St Helens RUFC

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St. Helens RUFC are a rugby union club, not to be confused with St Helens RFC,who were based in St Helens, Merseyside. St Helens RUFC were founded in 1919 as St. Helens Old Boys with former students of Cowley High former the majority of the team.

Liverpool FC (a rugby union club, not to be confused with the association football team of the same name) and St. Helens RUFC merged in 1986 and play at Moss Lane the former St Helens club’s ground.

A number of the team achieved international honors; Alan Ashcroft, John Horton, Nigel Heslop and the current club President Ray French who gained International honors in both League and Union. Ray French is currently the President of the merged club, Liverpool St Helens RUFC.