Month: July 2019

  • WE catch up with Merchandising Manager Steve Law t

    first_imgWE catch up with Merchandising Manager Steve Law to get the very latest from the Club’s retail hub:Heritage ShirtsThanks to those who supported us to celebrate the recent Heritage Match v Huddersfield Giants on May 23 2014.The commemorative shirt we made available in limited quantities certainly caught the imagination of our fans and they now sold through completely. We are looking forward to doing something similar next season.Saints Beach TowelsThe sales of Saints Beach Towels have been very encouraging since they arrived earlier in the year.Get yours before they all go and send us photos showing you Saints “Marching on” this summer.Saints Shade itKeep cool by keeping the sun off your head with a Saints Baseball Cap at a special price.SH Fashion Caps are reduced to clear at just £5 whilst stocks last plus we also have 2014 Media Caps in stockSeasonal SaleVisit the Superstore online or in person to keep up with any seasonal sale items with more lines added each week.Current offers include Home and Away shirts at £30/£25, ISC Gillett’s at £25, and Hoodies starting from £30.last_img read more

  • CENTRE Matty Fleming has extended his contract unt

    first_imgCENTRE Matty Fleming has extended his contract until the end of season 2017.The 20-year-old made his debut against Leeds in 2015 and has since gone on to play a further 11 times for the club, crossing for three tries.Head Coach Keiron Cunningham said: “Matty had one of the best pre-seasons I have seen from a young player. He was dedicated, professional and made great strides.“Injury stopped him progressing through the early phase of the season but he was dedicated in his rehab and took his chance well when it came.“He is dependable and his rise to the first team in an example to the younger members in the club.”Matty added: “I’m delighted to have extended my contract at the club. I enjoy being around my teammates and I am working hard so when I do get the chance to play in the first team I can perform to the best of my ability.“I’m looking forward to the future but know I have to get my head down and work hard.”last_img read more

  • Community

    first_imgTogether we have provided funding to the Active St. Helens Campaign to maintain the bikes located at the community hubs throughout the borough.SCDF fully support the initiative to encourage more people to cycle as part of the Active St Helens campaign and both Community Integrated Care and ourselves see the benefits of the Active St. Helens campaign and we believe that if we can make it easier for the people of St. Helens to take part in this initiative, the better.Steve Leonard, Saints Community Development Foundation’s Director said: “The foundation has worked closely with both Community Integrated Cares Sam Brennan and Emma Ciclitira from St Helens Council. As a foundation we believe that collaboration is the way forward and with partners such as Community Integrated Care, St Helens Council and Pedal Power, we can achieve better and stronger things within our very own community. We would like to thank them for their assistance in making this project happen. It is now over to you, the people of our community, to pick up this initiative and get active this summer.”Samantha Brennan, Managing Director (NW) of Community Integrated Care, says: “We’re delighted to be sponsoring the ‘Active St. Helens’ programme with Saints Community Development Foundation and working closely with St. Helens Council to give opportunities to the people we support and our colleagues in the Borough to encourage them to become more active. We look forward to seeing the outcomes of this campaign in our local community.”Why not participate in the Pedal Power sessions that takes place every Thursday Morning 10am – 12 noon at Taylor Park, St. Helens.For more information visit www.activesthelens.co.uk/cycling.last_img read more

  • Jesse McCartney to perform at UNCW

    first_imgWILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — It was announced this afternoon that Pop singer Jesse McCartney will perform at University of North Carolina Wilmington. The school’s Association for Campus Entertainment (ACE) announced it via its Twitter account.McCartney is known for songs like “Beautiful Soul” and “Because You Live”.- Advertisement – You voted and we listened! Now presenting your 2017 Big Show… https://t.co/iX8urSFRaU— ACE @ UNCW (@uncwace) August 22, 2017The show is Friday, September 22 at 7 p.m. at Kenan Auditorium.Related Article: UNCW ranked among best grad programs by US News & World ReportTickets sales for students begin August 28; ticket sales for the general public begin September 4. Tickets are $15 for students, $18 for UNCW staff and $20 for the public; day-of-show tickets are $20 for students and $25 for staff and the public.According to a post on ACE’s Facebook page, tickets will be available for purchase at the Kenan Box Office or through an online link that will be posted to the organization’s social media pages at noon August 28.The singer was selected via a student vote. Past performers include Hoodie Allen in 2014, T-Pain in 2015 and New Politics in 2016.last_img read more

  • Sunset Beach Police arrest Hardees armed robbery suspect

    first_imgDavid Ashley Bates, Sr (Photo: Brunswick County Jail) SUNSET BEACH, NC (WWAY) — The suspect wanted for robbing the Hardees on Seaside Road SW in Sunset Beach back in September is now in custody.Sunset Beach Police Chief Ken Klamar said in a news release that David Ashley Bates, Sr., 46, is charged with the following:- Advertisement – Robbery with a dangerous weapon, 2 counts2nd Degree kidnapping, 2 countsPossession of a firearm by a felonAssault by pointing a gun, 2 countsCommunicating threatsPolice say on September 22, officer responded to armed robbery around 4 a.m. A masked man entered the fast food restaurant with a gun. He demanded cash from the employees and then forced them into the cooler at gunpoint. No one got hurt.Police say the SBI processed evidence collected at the scene.  DNA was found on one piece of evidence that belonged to Bates. Police say the DNA, along with other evidence collected at the scene, linked Bates to the crime.Related Article: Drivers on flooded roads in Carolina Beach won’t be fined just yetSunset Beach Police, with assistance from Wilmington Police and the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Task Force arrested Bates yesterday.He is in the Brunswick County Jail on a $1,000,000 bond.last_img read more

