IT's another huge sporting weekend for St Helens.

Saints head to Old Trafford on Saturday aiming to complete the double and – for the first time in their history – win three titles in a row. 

It's been a remarkable run of success for Saints over the past two years – and to think after a Challenge Cup Final defeat in 2019 they were being written off by those who claimed they couldn't win big games.

Catalans will be formidable opponents at the Theatre of Dreams but Kristian Woolf's side have the capability and mentality to deliver.

Whatever the outcome, the town should feel hugely proud of the club, which has continued to lift the spirits during the challenges we've all encountered over the past 18 months.

Underlining the strength of Saints overall as a club, has been the development of the women's team too – they will play in their first Grand Final against Leeds on Sunday.

They are also aiming to cap an amazing season, which has already seen them bag two trophies.

As a town we're willing them on.

See Star Sport and a special pull-out inside this week's print newspaper for all the build up.

- It's deeply sad to have have to report once again on the devastating consequences of dangerous driving, a subject which has become all too familiar to Star readers.

The report about the death of 19-year-old Adam Edwards (see here) – caused by the sheer recklessness of Andrew Price – and the statement from Adam’s family is heartbreaking.

We must continue to campaign for stronger dangerous driving laws and for more education programmes – particularly focusing on young drivers – that spell out how these actions shatter lives.