Saints welcome the Robins – The Community View
Once again, the Community were hard at work behind the scenes on Friday evening, during the game against Hull KR at the Totally Wicked Stadium!
Before everything got underway, we went outside to support the Food Pantry, which will be outside the Totally Wicked Stadium for the two remaining regular season home games in 2023. First against Leigh Leopards on Friday 8th September, before Saints host Hull FC on Friday 22nd September.
Our LDRL side kicked off the evening with a game against Leigh Leopards at the Totally Wicked Stadium. The sides went head to head and were applauded off by the fans of a rapidly filling stadium at the end of the game. Boots also got into work early to cheer the two sides on!
Following that, the Cheerleaders performed their routine in the middle of the pitch towards the North Stand.
Club mascot, Boots then began his walk around the stadium to greet and take photos with fans around all four stands.
Former Saint, Heritage Number 1246, Lachlan Coote then came onto the pitch and gave his final speech to the fans at the Totally Wicked Stadium, before he returns to Australia later on this week.
As the two teams headed inside to begin their final preparations for the game, our A-Star Saints Angels did their pre-game dance in the middle of the pitch. They then welcomed the sides onto the pitch.
We also welcomed some Community Clubs to the pitch to hold up the flags as we waited for the two sides to come out.
During the half-time break, RugBees took place in the middle of the Totally Wicked Stadium pitch. As we allowed regular attendees from our programme to have a game of rugby league at the stadium.
During half-time the LDRL sides had a lap of honour around the pitch, with all four stands applauding the two sides.
At half-time the A-Star Saints Angels performed another routine in the middle of the pitch. That ran alongside the RugBees session that was being held in front of the North Stand.POSTED ON:
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