Our Saints Women's team are doing their bit for the country during this Covid-19 pandemic.
The Women’s game is not yet a full-time sport with many of our Saints undertaking full-time jobs alongside keeping fit at home as they prepare for the delayed start of the 2020 Betfred Women’s Super League season.
And a number of our Saints are all working hard off the field as key workers, doing their bit for the country, at this difficult time.
Hannah Goodburn, Lizzie Gladman and Rebecca Avenall are all NHS staff members whilst Dawn Akrigg is a local police officer.
Rhianna Burke is working in a supermarket, whilst Head Coach Dek Hardman and Naomi Williams are working for companies who are producing essential items.
Sarah Harrison, England captain Emily Rudge, Faye Gaskin, Isabelle Rudge and Zoe Harris are all continuing to either work in schools or youth centres caring for NHS workers children during the pandemic.
Check out our Saints heroes in action below.
Hannah Goodburn – Musculoskeletal physiotherapist at East Lancashire Trust.
Lizzie Gladman – Senior Physio at Northwest Regional Spinal Injuries Unit, Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust.
Rebecca Avenell – Student nurse in the army – re-deployed by the NHS to Critical Care at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for the next 6 months.
Dawn Akrigg – Police officer in Runcorn.
The Club is grateful to all our Saints Women for their dedication and commitment.