SJP REVIEW: 2017-18 SEASON

JUN.13th.2017,
It was reported that a decision
had been made re the location of away fans at Newcastle’s home
games at St. James Park.
It was that they had requested for the away fans
to remain in the current site on Level VII.

Although new rules have come it place, the decision gives the club at
least one years dispensation.

JUN.22nd.2017,
Newcastle’s lawyers fronted by Richard Lissack QC were successful
in bringing a High Court challenge
to seek a judicial review of HMRC’s seizure of documents in the
recent raid of St James Park. In a sitting in London, Justice
Supperstone said that their was a case which could be argued on
several fronts that the warrant was obtained unlawfully. The judge
ordered that a full hearing should take place about July 27/28th

JUN.29th 2017,
The club St. James Park saw a reconvening of the Fans Forum Meeting
,
chaired by Lee Charnley. Managing Director. Others Present were: Nicole ATKIN
Head of Business Development Lee MARSHALL Head of Marketing Comms
(chair) Eddie RUTHERFORD Head of Facilities Steve STOREY Head of
Safety and Security Stephen TICKLE Ticket Operations Manager
Supporters Gareth BEARD NUDSA Mark BETHAM Equality representative
Alan CLARK Over-65s representative Steve COLE Supporters Clubs Peter
FANNING NUST Steve HASTIE NUFC Fans United Jon LANE Members’
representative Phil LEE East Stand representative Jill MORRIS
Long-distance supporters Lynne PARMLEY NUDSA Bryn TENNANT Young
persons’ representative Martin TYRRELL Leazes Stand representative
Steve WALLWORK Away fans’ representative Kris WOODS Gallowgate End
representative Apologies Kate BRADLEY Head of Newcastle United
Foundation Craig ENGLISH Corporate representative Sharon RAVENHALL
Women’s representative Daniel THOMPSON Milburn Stand representative
Wendy TAYLOR Head of Media
Items which were discussed included the departure of Graham Carr
with reassurances that the new appointment of Steve Nickson;
giving a ‘seamless transition’ as Head Scout. Nickson had
previously been head youth recruitment at the club since 2011 &
the at the meeting it was stated transfer action was imminent . Other
items on the agenda included; a Safe Standing Area, A Singing
Section, Training Ground Development, Ticketing Issues, TV
broadcasts, a potential ‘Sleeve Sponsor’& the NUFC Fans Food Bank.

JUL.5th 2017;
Following the Fans Forum & the club meeting with reps of the ‘Wor
Hyem 1892’ & ‘Gallowgate Flags’ groups; the club announced
it was going to launch a ‘Singing
Section’ in the Upper Tier Block V of the Gallowgate End for
the upcoming season. The process for those applying to move into that
area was already under way.

JUL.8th.2017.
Tickets for Ed Sheeran’s 3 Concerts at SJ
P Jun.8th.9th
& 10th 2018; went on sale.

JUL.21st.2017
Safety & Road Traffic Announcement by Councillor Nick Kemp,
Chair of the community safety partnership, Safe Newcastle;
"This
is not a decision we have taken lightly but with the support of the
Fan's Forum and the club we feel this is the right thing to do."We
have seen the death and destruction caused by terrorists who use
vehicles as weapons by driving them into crowded places”. The new
measures on first team match days are for barriers and road closures
that could stop vehicles entering the area outside of St James' Park.
These proposals have been brought in ahead of the first home game of
the season to reduce the threat of vehicles entering areas with large
crowds of supporters. The decision to tighten security was taken
following national events advice from the police National Counter
Terrorism Unit and approaches from the Fans Forum. The barriers will
be at several locations and only closed approximately 20 mins before
and after final whistle reflecting the area of greatest concern: (1)
the junction of Strawberry Place & Leazes Park Road, (2) the
junction of Strawberry Place & Barrack Road (3) the junction of
Strawberry Place & St James Street (4) Strawberry Lane. In
addition Leazes Terrace, behind the East Stand where long queues
form, will also be closed one hour before kick-off and until 20
minutes after the final whistle to allow crowds to disperse. These
measures will be tested on Sunday, August 6th, when Newcastle play
Verona in a friendly.

JUL.26th 2017. The club announced that the ‘NINE’ Bar at SJP
would commence hosting the 125 Quiz
on Friday
nights for Teams of 4. The host was named as Mick Lowes.

