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Saints win by two in Perpignan

Saints win by two in Perpignan

St Helens got their season back on track with a 24-28 victory against Catalans Dragons in Perpignan today, securing their first win since their first round win over Leeds Rhinos. The Dragons, on the other hand, after a promising start

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Walsh reflects on frustrating Saints period ahead of reunion

Walsh reflects on frustrating Saints period ahead of reunion

Luke Walsh has admitted he carries regrets from his time at St Helens ahead of their visit to his current club Catalans. The Australian halfback spent three seasons with the Super League giants before opting to make the move to

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Five talking points ahead of this weekend’s Super League

Five talking points ahead of this weekend’s Super League

Who will partner Theo Fages in the halves for St Helens in France? It’s been another week to forget for St Helens. Defeat to Hull was their third in succession, with their only victory this season against Leeds on the

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Cunningham bemoans refereeing decisions

Cunningham bemoans refereeing decisions

Under pressure Keiron Cunningham blasted key decision made by Phil Bentham in Saints’ defeat to Hull. Cunningham saw his side lose for a third consecutive time at the expense of Hull, leaving them in the bottom four. The decision of

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Wakefield stun Saints

Wakefield stun Saints

Wakefield picked up their first win in 12 matches after a controversial penalty try secured them a superb 16-12 victory over St Helens. Jacob Miller was awarded a try seven minutes from the end after Danny Richardson as adjudged to have

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Walmsley demands defensive improvements from Saints

Walmsley demands defensive improvements from Saints

St Helens forward Alex Walmsley has warned Wakefield they will come up against a stern wall of red vs when they travel to the Totally Wicked Stadium on Friday. Kieron Cunningham’s side was left reeling after a 24-16 defeat at

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There are no bad teams in Super League anymore, says Makinson

There are no bad teams in Super League anymore, says Makinson

St Helens winger Tommy Makinson has insisted that there are no weak links among the 12-team Super League anymore ahead of Friday night’s clash with Wakefield. Trinity are still without a win from their opening two games of the new

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Leigh beat Saints for first Super League victory

Leigh beat Saints for first Super League victory

Leigh Centurions are celebrating their first victory of the season with a thrilling 24-16 victory over St Helens in front of over 9,000 spectators. Leigh got off to a tremendous start, posting three converted tries in the first half by

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St Helens’ long-term defensive improvement is producing results, but losing Joe Greenwood could ruin it

St Helens’ long-term defensive improvement is producing results, but losing Joe Greenwood could ruin it

St Helens’ opening round victory over Leeds Rhinos two weeks ago was far from the thrilling spectacle many hoped would open the Betfred Super League campaign. Nevertheless, for all of the sloppy handling errors, the disappointing execution of final plays

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Squad Watch: All the squads for Friday’s Super League games

Squad Watch: All the squads for Friday’s Super League games

Wigan v Widnes (8pm, Sky Sports) World champions Wigan have named an unchanged squad for Friday’s televised clash against Widnes Vikings. Coach Shaun Wane confirmed at Tuesday’s press conference that he would bring Willie Isa into his 17 for the

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