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Saints v Leigh, 19 October 2019

The match programme for the game against Leigh, Saturday 19 October 2019

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V. LEIGH Photo by Dave Buttery

Saturday 19 October 2019
Kick-off, 3pm

Admission by programme—£5.00


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!
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


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


19 october down the years

Argentina rounded-off their best World Cup to date by beating hosts France 34-
10 at Parc des Princes, Paris, in the Bronze final. The superb Pumas returned to
Paris and picked up their second win over the hosts at the tournament, this time
running riot after a tense 17-12 win in the opening game at the Stade de France.
Felipe Contepomi and Omar Hasan scored tries in the first half and Federico
Martin Aramburu, Ignacio Corleto added to Contempomi's second after the break.
France were stunned, having beaten the All Blacks but crashed out to England.
Pumas skipper Agustin Pichot retired after the game, joining former fly-half Hugo
Porta in the pantheon of all-time greats.
Wales remained on course for the World Cup quarter-finals with a hard fought 27-
20 win over Tonga in Canberra. Tries from Gareth Cooper and Martyn Williams,
who also notched a drop goal, and points from Stephen Jones saw them past the
Islanders. Also, Samoa continued their decent run of form with a 46-9 victory over
Georgia, with the legendary Brian Lima on the scoresheet at his fourth World Cup.


World Cup Trivia

1. How many Northern
Hemisphere countries
have appeared in a
Rugby World Cup Final?

2. Which captain is the
only one to have won
consecutive Rugby
World Cup finals?

3. Which host country
are the only country who
have failed to get out of
their pool during the
Rugby World?

4. How many host
countries have gone on
to win the tournament?

5. Which country will
host the 2023 Rugby
World Cup


All-in-all, Saints competed well.

Meanwhile Leigh were continuing
their good form over the last 2 weeks
bagging bonus point wins against
Winnington Park and Aspatria.

They have lost once and that was to a
strong Rochdale team. So, if Saints are
to continue their unbeaten home
record this season, they will need to
be up for it.

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

LEIGH RUFC Today we welcome back Gav Hughes,
following injury, into the front row.
Leigh have started the season Jack Richards partners Niall
better than Saints and sit in 3rd Cavanagh in the 2nd row whilst Matt
place. Dowler moves into the back row.

Saints have experienced a mixed Behind the scrum Mark Petterson
couple of week. Having beaten Eccles moves into the centre to partner
well at home, we travelled to top of James Otutaha and Matt Brookes
the table Glossop last week and lost returns to one wing with debutant
out narrowly with the last play of the Billy Alderson starting on the other.
game costing us a deserved bonus

Continued Today they entertain The Gentlemen of
It's great to see Billy playing his
first 1st XV game having come Debutant—Billy Alderson
through the junior ranks. Position— Wing

That age group D.O.B - 08/04/2000
have proved very Height: 6’ 1”
rewarding to Weight: 71kg
Saints having
provided six
present active
senior players
turning out

Chris &Toby are
finding the going
tough for the
Crusaders. Today
they travel to
Liverpool St
Helens with a
depleted squad
due to injury and

Last week they Please crank up the noise today as it really
had a great win makes a difference to the players. But,
against Lymm. please be mindful of our opposition and
match day officials.
Tim & The Mavericks continue with
their good form (last week aside Jamie Kimpton –DOR
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A View From A “Guv” Coach—Liam McGovern

It was a tough result “This week our
to swallow last week attention turns to a
dangerous looking
away at Glossop
Leigh team”

it was the performance which
pleased me the most as I believe
we will play worse this year and

I thought the boys really stood up to This week our attention turn to a
a big street wise home team and we dangerous looking Leigh team,
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be a completely different game
Individual errors in the end cost us to last week but it's one we look
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Hope all our members enjoy what
should be a great afternoon of free
flowing Rugby.


The Saint Previews Today’s Match v.


This weekend we return to Rivacre Road to host Leigh after our encouraging visit to table
topping Glossop.

