St Helens have this afternoon revealed their shirt for the 2017 Magic Weekend that will once again raise awareness for Autism.
Having raised £10,000 last year for St Helens Autism Support, the club will wear the special jersey in Newcastle next month when they play Hull FC.
The club’s tradition Vee has been replaced by the jigsaw designed ribbon which is renowned as a key symbol used by the Autism society.
Having been granted permission to wear the shirt at this year’s Magic event, the club will donate 10% of the net retail price to raise vital funds for Autism as well as auctioning off the players’ match worn shirts.
The jersey is available to pre-order now at the club’s superstore or online at saintssuperstore.com