JUL.28th.2017
Manager Rafa Benitez d
id
a Talk In at the Nine Bar at SJP.

AUG.17th.2017,
OPEN TRAINING SESSION @ SJP.
TIMETABLE: 9am- FAN ZONE & EAST
STAND TURNSTILES OPEN. 9.45am FOUNDATION & ACADEMY TRAINING
SESSION BEGINS.10.30am 1st
TEAM PUBLIC TRAINING SESSION BEGINS. 11.45am FAN CHALLENGE. 2pm FAN
ZONE CLOSES (The Fan Zone will be on Strawberry Place road closing it
to traffic until 4pm) Attendance Approx; 12 000

AUG.31st.2017,
BOB MONCU
R did a ‘Question & Answer Session’ at the Nine Club
at SJP.

SEP.17th.2017,
‘SHOWDOWN AT ST. JAMES II’, BBBC- Boxing Event

at the Bamburgh Suite.
presented by promoters Steve Wraith, in association with Lewis
Pendleton of Fighting Chance. Bout
1; Basi Razaq (Newcastle) Won Points- 59:56; Dan West (Sheffield).
Welterwight (Referee; Graeme Williams, Tyne & Wear).
Bout 2: Kyle Redfearn (Bishop Auckland) Won Points Rd 6; Remigijius
Ziausys (Lithuania) Light. Heavyweight (Referee; Ron Kearney Tyne &
Wear; To Be Confirmed)
Bout 3: James Humble (Newcastle) Won Round 1-
155 secs knock out; Dmitrijs Gutmaus (Latvia)- Feathereight.
(Referee; Ron Kearney Tyne & Wear- To Be Confirmed).
Bout 4; Joe Maphusa (Thornaby, N.Yorks) Won on
Points 40; 36 Anwar Alfadli (Sheffield) Flyweight (Referee; Steve
Hawkins, Tyne & Wear).
Bout 5; Chad Ellis (Debut- Spennymoor)
Won Points Rd 4; James Gorman (Belfast) Welterweight. (Referee; Steve
Hawkins, Tyne & Wear).
Bout 6; Chris Woods (Darlington) Won Points 40;36 Russ Midgley (Leeds).
Super Featherweight (Referee; Graeme Williams, Tyne & Wear).

SEP.21st.2017,
During the day indoors in one of the suites, A ‘ShowRacisn The Red
Card’ Event to
ok place with local children attending.
FreddieWoodman went along, as did ex players Steve Howie &
Richard Offiong & current NUFC Womens team players; Chelsea
Barker & Jade Clarke.


SEP.21st.2017;
That evening, Terry McDermott
, did a Talk In at the Nine Bar SJP.

OCT.4th.2017;
It was announced that Newcastle’s legal challenge to
the seizure of documents by tax officials investigating finances at
the clubs SJP & managing Director Lee Charnley’s home; had
failed. The challenge over ‘the legality of the search and seize
orders’ was rejected at a court hearing in

OCT.9th.2017,
An Evening with Gavin Peacock; Talk In at the Nine Bar SJP.


OCT.13th2017,
Indoors at St. James Park was the venue for the Country’s first
ever ‘FANS SUPPORTING FOODBANKS EVE
NT’.

OCT.16th.2017;
At 5pm the club released a statement stating the owner, St.
James Holding Limited (aka Mike Ashley) was putting the club
up for sale. T
hus ending growing speculation & allowing
seriously interested parties to come forward.
The statement read as follows; “As one of the
Premier League's oldest and best supported football clubs - and for
the benefit of its many fans and supporters in the UK and across the
world - Newcastle United requires a clear direction and a path to a
bright and successful future.To give the club the best possible
opportunity of securing the positioning and investment necessary to
take it to the next level, at what is an important time in its
history, its present ownership has determined that it is in the best
interests of Newcastle United and its fans for the club to be put up
for sale.To give an incoming owner the maximum possible flexibility
to make meaningful investment in the club, including in its playing
squad, the sale process will give interested parties the opportunity
of deferring substantial payments.A process will now commence of
identifying new ownership for the club that will be capable of
delivering the sustained investment in and dedication to the club
that is necessary for it to achieve its ambitions."

