Wedding River prance - Basher plays Michael Flatulence
Army Nurse wants bigger tanks for Ackers
California Wet Dreaming - Denis cops off with a Mama Cass
Sydney Olympics 2000 - Sefton medals
Gold fever - Jonesy and Brandy in double sculls
Quick Silver - Barry Wilkes in the sprint girdle
Bronze Age - Coins found in Brian Eden's wallet
Chip does the Cypriot Haka !
Greek fairy sinks the 'lake second team
Sefton44 Ruskin Park 7
Two tries by skipper Andy Walsh set Sefton the way to a Cheshire/ South Lancashire 3 victory.
Steve Brown(20, Peter McBride and Mark Carruthers also scored and Phil evans landed four conversions and two penalties.
Ruskin Park replied with a john Howden try, converted by Stuart Fisher. Sefton's star men were Walsh and pack man Andy Sheehan.
Hoylake10 Sefton 7
Hoylake did just enough to win this Cheshire/ South Lancashire 3 clash, thanks to tries by Mike Young and man of the match Frank Cassidy.
Sefton finished strongly and scored a late try through Kevin Byrne converted by Phil Evans but it wasn't quite enough.
Rugby World - June 2000
TWO MERSEYSIDE youngsters have found a novel way to add another dimension to their game.
Louis McGowan of Waterloo and Chris Bentley of Orrell are taking ballet lessons to improve their footwork and flexibility.
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