It includes a Saints Mug and Coaster as well as a

first_imgIt includes a Saints Mug and Coaster as well as a ball point pen – ideal to show your colours in the office or workplace.You can purchase yours online quickly and easily here or by popping into the Saints Superstore which is open today from 12pm – 4pm.last_img

St Helens Women

first_imgWomen’s Rugby League will be bigger and better than ever in 2019 – kicking off with a blockbuster opening Sunday featuring all three domestic leagues on April 7.Saints will travel to reigning champions Wigan Warriors – streamed live on the Our League app and website, part of more coverage of the women’s game than ever before in 2019.Newcomers to Super League, Wakefield Trinity, will make their debut with a tough trip to face the Challenge Cup holders Leeds Rhinos at Weetwood.Elsewhere in Round One, York City Knights will face Castleford Tigers and Bradford Bulls welcome Featherstone Rovers to Odsal Stadium as part of a double header fixture which will also see Bradford Bulls men’s side take on Dewsbury Rams in the Betfred Championship.In the Women’s Championship, newly created side Warrington Wolves will travel to face Barrow in their first competitive fixture and Huddersfield Giants, who enter the competition for the first time in 2019 after fielding an Under 19s side last year, travel to face Widnes Vikings.Oulton Raidettes welcome Leigh Miners Rangers and an all-Yorkshire fixture between Hull FC and Stanningley will round off the opening weekend of the Championship competition.Nine teams will take part in the 2019 Women’s League 1 – Cutsyke, East Leeds, Halifax, Hull KR, Keighley Albion, Rochdale Hornets, West Leeds Eagles Ladies, Whitley Bay Barbarians and Wigan St Patricks.In both Women’s Super League and Championship, each team will play each other home and away over 14 rounds of the regular season. In League 1, as nine clubs are involved in the competition, clubs will have a number of bye weeks during the season.In all three leagues the season will begin on April 7 and end on September 29. The top four teams in Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship will then enter into semi-final play-offs, with first place playing fourth and second playing third, before the Women’s Super League Grand Final and Championship Grand Final both take place on Sunday, October 13 at Emerald Headingley Stadium.Women’s League 1 will follow the same format for the closing stages of the season with a final venue to be announced at a later date.The Coral Women’s Challenge Cup, which will take place alongside the domestic league competitions, is expected to be bigger and better in 2019 as more teams than ever before enter.The Women’s Final will take place as part of a triple header event alongside the Coral Challenge Cup men’s semi-finals at the University of Bolton Stadium on Saturday, July 27.Round One, which takes place on Sunday, May 5 will feature sixteen teams – eight teams from the Women’s Championship and eight teams who progress through the preliminary qualifying round.All eight Women’s Super League teams will then enter in Round Two which takes place on Sunday, May 26. The quarter-finals will be played on Sunday, June 6 and semi-finals on Sunday, July 7.Selected fixtures from across both the Women’s Super League and Coral Women’s Challenge Cup will be streamed live on the Our League app and website. Further details will be announced in due course.Download the Our League app on Apple iOS and Android or visit rugby-league.com to sign up for FREE or visit rugby-league.com to sign up for FREE.St. Helens Women 2019 Fixtureslast_img read more

