Paul Loughlin

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
28-07-1966
N/A
08-08-1983
St. Helens Colts
01-04-1984 v Oldham
Hull
1995- Bradford Bulls
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
1983-1995
297 (11)
80
842
0
2004

BIOGRAPHY

Paul Loughlin by Dave Dooley:

This talented footballer was signed from St Helens Colts in the summer of 1983. Equally comfortable at full back or in the centres he was a superb signing for the Saints. He evolved into a classic `service centre` with an impeccable timing for the money ball out to the winger. He also possessed a great side-step and was one of the most accurate kickers to have played at Knowsley Road. He made his debut as a seventeen year old coming on as substitute in the 31 points to 20 home victory over Oldham on April 1st., 1984. He even managed to land a goal in the same match. Who would have thought that Paul would be adding another 2002 points to that modest beginning in his long career with the Saints. Another couple of outings in the same season indicated the confidence that coach Billy Benyon had in the youngster.

In the highly successful 1984/5 campaign Paul played a few cameo roles as the more experienced players brought home the silverware to Knowsley Road. He made two starts against Hunslet (away) and Oldham (home). In the latter Paul booted over 5 goals. Paul also came on as substitute against Workington Town and Warrington. His first real run in the first team came at the start of the 1985/6 season when Paul had a run of the first eight games of the season at full back. This provided Paul with an opportunity to refine his defensive positional play and skilfully link up with the Saints attack. However, it was at the end of the campaign that Paul really established himself as a regular centre in the first team. He also acquired the goal-kicking role at this time and finished the campaign with four tries and 43 goals for a total of 102 points. This haul included his first try for the club in the 24 points to 14 home victory over Swinton.

It was interesting to note that Paul`s new responsibilities coincided with a record run in the league which lasted from February to Boxing Day 1986. Within this period Paul made a real impact with some sensational displays. The pinnacle of these achievements came on the 14th of September 1986 when Saints and Paul rewrote the record books on a sunny Sunday afternoon. The club established a record score with a 112 points to nil victory. Paul`s amazing contribution was 2 tries and 16 goals for a total of 40 points. This gave Paul new individual club records for goals and points in a single match. By the end of the season Paul had collected 392 points for the season from 9 tries and 178 goals. Moreover, his smart centre play had provided many more touchdowns for Barry Ledger. The 1987 Challenge Cup Final against Halifax would have stitched up the perfect season for Paul but it was not to be. Despite Loughlin scoring a superb swerving second half try as part of a brave Saints comeback, Saints eventually lost out to Halifax by the odd point in 37.

Paul continued to ride on a crest of the wave in the following season (1987/8). In the 1988 John Player Trophy Final Paul established a national profile with a sizzling display of centre play and cool kicking. He scored two tries and kicked three goals in a dominant display. One of the touchdowns started on the Saints right hand flank and glided infield like a ballroom dancer beating opponent after opponent and diving over close to the posts. Paul`s display, a magnificent second half defensive stint and Neil Holding`s cheeky drop goal meant that Captain Cooper held aloft the trophy following a nerve jangling 15 points to 14 victory. Towards the end of the season Saints were pressing for the Division One Championship when Shane Cooper returned to his homeland. Saints promptly lost three successive games to Wigan, Widnes and Leeds and consequently had to settle for the runners up spot in the league. Paul Loughlin`s form had caught the eye of the international selectors and so it was that he found himself on the aeroplane at the end of the season as part of the Australasian Tour. He played a crucial part in defeating Australia in the Third Test in Sydney to place international rugby league back in the limelight. His dancing run and side-step set up Henderson Gill for an 80 metres length of the field try. After that Paul was a fixture in the Great Britain set up for the next four years.

The 1988/9 season began for Paul with high hopes of leading the Saints to bigger and better things. However, this campaign brought about a reality check for all at Knowsley Road as Saints had a miserable season finishing seventh in the league and being whitewashed by the old enemy Wigan at Wembley. Paul`s efforts could not be faulted with a return of 5 tries and 109 goals from 33 matches. This haul included his 1000th point for the club which he secured with the boot in an away defeat at Wigan.

The 1989/90 season witnessed Paul up to his old tricks again in the Lancashire Cup. In the first round he scored 30 points from 11 goals and two tries in a 78 points to 10 demolition of Runcorn Highfield. This season was by far his best tryscoring effort with a haul of 17 tries including braces against Wakefield, Hull KR, Leigh and Whitehaven. When added to a fabulous 135 goals this generated a total of 338 points for Mr Loughlin. On the general club front the experimentation with player combinations continued with the team playing no fewer than 36 players over the campaign. Although ending up close to the top of the league as the highest scorers, some inconsistencies were denying the team and Paul of the big prizes.

