A bit about Pilkington Recs…

Pilkington Recs are an amateur Rugby League club based at Ruskin Drive Sports Complex in St. Helens, Merseyside. We are a club with a rich history dating back to 1898 when the club was known as St. Helens Recs. The club became known as Pilkington Recs in 1949 when it became a team for the workers of Pilkington Glass. Under both guises, the Red, Amber and Blacks were based at City Road and enjoyed unrivaled success over the years, most notably during the 1970’s and 1980’s winning 4 BARLA National Cups and also showing heroics against some of the country’s top pro clubs in the Challenge Cup.

That success has continued to this day with the Open Age 1st team progressing through the National Conference League and currently playing in the Premier Division and also the 2nd team playing their rugby in the North West Men’s League 1st Division. The club prides itself on producing its own open age players from its successful junior system which boasts numerous teams from Under 7’s upwards.

The club is a family friendly club that is at the hub of the local community and highly respected throughout amateur rugby league.

 

A bit about Pilkington Recs…

Pilkington Recs are an amateur Rugby League club based at Ruskin Drive Sports Complex in St. Helens, Merseyside. We are a club with a rich history dating back to 1898 when the club was known as St. Helens Recs. The club became known as Pilkington Recs in 1949 when it became a team for the workers of Pilkington Glass. Under both guises, the Red, Amber and Blacks were based at City Road and enjoyed unrivaled success over the years, most notably during the 1970’s and 1980’s winning 4 BARLA National Cups and also showing heroics against some of the country’s top pro clubs in the Challenge Cup.

That success has continued to this day with the Open Age 1st team progressing through the National Conference League and currently playing in the Premier Division and also the 2nd team playing their rugby in the North West Men’s League 1st Division. The club prides itself on producing its own open age players from its successful junior system which boasts numerous teams from Under 7’s upwards.

The club is a family friendly club that is at the hub of the local community and highly respected throughout amateur rugby league.

 

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If you’d like to contact us or need assistance in finding us, please visit our Contact Us page where you can find all of our correspondence