Brendan Sheridan, coaching assistant to Roughyeds boss Stu Littler, has answered a Widnes Vikings appeal for help in their initiative to spotlight suicide and other mental health issues during their televised match against Halifax tonight (Monday). The Vikings will display 120 rugby league shirts at the DCBL Stadium, marking the number of people around the world who will take their own lives during the course of the game - one every 42 seconds.
Widnes have announced they will display 120 rugby league shirts on seats during their game against Halifax in September. Widnes welcome Halifax to the DCBL Stadium on Monday 5th September, live on Premier Sports. The match is in the same week as World Suicide Prevention Day, which is on the 10th.
A WIDNES legend joined Bryan Adams up on stage over the weekend for a hometown appearance. Fresh from her appearance at Glastonbury with the Blossoms, former Fairfield High School pupil Melanie C took to the DCBL Stadium on Saturday, July 2 to join the Canadian icon. The Spice Girls singer - real name Melanie Chisholm - and Bryan opened with a fantastic rendition of their song When You’re Gone, originally released in 1998.
Sporty Spice was a surprise guest Pop legend Mel C wowed fans with a surprise appearance at a Bryan Adam's concert. The Canadian singer took to the stage at the DCBL Stadium, in Widnes, on Saturday at a gig initially due to take place in 2020.