In conjunction with Saints’ Heritage Society

THIS is the sixth article in our 'Shirt Tales' quiz feature.

On the international front. This tapered player’s jersey, featuring the cross of St George was made by BLK and contains the full details of this Four Nations match on the lower right-hand side. It has been signed by the wearer: our own Jonny Lomax, who played full-back. It also includes the England Heritage Number [#730] at the centre of the chest.

St Helens Star:

New Zealand beat England that afternoon by how many points?

Three brothers also played for England. Who were they?

Against which team did Jonny Lomax make his England debut?

We'll have the answers for you at the end of the end of the next quiz.

Here are the questions and answers to the fifth 'Shirt Tales' quiz:

This distinctive design made by Asics was adopted by London Broncos in the first Super League season in 1996. Full-back Steve Prescott obtained this from London’s second-rower Darren Shaw at Knowsley Road after Saints’ 25-14 Premiership semi-final victory against them on 1st September.

St Helens Star:

What position did the Broncos finish in the inaugural Super League competition in 1996: 2nd 3rd or 4th? Answer: 4th

Saints beat the Broncos away 32-28 on 27th July 1996 at the ground of which Football League club? Answer: Charlton Athletic

Which former St Helens stand-off/loose forward joined the Broncos for the 1999 campaign? Answer: Karle Hammond