Paul made 27 appearances in the 1990/1 season accruing 220 points on the way. His most productive match came in the match against Warrington when he scored two tries and kicked 7 goals in a 62 points to 16 fusing of the `Wires`. The Saints rattled up the points unfortunately the side was defensively stretched in many games and 11 losses in the league left Cooper`s men in sixth position in the league. After a fabulous performance in the 19 points to 2 semi-final win over Widnes in the Challenge Cup semi-final, Paul got the nod to start the Challenge Cup Final against the old enemy. However, Saints fell at the final hurdle as Wigan held on to a handy half time lead to prevail by 13 points to 8. Yet again Paul had left a Final on the losing side. That season Great Britain entertained Australia in a test series that they very nearly won. Paul was one of the leading stars and scored a couple of tries in the series only to be outdone by his old mentor Meninga!

Paul was injured at the start of the 1991/2 season and this thwarted his ambition for a winner`s medal. The fact that Saints went on to win the 1991 Lancashire Cup by beating Rochdale Hornets in the Final had a cruel edge to it, considering the heroics Paul had played in the same competition over the years. He was out for most of the season only returning for the last eight matches. Nevertheless, Paul still managed to end the season with 5 tries and 40 goals though clearly disappointed at the games he had missed. However, this late return to the fray had secured Paul his second successive Australasian Tour which departed in the summer of 1992.

Unfortunately Paul had to return from the Tour with a serious injury which kept him out of the game until December 1992. In just his third game back gave one of his finest displays in the Boxing Day match against Wigan in 1992. He was involved play all over the pitch as Saints whipped the boys from Wigan by a fabulous score-line of 41 points to 6. Paul netted six goals as part of the celebration. Everyone felt that the balance of power was finally shifting westwards over Billinge Lump after that game but at the end of the season Saints lost out to Wigan on points difference at the top of the table following an 8 points all drawn match at Central Park. Finally, some consolation came however in the last match of the season as Paul and the Saints defeated Wigan by 10 points to 4 in the 1993 Premiership Final at Old Trafford. That day `Lockers` produced another superb all round game and at last he had another winner`s medal to polish! Paul had the pleasure of finishing off a cross-field passing movement by sliding over the whitewash for the decisive try of the contest.

The loss of Gary Connolly in the backs and Kevin Ward in the pack was too great for the following campaign as Saints slumped to eighth place in the league. Paul had very much a stop- start affair as the team struggled to gain any consistency. At the end of the 1993/4 season, the Saints were again disappointed to be staring at an empty trophy cabinet.

This was very much the end of the road for Paul`s goalkicking especially as Saints had recruited a red-hot and confident Bobbie Goulding for the 1994/5 season. Paul played in 21 matches that year and returned ten single tries over the campaign. He was still a potent threat with the ball in his hands and his service was always reliable.

The acquisition of players of the calibre of Scott Gibbs, Apollo Perelini and Bobbie Goulding showed that the Saints were serious about mounting a determined bid to end Wigan`s monopoly of the Rugby League silverware. The announcement of moves to revolutionise the game with a new summer era in a fully professional context signalled the end of Paul`s Knowsley Road career. At twenty nine years of age and with bags of rugby left in his legs In November 1995, Paul reluctantly departed the Knowsley Road scene as part of the world record transfer deal, which brought Paul Newlove to the Saints. He enjoyed several highly successful seasons with Bradford Bulls, which culminated in two Challenge Cup Final defeats at the hands of St. Helens in 1996 and 1997 and the winning of the Super League Trophy in Super League II.

A summary of Paul`s career makes very satisfying reading. He became a regular choice for Great Britain and rewrote the Saints` record books. His 2004 points make him the third greatest points collector of all time at the Club (behind the legendary Kel Coslett). The 842 goals make him fourth in goalkicking charts (behind Kel Coslett, Sean Long and George Lewis) and his 40 points in the aforementioned match against Carlisle make him the individual record points scorer for one match. Moreover, Paul will long be remembered for his classical centre play and even temperament on the field of play.