OCT.18th.2017, 21st
Anniversary of 5;0 win over Man. Utd; with Darren Peacock, Steve
Watson & John Bereford. 'TALK iN'

OCT.19th 2017, There was an update released on behalf of St. James Holdings;
by Andrew Henderson,

the lawyer working for Newcastle attempting to find a buyer:
"Since Monday, a number of additional parties have come forward which we
believe to be credible.
We are also continuing to engage with a number of parties with whom we had
entered into negotiations prior to Monday’s announcement.”
The negotiations prior to the announcement are possibly to have been with
Amanda Staveley on behalf of PCP Capital Partners.

OCT.20th.2017-
North East Boxing Awards of the Year. At the Nine Bar.

OCT.27th2017
Shay Given Talk In at the None Bar. SJP

NOV.9th.2017,
An Evening with Micky Quinn; Talk In at the Nine Bar SJP.

NOV.17th.2017,
An Evening with Sir Geoff Hurst; Talk In at the Nine Bar SJP.

NOV.20th 2017, News spread that an offer had been made to buy the club by Ms.
Amanda Staveley's PIC Capital Partners,
following doing 'Due
Diligence' on the clubs accounts. Report as to the actual amount the
club owner wants and how much has been offered deferred. However, it
appears they do not match and further negotiations are required

DEC.5th.
Nine Bar Talk In with Rob Elliott, Jamaal Lascelles & Matt Ritchie.


DEC.12th 2017; The press widely reported that club owner Mike Ashley and the potential
buyer Amanda Staveley's PCP Capital Partners, were very clos
e to a
deal on the price, which most reports appear to think is around £300 to £350 Million.

JAN.16th 2018; The press now widely reported that club owner Mike Ashley and the
potential buyer Amanda Staveley's PCP Capital Partners had not been
to able make a dea
l and that their interest in buying the club was over.

FEB.24th.2018;
Nine Bar Talk In with Nikos Dabizas.


MAR.2nd.2018;
Nine Bar Presented the 25th
Anniversary of the Entertainers
Promotion; featuring Brian Kilcline, David Kelly, Liam O'Brien, Lee Clark, Steve Howey, Gavin Peacock, Rob Lee,
Kevin Scott.


MAR.11th
2018; SJP was the setting of the 5th
annual CEO 'Sleep Out
' with
fundraisers and businessmen spending the in the ground raising funds
to fight homelessness and poverty. The event had originally been
scheduled for March 1st
but was rescheduled due to the severe weather.

APR.11th
2018- ZipSlide 2018 took place at SJP; with 70 participants raising
£15 000 for the NUFC Foundatio
n. The Zip was set up from Level 7 of
the Leazes Stand.

