St Helens announce arrival of two of their new signings

St Helens are in something of a rebuilding stage heading into the 2022 Super League season.

Following the departures of overseas stars Lachlan Coote, Kevin Naiqama and Joel Thompson as well as Frenchman Theo Fages and English back-rower James Bentley, head coach Kristian Woolf has brought in the likes of Joey Lussick, Curtis Sironen, Will Hopoate, James Bell and Konrad Hurrell.

And, now two of those have landed in the UK ready for their new venture at the Lancashire club.

Sironen and Lussick were snapped at St Helens’ Totally Wicked Stadium today.

Lussick will be fondly remembered in one part of Lancashire alaready with the Salford Red Devils, for whom he played for between 2018 and 2020, registering over 50 appearances as he helped the club reach the Grand Final in 2019 and the Challenge Cup Final in 2020.

The hooker’s great form earned him a move back to his native Australia with the Parramatta Eels, but he has since signed a new deal with St Helens to return to Super League for 2022.

Sironen,meanwhile, is the son of Balmain Tigers legend and retired Australian International, Paul Sironen, and has made 65 appearances for Manly, scoring on 17 occasions after coming through the ranks at the Wests Tigers where he too played 65 times.

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Mark coen
Mark coen
7 months ago

First of all , it’s brilliant news that we have these new players in. Hopefully they will help us get 4 in a row.
Secondly, the person who wrote this article , clearly doesn’t know his geography.
St. Helens is not in Lancashire. Stop saying it it. It hasn’t been for over 40 years.
It’s in Merseyside.
And Salford is even more so not in Lancashire. I was born in Salford in 1974 and it was in greater Manchester back then. Not Lancashire.
Salford is in Greater Manchester.
Greater Manchester is not in Lancashire either cos it’s a county too.
So sort it out mate. Rewrite the article with the facts not fiction.
St. Helens and Salford are NOT in Lancashire.