hooker
D.O.B: D.O.B: 26/12/98
Height : 5’11” Height :
90kg Weight: 5’11”
Weight: 1(11) 100kg
Appearances: 0(0) Appearances:
Tries: 0(0) Tries: 4(39)
Total Points: Total Points: 2(5)
Matt Brookes Scott Southwell 10(25)

16

Position: Centre Position: Prop
D.O.B: 01/09/83 D.O.B: 18/06/93
Height : Height :
5’10” Weight: 6’3”
Weight: Appearances: 105kg
Appearances: 104kg Tries: 2(54)
Tries: 4(4) Total Points: 0(0)
Total Points: 1(1) Jack Richards
James Otutaha 5(5) 0(0)17

12

Position: Centre Position: 2nd Row
D.O.B: 07/09/77
D.O.B: 27/03/60 Height :
6’2”
Height : 6’4” Weight:
95
Weight: 98kg Appearances:
Tries: 3(34)
Appearances: 3(14) Total Points: 1(6)
Ant Evans 5(30)
Tries: 2(3)
18
Total Points: 10(15)

Ewan Nolan 13

Position: Wing The statistics are based on current season
data with totals from season 2016-2017,
D.O.B: 07/06/86 onwards, in brackets.

Height : 6’3”

Weight: 101kg

Appearances: 4(41)

Tries: 2(5) Can you sponsor a
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Total Points: 10(56)
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D.O.B: 03/07/91 Jim McKenzie — [email protected]
Height : Andy O’Connor, Team Manager—07793 259865 -
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Appearances: 89kg [email protected]
Tries: 5(70)
Total Points: 0(15) All revenues go into the rugby budget for kit,
Andy Cummings 0(136) training & medical equipment and team travel

15 costs

v ECCLES

RYD P CT THE TEAMS TCPD Y R

Stephen Brooks 1 James Cunningham

Scott Tunna 2 Tom Egerton

Gavin Hughes 3 Jack Robbins

Matty Dowler 4 Nick Spooner

Niall Cavanagh 5 Cammy Higginbottom

Tulima Nonu 6 Adam Christey

Nick Hearn (C) 7 Lee Brennand

Will Grabe 8 Jordan Bromley

Chris Pilgrim 9 Sam Long

Liam McGovern 10 James Wright

Matt Brookes 11 William Parkinson

James Otutaha 12 Zak Brooker

Ewan Nolan 13 Gavin Akers Johnson

Mark Petterson 14 Damola Ayanlaja-Iowo

Andy Cummings 15 Harry Hutton

Scott Southwell 16 Rich Owen

Jack Richards 17 Tony Haunschmidt

Ant Evans 18 Matt Parkinson

Liam McGovern - Head Coach - Sam Simpson
Today’s Referee: — Andy Fielding — Liverpool Society

Today’s Match Ball

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Fixtures - Season 2019-2020

Date K.O. H/A Team Comp Result
Sat 31 Aug 15.00 A Wilmslow Cup L 69-19
Sat 07 Sept 15.00 A Manchester League L 20-17
Sat 14 Sept 15.00 A Aspull League W 32-38
Sat 21 Sept 15.00 H Bolton League W 61-27
Sat 28 Sept 15.00 A De La salle (Salford) League L 16-13
Sat 05 Oct 15.00 H Eccles League
Sat 12 Oct 15.00 A Glossop League
Sat 19 Oct 15.00 H Leigh League
Sat 26 Oct 15.00 A Rochdale League
Sat 09 Nov 14.15 H Sefton League
Sat 16 Nov 14.15 A Southport League
Sat 23 Nov 14.15 H Tarleton League
Sat 07 Dec 14.15 A Winnington Park League
Sat 14 Dec 14.15 H Aspatria League
Sat 04 Jan 14.15 H Aspull League
Sat 11 Jan 14.15 A Bolton League
Sat 18 Jan 14.15 H De La Salle (Salford) League
Sat 01 Feb 14.15 A Eccles League
Sat 08 Feb 14.15 H Glossop League
Sat 15 Feb 14.15 A Leigh League
Sat 29 Feb 14.15 H Rochdale League
Sat 07 Mar 15.00 A Sefton League
Sat 14 Mar 15.00 H Southport League
Sat 21 Mar 15.00 A Tarleton League
Sat 28Mar 15.00 H Winnington Park League
Sat 04 Apr 15.00 A Aspatria League
Sat 18 Apr 15.00 H Manchester League

