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Players Biography





Further Info: Inducted into the Greatest 17 of the St. Helens Rugby League Club in 2010

Hall Of Fame: St Helens & Rugby Football League Hall of Fame Member

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Biography

Karel Thomas van Vollenhoven by Dave Dooley:

"The Greatest of them all," say the lyrics to the Vollenhoven Calypso - a seven inch record released to coincide with his Testimonial Season in 1967/68. It has always been a matter of debate as to whether the Flying Springbok was, actually, the best winger of his generation in English Rugby League. Wigan fans point to the block-busting ability of Billy Boston, while over at Wilderspool, Brian Bevan was breaking all try-scoring records with his particularly unorthodox - some would say freakish - attacking style. Yet Tom Van Vollenhoven is without question the greatest winger to wear the famous red and white jersey, although, once again, Alf Ellaby a star of the late 1920s, is also championed by a host of Knowsley Road greybeards!

Tommy Vol was truly a phenomenon, with 392 tries in 408 appearances - says it all, doesn`t it! A blond, crew-cutted figure, who possessed terrific pace and athletic ability, he was also extremely strong for his size. Apart from finishing with aplomb if given even minimal space down the touchline, there was no contest - three points every time! He could conjure up tries from the most unlikely scenarios, regardless of the craft and skill of his centres.

Those who witnessed his incredible three-try performance against Hunslet in the 1959 Championship Final at Odsal could scarcely believe what they were seeing. Until Tom`s intervention, there was a real chance that the Yorkshiremen would have snatched the initiative - and he notched up his hat-trick despite the pain of a torn hamstring, that took most of the close season to heal. What he would have been like fully fit is anybody`s guess!

He was nursed in gently in his early days at Knowsley Road by legendary centre Duggie Greenall, although his most famous touchdown involved superb interplay with another fine threequarter, Ken Large, at Wembley in the 1961 Challenge Cup Final against Wigan. He played in two Wembley finals, both against the Old Enemy, with Saints lifting the coveted trophy each time.

Tom was also a superb defensive wingman, rushing over to the other flank to pull off many a try-saving tackle. It is this aspect of his game that certainly took him past Ellaby, who was not a particularly good defensive wingman. He was, however, first and foremost a winger. He had spells at centre and even one game at full-back, but it didn`t suit. Inevitably, injury took its toll by the mid 1960s. His opponents would do anything to stop him, such as the ferocious stiff-arm unleashed by Huddersfield`s Peter Ramsden, during a particularly ill-tempered cup tie at Knowsley Road in 1963, which saw Voll lying prostrate on the turf like a spent balloon. He was reduced to the status of a `very good` club player during his final season in 1967/68, although he was still capable of notching three tries in his last appearance against Wigan at Knowsley Road. His final game of rugby league was guesting for Great Britain in a trial match for the 1968 World Cup, at Thrum Hall, Halifax.

Back in 1957, the `Vollenhoven Effect` was immediate, with Tom scoring on his debut against Leeds at Knowsley Road and he was able to add much-needed `pep` to a side that had previously been under criticism for its negative forward-orientated football. Of course, all that was soon to change. The Saints went on to produce one of the great displays of attacking football in the 1959 Championship Final, with fellow-South African Jan Prinsloo on the other flank. His signing, a top-secret affair from under the noses of the Rugby Union authorities - and under intense competition from Wigan - is a story in itself. Credit to the initiative and drive of former Chairman Harry Cook on that score. I`m sure that even Cook could not have really foreseen what an effect this fellow would have on the team and the town! It was always a nervous time if Tom went home for the Summer. We were only really happy once he returned! He was the obvious choice to front the club`s Centenary celebrations in 1990 and spent almost three hours the day before signing up to five hundred autographs at the Saints` Exhibition at the Museum. Fans queued around the block to meet him. You were left in no doubt, some twenty two years after he had last put on a Saints` jersey, what he will always mean to the people of St.Helens - a genuine superstar!

Karel Thomas van Vollenhoven The Flying Springbok Passes

This obituary is based on a piece written by Alex Service for the excellent publication: Tries and conversions, featuring South African Rugby Players, by Peter Lush and Hendrik Snyders.

Born Bethlehem, Orange Free State, South Africa 29th April 1935
Died Selcourt, Springs, South Africa 21st October 2017

The town of St. Helens has lost its most famous adopted sporting son. Karel Thomas van Vollenhoven, the Flying Springbok, has passed away at the age of 82 after being in poor health for quite some time. His demise will also be felt, of course, within the wider rugby league community and in South Africa, where he is remembered as the young Springbok switched from centre to wing, who tormented his opposite number, Tony O’Reilly by running in a hat-trick against the visiting British Lions at Newlands, Cape Town in 1955. It should also be mentioned that Tom is the President of the South African Rugby League.

