Leighton10

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  1. Whinmoor 0-50 widnes st maries vikings
  2. WIDNES ST MARIES LOOKING FOR NEW COACH Widnes St Maries are in the hunt for a new head coach for their successful open age first team in 2015. The Maries open age are in a strong position thanks to the hard work put in by the departing head coach Neil Mellor. Widnes St Maries compete in the NWML Premier Division and have enjoyed success in the last two seasons. There has only been four league defeats in the two seasons which has seen the Maries win the league leaders shield in 2013, but lose in both the 2013 and 2014 NWML Premier Divison Grand final. Success on the field has being important and has come in the last few years, the Maries are the current holders of the Annual Widnes Cup an impressive run that has seen the Maries retain the cup five years running. Based at the Parklands Sports and Social Club in Widnes, the Maries play all their home games and train from here. Games are played on a Saturday afternoon and training sessions would be held on a Tuesday and Thursday. The Parklands is also home of the other Maries side the open age second team, Under 13's and Under 8's with plans for other age groups to join in 2015. The Maries Open Age squad has got a fantastic blend of quality, experience and youth throughout the squad. In 2014 second rower Adam Prendergast was selected to tour Jamaica with BARLA GB Under 23's after representing Lancashire with fellow Maries representatives Gavin Conroy and Leighton Smith. In 2014 Leighton Smith and Chris Lunt were selected on the successful NWML England Lionhearts tour to Canada both starting and starring in defeating the Canadian National team. The Maries are always attracting players there is a number of ex pros including Scott Yates and Jonny Leather are also amongst the playing squad. In 2015 the Maries are looking to go one step further and improve again and are looking for the right head coach to do this. New ideas, commitment and ability to develop people is important is this opportunity. There really is a talented group of players that are always looking at getting better. A friendly club with a good player base, they are looking for positive and ambitious personnel to take the club onto the next level in 2015. There will be an opportunity to develop yourself as a coach as well with support from the club on subsidising coaching courses and developing yourself even further. For applicants interested in this role can you please Open Age Secretary Ricky Hill on 07792686978 or alternatively e-mail hillrichard7@gmail.com, alternatively you can contact club chairman Mike Pile on 07976 304984.
  3. WIDNES ST MARIES LOOKING FOR NEW COACH Widnes St Maries are in the hunt for a new head coach for their successful open age first team in 2015. The Maries open age are in a strong position thanks to the hard work put in by the departing head coach Neil Mellor. Widnes St Maries compete in the NWML Premier Division and have enjoyed success in the last two seasons. There has only been four league defeats in the two seasons which has seen the Maries win the league leaders shield in 2013, but lose in both the 2013 and 2014 NWML Premier Divison Grand final. Success on the field has being important and has come in the last few years, the Maries are the current holders of the Annual Widnes Cup an impressive run that has seen the Maries retain the cup five years running. Based at the Parklands Sports and Social Club in Widnes, the Maries play all their home games and train from here. Games are played on a Saturday afternoon and training sessions would be held on a Tuesday and Thursday. The Parklands is also home of the other Maries side the open age second team, Under 13's and Under 8's with plans for other age groups to join in 2015. The Maries Open Age squad has got a fantastic blend of quality, experience and youth throughout the squad. In 2014 second rower Adam Prendergast was selected to tour Jamaica with BARLA GB Under 23's after representing Lancashire with fellow Maries representatives Gavin Conroy and Leighton Smith. In 2014 Leighton Smith and Chris Lunt were selected on the successful NWML England Lionhearts tour to Canada both starting and starring in defeating the Canadian National team. The Maries are always attracting players there is a number of ex pros including Scott Yates and Jonny Leather are also amongst the playing squad. In 2015 the Maries are looking to go one step further and improve again and are looking for the right head coach to do this. New ideas, commitment and ability to develop people is important is this opportunity. There really is a talented group of players that are always looking at getting better. A friendly club with a good player base, they are looking for positive and ambitious personnel to take the club onto the next level in 2015. There will be an opportunity to develop yourself as a coach as well with support from the club on subsidising coaching courses and developing yourself even further. For applicants interested in this role can you please Open Age Secretary Ricky Hill on 07792686978 or alternatively e-mail hillrichard7@gmail.com, alternatively you can contact club chairman Mike Pile on 07976 304984.
  4. WIDNES ST MARIES LOOKING FOR NEW COACH Widnes St Maries are in the hunt for a new head coach for their successful open age first team in 2015. The Maries open age are in a strong position thanks to the hard work put in by the departing head coach Neil Mellor. Widnes St Maries compete in the NWML Premier Division and have enjoyed success in the last two seasons. There has only been four league defeats in the two seasons which has seen the Maries win the league leaders shield in 2013, but lose in both the 2013 and 2014 NWML Premier Divison Grand final. Success on the field has being important and has come in the last few years, the Maries are the current holders of the Annual Widnes Cup an impressive run that has seen the Maries retain the cup five years running. Based at the Parklands Sports and Social Club in Widnes, the Maries play all their home games and train from here. Games are played on a Saturday afternoon and training sessions would be held on a Tuesday and Thursday. The Parklands is also home of the other Maries side the open age second team, Under 13's and Under 8's with plans for other age groups to join in 2015. The Maries Open Age squad has got a fantastic blend of quality, experience and youth throughout the squad. In 2014 second rower Adam Prendergast was selected to tour Jamaica with BARLA GB Under 23's after representing Lancashire with fellow Maries representatives Gavin Conroy and Leighton Smith. In 2014 Leighton Smith and Chris Lunt were selected on the successful NWML England Lionhearts tour to Canada both starting and starring in defeating the Canadian National team. The Maries are always attracting players there is a number of ex pros including Scott Yates and Jonny Leather are also amongst the playing squad. In 2015 the Maries are looking to go one step further and improve again and are looking for the right head coach to do this. New ideas, commitment and ability to develop people is important is this opportunity. There really is a talented group of players that are always looking at getting better. A friendly club with a good player base, they are looking for positive and ambitious personnel to take the club onto the next level in 2015. There will be an opportunity to develop yourself as a coach as well with support from the club on subsidising coaching courses and developing yourself even further. For applicants interested in this role can you please Open Age Secretary Ricky Hill on 07792686978 or alternatively e-mail hillrichard7@gmail.com, alternatively you can contact club chairman Mike Pile on 07976 304984.
  5. I think realistically this is a few years off yet if at all. Having recently played canada for the english lionhearts, i think there are a few flaws at te moment, as any semi pro player would struggle with gettin the time off work and the subsequent jet lag on returning to the uk. Took me over a week to recover. And altho the team had some decent players i feel to compete at championship level they would need to recruit several overseas players to compete. One thing they did have was enthusiastic fans, we was treated like superstars and was an amazing experience. Altho i would like to see this happen as massive strides have happend in such a short amount of time. i think its a case here of maybe tryin to run b4 u can walk. That said you cant knock the effort and is something tht maybe in 5-10 years time could e a real possiblity.
  6. Tetley's Challenge Cup Saturday 1st February ko 2pm St Marie's Vikings v Wigan st Pats at the Select Stadium Widnes Get down and support grass roots rugby on the road to Wembley
  7. After a eventfull season that will soon be coming to and end after the final sunday. What new teams from regional and other leagues would we like to apply to be involved in the conference from the beginning of next year?
  8. How many senior props do huddersfield need? Shame as surely this will Push Anthony mullaly further down the pecking order when he is a big lad and looked he had a bright future ahead of him when they signed him from widnes.
  9. Great to get him to resign for the vikings. Him and hanbury have been there outstanding players all year round.
  10. What players from ur club do u think will stand out this year?