As recently as the 2016-17 season, Leigh were in North One West, but at the end of that
season they, with Eccles, were relegated to Lancashire/Cheshire 1. It was, of course, against
Leigh that Anselmians had to win to fend off a resurgent Glossop to secure a play-off spot
against Aspatria in our penultimate game of 2017-18.

On that occasion we triumphed at Round Ash Park 24-35 to complete the double, having won
at Malone Field 42-12.

As we struggled unsuccessfully last term in North One West, Leigh were rebuilding in
Lancashire/Cheshire 1 and were eventually a respectable seventh, qualifying them for the
newly created North Two West division.

This weekend's game promises to be close with Leigh and ourselves respectively 4th and 6th.
Leigh have had only one loss and that was on the first game of the season at Rochdale. That
reversal has been followed by four wins, most recently at home to Aspatria last week where
they won 32-18. They have also the league's only draw thus far at Southport, 20-20.

Saints will have worked hard this week to erase the errors of last Saturday and will be have to
at their best to overcome their Lancastrian rivals.

SCORE Today’s N2W Fixtures SCORE

Anselmians V Leigh

Aspatria V Rochdale
Aspull V Glossop
Bolton V Eccles

Manchester V De La Salle
Tarleton V Southport

Winnington Park V Sefton

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I am astounded sometimes that the “tractor cutting back and the pitch surrounds were
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“Roly" has not been seen for a while and large ash tree to kill off the ivy and, true to
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Today’s V. Leigh

19 October 2019

Position: LH Prop Position: Flanker
D.O.B: 25/07/86 D.O.B: 07/01/94
Height : Height :
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Weight: Weight:
112kg 105kg
Appearances: Appearances:
Tries: 7(18) Tries: 7(33)
Total Points: 0(1) Total Points: 0(0)
Steve Brookes 0(5) Matty Dowler 0(0)

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Position: Hooker Position: Flanker

D.O.B: 26/12/98 D.O.B: 13/12/92

Height : 5’11” Height : 6’0”

Weight: 100kg Weight: 95kg

Appearances: 6(41) Appearances: 6(67)

Tries: 2(5) Tries: 0(23)

Total Points: 10(25) Total Points: 0(115)
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Position: TH Prop Position: No.8
D.O.B: 09/04/80
Height : D.O.B: 28/09/98
Weight: 126kg Height : 6’4”
Appearances: 0(0) Weight: 98kg
Tries: 0(0)
Total Points: Appearances: 7(39)
Gavin Hughes 3
Tries: 1(6)
Total Points: (30)
Will Grabe

Position: 2nd Row Position: Half Back
D.O.B: 18/06/93 D.O.B: 13/01/86
Height : Height :
6’3” 5’10”
Weight: Weight:
Appearances: 105kg Appearances: 86kg
Tries: 4(56) Tries: 6(6)
Total Points: 0(0) Total Points: 0(0)
Jack Richards 0(0) Chris Pilgrim 0(0)

4 9

Position: 2nd Row Position: Fly-Half
D.O.B: 16/06/93 D.O.B: 06/10/84
Height :
6’5” Height : 8’9”
105kg Weight: 86kg
Appearances: 6(42) Appearances: 7(7)
Tries: 0(2) Tries: 2(2)
Total Points: 0(10) Total Points: 88(88)29
Niall Cavanagh Liam McGovern
5 10

Today’s V. Leigh

19 October 2019

Position: Wing Position: Change
D.O.B: 28/09/93 D.O.B: 26/11/76
Height : Height :
6’’0” Weight: 5’11”
Weight: 105kg
Appearances: 94kg Appearances:
Tries: 3(13) Tries: 5(9)
Total Points: 0(0) Total Points: 0(0)
Matt Brookes 0(0) Scott Tunna 0(0)