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1983~840 2 0 4
1984~850 5 0 5
1985~864 43 0 28
1986~879 178 0 39
1987~88 8 111 0 38
1988~89 5 109 0 33
1989~9017 135 0 32
1990~918 94 0 27
1991~925 40 0 12
1992~93 5 65 0 20
1993~943 58 0 29
1994~95 10 2 0 21
1995~96 6 0 0 13
TOTALS:80 842 0 301
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1984~85 2505
1985~86 0001
1986~873702
1987~880502
1988~8951402
1989~901301
1991~920501
1993~941301
1994~950501
1995~961201
TOTALS:1349017

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
1st Apr 1984 W 14 Oldham L 1983~84 H 31 20 1 V
10th Apr 1984 W 15 Leeds L 1983~84 H 20 10 V
15th Apr 1984 W 14 Whitehaven L 1983~84 A 27 21 Y V
23rd Apr 1984 D 3 Widnes L 1983~84 A 28 28 1 V
29th Jul 1984 L 1 Barrow * Fr Benefit 1984~85 A 10 19 1 V
14th Oct 1984 W 2 Hunslet L 1984~85 A 32 14 V
21st Oct 1984 W 1 Oldham L 1984~85 H 32 5 5 V
4th Nov 1984 W 14 Warrington L 1984~85 A 20 14 V
14th Apr 1985 W 14 Hull K.R. L 1984~85 H 30 14 Y V
19th Apr 1985 W 14 Workington Town L 1984~85 A 42 13 V
26th May 1985 L 14 Canterbury* Fr Tour 1984~85 C 24 30 V
29th May 1985 L 14 Waikato* Fr Tour 1984~85 H 24 34 1 V
2nd Jun 1985 L 1 Manukau * Fr Tour 1984~85 A 10 26 V
3rd Jun 1985 W 4 Northland * Fr Tour 1984~85 W 42 12 1 4 V
25th Aug 1985 D 4 Oldham * Fr Ward Cup 1985~86 A 18 18 V
30th Aug 1985 W 1 Swinton L 1985~86 A 32 14 V
4th Sep 1985 W 1 Warrington L 1985~86 H 12 6 V
8th Sep 1985 W 1 York L 1985~86 H 30 8 V
15th Sep 1985 W 1 Carlisle LC1 1985~86 H 72 8 V
22nd Sep 1985 L 1 Leeds L 1985~86 A 8 21 V
25th Sep 1985 W 1 Whitehaven LC2 1985~86 H 26 8 V
29th Sep 1985 L 1 Hull L 1985~86 H 22 35 V
2nd Oct 1985 L 1 Wigan LCSF 1985~86 A 2 30 V
13th Oct 1985 L 14 Castleford L 1985~86 A 18 32 Y V
20th Oct 1985 W 2 Hull K.R. L 1985~86 H 39 22 1 V
27th Oct 1985 L 14 New Zealand Tour 1985~86 H 8 46 V
10th Nov 1985 W 1 Dewsbury L 1985~86 H 24 6 V
17th Nov 1985 W 1 Bradford Northern L 1985~86 A 18 9 1 V
26th Dec 1985 L 15 Wigan L 1985~86 A 14 38 V
1st Jan 1986 L 14 Widnes L 1985~86 H 16 30 V
5th Jan 1986 L 3 Halifax L 1985~86 A 18 27 V
12th Jan 1986 L 6 Warrington L 1985~86 A 16 26 V
24th Feb 1986 W 5 Dewsbury CC1 1985~86 A 22 19 1 V
16th Mar 1986 W 1 York L 1985~86 A 18 11 1 V
28th Mar 1986 W 4 Wigan L 1985~86 H 18 13 3 V
31st Mar 1986 W 3 Widnes L 1985~86 A 16 6 2 V
2nd Apr 1986 W 3 Oldham L 1985~86 A 38 12 7 V
6th Apr 1986 W 3 Swinton L 1985~86 H 24 14 1 4 V
9th Apr 1986 W 1 Hull K.R. L 1985~86 A 22 13 3 V
13th Apr 1986 W 4 Salford L 1985~86 A 30 28 5 V
16th Apr 1986 W 4 Castleford L 1985~86 H 62 12 7 V
20th Apr 1986 W 4 Oldham L 1985~86 H 44 12 1 4 V
27th Apr 1986 L 4 Leeds PT1 1985~86 H 22 38 1 5 V
20th Aug 1986 W 14 Sheffield Eagles* Fr 1986~87 A 26 25 2 2 V
24th Aug 1986 W 3 Great Britain XIII* Fr Testimonial 1986~87 H 34 30 1 5 V
31st Aug 1986 W 3 Leigh L 1986~87 H 50 18 5 V
3rd Sep 1986 W 3 Salford L 1986~87 A 38 4 7 V