APR.25th
2018- FANS FORUM MEETING- Club Reps: Lee CHARNLEY Managing
Director Nicole ATKIN Head of Business Development Kate BRADLEY Head
of Foundation Lee MARSHALL Head of Marketing Comms (chair) Eddie
RUTHERFORD Head of Facilities Steve STOREY Head of Safety and
Security Stephen TICKLE Ticket Operations Manager . Supporters Res;
Gareth BEARD NUDSA Steve COLE Supporters Clubs Craig ENGLISH
Corporate representative Peter FANNING NUST Steve HASTIE NUFC Fans
United Jon LANE Members’ representative Phil LEE East Stand
representative Jill MORRIS Long-distance supporters Lynne PARMLEY
NUDSA Bryn TENNANT Young persons’ representative Steve WALLWORK
Away fans’ representative Kris WOODS Gallowgate End representative.
Apologies; Mark BETHAM Equality representative Alan CLARK Over-65s
representative Sharon RAVENHALL Women’s representative Daniel
THOMPSON Milburn Stand representative Martin TYRRELL Leazes Stand
representative Wendy TAYLOR Head of Media..
SUMMARY OF ISSUES DISCUSSED..:-
Steve Hastie Queried whether it would be possible to have forums on
match like Arsenal do. . It was felt it would have a negative impact
on match days. Peter Fanning suggested setting dates for future
meetings to send out a positive message. This was agreed & they
are to be as follows; Aug.28th 2018; Feb.12th 2019; May 21st
2019. A ticketing update followed on loyalty points. New online
ticketing system . More information on a proposed new online
ticketing system was also requested. It was confirmed that a new
ticketing provider has been appointed, 'SeatGeek',
due to go live before the end of the season (subject to a final round of
testing) The system will also be tested for the European Rugby
Champions Cup Final, to be held at St. James’ Park in May 2019. The
Safe Standing area debate was updated by Steve Storey who advised
that the club’s stance had not changed although the petition was
outlined, however, he felt a trial at SJP would be unlikely without
change in legislation. The club gave assurances that present no
suitable alternative for housing away fans had been found. The long
standing issue of whether the ground could be extended at Gallowgate
end to accommodate about another 8ooo fans ,was replied to as not
commercially viable. It was also stated that the latest accounts
detailing the financial impact of the club’s relegation to the
Championship for the 2016/17 season will be released soon but no date
has been set yet. A discussion about rescheduling of fixtures;
especially away ones at short notice, give fans difficulty in then
attending. However, deals exist with clubs about television
scheduling, which seem to result in Premier clubs having to go along
with this. Questions were asked about Rafa & the clubs backing of
him in the transfer market. The
club stated he has a year still on his contract and discussions to
extend this continue. They also stressed that discussions around the
transfer pot available continue. Reminding fans of the financial
disadvantage the club was now in, following the recent relegation &
also of the vastly superior financial situation of Champions League
clubs. Finally fans were reminded that recruitment is a year round
activity & not just occurring during transfer periods. The club
explained that the upcoming Ed Sheeran concerts & Rugby matches
are financially beneficial to the club, and have been structured;
having invested significant funds in pitch technology to enable such
events to take place without having a detrimental effect on the
pitch. The club was next questioned if it was still up for the sale.
The answer was that the position has not changed and if or when there
is anything to update, the club would do so. It was also confirmed
that there is an option to buy loan player Martin Dúbravka; but not
for Kenedy. Next there was a video presentation on the 'Foundation
Pitchside’ project. It showed the
foundation’s vision for a new community hub, to be located very
close to the ground. The narrator was Shola Amoebi and it is hoped
the facility offer community space, classrooms, a gymnasium and a
rooftop football pitch. Kate Bradley then talked through the plans.
Finally; there was an update on the Fans’ Food Bank campaign. He
thanked the players and Rafa Benítez for contributing personalised
artwork for a recent North East Art Collective blind auction, which
is likely to raise a lot. The matchday collections so far have
financed about £150,000 of produce and cash donations in just 15
months. & will also have a presence for the Magic Weekend and Ed
Sheeran concerts and has also been at Kingston Park following a
presence at Newcastle Falcons’ match at St. James’ Park. It
directly benefits the West End Foodbank.

APR.27th.
2018, Nine Bar Talk In with Ryan Taylor.

MAY 2nd 2018, The final of the Northumberland Senior Cup once again took
place at SJP, between Newcastle's UNDER 23's & MORPETH TOWN. They
won 3(1) : 1(1). Goal Scorers; CALLUM ROBERTS (2 GOALS- 15 & 62-
assist Wilson), DANIEL BARLASER (90+3) (+ hit post 6 mins), NUFC.
LIAM HENDERSON (45+2- assist Taylor),
Morpeth. Ex Magpie reserves Ben Sayer &
Stephen Forster 
played in the Morpeth Town side. Referee; Steven Lennon
(Northumberland FA) Attendance; 1224.

NUFC:
Nathan Harker, Owen Bailey, Macaulay Gillesphey, Jack Hunter (SUB- 88
Mo Sangare), Joseph Yarney, Curtis Good, Victor Ferndanez (SUB- 90+2
Stefan O'Connor), Dan Barlaser, Luke Charman, Callum Roberts, Adam
Wilson (SUB- 69 Callum Williams).

MORPETH: Karl Dryden, Stephen Forster, Wayne Phillips, Ben Sayer (capt),
Michael Turner, Chris Reid, Sean Taylor, Jordan Fry (SUB- 16 Keith
Graydon), Joe Walton (SUB- 77 Stephen Elliott), Liam Henderson (SUB-
90 Mark Davison), Danny Carson.

