St Helens fans, make sure to pick up a copy of the upcoming issue of League Express – featuring an exclusive interview with new signing Tommy Lee as well as a full report and reaction of Sunday’s game against Widnes.
This article was originally in the December 19th edition of League Express. To read the biggest stories first, buy League Express every week in stores or online at https://pocketmags.com/league-express-magazine. St Helens coach Keiron Cunningham believes new signing Adam Walker has
St Helens have announced a four-year partnership with Robinsons Brewery, one of the UK’s oldest family brewers. Robinsons will continue to be the club’s Official Drinks Partner, a position they have held since 2012. The deal will see the Stockport brewer
This article originated in League Express. Get all the news first by purchasing League Express in stores every Monday, or if you can’t wait that long, get the online edition every Sunday evening at https://pocketmags.com/league-express-magazine St Helens coach Keiron Cunningham
Is this one of the most epic Super League reunions of all-time? Seven of St Helens’ dominant team from the mid-noughties had a catch-up at the weekend, bringing back together one of the best Super League squads in the competition’s
Keiron Cunningham has launched a scathing attack on Wayne Bennett’s plans for an overseas pre-season training camp. Speaking to League Express, the St Helens head coach described the plans as “disgraceful”, despite Bennett claiming that he has the “assistance” of
St Helens have announced a new and expanded sponsorship deal with Totally Wicked, which includes the principal naming rights for the stadium for the next five years. The financial value of the sponsorship contract is the largest in the history
St Helens have confirmed their squad numbers for the 2017 Super League season, with two of their new signings handed starting jerseys by coach Keiron Cunningham. Former Melbourne Storm centre Ryan Morgan will come in and wear the number 3
Tommy Makinson has expressed his excitement at the prospect of returning to first team action. The St Helens winger missed the final seven months of the season due to an ACL injury, restricting him to just nine games in 2016.
St Helens have revealed their away jersey for next year, and it has already been a hit among the club’s players. The Super League powerhouses launched their kit on Tuesday, with Kyle Amor one of five players to sport the navy,