World Trade Center Disaster Special
Chef arrested, he wanted to make the Big Apple crumble
Wembley sell Twin Towers to New York for undisclosed sum
Pilot to his wife 'Won't be home tonight honey, I'm crashing out in New York'
Tuesday 11th September 2001
Zante 0 Sefton 0 - Basher doesn't score on holiday
Esher put 50 on Waterloo, book of condolence behind bar
Pies'R'Us - shares take a nosedive as FTSE & mouth hits
Irish SAS go after Afghans !
Battersea Dogs Home report no casualties
Parkonians12 Sefton 31
Classy Sefton controlled this friendly and scored top class tries through Brian Gardner (2), Billy Coulter, debutante Stuart Bailey and Paul Wynne with Wayne Osborne adding three conversions.
Darren Hughes scored two interception tries for Parkonians with Mark Hillen landing a conversion.
Halton17 Sefton 21
Sefton just had the edge in this friendly thanks to a two-try display by skipper Andy Walsh with Wayne Osborne adding the conversion and three penalties.
Walsh, Gareth Rogerson and Paul Wynne were Sefton's best while Duncan Curphey starred for Halton with a try and a conversion with Andy Rhodes and Paul van der Merwe adding further tries.
Chorley9 Sefton 19
Paul Wynne led the pack as Sefton marched into the second round of the Junior Knockout Cup with a 19-9 win at Chorley.
Dave Neary scored the only try, converted by Phil Evans, while Wayne Osborne kicked four match winning penalties.
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