THE funeral dates of Saints’ Challenge Cup Final winners Abe Terry and Peter Glynn have been announced.

Peter Glynn, who was fondly remembered for his fantastic brace of tries from the bench at Wembley in 1976, passed away after a long illness, aged 71.

Peter’s funeral will be held on Wednesday, 21 February at 11am at St Bedes Church (St Wilfred’s) Widnes, WA8 6EL, then onto Widnes Crem at 12pm.

Peter’s family posted a message stating: “We will then be celebrating his life at Widnes Cricket Club, Beaconsfield Road.

“We welcome everyone who knew him to come and pay their respects and give him the send off he deserves.

“We kindly ask for family flowers only and if you want to donations are welcomed to PSP association UK.”

St Helens Star:

Abe Terry, one of Saints’ finest local born forwards, a Challenge Cup and Ashes winner, died at the age of 89.

He played 216 times for Saints between 1955 and 1962, including the Wembley final of 1961.

Abe’s funeral will take place on Tuesday, 13 February at 12 noon.

The service will be conducted by a celebrant at Landican Crematorium.

Landican Cemetry, Arrowe Park Road, Birkenhead, CH49 5LW.