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St Helens RLFC

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It starts here!

Here at the Saints' fixtures for the next season, I will find everyone elses in due time.

Round 1 SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2006 Harlequins R L v St Helens 3:00

Round 2 FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY 2006 St Helens v Castleford Tigers 8:00

Round 3 FRIDAY 24 FEBRUARY 2006 SKY St Helens v Leeds Rhinos 8:00

Round 4 FRIDAY 3 MARCH 2006 SKY Warrington Wolves v St Helens 8:00

Round 5 SUNDAY 12 MARCH 2006 Huddersfield Giants v St Helens 3:00

Round 6 FRIDAY 17 MARCH 2006 SKY St Helens v Bradford Bulls 8:00

Round 7 FRIDAY 24 MARCH 2006 SKY Hull F C v St Helens 8:00

Round 8 FRIDAY 07 APRIL 2006 St Helens v Harlequins R L 8:00

Round 9 FRIDAY 14 APRIL 2006 SKY St Helens v Wigan Warriors 0:00

Round 10 MONDAY 17 APRIL 2006 C.E.T Catalans Dragons v St Helens 6:00 at Aime Giral

Round 11 FRIDAY 21 APRIL 2006 Salford City Reds v St Helens 8:00

Round 12 FRIDAY 28 APRIL 2006 St Helens v Wakefield Trinity Wildcat 8:00

Round 13 SATURDAY 06 MAY 2006 SKY Huddersfield Giants v St Helens 6:05

Round 14 FRIDAY 12 MAYSt Helens v Warrington Wolves 8:00

Round 15 SATURDAY 27 MAY 2006 SKY Wigan Warriors v St Helens 6:05

Round 16 FRIDAY 09 JUNE 2006 St Helens v Hull F C 8:00

Round 17 FRIDAY 16 JUNE 2006 Bradford Bulls v St Helens 8:00

Round 18 SATURDAY 24 JUNE 2006 SKY St Helens v Salford City Reds 6:05

Round 19 SUNDAY 02 JULY 2006 Wakefield Trinity Wildcat v St Helens 3:30

Round 20 FRIDAY 07 JULY 2006 St Helens v Catalans Dragons 8:00

Round 21 FRIDAY 14 JULY 2006 St Helens v Harlequins R L 8:00

Round 22 SATURDAY 22 JULY 2006 SKY Leeds Rhinos v St Helens 6:05

Round 23 FRIDAY 04 AUGUST 2006 St Helens v Huddersfield Giants 8:00

Round 24 SUNDAY 13 AUGUST 2006 Castleford Tigers v St Helens 3:30

Round 25 SATURDAY 19 AUGUST 2006 C.E.T Catalans Dragons v St Helens 6:00
at Narbonne

Round 26 FRIDAY 01 SEPTEMBER 2006 St Helens v Wakefield Trinity Wildcat 8:00

Round 27 FRIDAY 08 SEPTEMBER 2006 St Helens v Leeds Rhinos 8:00

Round 28 SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2006 Warrington Wolves v St Helens 3:00

Weekend commencing Friday 22nd September - engage Super League Play-Offs Week One

Weekend commencing Friday 29th September - engage Super League Play-Offs Week Two

Weekend commencing Friday 6th October - engage Super League Play-Offs
Week Three
SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER 2006
ENGAGE SUPER LEAGUE XI - GRAND FINAL 2006
 
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St Helens RLFC

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I don't know if that's right, but there are some strange kick off times this season because of UTC.
 
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Saint N Sinner

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I didn't know Harlequins had a RL team?


Spooky...
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St Helens RLFC

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The London Broncos sold out to the yawnion team so now they have their fingers in league pie as well as yawnion pie.
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Mrs SHRLFC

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Originally posted by St Helens RLFC@Nov 24 2005, 09:44 AM
I don't know if that's right, but there are some strange kick off times this season because of UTC.
There sure are if Saints v Wigan on 14/04 kicks off at midnight.
 
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DonBilly

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Originally posted by St Helens RLFC@Nov 23 2005, 10:54 PM
The London Broncos sold out to the yawnion team so now they have their fingers in league pie as well as yawnion pie.
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Why are you angry? Isn't already the case for Leeds Rhinos and Tykes? I guess this means that they can share investments on the club facilities.
 
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MightyQuin

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Originally posted by St Helens RLFC@Nov 23 2005, 09:54 PM
The London Broncos sold out to the yawnion team so now they have their fingers in league pie as well as yawnion pie.
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Personally I think they should have done this back in 2000 rather than moving off to Charlton and then Brentford - but disagreements with the then owner of Quins put paid to that.

Not sure about the Broncos name change, but I can see it has to be good for the team to run out in a stadium decorated in the same colours and logos as they are wearing, rather than just a little broncos logo on the top corner of one of the stands.

Anyway, if the Bradford chairman had had his way earlier this year, no London superleague club would exist at all anymore, let alone as Harlequins RL.

Don't have a problem with them cross coding myself - and they seem to be doing a good effort at opening the minds of both sets of supporters (wippet boys and rahrah yawnions) so far.
 
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wigan_rlfc

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Originally posted by Mrs SHRLFC+Jan 4 2006, 11:07 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Mrs SHRLFC @ Jan 4 2006, 11:07 AM)</div>
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@Nov 24 2005, 09:44 AM
I don't know if that's right, but there are some strange kick off times this season because of UTC.
There sure are if Saints v Wigan on 14/04 kicks off at midnight. [/b]
lol, It will be 12 noon that one. Good Friday.
 
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esoj

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go the catalans written off by many as being the whipping boys and not favoured to go well at all. then they come out and beat wigan. catalans should not be taken lightly now.
 
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DonBilly

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We need to see anyway how they play away. I am pretty sure that like any French team of the both codes they are much better at home than away.
 
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knowsleyroader

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Originally posted by esoj@Feb 12 2006, 10:15 AM
go the catalans written off by many as being the whipping boys and not favoured to go well at all. then they come out and beat wigan. catalans should not be taken lightly now.
The Dragons played very well but we really need to see how they go against a stronger team and their fate will only become clear after the first 6 or so rounds. It remains to be seen if they can put in that kind of performance week in week out.

It bodes well however that on their day they can put in a performance like that. If they managed to get into the playoffs that kind of performace wouldnt do them any harm at all.

BTW esoj with regards to my post a couple of weeks ago I said it didnt look good for the Dragons, I never said they were doomed to failure.

You dont need to keep mentioning that post everytime they have a win. FWIW I hope the Dragons go really well in Superleague. It can only help the development of the sport and im 100% behind that.
 
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gjohn85

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The Dragons got nothing to worry about, they can't get relegated for the first 2 seasons, even if they finished 12. It will be whoever finishes 11 gets relegated.
 
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St Helens RLFC

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Right, a summary of the results this weekend:

Sunday, 12 February 2006
Engage Super League


Leeds 20 - 12 Huddersfield

Wakefield 14 - 20 Bradford

Warrington 6 - 24 Salford

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Saturday, 11 February 2006
Engage Super League


Catalans Dragons 38 - 30 Wigan

Harlequins RL 16 - 40 St Helens

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Friday, 10 February 2006
Engage Super League


Castleford 18 - 42 Hull



I didn't see any of the live games, but Catalans beating Wigan is not only a great result from a personal view, but from a comedy point of view. If the Goons are going to defend like that all season, it could be more than 75 this season!

Saints made a solid start - not an easy game first up, and I am pleased with the result. Good start to the season.
 
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