MAY 18th 2018
NUFC ACCOUNTS FOR PREVIOUS SEASON 2016-17
(Dated 30/06/2017, published 18/05/2018

-- Starting at the top of the income statement, Newcastle had total revenue of
£85.7 million, a record for a club in the Championship, but nearly a
third less than the previous season in the Premier League.
There is a large gap between those clubs in the Championship earning
parachute payments and those that do not.
NUFC PREMIER LEAGUE 2016-17
PARACHUTE PAYMENTS ;
EQUAL SHARE; 19 416 094. OVERSEAS
TV; 21 499 828. TOTAL= 40 915 922
Wages are the biggest expense, and
Newcastle spent £112.2 million in 2016/17, up 50% from the previous
season in the Premier League, but this headline sum includes some
one-off costs. £9.9 million of this was paid for promotion bonuses.
Also £22 million was for players who had their contracts paid up or
went out on loan . Average League Attendance; 51 108.
Cash profit at end of year; £8.3
million . Mike Ashley lent the club a further £15 million during the
year, taking his total interest free loans to £144 million. The club
also had an overdraft at 30 June 2017. In addition to the loans
Ashley has invested a further £134 million in shares in the club,
taking his total investment to £278 million.

MAY 19th 2018 DACIA BEDFRED RUGBY WEEKEND AT SJP. DAY ONE: BERFRED RUGBY
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH; TORONTO WOLFPACK 43 (16); 30 (12)
TOULOUSE
. Scorers;
TORONTO- TRIES: LIAM KAY (5, 44, 53), MATTHEW RUSSELL (13), ANDREW
DIXON (30), RYAN BRIERLEY (50), CHASE STANLEY (61), SAM HOPKINS (67).
CONVERSIONS; RYAN BRIERLEY (6, 13, 45, 51, 67). DROP GOAL; RYAN
BRIERLEY (5). TOULOUSE- TRIES; MURRAD KRIOUACHE )17), ANTHONY MARION
(39), BUZINAC (56), RHYS CURRAN (76), JONATHON FORD (79).
CONVERSIONS: MARK KHEIRALLAH (18, 40, 57, 76, 80). Referee; Scott
Mikalauskas (Leigh) .

TORONTO: Gareth O'Brien, Matthew
Russell, Chase Stanley, Greg Worthington, Liam Kay, Josh McCrone,
Ryan Brierley, Jacob Emmitt, Robert Beswick, Ashton Sims, Andrew
Dixon, Cory Paterson, Sam Hopkins. SUBS; Sam Sidlow, Blake Wallace,
Olsi Krasniqi, Richard Whiting. 

 TOULOUSE; Mark Kheirallah,
Chris Centrone, Gavin Marguerite, Bastien Ader, James Worthington,
Jonathon Ford, William Barthau, Clement Boyer, Murrad Kriouache,
Maxime Puech, Sebastien Planas, Rhys Curran, Andrew Bentley. SUBS:
Anthony Marion, Tyla Hepi, Charlie Buzinac, Justin Sangare

BETFRED RUGBY SUPER LEAGUE MATCH 1; WIDNES VIKINGS 18 (18): ST. HELENS 38
(22).
Scorers; WIDNES VIKINGS- TRIES: MATT WHITLEY (5), WELLINGTON ALBERT (26),
JIMMY KEINHORST (40). CONVERSONS: STEFAN MARSH (5, 26, 40). ST.
HELENS- TRIES: DANNY RICHARDSON (8), MARK PERCIVAL (13), REGAN GRACE
(18, 77), BEN BRABA (29), RYAN MORGAN (55, 63). CONVERSIONS: DANNY
RICHARDSON (8, 13, 18, 46, 78). Referee; Liam Moore (Wigan).

WIDNES: Rhys Hanbury, Patrick Ah
Van, Charly Runciman, Jimmy Keinhorst, Stefan Marsh, Joe Mellor,
Aaron Heremaia, Jay Chapelow, Jordan Johnstone, Greg Burke, Matt
Whitley, Sam Wilde, Hep Cahill. SUBS; Tom Olbison, Macgraff Leuluai,
Danny Walker, Wellington Albert.
ST. HELENS: Ben Barba,Tommy Makinson, Ryan Morgan, Mark Percival, Regan
Grace, Jonny Lomax,Danny Richardson, Luke Douglas, James Roby, Luke
Thompson, Dominique Peyroux, Zeb Taia, Jon Wilkin. SUBS; Theo Fages,
Louie McCarthy- Scarsbrook, Morgan Knowles, Matthew Lees 

