His side ran in six tries to defeat the Red Devils

first_imgHis side ran in six tries to defeat the Red Devils and keep up their great start to the season.“It was a good win but it was a bit of a scratchy performance for most parts,” he said. “I’m pleased we got the win the way we did.“It took us a long time to settle down and we forced our hand with the ball too, but in the end we found a good balance.“I thought Benny Barba was outstanding for us, as was Dom Peyroux and Luke Thompson. Those guys stood up. A few of the boys didn’t have their best games, but they know that and you do get it at this time of the year.“We are hard markers on ourselves and are disappointed but it has been a disruptive week with training and not knowing if the game was on or not. All those factors make it hard.“I even have to give Benny credit for what he did during the week. If there’s someone who is going to complain about the weather it would be a bloke from North Queensland!“He has got stuck in and said to the lads what are they complaining about. He’s in a good place at the moment, is enjoying training, and it is showing on the field.“It’s good to have him here.”Saints are next in action when they travel to Warrington this Friday.Tickets for the clash are on sale from the Ticket Office, by calling 01744 455 052, or online here.last_img read more

European elections unprecedented viewing figures for Parliaments campaign film

first_imgSince its launch on Thursday 25 April, the three-minute film has been viewed over 75 million times; unprecedented figures for an institutional campaign (figures updated to Thursday 2nd May at 09.00 am).The film is subtitled in all 24 EU official languages as well as other EU languages, different national versions of the same language (33 in total), plus five worldwide major languages (Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Hindi and Turkish). It has also been produced in 31 sign languages and international sign, with the support of the European Union of the Deaf (EUD).Directed by award-winning Frédéric Planchon, and developed and produced by Parliament’s contractor, European Broadcast Partners and their sub-contractor & Co./NoA, it documents the intense, beautiful and fragile moments when new-born children come into this world across Europe and aims to make us reflect on why we vote. All the births featured in the film are real documentary footage. As one of the centrepieces of the 2019 European Parliament election campaign, the film intends to make Europeans aware of their shared values, emotions and responsibilities. In the words of the young girl narrating the film: “Each of us can leave a mark, but together we can make a real difference”.The European Parliament’s campaign also includes the thistimeimvoting.eu platform to get people involved in the European elections. So far, more than 270.000 people have signed up.The Europe-wide elections will be held in all EU countries between 23 and 26 May.WhatsApp <a href=’http://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/ck.php?n=ab2c8853&amp;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’https://revive.newsbook.com.mt/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=97&amp;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a> SharePrintlast_img read more