Position: Centre Position: Change
D.O.B: 01/09/83
Height : D.O.B: 01/06/90
Weight: Height : 6’2”
Appearances: 104kg
Tries: 6(6) Weight: 111kg
Total Points: 1(1)
James Otutaha 5(5) Appearances: 5(46)

12 Tries: 0(4)

Total Points: 0(20)
Mario Quitadamo

Position: Centre Position: Change
D.O.B: 26/05/85
D.O.B: 07/06/86

Height : 6’3” Height : 5’11”

Weight: 101kg Weight: 99kg

Appearances: 6(43) Appearances: 4(5)

Tries: 3(6) Tries: 0(0)
Total Points: 0(0)
Total Points: 15(61) David Edge
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Stephen Brooks 1 Jack Burdon

Scott Southwell 2 Dan Hunter

Gavin Hughes 3 Phil Summers

Jack Richards 4 Charlie Wood

Niall Cavanagh 5 Marcus Wiliams

Matty Dowler 6 Andrew Philbin

Nick Hearn (C) 7 Chris Cowley

Will Grabe 8 Elliot Liku

Chris Pilgrim 9 Kieran Seddon

Liam McGovern 10 Rob Drake

Matt Brookes 11 Jake Westwell

James Otutaha 12 Mark Nicholson

Mark Petterson 13 Elliot Ryan

Billy Alderson 14 Jimmy Wilkinson

Andy Cummings 15 Jamie King

Scott Tunna 16 Adam Tustin

Mario Quitadaom 17 Dave Penn

David Edge 18 Joe Harrison

Liam McGovern - Head Coach - Neil Greenwood
Today’s Referee: — Ray Galloway — Liverpool Society

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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 W 29-12
Sat 12 Oct 15.00 A Glossop League L 29-21
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

Inset: Left
Adam Bramhall, Dave Edge, Geo

Back Row: Left to Right: Ravi Sibal (Chairman), Eddie Kirby (Forwards Coach), Lia
Niall Cavanagh, Jack Richards, Ant Evans, Chris Pilgrim

Front Row: Left to Right: Scott Southwell, Matt Brookes, Ewan Nolan, An
Jamie Kimpton (Co-Director of Rugby), #Liam McGovern




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

Ans 61-27 29-12

Asp 30-31 49-22 24-31

Aspl 32-38 41-20

Bol 50-24 P-P

Del 16-13 14-48 13-20

Ecc 16-10 46-22 37-25

Glo 29-21 36-12 24-06

Lei 32-18 42-28 25-21

Man 20-17 83-10 35-22

Roc 27-08 17-07 22-03 24-20

Sef 05-34 10-32 21-53 23-20

Sou 29-64 20-20 7-38 27-12

Tar 26-32 28-51 27-37

Win 46-19 49-25 13-35


De La Salle (Salford) 14 - 48 Bolton
Eccles 46
29 - 22 Aspatria
Glossop 24
Leigh 24 - 21 Anselmians
Rochdale 7 -6 Aspull
- 20 Winnington Park
- 20 Tarleton

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North Two West—Season 2019-2020

Team P W D L PF PA PD Pts B +/-
Glossop 6 6 0 0 205 96 109 29 5 0
Rochdale 6 6 0 0 180 84 96 27 3 0
Manchester 6 5 0 1 215 83 132 24 4 0
Leigh 6 4 1 1 162 127 35 22 4 0
Eccles 6 4 0 2 200 174 26 20 4 0
ANSELMIANS 6 3 0 3 179 136 43 17 5 0

Winnington Park 6 3 0 3 154 140 14 15 3 0

Bolton 5 2 0 3 166 180 -14 11 3 0
Aspull 5 2 0 3 136 217 -81 11 3 0
De La Salle 6 2 0 4 117 197 -80 10 2 0
Aspatria 6 1 0 5 155 182 -27 9 5 0
Southport 6 1 1 4 98 192 -94 8 2 0
Tarleton 6 0 0 6 155 205 -50 8 8 0
Sefton 6 1 0 5 99 208 -109 5 1 0


