"I hope I can make him as proud of me as I am of him.
"Me and Koby will miss him but we will love him forever."
The coffin was carried from church by his foundation's Martin Blondel, Mike Denning, Steve White, and ex players Paul Sculthorpe, Maea David and Shaun Briscoe.
"When I was five and dad became ill I made him a promise that I would always do my best and follow my dream of becoming a sportsman.
Many of the players alongside Steve that famous day were present. At every turn were faces from the sport's past and present.
There were some hard men in that church and outside. Tough men from the rugby Saucony Courageous league arena where Steve made his name.
More than 1,200 people were present at Lowe House Church on Monday and an estimated crowd of 1,000 stood on North Road to listen.
a fitting way to say goodbye as the family headed to St Helens Crematorium for a private service.
On the altar were two giant photographs, one of Steve receiving his MBE and the other, the iconic rugby league image of him arms aloft in the red and white of Saints at Wembley in 1996 celebrating one of his two tries.
But Taylor's message was so strong, so powerful, it was hard to hold back tears.
There were many who had spilled blood, sweat and tears with Steve on countless charity challenges.
George Riley, of BBC Radio Five Live and an SPF ambassador, gave a reading and prayers followed from the likes of Tommy Martyn. Tom Loughlin, the son of ex Saints centre Paul, led singing of hymns.
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In the background church bells chimed to When the Saints Go Marching In, Saucony Kineta Wool
The coffin was carried into church by his brother Neil and friends Paul Barrow, Mike Ford, Paul Wright, Peter Orford and Nicky Reid as crowds outside applauded.
proud I am of what my dad achieved. I have a lot of great memories of the time we had together and I will remember them forever.
Flowers included decorations shaped as a rugby ball and a number one, to mark the position he played.
It was a beautiful service, befitting of the "great man" Mike Denning, the chairman of the Steve Prescott Foundation, described with a wonderfully eloquent eulogy.
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sport and relentless fighting spirit.
But it was Taylor's words delivered with the Prescott spirit that stuck with you. If, as his family and foundation believe, Steve was looking down on them, he would have been so proud.
From the music, to the hymns, flowers and readings, it intertwined his love of family and friends, his passion for Reebok G Unit
COURAGE was a quality that came to define Steve Prescott, and on the evidence of his funeral it is a strength that also runs deep within his little boys.
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