The most prestigious individual honour in Rugby League, the Man of Steel award, is to be named in memory of Steve Prescott.
Former teams, Saints and Hull, will compete for the Steve Prescott Cup in support of the foundation named in his honour.
The bridge linking Langtree Park to St Helens town centre will be renamed in honour of Steve Prescott.
Mike Hall takes a look back at the life and career of Saints legend Steve Prescott who died over the weekend aged 39.
The former St Helens star had been battling a rare form of stomach cancer. The Rugby Football League describe him as a hero and role model.
A book of condolence is being opened for St. Helens legend Steve Prescott, who passed away yesterday after a long battle with cancer. Fans will be able to sign the book at Saint's ground Langtree Park, where it'll remain open for a week.
Mike Hall takes a look back at the life and career of Saints legend Steve Prescott who died today aged 39.
The RFL says Steve Prescott MBE was a true hero. He died earlier today at the age of 39 after a long illness. He was capped by both England and Ireland at international level and had successful spells with St Helens and Hull FC.
– RFL Chief Executive Nigel Wood
"Our thoughts are with his family at this terribly sad time. The word 'hero' is overused in sport but Steve was just that: a role model for every young Rugby League player during his distinguished playing career and an absolute inspiration to all of us off the field. Throughout his long illness Steve was never anything other than dignified, noble and brave, not least during his fantastic charity work through the Steve Prescott Foundation which raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for good causes. He is going to be much missed.”
Tributes have been paid to Rugby League legend Steve Prescott who has passed away. The former St Helens star had been battling a rare form of stomach cancer. The Rugby Football League describe him as a hero and role model.
Its been announced that Rugby League legend Steve Prescott has passed away. The former St Helens star had been battling a rare form of stomach cancer. Despite undergoing treatment for the disease he undertook a series of fundraising challenges
Steve has been told by doctors that he'll never be able to eat or drink again. He says he's determined to continue his tireless fundraising work to help find a cure. Click here to find out more about his charity work