WIGAN ST. PATRICKS is an amateur rugby league football club based in
the Scholes area of
In 1986, the club was one of ten founder members of the BARLA National Amateur League (now known as the National Conference League ). As of 2014, they have never been relegated from the league's top division.
The club is renowned for producing talented young players. More than
50 former St Pats players have gone on to play for the town's
In 2014, St Pats reached the third round of the
In January 2015, the club announced that they would not be taking
part in the 2015
In 2017, St Pats' first round
* NATIONAL CONFERENCE LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION
* WINNERS (1): 1991–92
* BARLA NATIONAL CUP
* WINNERS (1): 1987–88
* BARLA LANCASHIRE CUP
* WINNERS (1): 1983–84
* ^ Macklin, Keith (13 May 1986). "Early kick-off for amateur
pioneers". Times. London. p. 28.
* ^ "Heritage Numbers" (PDF). wiganwarriors.com. Archived from the
original (PDF) on 4 December 2013. Retrieved 17 August 2014.
* ^ Wilson, Andy (26 November 2012). "Joe Egan obituary". The
Guardian. Retrieved 17 August 2014.
* ^ "James Roby and James Graham go back to their Blackbrook
roots". St Helens Star. 21 November 2013. Retrieved 17 August 2014.
* ^ Parkinson, David. "Safe passage for Leigh Centurions". Leigh
Journal. Retrieved 31 January 2015.
* ^ "Club made just £63 from