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

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Altrincham Kersal 2nd 6 5 0 1 219 121 98 0 26

Liverpool St Helens 2nd 6 5 0 1 137 83 54 0 26

Crewe & Nantwich 2nd 6 4 0 2 145 112 33 0 22

Manchester 2nd 6 30 3 190 173 17 1 19
Moore 6 30 3 176 178 -2 1 19
Widnes 2nd 6 30 3 185 154 31 0 18

Liverpool Collegiate 2nd 6 3 0 3 123 129 -6 0 18

Holmes Chapel 6 2 0 4 131 141 -10 2 16

Anselmians Crusaders 6 2 0 4 142 197 -55 0 14

Helsby 6 1 0 5 68 151 -83 2 11

Northwich 2nd XV 6 1 0 5 77 259 -182 0 10

Lymm Eagles 6 0 0 6 115 315 -200 0 6

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

Wirral 4th XV 64 0 2 157 188 -31 1 23
2 301 76 225 0 21
Birkenhead Park 4th XV 6 4 0 3 175 170 5 1 19
3 188 185 3 1 19
Winnington Park 3rd XV 6 3 0 1 86 166 -80 0 19
2 85 72 13 1 18
Merseyside Police 63 0 3 136 161 -25 0 18
2 95 88 7 0 17
Anselmians Mavericks 5 3 1 3 128 158 -30 1 16
0 99 57 42 0 15
Linley & Kidsgrove 2nd 5 3 0 5 128 127 1 2 11
2 86 48 38 0 10
Sefton 3rd XV 63 0 4 59 157 -98 0 9
4 18 88 -70 0 7
Moore 2nd XV 53 0

Port Sunlight 2nd XV 62 1

Mossley Hill 2nd XV 33 0

Oxton Parkonians 2nd 6 1 0

Helsby 2nd XV 42 0

Prenton 2nd XV 51 0

Oldershaw 2nd XV 51 0



M.T. Moore



What is your proudest
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Winning the harbour
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Rosmini College in 2001


Best dressed
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Nick Hearn

How did you become a “Saint” Worst dressed team
My boss Chris Pilly asked if I wanna play for the
big boss Steve Pilly. Next minute, I was a Saint! Scotty Tunna

One word team mates Favourite food Who is the longest in
would use to describe the shower
you? Mince and cheese pie
from the bakery in Petto
Cuzzie Highbury, Auckland


With the news Whilst many rue the
that two passing of summer
footballers' wives and the beginning of
have fallen out, autumn, Anselmians'
Anselmians' very growing band of bald
own Wagatha men are absolutely
Christie, Jamie delighted that the hat
Kimpton, has season has come
decided to try his around again.
hand at detection.
These supporters, who
"What conundrum is he now have a solid reason for wearing
going to solve?" muses The hats at all times outdoors, and
Saint. frequently indoors, for the next five
months minimum, have confirmed
Is it the murder of President that it is their favourite time of the
Kennedy? Or the identity of Jack the year.
Ripper? The mystery of the
disappearance of the dinosaurs? Or Eric Kimpton comments, "I wear a
any one of a number of historical baseball cap in the summer, but
posers? everyone knows why. Now, I cruise
around the touchline in my knit cap
No. The Director of Rugby is feeling like everyone else, secure
investigating how on earth the 1st that I won’t be questioned, enjoying
XV lost to De La Salle. the warm, snug feeling on my head
The Saint wishes him well with this that reminds me of what having hair
Sisyphean task. used to be like."