RESULTS GRID — NORTH TWO WEST

H/A Ans Aspa Aspl Bol Del Ecc Glo Lei Man Roc Sef Sou Tar Win

Ans 61-27

Asp 30-31 49-22

Aspl 32-38

Bol 50-24 P-P

Del 16-13 13-20

Ecc 16-10 37-25

Glo 36-12 24-06

Lei 42-28 25-21

Man 20-17 83-10

Roc 27-08 17-07 22-03

Sef 05-34 10-32 21-53

Sou 29-64 20-20

Tar 26-32 28-51

Win 46-19 49-25

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

Bolton P -P Aspull
De La Salle (Salford) 16
16 - 13 Anselmians
Eccles 24
Glossop 25 - 10 Aspatria
22
Leigh 10 - 6 Winnington Park
Rochdale
- 21 Tarleton
Sefton
-3 Southport

- 32 Manchester

THE LEAGUE TABLES

North Two West—Season 2019-2020

Team P W D L PF PA PD Pts B +/-

Glossop 4 4 0 0 145 51 94 20 4 0

Rochdale 4 4 0 0 119 39 80 18 2 0

Eccles 4 3 0 1 142 123 19 15 3 0

Manchester 4 3 0 1 142 54 88 14 2 0

Winnington Park 4 3 0 1 121 81 40 14 2 0

Leigh 4 2 1 1 95 96 -1 12 2 0

ANSELMIANS 4 2 0 2 129 95 34 12 4 0

De La Salle 4 2 0 2 83 108 -25 10 2 0
Aspatria 4 1 0 3 113 119 -6 8 4 0
Bolton 3 1 0 2 96 131 -35 6 2 0
Aspull 3 1 0 2 73 151 -78 6 2 0
Tarleton 4 0 0 4 110 145 -35 6 6 0
Southport 4 0 1 3 64 142 -78 3 1 0
Sefton 4 0 0 4 64 161 -97 1 1 0

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Independent E-nrg Division 2 South - 2019/2020

Team P W D L F A +/- LB Pts

Wilmslow 2nd 44 0 0 170 22 148 0 20
Didsbury Toc H 2nd 43 0 1 157 57 100 0 16
Altrincham Kersal 2nd 43 0 1 125 86 39 0 16
Liverpool St Helens 2nd 43 0 1 78 53 25 0 16
Moore 43 0 1 124 105 19 0 16
Holmes Chapel 42 0 2 102 97 5 1 13
Widnes 2nd 42 0 2 142 96 46 0 12
Liverpool Collegiate 2nd 42 0 2 82 73 9 0 12
Crewe & Nantwich 2nd 42 0 2 72 90 -18 0 12
Manchester 2nd 41 0 3 125 151 -26 1 9
Anselmians Crusaders 41 0 3 99 133 -34 0 8
Helsby 41 0 3 45 92 -47 1 8
Northwich 2nd 41 0 3 46 176 -130 0 8
Lymm Eagles 40 0 4 91 227 -136 0 4

Widnes Coaches Ltd Division 5 West - 2019/2020

Team P W D L F A +/- LB Pts

Wirral 4th XV 4 4 0 0 145 100 45 0 20

Anselmians 3rd XV 4 3 1 0 86 55 31 0 18

Linley & Kidsgrove 2nd 4 3 0 1 66 50 16 0 16

Port Sunlight 2nd XV 4 2 1 1 125 98 27 1 15

Sefton 3rd XV 4 2 0 2 72 117 -45 0 12

Birkenhead Park 4th XV 4 2 0 2 116 76 40 0 11

Moore 2nd XV 3 2 0 1 69 45 24 0 11

Helsby 2nd XV 3 2 0 1 86 48 38 0 10

Oxton Parkonians 2nd 4 1 0 3 103 92 11 2 10

Winnington Park 3rd XV 4 1 0 3 144 158 -14 1 9

Merseyside Police 4 1 0 3 93 157 -64 1 9

Mossley Hill 2nd XV 1 1 0 0 43 28 15 0 5

Prenton 2nd XV 3 0 0 3 49 103 -54 0 3

Oldershaw 2nd XV 4 0 0 4 18 88 -70 0 2





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PLAYER FOCUS TULIMA NONU

What is your proudest Tulima
Nonu
rugby moment?

Got a few proud
moments! However didnt
I score 3 tries the other
week?

I think the proudest
moment is being able
to share the field
with my 3 older
brothers back in NZ
who all play the
backline and don’t
know what real graft
looks like!