Club St Helens Women

first_imgLeah Burke, Chantelle Crowl, Jodie Cunningham, Tara Jones, Sarah Lovejoy, Emily Rudge, Naomi Williams, Zoe Harris and Katie-May Williams are all included in former England men’s full-back Shaun Briscoe’s Lancashire squad to face Yorkshire.Castleford Tigers, who beat Saints 30-14 in the top of the table clash recently, have seven players selected in Yorkshire’s 17 – while Tara-Jane Stanley, who scored 14 of their points on Sunday, will now be playing against her club team-mates as she plays for Lancashire having started her career with the St Helens community club Thatto Heath.There will be a second Yorkshire-based player in the Lancashire squad in Amy Johnson, the 26-year-old forward who is from Weaverham in Cheshire, and will be playing against four of her Leeds Rhinos club-mates – Dannielle Anderson, Caitlin Beevers, Charlotte Booth and Hanna Butcher.Wigan have five players selected, all in the Lancashire squad, while Bradford Bulls have three players in the Yorkshire squad, York City Knights have two, and Warrington Wolves have two players involved, for Yorkshire and Lancashire respectively – meaning eight clubs will be represented.England Women’s head coach Craig Richards is bound to take a close interest in the Origin clash, which kicks off the second day of the Summer Bash programme on Sunday morning, as it provides a rare chance to see the leading contenders for places in the World Cup Nines in Sydney this October playing at a higher level than regular club rugby.Two members of Richards’ England support staff will take charge of the Origin rivals, with Castleford head coach Lindsay Anfield leading Yorkshire, and Shaun Briscoe working alongside Wigan’s Amanda Wilkinson for Lancashire.Lancashire are the reigning Origin champions, having won a tight game 16-10 on Yorkshire soil in Featherstone last year.This year the Women’s Rugby League Origin has been expanded to a two-match series, with Yorkshire to host a second match on June 16.Sunday’s match will be one of two Origin matches shown live on Our League this weekend – following the Academy Origin match on Saturday morning.SquadsYorkshire: Dannielle Anderson (Leeds), Savannah Andrade (Bradford), Caitlin Beevers (Leeds), Charlotte Booth (Leeds), Hanna Butcher (Leeds), Grace Field (Castleford), Kelsey Gentles (Castleford), Amy Hardcastle (Bradford), Katherine Hepworth (Featherstone), Shona Hoyle (Castleford), Ashleigh Hyde (York), Leah Jones (Bradford), Rhiannion Marshall (Castleford), Sinead Peach (Castleford), Tamzin Renouf (Castleford), Georgia Roche (Castleford), Daisy Sanderson (York).Lancashire: Lucy Baggaley (Wigan), Leah Burke (St Helens), Chantelle Crowl (St Helens), Jodie Cunningham (St Helens), Michelle Davis (Warrington), Zoe Harris (St Helens), Amy Johnson (Leeds), Tara Jones (St Helens), Sarah Lovejoy (St Helens), Roxette Murdoch (Warrington), Emily Rudge (St Helens), Tara Jane Stanley (Castleford), Vanessa Temple (Wigan), Rachel Thompson (Wigan), Naomi Williams (St Helens), Katie-May Williams (St Helens), Georgia Wilson (Wigan).last_img read more

What are the thousands of kilos of drugs confiscated in Malta since

first_imgThousands of kilos of drugs have been confiscated by the Malta Customs Department since the beginning of 2013 until April 2019.This emanates from statistics tabled by Finance Minister Edward Scicluna in Parliament, provided following a parliamentary question put forward by Member of Parliament Claudio Grech.The highest amount of drug confiscated by the Police was cannabis, amounting to 16,176 kilograms. 20,400 ecstasy pills were also confiscated, 1,970 kilograms khat and 1,266 kilograms cocaine. Meanwhile, 150 grams heroin were also confiscated.According to statistics, the year in which most drugs were confiscated was 2018, where 184.7 kilograms cocaine were confiscated, amounting to a value of €18 million. A further 15,922 kilograms of cannabis were seized, amounting to a value of €28.5 million.The year in which the highest amount of cocaine was confiscated was 2019, where between the months of January and April, 750 kilograms of cocaine were confiscated, amounting to a total value of more than €86 million. Meanwhile, the highest amount of ecstasy was confiscated by Customs in 2013, where a total of 20,000 pills were confiscated. It appears that there are no statistics about its total value since this type of data started being recording from 2016 onwards.WhatsApp <a href=’https://sp2.img.hsyaolu.com.cn/wp-shlf1314/2023/IMG11717.jpg” alt=”last_img” /> read more

Valencia to leave Manchester United this summer

first_imgAntonio Valencia will no longer be a Manchester United player at the end of the season and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that he will be looking for a new captain this summer. Valencia joined Manchester United in 2009 from Wigan and has amassed over 300 appearances during his 10 years at the club.The 33-year-old, Ecuadorian defender won six major trophies with the Red Devils but has fallen out of favour this season as both Jose Mourinho and Solskjaer preferred other players. It is believed that Valencia is interested in completing a move to MLS side DC United.WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=a7617b59&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=128&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=a7617b59&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> SharePrintlast_img read more