Ashurst Bleak Hill Queens Park Wargrave St Ai

first_imgAshurst, Bleak Hill, Queens Park, Wargrave, St. Aidens, Newton le Willows, Nutgrove, Sherdley, Willow Tree, Broad Oak, Legh Vale, St Peters and Rainford all took part with Ashurst, Bleak Hill, Broad Oak and Sherdley making it through to the Semi Final stage.Cheered on by Saints first team members Ryan Morgan, Regan Grace, Dominique Peyroux, Jonny Lomax, Alex Walmsley and Adam Swift, Ashurst and Bleak Hill made it to the final.Extra time was needed but eventually Ashurst ran out winners with the golden point try!Wargrave business manager and tournament organiser, Lynn Dove, commented: “Can I please say a massive thank you to all the teams that took part in the Rugby Tournament. It was our best attended to date and I’m sure you will agree that it was a fantastic day and we were once again very lucky with the sunshine!“The behaviour of all the children was excellent and they are a credit to your schools.“I’m sure you will all join me in sending congratulations to our 2017 winners Ashurst Primary School, well done everyone!“The Saints lads did a great job of refereeing the matches. They are wonderful ambassadors for the Saints. Huge thanks also to Gareth Friar from Saints Community Development Foundation for all his help and support in running the Tournament.”last_img read more

Club First Team Match Ticket

first_imgTeam News and Match Preview:Both sides have named their 19-man squad for the match. Head Coach Justin Holbrook has previewed the clash here. Tommy Makinson has ‘special’ memories of Anfield whilst captain James Roby admits he is a Liverpool fan ahead of an exciting opportunity to play at an ‘iconic’ stadium.The Man in the middle:The referee for our clash with Castleford will be Robert Hicks. Ben Thaler is the video ref.What’s On:Fan Guide – You can read all about Super League’s Dacia Magic Weekend fan guide here including information on Capital FM, fan zone and discount in the Magical Beatles Museum.Learning Disability Super League launches at Anfield – Super League and The Rugby Football League have partnered with the national social care charity Community Integrated Care to create a pioneering inclusive sports programme for people with learning disabilities and autism. There is a special festival taking place on Stanley Park during the second game of each day, and the teams playing on the famous Anfield turf during the halftime break of the final games. Click here for all the information.Travelling to Anfield:To find out the best way to get to Anfield, including parking, click here. For fans making their way by Northern train, you can get a 25% discount using the code RUGBY25 – just click here for more info.Ticket Information:Fans can still get your Magic Weekend ticket by visiting the Ticket Office at the Kop End of Anfield Stadium from 10am on Sunday.How to follow the action:Supporters not making the trip to Anfield can follow live score updates and behind-the-scenes coverage on our social media channels and minute by minute updates from 6pm here.Magic Weekend fixturesWakefield v Catalans (Sat, 2pm), Hull FC v Huddersfield (4.30pm), Wigan v Warrington (7pm), Salford v Hull KR (Sun, 1pm), Leeds v London (3.30pm), St Helens v Castleford (6pm).last_img read more

Watch If Muscat cant save up how will workers with lower wages

first_img SharePrint The Leader of the Opposition and Partit Nazzjonalista Adrian Delia said that if Muscat isn’t managing to save up, while earning the highest wage rate in the public sector, how will a worker earning a lesser pay? This was said during a political activity in Birkirkara.Delia said that the Leader of Partit Laburista is encouraging workers to work an extra part-time job in order to be able live comfortably. Delia also explained how Partit Nazzjonalista strove to increase thousands of jobs, especially in the aviation, pharmaceutical and gaming sectors. However, Partit Laburista is risking Malta becoming a tax haven, added Delia.The Leader of the Opposition described how Partit Laburista accepted that if the socialists were to gain a majority in the European Parliament, tax rates would be harmonised across all countries. Delia said that due to Malta’s small size, this would impact it negatively.“Together we can battle cancer”During the activity, Delia encouraged everyone to unite and fight the battle against cancer. He mentioned how this issue should not be political, but national and European. Malta should give an example first hand on how to unite to find a cure for cancer, Delia added. He mentioned that instead of spending money on billboards and campaigns, the government should be spending on doctors and students to motivate the research regarding a cure for cancer.“We will defend every infant’s voice”Abortion was also discussed thoroughly during the event. The Leader of Partit Nazzjonalista stated that PN will continue to defend every infant’s rights, and be the voice of every one that doesn’t have a voice.“90% of those appointed were due to nepotism”Delia mentioned that the Party has always fought for liberty and justice. However, Delia believes that 90% of those appointed were due to nepotism. The Leader of PN insisted that justice needs to be served and shown in the light of day; the same way the Egrant report should also be fully published and shown.WhatsApp <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