How did you become a Best dressed
“Saint” team mate

That’s a story for another Besides myself then
time. But long story short, it has to be Ben
was adopted by Jamie Sadler he’s a Gucci
Kimpton. Thanks Jay. guy

One word team mates One word to describe Worst dressed team
would use to describe you? mate
you? Definitely a tie between
Unpredictable Liam Sadler and The Guv!
Does it have to be one Bunch of scruffs
word? Ok: A greek “God” Favourite food?
Mums cooking!!! Making Who is the longest in
(“Stretching it a bit!” Ed.) me drool and get teary the shower
answering this. . . Next Matty Dowler definitely!
question

TOUCHLINES By “The Saint”

The Saint new player/
understands that coach? Or the
travelling Greatest Living
supporters Anselmian, Jim
gathered at the McKenzie? Or indeed,
annual Anselmian himself? The Saint
conference after thinks we should be
the game at De La told.
Salle to hear
Director of Rugby, Lord In another
Pollard, rouse the faithful development, the group stages of
after the disappointment the Rugby World Cup are allowing
of that afternoon's defeat. Anselmian followers to get drunk
on weekday mornings as well as
Dressed like a Butlin's redcoat, their traditional Saturday
Jamie asserted "He has the afternoon torpor.
personality and pizazz to get the
ball over the line, doesn't he?" The "It's great" says an anonymous
audience gave him a sleeping Eastham resident.
ovation and, like Andrea Lead
(balloon)som, at the Tory "I played football all my life, but this
conference next door, the rugby lark is sound. Who would've
Willaston demagogue was damned thought that Japan played rugby?
by faint cheering. I've even got phrases so that other
people will think I know what I'm
The question was, who was Lord talking about.
Pollard referring to? Was it the
"Standing at the bar at Vauxhall's, I
will casually mention 'coming in

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from the wrong side' and 'truck Finally, teenage climate activist
and trailer' and everyone will nod Greta Thunberg, has weighed in
approvingly. with her verdict about Anselmians’
below par performance at De La
"By the way, what time does the Salle last Saturday.
all day breakfast end?"
"How dare you!" she emailed Lord
Cheshire rugby officials are Pollard. "You have stolen my
believed to be considering dreams and childhood. If you do not
Anselmians' request to carry any stay in North Two West, my
results from previous seasons generation will never forgive you."
into the current term.
Lord Pollard was unavailable for
So disappointed with their three comment.
wins in North One West, Saints
came up with the ingenious Let's get promotion done!
solution to select their best games
to add to their present record. The Saint
"It's too early to speculate," said
Jim McKenzie, "but I propose that A note from the Editor:
we substitute our May 2018 game “The Saint’s delusional musings are the
against Aspatria which we won 65 product of his own psychoses and do not
-14 with the games, home and represent the sentiments of the Club in
away, against them this season. fact or otherwise.” …. Ed.
That way, we should have a
reasonable chance of staying in
North Two West," added The
Silver Moose.

THE SAINT’S QUIZ

THE ANSWERS

1. Lawrence
Dallaglio.

2.One
(scored by
Jason
Robinson in
2003).

3. Japan.

4. Cardiff
(1991, 1999,
2007 and
2015).

5. They're all
Welsh (Kingsley
Jones (Canada),
Lyn Jones
(Russia) and
Phil Davies
(Namibia).

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Date Home V. Main Match Sponsors Ball Sponsor
Past Players Memorial
21 Sep 2019 Bolton Terry Clarke
Lunch Ged Smith

05 Oct 2019 Eccles Steve Hearn

19 Oct 2019 Leigh Eamonn Malone

09 Nov 2019 Sefton KEMBLE ENTERPRISES

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It was all going so well!
The last 2 weeks have seen us struggling to
keep the new pitches down to a managea-
ble height and the weather does not appear
to be getting any better in the near future.

Hopefully, by the time you read this we hand but it was arduous to say the least
will have got some cutting done without and also a bit hairy at times – hopefully
doing any damage to the surface of the Jim will include a photo of our lifting
playing areas. apparatus. Just in time , one of Steve
Pilgrims wagons arrived like the cavalry
The unrelenting rain has also highlighted to bale us out for the other posts
some areas of surface water which , with otherwise we may have been there till
new landscaping , is almost inevitable but now. Cheers Steve. One of our new
it has to be sorted out. Our plan is to use recruits, Steve “smiler” Shiel , had a
an auger to drill “sink holes" and backfill tough initiation that day but we
them with pebbles in order to drain the couldn’t have done without him which
surface water down to the sandstone highlights how important new
bedrock. We will hopefully start drilling volunteers are to the club.
some test holes this week to see if we can
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greatly appreciated as it is quite a us , we need you.
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process and we
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