Bird Flu - American A10's join in the Turkey Shoot by mistake

 Waterloo have been alleged to call Sefton a 'Small Club'

 Wilkinson's Sword - a skilful repartee puts 27 points on the Jocks


 Poor away form - performance enhancing beer not working

 Phil puts in peroxide curls so he can bomb down the wing

 Is it Art ? - sunken Seacat docks at sunken landing stage

The Suftimes

Sefton hire a new Tour Bus

Low Carbon Emissions (but High Methane) for Easter Mystery Tour

St Edwards OB 12 Sefton 34

Sefton took this re-arranged Division Two game at St Edwards.

Jude Garvey and Peter Stephenson went in for Saints with Tony Evans converting once. Sefton scored most of their points in the first half with two tries by John Fenton with Phil Evans and Billy Coulter also crossing.

A strong pushover try in the final minutes was touched down by Mark Tyms.



Sefton 18 Crewe-Nantwich 5

Sefton hunted down third placed Crewe with one of their best performances of the season. An early injury to kicker Phil Evans did not affect the flow and tries by Wayne Osborne and John Fenton secured the victory. The skipper also added to two penalties and a conversion.



Ashton-Mersey 13 Sefton 12

Sefton may rue this result at the end of the season losing at bottom placed Ashton. Tries by Brian Gardner and Peter McBride put them firmly in charge going into the final quarter but a late score killed off the visitors



Sefton 15 Warrington 10

Sefton beat Warrington 15-10, Matt Thomas and Gareth Rogerson went over with Dave Almond kicking one conversion and a penalty. McDermott landed a penalty for Warrington and converted Sullivan's try.



Wallasey 19 Sefton 5

Sefton must improve their away form to stabilize their future in Division 2.

Lowly Wallasey were gifted tries and a sole try by John Fenton was not enough considering the possession they had.



Sefton 37 St Edward's OB 10

Sefton returned to winning ways in Division Two by 37-10 against bottom of the table St Edward's. John Fenton scored two tries with others coming from Brian Gardner, Tom Fletcher and Geraint Thomas. There was also a penalty-try and Phil Evans landed two conversions and a penalty.








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