September 6, 2021
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first_imgBUS season tickets are now on sale for 2011 travel to Widnes!  Priced at just £40 and FREE for all under 16 season ticket holders, they offer great value for money as Saints tackle Super League XVI.  Saints have teamed up with Arriva to provide a direct service from St Helens town centre to The Stobart Stadium in Widnes – the club’s temporary home in 2011.  This prepaid service will pick up and terminate at Hall Street in St Helens – with the frequent service beginning three hours before kickoff and ending 45 minutes before kickoff.   After the final whistle, the service will operate from The Stobart Stadium in Widnes back to St Helens town centre with the last bus leaving an hour after the final whistle – giving fans plenty of time to enjoy their post match celebrations.  The bus season ticket will also permit travel on any Arriva bus service from a journey start point within the borough on any scheduled service to Hall Street and return.  To buy, head into the Saints Superstore in St Helens Town Centre, call 01744 455 052 or log on to the Saints Superstore.  If you want a FREE JUNIOR BUS TICKET, you will need to head to the store to receive the Bus Season Ticket.   Saints can then work with Arriva to make sure as many bus runs can take place as possible for its loyal fans.  The club can also confirm that Merseytravel’s number 17 service will operate on its normal timetable before and after kick off meaning those with access to free bus travel can use that service.  No cash will be taken on the Saints Arriva Bus Service with routes and services subject to demand. Normal Arriva bus regulations also apply.  Details for the Hattons Travel ‘per match’ service will be confirmed shortly – fans can buy those tickets up to 48 hours before each home game. Cost will be £4.last_img read more

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first_imgNATHAN Brown saluted Saints great first half display after they beat Hull KR 46-10 at Langtree Park.His side scored six first half tries to kill off the Robins’ hopes of a second win in a row in St Helens.“I thought the first half was really pleasing,” he said. “We came here expecting a tough game after the games we’d had with Hull KR but we did really well.“James Roby was great and you can’t put a price on a hooker like that. It is a crucial spot in the team. We started well and our right edge did well. The guys have played with Robes for a long time and work off him. It was his second game back and he could have stayed on until the end.“We are confident heading into next week. We have played some good sides in the last few weeks and had some good results. We can take that into the game next week and we know we can do well.“The players want to do well. They have been in a number of big games over the years and we want to do well to give ourselves a shot at Old Trafford.”Adam Swift scored a hat-trick in the match to take his tally to 13 in 10 games.“He is playing well,” Nathan added. “In fact, both wings are firing well. Frannis Meli is going well at centre, as is Jordan Turner, and they are linking up with Robes too.“It helps that they have pace and there is a lot of speed in that back line. I was also pleased that Jordan Turner was great with the boot tonight.”Ticket details for our match at Leeds next Friday are here.last_img read more

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first_imgSAINTS will travel to the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Thursday to take on Warrington (8pm).Fans can buy North Stand seated tickets from the Warrington ticket office from 5pm. There are no standing tickets remaining.Seated tickets are Adults – £29.50, Conc – £20, Junior – £10.last_img

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