WE'RE continuing to bring you old pictures of rugby league grounds taken by the late Bob Webster.

The Saints fan, who lived in Maghull, loved the sport and was also an enthusiastic ground hopper, visiting as many professional and amateur rugby league grounds as he could.

After publishing a set of five pictures taken by Bob last week, this comment was left on our website: "17 years after his death, as his son I can confirm that he would be delighted to see this.

"Ground hopping and rugby league was his life."

READ: Check out the Week 1 set of photographs and answers

So here's some more of the photographs he took on his adventures, the images portraying the changes we've seen in sporting venues.

Some of these grounds no longer exist, but it's likely you've been to some, if not all, so see how many you can name. The answers are at the end if you need them.

Week 2:

Picture 1:

St Helens Star:

(Clue: Les Quirk played here before signing for Saints)

Picture 2:

St Helens Star:

(Clue: Saints played a Challenge Cup tie here in 1990 and it was an all-ticket affair!)

Picture 3:

St Helens Star:

(Clue: Saints were the last visitors to play in front of this structure!)

Picture 4:

St Helens Star:

(Clue: A distant view for the fans in Yorkshire!)

Picture 5:

St Helens Star:

(Clue: Saints won their first Championship on this ground in 1932!)

With thanks to Alex Service


The answers to week 2 if you need them:

Image1: Craven Park [Barrow] 1995

Image2: McClaren Field [Bramley] 1994

Image3: Headingley [Leeds] 2001

Image4: Don Valley Stadium [Sheffield Eagles] 1990

Image5: Belle Vue [Wakefield Trinity] 1997