7th Sep 1986 W 3 Leeds L 1986~87 A 40 20 8 V
14th Sep 1986 W 3 Carlisle LC1 1986~87 H 112 0 2 16 V
21st Sep 1986 W 3 Halifax L 1986~87 H 38 16 6 V
24th Sep 1986 W 3 Warrington LC2 1986~87 H 19 15 3 V
28th Sep 1986 W 3 Hull K.R. L 1986~87 A 36 4 1 6 V
1st Oct 1986 L 3 Wigan LCSF 1986~87 A 16 22 1 2 V
5th Oct 1986 W 3 Wakefield Trinity L 1986~87 H 32 11 1 6 V
12th Oct 1986 W 3 Barrow L 1986~87 A 34 12 2 V
17th Oct 1986 W 3 Salford L 1986~87 H 32 14 6 V
2nd Nov 1986 L 3 Australia Tour 1986~87 H 8 32 4 V
9th Nov 1986 W 3 Featherstone Rovers L 1986~87 A 44 8 6 V
16th Nov 1986 W 3 Oldham L 1986~87 A 18 17 1 V
21st Dec 1986 W 3 Oldham L 1986~87 H 28 6 4 V
26th Dec 1986 L 3 Wigan L 1986~87 H 4 12 2 V
1st Jan 1987 L 3 Widnes L 1986~87 A 10 16 3 V
4th Jan 1987 L 3 Halifax L 1986~87 A 19 20 3 V
21st Jan 1987 W 4 Swinton CCP 1986~87 H 18 16 3 V
25th Jan 1987 W 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1986~87 H 43 14 7 V
5th Feb 1987 W 4 Dewsbury CC1 1986~87 A 48 12 1 8 V
8th Feb 1987 W 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1986~87 A 30 6 1 5 V
14th Feb 1987 W 4 Oldham CC2 1986~87 A 24 14 4 V
18th Feb 1987 W 3 Warrington L 1986~87 H 42 22 9 V
22nd Feb 1987 W 3 Bradford Northern L 1986~87 H 40 14 6 V
1st Mar 1987 W 3 Whitehaven CC3 1986~87 H 41 10 1 6 V
14th Mar 1987 W 3 Leigh CCSF 1986~87 N 14 8 1 V
17th Mar 1987 L 1 Hull L 1986~87 A 22 36 3 V
22nd Mar 1987 D 3 Warrington L 1986~87 A 17 17 4 V
25th Mar 1987 W 3 Leigh L 1986~87 A 16 8 2 V
29th Mar 1987 W 3 Hull K.R. L 1986~87 H 44 22 5 V
1st Apr 1987 L 3 Castleford L 1986~87 H 8 10 1 V
5th Apr 1987 W 3 Leeds L 1986~87 H 24 22 4 V
8th Apr 1987 W 3 Barrow L 1986~87 H 26 4 5 V
12th Apr 1987 L 3 Bradford Northern L 1986~87 A 4 18 V
20th Apr 1987 L 3 Widnes L 1986~87 H 24 30 4 V
26th Apr 1987 W 3 Bradford Northern PT1 1986~87 H 46 14 7 V
2nd May 1987 L 3 Halifax CCF 1986~87 N 18 19 1 3 V
10th May 1987 L 3 Warrington PTSF 1986~87 H 8 18 1 V
14th Aug 1987 W 3 Sheffield Eagles* Fr 1987~88 H 40 2 2 V
23rd Aug 1987 L 3 Widnes * Fr Charity 1987~88 A 14 26 3 V
30th Aug 1987 L 3 Castleford L 1987~88 A 10 20 3 V
6th Sep 1987 W 3 Hull K.R. L 1987~88 H 31 16 5 V
13th Sep 1987 L 3 Leigh LC1 1987~88 A 21 27 1 2 V
20th Sep 1987 L 3 Warrington L 1987~88 A 20 24 4 V
27th Sep 1987 W 3 Bradford Northern L 1987~88 H 38 10 4 V
4th Oct 1987 L 3 Halifax L 1987~88 A 12 14 V
18th Oct 1987 W 3 Leigh L 1987~88 H 23 14 5 V
25th Oct 1987 W 3 Salford L 1987~88 A 18 8 1 V
8th Nov 1987 L 3 Leeds L 1987~88 A 21 24 3 V
14th Nov 1987 W 3 Widnes JP1 1987~88 H 12 10 3 V
22nd Nov 1987 W 3 Mansfield Marksmen JP2 1987~88 H 40 0 4 V
29th Nov 1987 W 3 Hull JP3 1987~88 H 20 16 1 V
6th Dec 1987 L 3 Hull K.R. L 1987~88 A 16 25 2 V
13th Dec 1987 W 14 Warrington L 1987~88 H 17 14 1 V
19th Dec 1987 W 3 Oldham JPSF 1987~88 N 18 8 3 V
27th Dec 1987 W 3 Wigan L 1987~88 A 32 22 6 V
3rd Jan 1988 W 3 Widnes L 1987~88 H 25 0 2 2 V
