In conjunction with Saints’ Heritage Society

THIS is the seventh and final article in our 'Shirt Tales' quiz feature.

A real collector’s item. This is a spare jersey from the 2010 Valvoline Cup final at Knowsley Road [Under 20s]. Made by Puma, with a distinctive thin red vee, it has the distinction of being connected to the last-ever Saints’ match at the GPW Stadium [Knowsley Road]. St Helens beat League Leaders Warrington Wolves 16-34 to ensure they were at home for the final. Yet Wigan Warriors took the spoils by 22-30.

St Helens Star:

Wigan’s full-back that afternoon was the son of a Saints’ star of the 1980s. What was the name of both father and son?

Saints scored four tries, by Tom Armstrong, Maurie Fa’asavalu, Shaun Magennis and Matty Ashurst. But which one of these players scored the last try, in the 80th minute?

Who were Saints’ first Super League opponents at their new Stadium at Langtree Park in 2012?

The answers are at the end of this story.

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

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? Answer: One point, 16-17

Three brothers also played for England. Who were they? Answer: Sam Burgess [Capt], Tom Burgess and George Burgess [all South Sydney]

Against which team did Jonny Lomax make his England debut? Answer: France on 22nd October 2016 in Avignon [England won 6-40]

Here are the answers to the seventh and final 'Shirt Tales' quiz, with the questions set out above:

Josh Veivers [son], Phil Veivers [father]

Tom Armstrong

Salford City Reds [won 38-10]