SAINTS will travel to Newcastle on Sunday to take part in Joe Brown’s Testimonial.The game against Newcastle Thunder will kick off at 3pm.The squad is:Aaron Smith, Ben Morris, Ben Sims, Brad Pinder, Calvin Wellington, Chris Follin, Chris Kellett, Dave Eccleston, Greg Richards, Jack Ashworth, Jack Owens, Jake Spedding, John Hutchings, Jonah Cunningham, Jordan Olmez, Jorge Lewtas, Matty Fleming, Regan Grace, Ricky Bailey, Sam Royle.“Newcastle had a good season last year and finished with silverware after winning the League 1 shield,” Reserves Head Coach Ian Talbot said. “We are looking forward to getting underway against tough opposition.”Tickets for the game against Newcastle at Kingston Park are priced at £7 for adults and £3 for under 16s.
JONNY Lomax has been named in Saints’ 19 man squad for Thursday’s Betfred Super League Round Seven game at Salford Red Devils.Morgan Knowles and Matty Fleming are also called up in place of Jack Ashworth, Greg Richards and Adam Swift.Jack was injured in the Reserves’ win over Wigan and misses the next four weeks whilst Greg and Adam have picked up knocks and will be out for one to two weeks.Head Coach Keiron Cunningham will choose his 17 from:1. Jonny Lomax, 2. Tommy Makinson, 3. Ryan Morgan, 4. Mark Percival, 6. Theo Fages, 7. Matty Smith, 8. Alex Walmsley, 9. James Roby, 10. Kyle Amor, 12. Jon Wilkin, 13. Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, 14. Luke Douglas, 15. Adam Walker, 17. Tommy Lee, 18. Dominique Peyroux, 20. Morgan Knowles, 21. Jack Owens, 22. Matty Fleming, 36. Zeb Taia.Ian Watson will choose his 17 from:1. Gareth O’Brien, 2. Justin Carney, 3. Josh Jones, 6. Robert Lui, 7. Michael Dobson, 8. Craig Kopczak, 9. Logan Tomkins, 10. George Griffin, 11. Ben Murdoch Masila, 13. Mark Flanagan, 14. Lama Tasi, 16. Olsi Krasniqi, 17. Adam Walne, 20. Kristian Brining, 21. Gregory Johnson, 22. Kris Welham, 23. Lee Mossop, 24. Jake Bibby, 29. Todd Carney.The game kicks off at 8pm and the referee will be James Child.Ticket details can be found here. read more
Matty Smith takes us through what’s happening at the camp and how much he is looking forward to the new campaign – starting this Saturday with the friendly against Sheffield.Keep an eye out for more video and interviews from the camp shortly.Our Betfred Super League home opener with Castleford on Friday February 2 isn’t far away either!To secure your spot, call into the Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium, telephone 01744 455 052 or log on here.
His side will line up against Huddersfield in the first round of the Super 8s.“It still hurts,” he said. “It is disappointing to think we were miles apart from where we should have been. We made too many errors and Catalans took advantage. We tried to fight back in the second half but it was too big a task.“The players are doing it tough as they should and I do want them to feel that way at the moment. I don’t want it to be brushed aside. They are all disappointed as all the staff are. It is what we have to accept and move forward.“The only positive is we can get back on it this Friday. It is a good thing we get to play again but it is the only positive I can think of.“I feel really sorry for the fans and I feel disappointed for everyone that works at our club from the CEO and Chairman, the people in the office, everyone involved at the club and the fans. I know how much it meant to them. I understand as do the players so it is disappointing.”Saints will aim to start their Super 8s campaign on the front foot when the Giants come to town.Simon Woolford’s side have only lost once in their last ten matches and will provide a formidable opening fixture.“They have to win out to realistically reach the four,” Justin added. “We have drawn them first up so that is tough and makes it harder. We will have a couple of days to get over Sunday and the game will help the playing group.“It will sit with us for a few weeks for sure but the best thing is we have a game to prepare for.“We have to get to back to playing how we have all year. We have to dust ourselves off, get back on the field and come away with a win.”Saints face Huddersfield Giants at 7:45pm on Friday at the Totally Wicked Stadium.To get your ticket pop into the Ticket Office at the Totally Wicked Stadium, call 01744 455 052 or log on here. read more
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