9th Jan 1988 W 3 Leeds JPF 1987~88 N 15 14 2 3 V
17th Jan 1988 W 3 Bradford Northern L 1987~88 A 13 12 2 V
31st Jan 1988 W 3 Leigh CC1 1987~88 A 22 12 3 V
7th Feb 1988 W 3 Halifax L 1987~88 H 16 4 V
13th Feb 1988 W 3 Warrington CC2 1987~88 A 24 20 3 V
17th Feb 1988 W 3 Hull L 1987~88 H 64 2 7 V
21st Feb 1988 W 3 Leigh L 1987~88 A 50 12 2 V
28th Feb 1988 L 3 Salford CC3 1987~88 A 18 22 1 2 V
1st Mar 1988 W 3 Hunslet L 1987~88 H 70 6 4 V
6th Mar 1988 W 3 Hunslet L 1987~88 A 14 10 2 V
13th Mar 1988 W 3 Castleford L 1987~88 H 14 6 3 V
16th Mar 1988 W 3 Salford L 1987~88 H 24 10 3 V
20th Mar 1988 W 3 Swinton L 1987~88 A 34 18 5 V
1st Apr 1988 L 3 Wigan L 1987~88 H 9 10 1 V
4th Apr 1988 L 3 Widnes L 1987~88 A 6 16 1 V
10th Apr 1988 L 3 Leeds L 1987~88 H 23 28 1 1 V
13th Apr 1988 W 3 Hull L 1987~88 A 20 8 2 V
17th Apr 1988 W 3 Swinton L 1987~88 H 52 4 1 6 V
24th Apr 1988 W 1 Castleford PT1 1987~88 H 40 8 2 V
8th May 1988 W 1 Bradford Northern PTSF 1987~88 H 24 10 7 V
15th May 1988 L 1 Widnes PTF 1987~88 N 14 38 3 V
14th Aug 1988 W 4 Widnes* Fr Charity 1988~89 H 28 16 1 6 V
21st Aug 1988 D 4 Past Players XIII* Fr Testimonial 1988~89 H 52 52 4 8 V
28th Aug 1988 W 4 Bradford Northern L 1988~89 H 23 16 5 V
4th Sep 1988 W 4 Warrington L 1988~89 A 25 14 6 V
11th Sep 1988 D 4 Castleford L 1988~89 H 14 14 3 V
18th Sep 1988 L 4 Widnes LC1 1988~89 A 24 32 4 V
25th Sep 1988 L 4 Leeds L 1988~89 A 0 32 V
16th Oct 1988 L 4 Hull L 1988~89 H 9 20 2 V
23rd Oct 1988 W 4 Oldham L 1988~89 A 26 22 5 V
6th Nov 1988 W 4 Salford L 1988~89 H 30 14 1 5 V
13th Nov 1988 W 4 York JP1 1988~89 A 14 6 1 3 V
20th Nov 1988 L 4 Castleford L 1988~89 A 12 46 2 V
27th Nov 1988 W 4 Hull JP2 1988~89 H 16 13 4 V
4th Dec 1988 W 4 Wakefield Trinity JP3 1988~89 H 34 18 7 V
10th Dec 1988 L 4 Widnes JPSF 1988~89 N 18 20 5 V
13th Dec 1988 L 4 Hull L 1988~89 A 12 21 2 V
18th Dec 1988 W 4 Halifax L 1988~89 H 50 16 1 1 V
26th Dec 1988 L 4 Wigan L 1988~89 H 11 18 3 V
1st Jan 1989 L 4 Widnes L 1988~89 A 22 29 5 V
8th Jan 1989 W 4 Leeds L 1988~89 H 15 6 3 V
15th Jan 1989 L 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1988~89 A 12 13 2 V
22nd Jan 1989 W 4 Hull K.R. L 1988~89 H 29 0 4 V
29th Jan 1989 W 4 Swinton CC1 1988~89 A 16 5 1 V
12th Feb 1989 W 4 Barrow CC2 1988~89 H 28 6 4 V
19th Feb 1989 W 3 Bradford Northern L 1988~89 A 16 12 2 V
26th Feb 1989 W 4 Featherstone Rovers CC3 1988~89 H 32 3 4 V
1st Mar 1989 W 4 Oldham L 1988~89 H 58 12 7 V
11th Mar 1989 W 4 Widnes CCSF 1988~89 N 16 14 2 V
14th Mar 1989 L 4 Salford L 1988~89 A 4 22 2 V
19th Mar 1989 L 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1988~89 H 10 31 1 V
27th Mar 1989 L 4 Widnes L 1988~89 H 16 44 6 V
2nd Apr 1989 L 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1988~89 A 14 21 1 V
9th Apr 1989 W 4 Warrington L 1988~89 H 30 16 2 7 V
12th Apr 1989 L 4 Wigan L 1988~89 A 7 14 1 V
29th Apr 1989 L 4 Wigan CCF 1988~89 N 0 27 V
