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Day of the Match - H Bradford

Saints bounced back from their poor opening to the league season with a superb victory over the league leaders in a game where the scoreline barely tells the story of a remarkable game. The game was done and dusted after a mere 23 minutes as the injury ravaged Saints cantered into a 28-0 lead with some scintillating rugby before the inevitable fatigue set in to allow the Bulls to make the scoreline more respectable. Even then the 22 points shipped barely do justice to an hour long spell of superb, backs to the wall, defence, with Saints even finishing the game three men short after yet another bout of injuries. It was a show of tremendous courage that shows that the boys are determined that those four trophies are on the mantelpiece to stay.

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Champions Bounce Back in Style


Saints bounced back from their poor start to the league campaign with a 34-22 win over the Bradford Bulls thanks to a magnificent opening quarter that yielded 28 unanswered points.

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The Quadruple Champs vs Bradford Bulls
The Quadruple Champions take on the Bradford Bulls at Knowsley Road this week and it's back to Super League where the Champions are struggling in 8th place. It doesn't get easier either as the tougher games pile up and so does the injury curse.

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Sculthorpe out for three weeks
Saints have confirmed that Loose Forward Paul Sculthorpe is the 2nd man to be ruled out for the next few weeks as he needs minor surgery on his knee. He will be ruled out for the next three weeks.

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Bennett out of action for the next few weeks


Saints have confirmed that 2nd rower Mike Bennett will be out of action for the next few weeks after picking up a facial injury against the Brisbane Broncos. The extent of the damage is not yet known as the MRI scan machine was broken, so we'll know more later in the week. He's not expected to play for at least the next two games anyway.

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Twenty Man Squad Announced for Bradford Game


Saints have announced their twenty man squad for the visit of league leaders, Bradford Bulls, this Friday night

St Helens 20-man squad: Wellens, Gardner, Gidley, Talau, Meli, Pryce, Long, Fozzard, Cunningham, Cayless, Gilmour, Wilkin, Sculthorpe, Roby, Bennett, Graham, Hargreaves, Hardman, Moore, Tyrer.

Daniel Anderson has confirmed that Paul Sculthorpe and Keiron Cunningham are likely to play but three players picked up injuries during last Friday's game, with one, as yet, unnamed player possibly out for four to six weeks.

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McManus Blasts Saints Stadium Claims
Saints chairman Eamonn McManus has hit out at 'misleading' allegations over the club's plans for a new stadium.

Emails, phone calls and letters have been circulating for the past few days alleging that St Helens Council has been holding on to a planning application for the stadium for several months, holding up the proposed development.

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Day of the Match - Brisbane (WCC)

Just when the Wigan and Warrington fans thought it was safe to come out to play, your Super Saints returned to form at the best possible time to secure a full house of four pieces of silverware in the space of six months and, for the second time, have earned the right to be called the Champions of the World. Unlike some of the previous matches, this time, the Broncos came fully prepared, they were taking it seriously and they were thirsty for revenge for 2001 and that’s one of the reasons that this victory is so sweet. Combine that with the fact that Brisbane were 11-4 on favourites following our poor form of late, and, once again, this team of heroes has given us a never to be forgotten moment. In the words of the legendary Chris Joynt, “Never write off the Saints”.

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Saints World Champions for the Second Time


Saints have become Champions of the World for the second time following a dramatic 18-14 win over the Brisbane Broncos at the Reebok Stadium.

This, against the odds, triumph now means that Saints now possess all four pieces of silverware that are avaialble to any Super League club, an achievement that is unequalled in the club's illustrious history.

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St. Helens v Brisbane - World Club Challenge


The biggest game of the year so far is almost here as the Saints take on Australian Champions the Brisbane Broncos in the World Club Challenge tomorrow and with over 20,000 expected the atmosphere should be electric.

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20 Man Squad for Brisbane Game Announced


Saints have announced their squad for Friday's World Club Challenge and following on from the announcement of the suspended Jon Wilkin in the squad against Wakefield, Saints have named Maurie Fa'asavalu, recently touted as being definitely out, in the squad. Quite who is making these squad announcements is unclear but it doesn't indicate a great deal of professionalism does it?

Paul Sculthorpe, who had been previously thought of as having a chance of a possible return has not been named in the 20, but neither was Scott Moore for the 2005 Play Off game against Bradford, or Paul Wellens for Hull away last year!

St Helens 20-man squad: Paul Wellens, Ade Gardner, Matt Gidley, Willie Talau, Francis Meli, Leon Pryce, Sean Long, Nick Fozzard, Keiron Cunningham, Jason Cayless, Mike Bennett, Lee Gilmour, Jon Wilkin, James Roby, Maurie Fa’asavalu, James Graham, Bryn Hargreaves, Scott Moore, Jason Hooper, Ian Hardman
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