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George Netherton sadly passed away suddenly on the 11th May 2015. He was a true Hull FC fan who never missed a game Not only was he a Hull FC fan but he loved rugby league in general. In the early days George would go to the Boulevard to cheer on the black and white and stand in the threepenny stand. You would always know where he was sat watching the game because you would hear him cheering or disagreeing with the ref.  He was very passionate about the black and whites and a very proud supporter. The day George got to see his grandson Danny Nicklas play for Hull FC was a very proud day for him.

George's daughter Kay Netherton, their family and friends have very kindly donated £90 to the SPF to fulfill George's wish that his donation money to go to the Steve Prescott Foundation

The SPF send their condolences to all family and friends of George, and thank them for their kind donation.

George Netherton RIP

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My name's Matthew Lewis and along with my mate Nick, and against our better judgement, we have decided to climb a mountain and we need YOUR help...

Both Nick and I are big Rugby League fans and we've followed our team the Leeds Rhinos for many years. Rugby League however is more than just club loyalties and tribalism. It's a social sport, a game that brings communities together instead of dividing them, for want of a better word, it's a family. And nobody sums that mentality up more than Steve Prescott.

A team of 36 climbers will be tackling Kilimanjaro in October 2015 to raise funds for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF).

The official launch for the climb which is sponsored by Spectrum Group, a leading recruitment and training specialist in construction and rail with its head office in Manchester, took place at 1330 on Thursday 16th July 2015 at the Tree of Hope at The Christie, Manchester. The launch was attended by Steve’s wife, Linzi Prescott, SPF General Manager Martin Blondel, Spectrum Group Managing Director Neil Farrow and leading celebrities.

A team of 36 climbers will be tackling Kilimanjaro in October 2015 to raise funds for the Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF).

The official launch for the climb which is sponsored by Spectrum Group, a leading recruitment and training specialist in construction and rail with its head office in Manchester, took place at 1330 on Thursday 16th July 2015 at the Tree of Hope at The Christie, Manchester. The launch was attended by Steve’s wife, Linzi Prescott, SPF General Manager Martin Blondel, Spectrum Group Managing Director Neil Farrow and leading celebrities.

The SPF are delighted to have four participants in this years UK Ironman in Bolton on the 19th July.

They are led by Steve's brother Neil Prescott. They have all been training very hard for the last 6 months, through all the bad weather that we have experienced this year.

The SPF are delighted to have four participants in this years UK Ironman in Bolton on the 19th July.

They are led by Steve's brother Neil Prescott. They have all been training very hard for the last 6 months, through all the bad weather that we have experienced this year.

Three Saints fans Rob 'Rughead' Taylor, Bobby Taylor and Sam Thompson completed a 30 mile walk in 12 hours visiting five Northwest Rugby League clubs on the way. The walkers set off at 6am from Wigan Warriors DW stadium to Langtree Park St Helens via Leigh  Sports Village, Warrington Wolves Halliwell Jones Stadium and the Widnes Viking's Select Security stadium. The sun was shining all the way as they made their way round the clubs.

Who won the NWC Development Cup Final u15s, on Sunday 5th July. Woolston beat Hindley ARLFC by 13 points to 12. The game was placed into "golden point" as the score was 12-12 at the end of normal time. Jake Eccles then slotted over a drop goal to secure the victory & the trophy for Woolston, and send his team & coaching staff delirious with joy.

A football charity match between Parr Cons (a new football team started up for the coming season) Vs the Horseshoe legends (team from years ago, ex players etc...) all players (30 minimum) will pay £10 to play, 1 will be representing team SPF, the other will represent team Willowbrook.

It will be played on Bold Miners playing fields on 11th July Kick off 3pm.
There will be a after match party at the Parr Conservative with have disco/karaoke, raffles, Dick Bond plus buffet etc... for £1 entry!

All money raised will be split between the SPF and Willowbrook Hospice. 

This week we had the pleasure of presenting Graham Worsley Managing Director of GPW Recruitment with a celebratory plaque for their sponsorship of the GPW Recruitment St Helens 10K Run for the past five year’s with huge success.  With thousands of runners over the years battling North Road we cannot thank GPW and everyone involved for their relentless support.

Go to the following link to get daily updates on Neil's progress in aid of SPF - https://www.spectrum-group.uk.com/blog/2015/07/neils-daily-cycle-diary

Spectrum's Managing Director Neil Farrow's charity fundraising knows no bounds! 

Not only is he scaling Mount Kilimanjaro in October, the highest free standing mountain in the world. He is also taking part in a Spectrum Charity Bike Ride 6-11th July 2015 - all in aid of the Steve Presott Foundation (SPF). 

The ‘Preccy’ Charity Bike Ride

Saturday the 4th of July 2015 – Higher Wheelton to Wigan

Meeting point:  The Golden Lion at Higher Wheelton, PR6 8HP

The ‘Preccy’ Charity Bike Ride

Saturday the 4th of July 2015 – Higher Wheelton to Wigan

Meeting point:  The Golden Lion at Higher Wheelton, PR6 8HP

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