20th Aug 1989 W 4 Widnes* Fr Charity 1989~90 A 24 16 1 3 V
3rd Sep 1989 W 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1989~90 A 36 20 1 8 V
10th Sep 1989 L 4 Castleford L 1989~90 H 24 26 4 V
17th Sep 1989 W 4 Runcorn Highfield LC1 1989~90 H 78 10 2 11 V
24th Sep 1989 L 4 Bradford Northern L 1989~90 A 18 28 5 V
8th Oct 1989 W 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1989~90 A 24 21 2 2 V
15th Oct 1989 W 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1989~90 H 50 11 1 9 V
29th Oct 1989 W 4 Warrington L 1989~90 A 15 3 3 V
4th Nov 1989 W 4 Salford L 1989~90 H 40 16 6 V
12th Nov 1989 W 4 Barrow L 1989~90 H 62 18 1 10 V
21st Nov 1989 W 4 Hull L 1989~90 A 34 24 1 5 V
26th Nov 1989 W 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1989~90 A 24 23 4 V
2nd Dec 1989 W 4 Hull K.R. RT1 1989~90 H 40 26 2 6 V
10th Dec 1989 D 4 Dewsbury RT2 1989~90 H 12 12 2 V
17th Dec 1989 W 4 Oldham RT3 1989~90 H 32 18 1 4 V
23rd Dec 1989 L 4 Halifax RTSF 1989~90 N 9 10 2 V
26th Dec 1989 L 4 Wigan L 1989~90 A 6 38 V
1st Jan 1990 L 4 Widnes L 1989~90 H 8 18 2 V
7th Jan 1990 L 4 Leigh L 1989~90 A 18 30 2 3 V
28th Jan 1990 W 4 Bramley CC1 1989~90 A 22 14 1 3 V
31st Jan 1990 W 4 Bradford Northern L 1989~90 H 32 10 6 V
4th Feb 1990 W 4 Leeds L 1989~90 H 32 26 6 V
10th Feb 1990 W 4 Hull CC2 1989~90 A 24 12 2 V
18th Feb 1990 W 4 Barrow L 1989~90 A 46 6 7 V
25th Feb 1990 W 4 Whitehaven CC3 1989~90 H 44 10 2 6 V
28th Feb 1990 D 4 Warrington L AB 1989~90 H 0 0 V
4th Mar 1990 L 4 Castleford L 1989~90 A 24 34 4 V
10th Mar 1990 L 4 Wigan CCSF 1989~90 N 14 20 3 V
25th Mar 1990 W 4 Leigh L 1989~90 H 12 6 2 V
1st Apr 1990 L 4 Leeds L 1989~90 A 14 50 1 3 V
13th Apr 1990 W 4 Wigan L 1989~90 H 35 10 5 V
16th Apr 1990 L 4 Widnes L 1989~90 A 16 34 2 V
22nd Apr 1990 L 4 Bradford Northern PT1 1989~90 A 8 25 V
26th Aug 1990 W 4 Trafford Borough LC1 1990~91 H 56 24 8 V
2nd Sep 1990 L 4 Salford LC2 1990~91 A 7 21 1 V
9th Sep 1990 L 4 Hull L 1990~91 A 14 20 1 3 V
16th Sep 1990 W 4 Bradford Northern L 1990~91 H 24 20 6 V
23rd Sep 1990 W 4 Hull K.R. L 1990~91 H 42 10 1 3 V
30th Sep 1990 L 4 Leeds L 1990~91 A 4 23 2 V
4th Nov 1990 W 4 Rochdale Hornets L 1990~91 A 30 18 5 V
11th Nov 1990 W 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1990~91 H 34 17 1 5 V
25th Nov 1990 W 4 Rochdale Hornets L 1990~91 H 44 14 V
11th Dec 1990 W 4 Featherstone Rovers RT2 1990~91 A 33 16 2 V
16th Dec 1990 L 4 Warrington RT3 1990~91 A 12 18 2 V
23rd Dec 1990 L 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1990~91 A 8 18 V
26th Dec 1990 L 4 Wigan L 1990~91 H 15 28 1 3 V
20th Jan 1991 W 4 Leeds L 1990~91 H 22 16 5 V
27th Jan 1991 D 4 Hull K.R. L 1990~91 A 26 26 5 V
3rd Feb 1991 W 1 Oldham L 1990~91 A 20 16 4 V
10th Feb 1991 W 4 Swinton CC1 1990~91 A 18 8 3 V
18th Feb 1991 W 4 Hull L 1990~91 H 12 10 2 V
23rd Feb 1991 W 4 Wakefield Trinity CC2 1990~91 H 16 2 4 V
