Millennium Special

 Ackers has no problem at all with the Millennium tug

 New Year chilli - London Eye beaten by Liverpool Ring

 Basher still has 9 slots left on BT's Family and Friends


 First Team Full Back pantomime - Pussy in Boots

 Second Row panto - Big Jack and the Beanstalk (Tealey)

 2nd Team pantomime - Robin Udy and Babes Ian Wood

The Seftimes

4th Team Captain floored by MP !

Roy Gladden carried off after clash with Bob Wareing MP


Ruskin Park 5 Sefton 5

Honours were shared after a Gareth Rogerson try had put Sefton ahead before Stuart Fisher levelled with a similar effort in this Cheshire/South Lancashire Division Two clash.

Fisher was best for Ruskin Park while skipper Andy Walsh was tops for Sefton who had three tries disallowed after Kevin Byrne, Brian Gardner and Mark Tyms all crossed the home line.


Gladden in bid for West Derby seat

FORMER Liverpool councillor Roy Gladden is to stand against MP Bob Wareing for the West Derby constituency. Mr Gladden, 52, announced his decision to become a prospective candidate today. Veteran politician Wareing, 69, failed to be automatically re-selected as the candidate for the safe seat in the next election, but he has vowed to fight on and keep it. Mr Gladden has a strong history within the Labour Party and the trade union movement, having worked as a full time convenor for the GMB. He represented Clubmoor Ward on the council between 1982-87, when he became one of the 47 Labour councillors banned from public office for five years after setting a late rate. Mr Gladden of Ballantyne Grove, Clubmoor, said: "I consider myself the best person for the job and for West Derby. That's why I have come forward and thrown my hat in the ring." Shortlisting and selection is likely to take place by March, with candidates from all over the country being considered on a national panel.’ is a bit of a larf, all characters in this newsletter are hopeless and any association in real life is purely coincidental. If you don’t like it ‘tough titties’, if you can you feed the Editor with ‘scoops’ feel free to E-mail on : - or you can visit the new Internet site at