  • Department welcomes donations after firefighters wife dies in house fire

    first_imgA woman died after a house fire on Old Lanvale Road on May 31, 2018. (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY) BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — A woman is dead after a house fire in Leland.According to Brunswick County Fire Marshal Scott Garner, it happened on Old Lanvale Road around 9:30 Thursday morning.- Advertisement – Firefighters arrived and found Kimberly Eggleston inside the home.She was taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center then transferred to the burn center in Chapel Hill where she died.Garner confirms Eggleston was the wife of Winnabow Volunteer Firefighter Edward Eggleston.Related Article: Walmart expanding pickup tower service in Cape FearThe fire remains under investigation.The department is taking donations for Edward and his family.Please contact Chief Mercer or Assistant Chief Ikner for details at (910) 253-5505.You can drop off or mail items to:161 Governors RdP.O. Box 159Winnabow, NC 28479last_img read more

  • Voter registration deadline extended for 28 counties

    first_imgVote sign (Photo: Shannon McGee / CC BY-SA 2.0) RALEIGH, NC (Press Release) — Legislation passed by the General Assembly and signed by Gov. Roy Cooper this week extends the regular voter registration deadline in 28 counties most affected by Hurricane Florence to 5 p.m. Monday, October 15.The 28 counties are: Beaufort, Bladen, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Duplin, Greene, Harnett, Hoke, Hyde, Johnston, Jones, Lee, Lenoir, Moore, New Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico, Pender, Pitt, Richmond, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland, Wayne and Wilson.- Advertisement – The registration deadline remains 5 p.m. October 12 in all other North Carolina counties.See map of voter registration deadlines by county here.The State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement has set up a special website,https://www.ncsbe.gov/florence, to provide information about voting in the wake of Hurricane Florence.Related Article: North Carolina’s wild horses expected to survive hurricane“We do not want this devastating storm to keep people from voting,” said Kim Westbrook Strach, State Board executive director. “Voters may cast ballots by mail or in person during the early voting period or on Election Day. We hope voters take advantage of the option that works best for them at this difficult time.”Eligible individuals who miss the regular registration deadline may still register and vote in their county of residence during the in-person early voting period, which runs from October 17 through November 3. Voters who register and vote at the same time must provide proof of residence. More information on same-day registration is here.The State Board also wants to remind voters of their voting options in North Carolina. Any registered voter may:Vote by mail (no excuse is needed) by requesting an absentee ballot by October 30;Vote during the in-person early voting period at any one-stop early voting site in their county from October 17 through November 3; orVote at their precinct on Election Day, November 6.All registered voters may check their registrations and 2018 sample ballots using the State Board’s Voter Search tool.last_img read more

  • Police charge driver with DWI in crash that killed two

    first_imgSURF CITY, NC (WWAY) — Police say a drunk driver is to blame for a crash that killed two people last night in Surf City.The crash happened in the 1600 block of North New River Drive around 10:32 p.m.- Advertisement – According to Surf City Police Chief Ron Shanahan witnesses told police that a driver heading southbound was traveling at a high rate of speed before colliding with a second vehicle also heading the same direction. The second vehicle ran off the road, overturned and caught fire, Shanahan said.Shanahan said James Coleman Thomason, 23, of Topsail Beach, is charged with two counts felony death by motor vehicle, DWI, open container, improper passing, careless and reckless driving, driving left of center, exceeding posted speed and failure to reduce speed.Thomason is in custody under $100,000 secured bond. Shanahan said Thomason is due in court tomorrow.The Surf City Police Department, Surf City Fire Department and North Carolina Highway Patrol responded to the crash.Investigators say Thomason suffered serious injuries and was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center.Related Article: Thousands expected to dip into Atlantic Ocean to ring in 2019The driver and passenger of the second vehicle died at the scene. As of Monday morning, police were awaiting notification of the victims’ next of kin before releasing their names.Anyone who witnessed the crash and has information should contact the Surf City Police Department at (910) 328-7711.last_img read more

  • Chelsea v PSG 745pm ITV

    first_img[dropcap]C[/dropcap]onfession time. Paris St-Germain are not a team I like much. I’ve always considered them (probably unfairly) a team of expensive individuals but with little collective team spirit or fighting qualities when the going gets tough.In punting though, you have to be prepared to adjust – otherwise you end up making the same mistakes time after time and after the first leg of their tie against Chelsea, which they won 3-1, I went some way to changing my mind.They were value for their win – but a little flattered by the scoreline – Pastore’s injury time winner was harsh on Chelsea and leaves them with a tough job to complete at Stamford Bridge tonight.HEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Max last 10 only)Apr 2014 C League Paris St-G. 3-1 ChelseaNov 2004 C League Chelsea 0-0 Paris St-G.Sep 2004 C League Paris St-G. 0-3 ChelseaTonight we’ll find out whether 2012 Champions League winners Chelsea have still got some fighting spirit left after coming off the rails a bit in the race for the Premier League title and we’ll also find out whether PSG can cope without Zlatan Ibrahimovic who picked up a hamstring injury in the first leg encounter in Paris.Ibrahimovic has been responsible for over 40% of their home goals this season domestically – he will be replaced by Edinson Cavani who joined PSG last summer for ‘just’ the odd £55m.Chelsea’s home record under Mourinho now stands at 78 games unbeaten and they are odds on tonight to win, but around 5/2 to qualify.PSG have scored in 17 successive Champions League matches, so ‘both teams to score’ at around 8/11 with Star Sports looks a spot of value, as 8/11 shots go.RECOMMENDED BET (scale of 1-10 points)10 points win BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE around 8/11 with Star Sports RUNNING RETURN (APRIL): PROFIT 26.08 POINTSRUNNING RETURN (YEAR): LOSS 64.20 POINTSWhat’s your view? CALL STAR SPORTS 08000 521 321last_img read more