10th Mar 1991 W 4 Halifax CC3 1990~91 A 24 16 4 V
13th Mar 1991 W 4 Oldham L 1990~91 H 33 22 8 V
17th Mar 1991 W 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1990~91 H 54 38 1 7 V
24th Mar 1991 L 4 Castleford L 1990~91 A 4 28 1 V
30th Mar 1991 W 4 Widnes CCSF 1990~91 N 19 2 3 V
14th Apr 1991 W 4 Warrington L 1990~91 H 62 16 2 7 V
21st Apr 1991 L 4 Hull PT1 1990~91 A 12 28 2 V
27th Apr 1991 L 4 Wigan CCF 1990~91 N 8 13 V
18th Aug 1991 W 4 Widnes* Fr Charity 1991~92 A 30 26 5 V
1st Sep 1991 W 4 Hull L 1991~92 A 31 10 3 V
8th Sep 1991 W 4 Warrington L 1991~92 H 27 20 2 V
22nd Sep 1991 W 4 Swinton L 1991~92 A 16 12 V
8th Mar 1992 D 15 Castleford L 1991~92 A 8 8 Y V
22nd Mar 1992 W 4 Halifax L 1991~92 H 30 28 1 5 V
29th Mar 1992 W 4 Hull L 1991~92 H 42 12 7 V
4th Apr 1992 L 4 Warrington L 1991~92 A 18 30 3 V
17th Apr 1992 L 4 Wigan L 1991~92 H 6 16 1 V
20th Apr 1992 W 4 Widnes L 1991~92 A 28 23 1 4 V
26th Apr 1992 W 4 Halifax PT1 1991~92 H 52 6 1 6 V
10th May 1992 W 4 Castleford PTSF 1991~92 H 30 14 1 7 V
17th May 1992 L 4 Wigan PTF 1991~92 N 16 48 1 2 V
11th Dec 1992 L 14 Castleford L 1992~93 A 6 16 V
19th Dec 1992 L 4 Castleford RT3 1992~93 H 8 12 V
27th Dec 1992 W 4 Wigan L 1992~93 H 41 6 6 V
6th Jan 1993 W 4 Leigh L 1992~93 H 64 9 8 V
17th Jan 1993 W 4 Hull K.R. L 1992~93 A 22 11 3 V
31st Jan 1993 W 4 Featherstone Rovers CC1 1992~93 A 24 22 4 V
5th Feb 1993 W 4 Warrington L 1992~93 H 12 4 1 1 V
13th Feb 1993 L 4 Wigan CC2 1992~93 A 3 23 1 V
17th Feb 1993 L 4 Widnes L 1992~93 A 8 26 2 V
21st Feb 1993 L 4 Hull L 1992~93 A 16 21 2 V
3rd Mar 1993 W 4 Castleford L 1992~93 H 24 20 4 V
12th Mar 1993 W 4 Hull K.R. L 1992~93 H 34 14 4 V
19th Mar 1993 W 4 Halifax L 1992~93 A 18 12 1 3 V
28th Mar 1993 W 4 Warrington L 1992~93 A 32 17 6 V
4th Apr 1993 W 4 Leeds L 1992~93 H 42 8 5 V
9th Apr 1993 D 4 Wigan L 1992~93 A 8 8 V
12th Apr 1993 W 4 Widnes L 1992~93 H 29 18 1 6 V
23rd Apr 1993 W 4 Halifax PT1 1992~93 H 34 25 1 7 V
9th May 1993 W 4 Leeds PTSF 1992~93 H 15 2 3 V
16th May 1993 W 4 Wigan PTF 1992~93 N 10 4 1 V
22nd Aug 1993 W 4 Widnes* Fr Charity 1993~94 A 30 14 1 3 V
29th Aug 1993 L 4 Hull K.R. L 1993~94 A 10 16 2 V
5th Sep 1993 W 4 Salford L 1993~94 H 22 14 1 V
26th Sep 1993 W 4 Castleford L 1993~94 A 35 18 5 V
1st Oct 1993 W 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1993~94 A 37 16 4 V
10th Oct 1993 W 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1993~94 H 36 10 1 6 V
20th Oct 1993 L 4 New Zealand Tour 1993~94 H 8 14 V
7th Nov 1993 W 4 Bradford Northern L 1993~94 H 54 3 7 V
12th Nov 1993 W 4 Dewsbury RT2 1993~94 A 20 6 3 V
26th Nov 1993 D 4 Halifax L 1993~94 H 16 16 V
3rd Dec 1993 L 4 Hull L 1993~94 A 14 18 V
11th Dec 1993 L 4 Warrington RT3 1993~94 H 8 16 V
17th Dec 1993 W 4 Hull K.R. L 1993~94 H 23 22 1 V
26th Dec 1993 L 4 Wigan L 1993~94 A 8 40 V
2nd Jan 1994 W 4 Widnes L 1993~94 H 24 16 3 V
12th Jan 1994 L 4 Salford L 1993~94 A 2 34 1 V