BETFRED RUGBY SUPER LEAGUE MATCH 2; WIGAN WARRIORS 38 (16) : 10 (10)
WARRINGTON WOLVES.
Scorers: WIGAN- TRIES: SAM POWELL (25), SAM TOMKINS (30), JOHN BATEMAN (51),
GEORGE WILLIAMS (53), LIAM MARSHALL (74), TOM DAVIES (77).
CONVERSIONS: SAM TOMKINS (5, 25, 30, 40, 51, 71, 80). WARRINGTON-
TRIES: HARVEY LIVETT (12),STEFAN RATCHFORD (35). CONVERSIONS: BRYSON
GOODWIN (36). Referee; Phil Bentham (Leigh) Injured & Replaced
17 mins- by Robert Hicks (Oldham).

WIGAN: Sam Tomkins, Tom Davies, John Bateman, Oliver Gildart, Liam Marshall,
George Williams, Sam Powell, Tony Clubb, Thomas Leuluai, Ben Flower,
Willie Isa, Liam Farrell, Joel Tomkins. SUBS: Morgan Escare, Ryan
Sutton, Romain Navarrete, Taulima Tautai.
WARRINGTON: Stefan Ratchford, Tom Lineham, Bryson Goodwin, Ryan Atkins, Josh Charnley,
Kevin Brown, Tyrone Roberts, Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Sitaleki
Akauola, Harvey Livett, Jack Hughes, Ben Westwood. SUBS; Ben
Murdoch-Masila, Declan Patton, Joe Philbin, George King 

BETFRFD RUGBY SUPER LEAGUE MATCH 3; CASTELFORD TIGERS 38 (22) : LEEDS PHINOS
10 (0). Castleford hammered Leeds in a one sided contest. S
corers; CASTLEFORD TIGERS-
TRIES: JY HITCHCOX (13), JAKE FOSTER (19), JUNIOR MOORS (39), MICHAEL
SHENTON (41), ADAM MILNER (62), OLIVER HOLMES (66). CONVERSIONS-
JAMIE ELLIS (14,20,35,40,40, 43,63). LEEDS RHINOS- TRIES- MLKOLAJ
OLEOZKI (56), BRETT FERRES (79). CONVERSONS- KALLUM WATKINS (57).
Referee: Chris Kendall (Huddersfield).

CASTLEFORD: Michael Shenton, Greg Minikin, Jake Webster, Alex Foster, Jy Hitchcox , Jamie Ellis,
Jacob Trueman, Liam Watts, Paul Mcshane, Jesse Sene-Lefao. Joe
Wardle, Mike McMeeken, Adam Milner. SUBS; Junior Moors, Grant
Millington, Oliver Holmes, Nathan Massey Jack Walker.

LEEDS RHINOS: Jack Walker, Tom Briscoe, Kallum Watkins, Ash Handley, Ryan
Hall, Joel Moon, Richie Myler, MIkolaj Oledzki, Matt Parcell,
Nathaniel Peteru, Stevie Ward, Jamie Jones-Buchanan, Brett Delaney.
SUBS: Adam Cuthbertson, Brad Dwyer, Brett Ferres, Cameron Smith.

MAY 20th 2018 DACIA BEDFRED RUGBY WEEKEND AT SJP. DAY TWO:

2018 DACIA BEDFRED RUGBY WEEKEND AT SJP. DAY TWO: BETFRED RUGBY SUPER
LEAGUE MATCH 1; SALFORD RED DEVILS 12 (4): CATALAN DRAGONS 26 (12).

Scorers; SALFORD- TRIES: WELLER HAURAKI (9), GEORGE GRIFFIN (75). CONVERSIONS;
ROBERT LUI (9, 75). CATALANS- TRIES: BENJAMIN GARCIA (14), JULIEN
BOUSQUET (23), JODIE BROUGHTON (50, 61, 63). CONVERSIONS: TONY GIGOT
(23, 61, 72). Referee: Richard Silverwood (Dewsbury, West Yorkshire).

