St Helens Rugby League

  • Kevin Marren - St Helens RLFC

    St Helens RLFC has appointed Kevin Marren to its board of directors. Kevin, aged 48, is a chartered accountant by profession and has spent 20 years in property investment and development. He was chief executive of Elite Homes Group Limited and negotiated its sale to the Bovis Group in 2007. He is now chairman of T123 Limited, a group involved in the distribution of parts to specialist vehicle suppliers.

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  • St Helens Post £10k Pre-Tax Profit

    St Helens RLFC have announced a pre-tax profit of £10k for the year ended October 31 2016. This comes despite Saints failing to reach a major final last season as they were knocked out at the sixth round of the Challenge Cup by Hull FC, before finishing fourth in Super League and losing to Warrington in the play-off semi-final. Chairman Eamonn McManus stated: “This is a satisfactory financial performance given the fact that we were knocked out of the Challenge Cup at the first round and that...

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  • Saints Extend Typhoo Deal

    St Helens have revealed that the tea brand Typhoo will continue to be the club’s main shirt sponsor for the next three seasons. The exact value of the deal has not been made public but it is thought to be worth at least a six-figure sum each year and the club insists it is “delighted” to be retaining its existing sponsor through to 2016. The agreement means the Typhoo logo will continue to be emblazoned upon the front of the Saints’ shirts, as well as appearing on training kit, warm-up a...

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  • High Winds Damage Saints New Stadium

    Yesterday’s high winds have damaged part of the roof at the new stadium of St Helens Rugby League club. The Super League side have only recently moved to the new £20m Langtree Park ground near St Helens town centre. A club spokesmen commented today: “Following widespread gales and driving rain in the region on Tuesday, a triangular section of roof sheeting was dislodged.  “Contractors accessed the site as soon as weather conditions allowed and they have now taken steps to make the roof s...

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  • Rhino in league with St Helens

    Rhino Rugby have signed a two-year deal with St Helens to become the club’s official supplier for training equipment. The deal will take effect later this year, as the squad prepare for next year's Super League season, and run through to 2010. This is Rhino’s first major official supplier contract with a Rugby League club and follows their existing arrangements in union with England, Wales, Bath, Cardiff, Wasps and next year’s British & Irish Lions. Rhino’s previous location in the W...

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  • Saints Name Rush As New CEO

    St Helens have appointed Mike Rush, who was the team’s head coach between March 2012 and the end of last season, as the club’s new chief executive. Rush, who has most recently been acting as general manager, has also been the head of youth development and an assistant coach at St Helens during his 13-year spell at the club. He will now take on the role of CEO, which has been vacant and covered by a senior management committee since Tony Colquitt left at the end of 2011, and chairman Eamonn M...

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  • Cuppa for Saints

    Ty-phoo has announced that they are to be the main shirt sponsors for St Helens RFC on a two year deal. The Kit will be unveiled at the opening of the new 18,000 stadium at the start of the 2012 Super League Season. The brand will also adorn all media back drops, official club stationary, match day and season tickets, along with over 18,000 branded cups of Typhoo tea which will be served at each home game. St Helens and the clubs fans will also support the Typhoo Sports for All programme with ...

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  • St Helens Break Even For First Time In 20 Years

    St Helens have broken even in terms of underlying trading profit for the first time since Super League began almost 20 years ago, the club revealed at the end of last month. The Merseyside club saw its turnover rise to £7.1 million in the financial year ending 31 October 2014 from just £5.3 million the previous year, which allowed it to break even for the first time in two decades – quite an improvement from the £2.4 million loss made in 2013. The club has said that it is expecting “furth...

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  • St.Helens Appoint Brown as New Head Coach

    St.Helens have appointed Nathan Brown as their new head coach on a three-year deal. He will take up the position at the end of this season after his current contract with Huddersfield Giants expires. Brown, 38, was formerly the head coach of St. George Illawarra in the NRL and is in his final season of four as head coach of Huddersfield Giants, who are currently top of the Stobart Super League table. Saints chairman, Eamonn McManus, stated: “We are extremely pleased that Nathan will be joining...

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  • St Helens Extend Kit Deal With O'Neills

    St Helens have reached a new agreement with O’Neills Sportswear that will see its kit partnership extended for two years. O’Neills have been the official kit supplier to the club for the past three seasons. Merchandising manager Steve Law commented: “I am delighted that the club have chosen to extend the terms of our partnership with our kit and trainingwear supplier O’Neills. “O’Neills have been a joy to work alongside over the last two seasons, with their local design team and back...

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