16th Jan 1994 L 4 Warrington L 1993~94 H 11 21 1 V
23rd Jan 1994 L 4 Leigh L 1993~94 A 4 21 V
30th Jan 1994 W 4 Huddersfield CC4 1993~94 A 23 16 3 V
6th Feb 1994 W 4 Castleford L 1993~94 H 33 12 4 V
13th Feb 1994 W 4 Whitehaven CC5 1993~94 A 46 4 5 V
20th Feb 1994 W 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1993~94 H 27 18 5 V
27th Feb 1994 W 4 Doncaster CC6 1993~94 H 40 9 6 V
6th Mar 1994 W 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1993~94 A 35 22 1 V
11th Mar 1994 L 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1993~94 A 6 18 1 1 V
26th Mar 1994 L 4 Leeds CCSF 1993~94 N 8 20 V
1st Apr 1994 L 4 Wigan L 1993~94 H 9 15 V
4th Apr 1994 L 4 Widnes L 1993~94 A 17 20 V
10th Apr 1994 W 4 Hull L 1993~94 H 52 10 V
13th Apr 1994 W 4 Leeds L 1993~94 H 68 0 V
14th Aug 1994 W 4 Widnes* Fr Charity 1994~95 H 48 4 5 V
21st Aug 1994 L 1 Doncaster L 1994~95 H 20 29 1 2 V
24th Aug 1994 L 4 Warrington L 1994~95 A 10 31 1 V
28th Aug 1994 W 14 Halifax L 1994~95 A 30 22 V
4th Sep 1994 W 14 Salford L 1994~95 H 34 28 V
11th Sep 1994 W 4 Workington Town L 1994~95 A 30 25 1 V
18th Sep 1994 W 4 Castleford L 1994~95 H 47 14 V
25th Sep 1994 W 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1994~95 H 26 10 1 V
2nd Oct 1994 D 4 Oldham L 1994~95 A 18 18 V
9th Oct 1994 W 4 Leeds L 1994~95 H 25 18 1 V
16th Oct 1994 W 4 Bradford Northern L 1994~95 A 51 12 1 V
8th Nov 1994 W 4 Doncaster L 1994~95 A 24 5 1 V
13th Nov 1994 W 4 Halifax L 1994~95 H 18 14 1 V
27th Nov 1994 L 4 Salford L 1994~95 A 12 39 V
1st Jan 1995 W 4 Widnes L 1994~95 A 20 10 V
8th Jan 1995 L 4 Wigan RT4 1994~95 A 22 24 V
2nd Apr 1995 W 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1994~95 H 56 14 1 V
14th Apr 1995 L 4 Wigan L 1994~95 A 18 34 V
17th Apr 1995 W 4 Widnes L 1994~95 H 54 22 V
21st Apr 1995 W 4 Warrington L 1994~95 H 31 12 V
7th May 1995 W 4 Halifax PT1 1994~95 H 32 16 V
14th May 1995 L 4 Leeds PTSF 1994~95 A 26 30 1 V
6th Aug 1995 W 1 Hull* Fr Testimonial 1995~96 H 64 16 1 2 V
20th Aug 1995 W 4 Bradford Bulls L 1995~96 H 55 10 1 V
23rd Aug 1995 W 4 Oldham L 1995~96 A 44 18 V
28th Aug 1995 L 4 Wigan L 1995~96 H 20 52 V
3rd Sep 1995 L 4 Leeds L 1995~96 A 24 36 V
10th Sep 1995 W 4 Workington Town L 1995~96 A 66 22 1 V
13th Sep 1995 W 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1995~96 H 62 20 1 V
17th Sep 1995 W 4 Castleford L 1995~96 H 35 18 1 V
20th Sep 1995 L 4 Warrington L 1995~96 A 16 28 V
1st Nov 1995 W 4 London Broncos L 1995~96 A 50 34 1 V
5th Nov 1995 W 4 Halifax L 1995~96 H 58 20 V
11th Nov 1995 W 4 Keighley Cougars RT2 1995~96 A 42 14 1 V
17th Nov 1995 W 4 Bradford Bulls L 1995~96 A 32 18 V
26th Nov 1995 W 4 Hull RT3 1995~96 A 38 26 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 280 OTHER 17 = 301
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 11 Subs) = 297

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