Master Coach Jim Sullivan had steered the St. Helens club into rugby league’s elite, with a league Championship [1953] and Challenge Cup victory [1956] but by the autumn of 1957, supporters’ continual criticism of the team’s ‘creeping barrage’ style of play, as one correspondent put it, galvanised the Saints’ Board into looking for a new star. They targeted Karel Thomas van Vollenhoven, a supremely-gifted all-round athlete, who could run 100 yards in 9.8 seconds, Tom was selected for the South African rugby union team for the visit of the 1955 British Lions. In the Second Test at Newlands, Cape Town, on 20th August, he roared in for a fantastic hat-trick as the visitors were beaten 25-9. He thus became the first South African player to score three tries in a Test match in his own country and became an instant sporting hero. Little wonder that he began to attract interest from leading rugby league clubs like the Saints. His signing, a top-secret affair from under the noses of the South African rugby union authorities - and under intense competition from Wigan - is a story in itself and cost the club £7,230 the biggest fee paid for a rugby union player or for a transfer between professional clubs at the time, but it was money well spent! Indeed, he was to ‘electrify the crowds’ with his pace and finishing ability.

As far as Saints’ fans of a certain vintage were concerned, Alf Ellaby was the man. An unlikely recruit from football, he was the first ‘superstar’ and virtual matinee idol of the Knowsley Road crowd, topping the league’s try-scoring charts on three occasions, including a massive 55 touchdowns in his first full season in 1926-27. The coming of Ellaby signalled the Saints’ first era as a team capable of challenging for major honours, including a memorable first-ever League Championship success in 1932. A new, vibrant era of success was about to unfold in the late 1950s, however, with Tom van Vollenhoven, the new kid on the block, scoring freely in his new code and given the fact that he was in a side containing many great players, such as Austin Rhodes, Alex Murphy, and Vince Karalius, there was a distinct possibility that he would soon be re-writing the record books for himself. Since making his debut [with a try] against Leeds at Knowsley Road, on 26 October 1957, in front of 23,000 fans, Vollenhoven raced over for 45 tries in 34 appearances. In February 1958, Alf Ellaby, the Hat Trick King, met the Young Pretender before a match against Oldham at Knowsley Road and was clearly impressed by what he had seen: “Vollenhoven is amazingly fast and from the way he moves has grit and natural ability,” he wrote later. “Speed by itself is not the main essential to be a wingman except, possibly with the clear run in. Your best wingmen may be yards slower, but with sudden acceleration, deceiving footwork and change of pace the really clever footballer can beat the pure sprinter.”

Tom was certainly different. He was from a foreign country, spoke differently [Afrikaans was his first language] and had blond-cropped hair. At five feet ten inches tall and twelve stones, he was not as physically dominant-looking as Ellaby had been, but he possessed fantastic strength for his size. “I remember sitting on the bench at Hull when Vol had one of his first runs down the touchline,” recalled Steve Llewellyn. “As defenders came across to bury him, he warded them off with his hip. Sully said: ‘Did you see that incredible!’ He could ride tackles superbly and had phenomenal all-round ability.”

Peter Harvey was in his late teens when he first watched him from the Knowsley Road terraces and later became a team-mate: “In his first three seasons at Saints he was brilliant. He was literally magic. I used to go behind the posts to watch him, rather than the Popular Side. It was best to watch the great man running in a straight line to appreciate his magic, because Vol could run in a straight line and beat people with his change of pace. He would take a line five yards off the touchline which gave him enough room on the outside if he wanted it. Then he would hold his line and actually stop people as they ran at him and then accelerate away. I could never quite work out how he did it. Even when we played together at Saints I would be asking myself ‘How did he do that?’ It was just artistry and with Vol you were looking at an artist. Like all true art you can’t analyse it. You do not know why true art is good, you look at it and say that something is much better than the other. In Tom’s case, it was the ease with which he did everything and the ability to change pace when everyone else was running flat out. He used to do it in training. He would just accelerate away like Seb Coe used to do in his pomp. You could see him change gear because his head would go to one side. That was Vol stepping up from threequarter pace to overdrive. When you thought he was running flat out and as people went to tackle him he would accelerate away.”

Tom helped to take the St. Helens club to the next ‘stage’ of success, with Lancashire Cup, League Championship and Challenge Cup victories within the first four years hitherto unparalleled achievements. The St Helens club had capitalised on the ‘Vollenhoven effect’ by building a new Main Stand, with demand for season tickets at an all-time high. They were great times to watch the team and Tom’s presence meant that other South African players were tempted to come over and try their hand in the professional code. One of the most effective was Jan Prinsloo, who played 89 times for the Saints, scoring 70 tries. He had pace, certainly, but also used his strength to great effect, very much like the wingers of today. They became, albeit briefly a deadly duo on the flanks. There was one memorable headline after one game: “Jan and Van Pan ‘em” which many older supporters remember to this day. In 1962, Saints also signed another winger Len Killeen, who went on to become a fantastic points-scorer and match-winner supreme, one of the stars of the club’s four trophy season in 1966 and a Lance Todd trophy winner to boot.