SALFORD: Niall Evalds, Greg Johnson, Kris Welham, Junior Sau, Derrel Olpherts, Robert Lui, Jack
Littlejohn, Craig Kopczak, Logan Tomkins, Lee Mossop, George Griffin,
Weller Hauraki, Mark Flanagan. SUBS: Lama Tasi, Tyrone McCarthy, Josh Wood, Daniel Murray,

CATALANS; Tony Gigot, Jodie Broughton, David Mead, Brayden Wiliame,
Lewis Tierney, Greg Bird, Joshua Drinkwater, Mickael Simon, Michael
Mcllorum, Sam Moa, Benjamin Jullien, Benjamin Garcia, Remi Casty.
SUBS: Louis Anderson, Julien Bosquet, Jason Baitieri, Antoni Maria 

MATCH 2; WAKEFIELD TRINITY 22 (6): HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS 25 (19). Scorers;
WAKEFIELD- TRIES: MATTY ASHURST (32), BEN JONES-BISHOP (46, 56),
REECE LYNE (73). CONVERSIONS; LIAM FINN (33,47, 57). HUDDERSFIELD-
TRIES: AARON MURPHY (10), ADAM O'BREIN (18), JAKE MAMO (23), DARNELL
McINTOSH (50). CONVERSIONS: DANNY BROUGH (11,19,24,51), DROP GOAL;
DANNY BROUGH (40). Referee: James Child ((Wakefield).

WAKEFIELD: Ryan Hampshire, Ben Jones-Bishop, Bill Tupou, Reece Lyne, Mason
Caton-Brown, Jacob Miller, Liam Finn, David Fifita, Tyler Randell,
Kegan Hurst, Danny Kirmond, Matty Ashurst, Tinirau Arona. SUBS; Kyle
Wood,Justin Horo, Pauli Pauli, Craig Huby.

HUDDERSFIELD: Jordan Rankin, Jermaine McGillvary, Lee Gaskell,
Jake Mamo, Darnell McIntosh, Jordan Turner, Danny Brough, Ukuma
Ta'ai, Adam O'Brien, Paul Clough, Alex Mellor, Aaron Murphy, Ryan
Hinchcliffe. SUBS; Sebastine Ikahihifo, Kruise Leeming, Tyler
Dickinson, Matty English.

MATCH 3; HULL KINGSTON ROVERS 22 (10): HULL FC 34 (24). Scorers;
KINGSTON ROVERS- TRIES: KIERAN MOSS (13, 28, 56), TOMMY LEE (72).
CONVERSIONS; RYAN SHAW (29, 57, 73). HULL FC- TRIES: SCOTT TAYLOR
(19), JAMIE SHAUL (24, 38), LIAM HARRIS (31), JACK LOGAN (68), JAKE
CONNOR (69). CONVERSIONS: JAKE CONNOR (20, 25, 32, 39, 70). Referee;
Ben Thaler (Wakefield). COMBINED ATTENDANCE TOTAL FOR THE TWO DAYS =
64 319.

HULL KR: Adam Quinlan, Ryan Shaw, Liam Salter, Taioalo Vaivai, Kieran Moss, Maurice Blair, Tommy
Lee, Mose Masoe, Aaron Smith, Nick Scruton, Danny Tickle, Chris
Clarkson, James Donaldson. SUBS; James Greenwood, Ben Kavanagh, Chris Atkin, Jordan Walne.

HULL FC: Jamie Shaul, Josh Griffin, Cameron Scott, Kirk
Yeaman, Jack Logan, Jake Connor, Liam Harris, Scott Taylor, Danny
Houghton, Chris Green, Mark Minichiello, Sika Manu, Joe Westerman.
SUBS; Dean Hadley, Mickey Paea, Hakim Miloudi, Masimbaashe Motongo.

MAY 21st 2018, FAN GAME AT SJP; Coral Competition winners, Simon
Greaves and Paul Ginsberg booth took part in the fan game on the
pitch at SJP on Monday: The Score was a 3;3 draw.
Prior to this Kieran Dyer played in a game for a Barclays XI.

MAY 22nd 2018, The World Premier of a film about Sir Bobby Robson took place
at SJP enmtitled 'Bobby Robson; More than a Manager'. Further
screen
ings are now scheduled at Wembley & Portman Rd, Ipswich.
The screenings included 'pitchside question & answer sessions'
with the films directors; Gabriel Clarke & Torquil Jones, along with some ex players

MAY 30th 2018 A 'Play On The Pitch: Corporate 5-A-Side Foundation Cup Fundraising Day' took
place. It involved 20 teams in groups playing 4 matches; followed by
play offs playing for the 'Foundation Cup'.







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