Breaking news: St Helens appoint new head coach

LooLiverpool St Helens RUFC has officially announced the appointment of Adam Jackson as the new head coach of the team’s rugby program.

Adam Jackson, a seasoned rugby professional with Premiership experience at London Scottish, Neath, and Grenoble, has been appointed as the new Head Coach at Liverpool St Helens RUFC.

Currently serving as Director of Sport at Scarisbrick Hall School in Southport, the 51-year-old Jackson takes over at Moss Lane following Andy Northey’s retirement after 11 years at the helm. Jackson’s coaching career began at LSH u17s and has since included stints with Fylde, Sale Sharks, and Lancashire U20s, making him a familiar face at Moss Lane.

Adam Jackson is thrilled to join Liverpool St Helens RUFC as their new head coach, feeling that the opportunity has come at the perfect time.

After successfully establishing rugby programs at Scarisbrick Hall School, where he serves as Director of Sport, he is now eager to return to competitive league rugby.

The club’s esteemed history and legacy were major draws for Jackson, who is excited to embrace the new challenge and contribute to the team’s ongoing success.

Tom Jackson, Chairman of Liverpool St Helens RUFC, expressed his pleasure with the appointment of Adam Jackson as Head Coach, stating:

“Adam is a familiar face to us, and his extensive experience as both a player and coach makes him an invaluable asset to our team.

As we continue to grow and expand, with the recent introduction of a 3rd XV, we believe Adam is the ideal person to lead us forward and build on our momentum.”

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