1:00pm Thursday 25th September 2014
AFTER the 9-0 humiliation by AFC Liverpool three days earlier, St Helens Town set about restoring their pride with a solid performance against league leaders and promotion favourites Runcorn Linnets at Brocstedes Park on Tuesday which, with a little more luck, might have earned a draw.
9:57am Monday 1st September 2014
The goals continue to rain in at St Helens Town – 51 in nine matches – but at least they returned to winning ways on Saturday, beating Barnoldswick 4-3 having surrendered a first half lead and let in another four goals on Tuesday, going down 4-2 to a useful-looking Stockport side at Brocstedes Park. S
9:19am Monday 25th August 2014
Premier Division: Rudheath Social started their week with a 0-0 draw away at Crewe and finished with a 5-0 win away at Denton Town. Peter Aidley, Paul Alcock, Craig Humphries and Andy Whitney (2) all hit home for the Northwich side.
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TOWN’S game at Bacup on Saturday was played throughout in steady rain and the conditions at West View suited the relegation-threatened home team to a tee, as St. Helens were out-muscled in a physical encounter in which the visitors attempted to play good, passing football.
7:39am Monday 14th April 2014
Town’s game at Bacup on Saturday was played throughout in steady rain and the conditions at West View suited the relegation-threatened home team to a tee, as St. Helens were out-muscled in a physical encounter in which the visitors attempted to play good, passing football.
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8:00am Monday 10th March 2014
St. Helens Town gained their first win since early December with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Abbey Hey at Brocstedes Park on Saturday, the winning goal coming against the run of play and proving to be the turning-point in a see-saw encounter.
9:56am Monday 10th March 2014
Billinge came back from Glossop empty-handed as they lost 2-0 to Gamesley in the Cheshire League First Division. The 2-0 scoreline doesn't do The Storks justice as they were the better team for large portions of the game.
10:09am Thursday 6th March 2014
TOWN suffered their heaviest defeat of the season and they could, in reality, have no complaints. St Helens never gained a foothold in the game after finding themselves 2-0 down inside the opening 12 minutes.
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8:24am Monday 3rd March 2014
St. Helens Town were beaten 7-0 at Colne last Saturday, in their heaviest defeat of the season and they could, in reality, have no complaints. St Helens never gained a foothold in the game after finding themselves 2-0 down inside the opening 12 minutes. Good work on the Colne left side and two identical crosses found the Town defence all at sea and Berwick was on hand to hit home on 4 and 12 minutes.
9:02am Monday 24th February 2014
With the resignation of a few teams this season the Management Committee ARE looking for new clubs for next season as well as looking into the possibility of Veterans Football and Youth Football within the Combination.
10:22am Thursday 20th February 2014
10:29am Thursday 20th February 2014
A MUCH-changed St Helens Town Youth side lined up to face Rainhill Town in the Liverpool County u18 Sunday Youth Cup semi-final on a very impressive 4G facility at Rainhill High with numerous players missing through being cup tied, injured and holidays.
8:11am Monday 17th February 2014
The 3G pitch at Lambeth Grove came into its own on another wet Saturday and St. Helens Town used it to good effect to take their first point of 2014, to halt a run of five successive, if narrow defeats.
8:58pm Thursday 13th February 2014
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10:05pm Sunday 2nd February 2014
Cables went down by the only goal of the game to Mossley at Hope Street in a game played in atrocious conditions. Heavy rain had saturated the pitch prior to kick off, and further rain throughout the game worsened the conditions as the game progressed.
10:28am Friday 24th January 2014
GARSWOOD United moved up into pole position in the Cheshire Football League table as they won 3-0 at home against Gamesley to go two points clear at the top, while second place Barnton leap-frogged Crewe into second beating them 4-1 at home.
9:14am Tuesday 21st January 2014
9:57am Monday 20th January 2014
With the resignation of a few teams this season the Management Committee are looking for new clubs for next season as well as looking into the possibility of Veterans Football and Youth Football within the Combination.
9:58pm Monday 13th January 2014
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3:04pm Wednesday 8th January 2014
FOLLOWING on from his success with ‘Rugby League in its Own Words’ co-authored with Tim Wilkinson, Ray Gent has penned ‘Football In Its Own Words’ trace football’s proud and rich history in an unorthodox approach, as if told by the ‘spirit’ of the sport.
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"In May only 31 per cent of St Helens electors voted. Only 53 per cent of those voted Labour, yet Labour gained 14 out of the 16 seats so the council can make decisions such as the closure of Seddon Court knowing it will always gain a comfortable majority." − Mike Perry Prescot RoadLittle sign of compromise from those in charge!
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