MORE than 500 local people have volunteered to help make the Rugby League World Cup at Langtree Park one to remember.
Saints Community Development Foundation (SCDF) has enlisted the support of cheerleaders, dancers and singers from across the town to take part in the extravaganza.
They will be joined by volunteers from the Community Game to welcome Australia and Fiji on Saturday November 2.
A flag parade, choir and cheerleading displays are all part of an action packed afternoon in the build up to the 8pm kick-off at Langtree Park.
Members of St Helens cheerleading squads, schools, Community Rugby League clubs and choirs will all bring their talent and enthusiasm to the international stage.
Nicola Penketh, Saints Angels cheerleader, said: “It’s fantastic that we are hosting a World Cup fixture and this is our chance to show people from the other side of world the passion we have for Rugby League.
“Our dancers have completed more than 20 hours of rehearsal in the build up and I know the choir have been working equally as hard. I’m really looking forward to seeing hundreds of local people working together and showcasing St. Helens.”
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