Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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St Helens

Samoa: Godinet, Masoe in; Soliola, Asotasi out

Sia Soliola

Samoa have named a 23-man squad for this month’s Four Nations tournament – and two Super League stars have been included. Wakefield’s Pita Godinet and St Helens’ Mose Masoe have the chance to line up against England on October 25, but there’s no room for Warrington’s Roy Asotasi. St Helens’ Sia Soliola has also been omitted from the squad list. ... Read More »

James Roby: I’m not retiring from international duty


St Helens hooker James Roby insists he has not retired from international Rugby League, despite making himself unavailable for England at the Four Nations. The 28-year-old, who has been Super League’s best performer this season according to Opta statistics, has decided to prioritise his club career and rest his ankles, which have been causing him distress. There is also a ... Read More »

England have great chance to win Four Nations, says Roby


St Helens hooker James Roby believes England have a great chance of winning the Four Nations, despite being without the 28-year-old, who may have to undergo surgery in the off-season. In Roby’s place, youngsters Daryl Clark and Josh Hodgson will lead England and the Saints star has backed them both to excel in the pressure cooker of Australia and New ... Read More »

Grand Final week on


The biggest week on the Super League calendar is finally here – as the build-up to the Super League Grand Final is now well and truly underway. were present yesterday for the traditional pre-match press conference between the two sides, and we spoke to a number of key players to ensure YOU get the very best content ahead of ... Read More »

Nathan Brown: Roby just needs a “tidy-up”


St Helens coach Nathan Brown has explained why star hooker James Roby has made himself unavailable for England at the Four Nations. The 28-year-old, who is on the Man of Steel shortlist following another sensational season, was almost certain to be Steve McNamara’s first choice hooker down under before electing to have minor off-season surgery on his troublesome ankles. “He’s ... Read More »

Brown has learned of huge rivalry between Saints and Wigan

Saints boss Nathan Brown. ©RLPhotos

St Helens coach Nathan Brown has admitted that, during his time in England and at Langtree Park, he has come to learn the “hatred or respect” that is in place between the Saints and great rivals Wigan Warriors. As Grand Final week kicked off today in front of a packed press conference at Old Trafford, Brown insisted that although both ... Read More »

Four potential candidates for the St Helens coaching job


In case you missed the huge breaking news earlier today, St Helens have announced that head coach Nathan Brown will leave the club at the end of the current season. Brown will head back to Australia for family reasons, after successful spells in charge of both the Saints and Huddersfield Giants. And whilst attention may be on Brown’s next move, ... Read More »

Brown to leave St Helens at season’s end


St Helens have announced that Head Coach Nathan Brown will return home to Australia for family reasons at the end of this season. The Club will announce the appointment of a new Head Coach at an appropriate time during the close season. St Helens Chairman Eamonn McManus stated: “Nathan received our blessing to apply for the Wests Tigers head coaching ... Read More »

Kieron Cunningham: Saints “deserve” Grand Final spot

Cunningham 2010

St Helens assistant coach Kieron Cunningham insists the players deserve their place in the Super League Grand Final, after they defeated in-form Catalan Dragons 30-12 to earn a spot at Old Trafford. Cunningham likened Saints’ return to the showpiece event to the “good old days”, and says the squad are fully deserving of their place in the final, where they ... Read More »

Saints go through to Old Trafford

St Helens proved too strong for Catalan Dragons tonight at Langtree Park, winning 30-12 to go through to the Grand Final at Old Trafford in nine days time. Saints could have taken a two-point lead early in the game, when they earned a penalty conceded by Greg Mounis on Mark Flanagan, but Mark Percival couldn’t kick the goal. The Dragons ... Read More »