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Month: July 2019

An autobiography by one of the most influential di

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One woman one job at San Francisco General Hospital and a community

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ROYCE Simmons is looking forward to giving youth t

first_imgROYCE Simmons is looking forward to giving youth the chance to shine when Saints take on Salford.Saints have omitted four first team players from their squad as they prepare to win at the Willows for the first time since 2007.Leon Pryce is out with a groin problem, whilst James Graham, Gary Wheeler and Josh Perry are also unavailable.“We’ll be going into the game with a younger side and I’m excited by that,” Simmons said. “Lee Gaskell will probably play in the halves and if Paul Wellens doesn’t make it then a younger kid will come in. There will be a couple of blokes who hardly played any first team last season in there.”Saints head into the match on the back of a courageous ‘come from behind’ point at Millennium Magic.They overturned a 16-0 deficit with less than a quarter of the game remaining and could have snatched it at the death if a Kyle Eastmond drop-goal attempt had been a couple of feet to the right.Saints were scratchy in the match and Royce admits that was understandable considering the withdrawal of Pryce.“We went into the whole off-season with Lee Gaskell and Leon Pryce training together at halves as we expected them to play together come the first match. But we went into the first game with two boys who haven’t trained a lot together. Gary [Wheeler] has been training in the centres and Kyle has done virtually nothing.“Naturally, there were a few kinks there as they haven’t trained together. In this match we will have a different combination again. Kyle will be better for the run out though and we should see that this week.“We did a lot of things right in the game and if we had gotten over the line earlier we would have had a lot more confidence too. Getting held up over the line was denting the boys’ confidence a bit but we had more opportunities too.“I have shown the players the chances they had and I think they were surprised. That said, Wigan’s scrambling defence was first class at times.”He continued: “I thought James Roby put in an amazing performance. One of the things I have asked him to do is talk more during the game and give more direction. He did that and didn’t lose any energy too.“We also saw glimpses of what Sia Soliola and Tony Puletua are all about too.“This Friday’s game will be tough as we haven’t won there since 2007 and have conceded something like 68 points on our last two visits. They have tricky half backs and I noticed they have played up the middle and dominated our forwards in the past too. Then, they’ve hit us with a top kicking game.“Luke Pattern was one of the best full backs in the NRL for the past few years and if it wasn’t for the likes of Billy Slater, he would have had test jumpers.“We will have to pay a little bit of attention to him.”If you can’t make the match which kicks off at 8pm, you can follow it extensively in the new look Match Centre as well as on Saints’ Official Twitter and Facebook sites.You can also listen by tuning in at 102.4 fm or by logging on to www.wishfm.netMatch Stats:Salford have won their last two home games against St Helens, 42-34 on 15 May, 2010 and 20-10 on 3 July, 2009. St Helens’ last win at The Willows was 32-20 on 17 August, 2007.Super League summarySalford won 4St Helens won 23Salford highest score: 42-34 (H, 2010) (Widest margin: 39-26, H, 1997)St Helens highest score: 66-16 (H, 2001) (Widest margin: 58-4, A, 2000)FRANCIS MELI of St Helens has the longest try scoring run in Engage Super League, covering three matches (including the 2010 play-offs) as follows: 1-1-1last_img read more

Corporate Box No9 is in honour of a position wher

first_imgCorporate Box No.9 is in honour of a position where we have been blessed with magnificent players across our illustrious history.Take the opportunity to join us for an evening that delivers the ultimate Saints Matchday experience to you and your 11 other guests.Your Package Includes:The box is for 12 guests.Private use of No. 9 during the week prior to Matchday. Take the opportunity to hold your client or team meetings from a different setting.Match Programme – receive a full page advert, logo on our front cover and an inclusion in the Commercial pageDigital Comms – to be included in our pre-match e-mail to the database (100k + email addresses) and posts on our Twitter sites (104k followers).Scoreboard/LED pitch side message.Match day programme and souvenir gift for all guests within your group.Matchday welcome drink on arrival followed by a four-course meal.Dedicated executive box host and waiting-on service.Balcony seating directly outside your box.Take the opportunity to walk through the tunnel as the players leave the field at half-time and have a group photograph pitchside in front of close to 12,000 supporters.Prices (excl vat):OpponentRoundPriceWigan1Sold OutLeeds2£2100London5£1600Hull KR8Sold OutWarrington10Sold OutHull FC12£2100Catalans13£1500Salford15Sold OutHuddersfield18£1600Leeds19£2100Wigan22Sold OutWakefield24£1600Castleford27£2100Huddersfield28£1600Saints 2019 fixtures can be found here.If you would like more information you can call us on 01744 455 053 or  email [email protected]last_img read more

League of Women Voters celebrates 100 years

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NCGOP leader praises media for work on Bladen County election story

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Teens turning the tide on plastic at area beaches

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Police announce arrest in 1996 Wilmington rape case

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President inaugurates first eco park for children

first_imgMalta’s first eco park for children was inaugurated on Monday at the President’s Kitchen Garden, Attard. The Park caters for children between two and 10 years of age and has an area specifically targeting the needs of autistic children. Solar, wind and kinetic energy created by the children themselves makes the part independent of any other type of energy.President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca together with Minister for Energy and Water Management, Joe Mizzi, and his Opposition counterpart David Agius inaugurated the park. SharePrint Children at the heart of the PresidencyPresident Coleiro Preca said that children have always been at the heart of her Presidency and she considers the park to be another contribution to help children realise their right to play. She said that the Park was being  inaugurated to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of  the United Nations’ Convention on Children’s rights.The President announced that presently the President’s Foundation of the Wellbeing of Society is organising consultation meetings through the National Institute for Childhood in the hope that a similar project to the one inaugurated will also find a place in the south of Malta. Children form part of this consultation process.This eco park and its facilities are the second such project in Europe, and will help to children to learn while they also have fun and be physically active.WhatsAppcenter_img <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a>last_img read more

PD calls for 25 of the EU budget to go towards climate

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