Taff Jones agrees. “I see my
contemporaries with their full,



resplendent barnets cramming never did me any harm. It was
them under hats, and sweating character building,”
profusely. And I can feel superior to
them. With that he shuffled off, muttering,
My extensive wardrobe of hats is "In those days, men were men and
back in play at least to the end of women were grateful," successfully
the season." channelling his inner Boris Johnson.
Let's get North Two West done.
In another development, Saints'
director, Jim McKenzie, 72, was The Saint
outraged by World Cup Rugby
officials thinking about cancelling A note from the Editor:
certain games just because of a “The Saint’s delusional musings are the
typhoon. product of his own psychoses and do not
represent the sentiments of the Club in
"They're nothing more than a fact or otherwise.” …. Ed.
bunch of fairies" said the Greatest
Living Anselmian. "In my day, if
anyone complained about a drop of
rain, our P. E. teachers would send
them out in their vest and pants to
do 300 laps of the pitch at The

Dismissing 190 mile an hour winds
around Japan, the GLA added,
"You’re going to call off the rugby
because of a tropical thing with a
name like Hagibis? This sort of so
called storm surge is just the thing
to get a bit of colour into a young
boy’s cheeks.

I’ve broken my nose 12 times and it



1. Two. England (2003) 4. Two. New Zealand

and France (1987). (1987, 2011) and South
Africa (1995).
2.Ritchie McGraw (New
5. France.
Zealand 2011 & 2015).

3. England in 2015.




Can you help to sell advertising in this season’s programmes and pitch-side banners?
There are many other sponsorship opportunities which we MUST sell to SURVIVE next
season. Go to the website to view and download the sponsorship prospectus or contact
Jim McKenzie—[email protected]—to introduce potential advertising and
sponsorship partners.

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Up to 60 or more pages of news, views, statistics, player profiles,
editorials, quizzes and much, much more. Content changes for every
game so there is always a wealth of new, entertaining articles. Your
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With grateful thanks to all our match sponsors

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 Roy Brennan
(Brennan Ayre



23 Nov 2019 Tarleton

14 Dec 2019 Aspatria Ravi Sibal

04 Jan 2020 Aspull MCGOWAN SITE SERVICES McGowan
18 Jan 2020 De la Salle Site Services

08 Feb 2020 Glossop

29 Feb 2020 Rochdale
14 Mar 2020 Southport

28 Mar 2020 Winnington Park

18 April 2020 Manchester
In a year without income from our own clubhouse until the new one is completed in Spring 2020, we
must rely heavily on the goodwill of our sponsors. You will find a “Partnership Opportunities”
prospectus circulating, today, outlining how sponsors can work with us. Can you introduce a new

The entry level is just £75 for a match ball sponsorship. Pick YOUR game!
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If you go down to the Club today, you're sure of a big surprise.

The foundations have been laid, ready to accept the steel frame and
substructure brick-work.

The contractors are working on the installation of the drain-works during this week and
next, and, from week commencing 04 November, the steel erectors will be at work;
which is when progress really will become evident. The steel structure is on plan for
completion, week commencing 18 November.

So, after more than 7 years in the planning, the new clubhouse is
finally becoming a physical reality.
The pitches are already nearing completion. But, there is still work to
do. Now that the root system is becoming established, our grounds
contractors are due to "verti-drain" the pitch areas and then to apply

The site of the new first pitch (foreground) and the second pitch towards
the white house on Stanley Lane, in the distance.

Our, "Groundsmeister", Taffy Jones and his team of "Tractor Boys"
are also hard at work keeping the pitches and surrounds lovingly
maintained! (Can you join them? Contact Taffy 07758 800580)

The Club’s website is the key source of information about
everything to do with Club affairs.
So, keep going to the website for more news on the clubhouse
development as it progresses.

Make sure you are registered on the site!

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“Let’s Do Lunch”—Every 1st Team Home Game

Members, Supporters &
Visitors Lunch
In the Fabulous
Rivacre Suite

at Vauxhalls, our home for

Just £15* to include lunch, entry to match and programme

Contact Geoff Smith to reserve a place:
[email protected] 07720 459335
or book on-line at

* price may vary for “special events”

The Club cannot function without the tireless work of a small band of
volunteers and we always need new recruits.

If you feel that you have something to offer, please step up,
there is plenty to do!

Contact: [email protected]

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