In his early days Tom had Duggie Greenall at number three as both ‘minder’ and provider producing sensational results when he first came. The Flying Springbok topped the charts in three successive seasons [1958-59, 1959-60 and 1960-61]. Tom scored a massive 62 tries in the 1958-59 campaign, overtaking Alf Ellaby’s existing individual record of 50 tries set in 1926-27. Despite being plagued by hamstring trouble, he also scored a magnificent hat-trick, as Saints beat Hunslet 44-22 in the 1959 Championship final at Odsal. “We were losing 4-12 early on,” remembers [full-back] Austin Rhodes, “but then Vol scored this fantastic length-of-the-field try, the best I have ever seen, and we went on to win the match.” Remember too the sheer poetry in motion of his marvellous Wembley try against Wigan in the 1961 Challenge Cup final and the fabulous inter-passing with his centre, Ken Large.

Ten years at top level did have a marked effect on Tom. Austin Rhodes maintains that he never quite reached the dizzy heights of his first three seasons and that the ramifications of his [1959] hamstring injury tempered his sizzling pace somewhat. It was an era, of course, when one of the main objectives was to nullify the opposition’s star players and get them off the field, if possible. Tom suffered from knee trouble in the mid-1960s too. He played at Wembley against Wigan in the 1966 Challenge Cup final, but missed the Championship final the following week at Swinton, when Tony Barrow deputised. He was still a good ‘un, however, and scored a hat-trick in his last ‘derby’ game against Wigan, at Knowsley Road in 1968. This was in his testimonial season and his Committee sold a unique seven inch single called the Vollenhoven Calypso that inevitably ‘topped the charts’ locally. Like many, I still have my copy and it remains highly-prized! Needless to say, he received a record testimonial cheque for £2,800. His last game of rugby league was special too. On 3rd May 1968 he was invited to play for a Great Britain team who were playing their final preparatory match against Halifax at Thrum Hall before going to the World Cup in Australia. His unusual finale resulted, somewhat inevitably, in a hat-trick of tries!

Fast forward to Friday 12th February 2012 and a truly memorable evening for the players, officials and supporters of St. Helens RFC, who were about to see their long-time goal of a new stadium come to fruition with the first Super League fixture at Langtree Park. Before the kick off, a guard of honour of Saints` Past Players fanned out from the players` entrance. They were waiting for the greatest winger in the club`s history Tom van Vollenhoven - to deliver the match ball. There was a thunderous roar as a slightly stooped figure in a blue blazer made his way out to the middle. At the end of the line, somewhat appropriately, was Glyn Moses, the amiable Welsh full-back who had been in the team when Tom had made his debut all those years before, against Leeds at Knowsley Road on 15th October 1957. Glyn held out his arms in anticipation of a pass, much to the delight of his colleagues, but Tom held firm. He had a job to do, after all and would not be distracted. Here was the man who had put the ball down for a record number of tries: 392 of them in 409 appearances for St. Helens, in his ten years as a Saint. The crowd`s applause signalled another perfect touchdown, this time on the centre spot and Tom returned to the South Stand to watch the Saints defeat Salford City Reds 38-10 at the start of another much-anticipated era in the club`s history.

Although resident back in South Africa, Tom, with his loving wife Leonie [they were married on Easter Saturday 1957] had returned to St Helens on a number of occasions, including the 1990 Ground Centenary celebrations and the Saints’ Greatest 17 inaugurations, as part of the farewell to Knowsley Road in 2010. The two wingers chosen were, naturally, Vollenhoven and Ellaby. Ironically, Alf was given the left wing slot! Tom and his wife Leonie were always welcome in St Helens. His name is familiar to everyone in the town, whether they are current or past supporters, or even those with no sporting interest whatsoever, such are his enduring achievements as a Saint. He remains my favourite all-time rugby league player, with Alex Murphy a close second. And yes, there are people who never went to watch a game again after Tom retired. After all, they had seen the best. Who could ever measure up? Paul Wellens, another member of Saints’ Greatest 17 and a superb full-back during his stellar career mentioned one of the problems of players especially wingers - trying to ‘win over’ the fans with Tom van Vollenhoven still looming large in the memory of so many. When Darren Albert came to St Helens from Newcastle Knights in the early Noughties, he had natural pace and seemed to glide across the turf at Knowsley Road to score some excellent tries. According to Paul, at times, no matter what Darren did, it was always a case of ‘that was good, but he’s no Vollenhoven’! No slight on Darren, of course, merely a measure of how Tom’s achievements have firmly ingrained themselves in our consciousness!

And what of Tom the man? Gracious, good company, humble regarding his fantastic achievements [yet he knew full well how much ability he possessed] and a dedicated family man, he seemed to bear no malice against those opponents who wanted to remove him from the field, by fair means or foul. He was never a flashy player, who craved adulation. He would merely put the ball down over the line and that was it. Job done. His own sporting legacy is quite remarkable and this has been passed down the family line. Son Keith was a fine sprinter, who represented Great Britain and two of his grandchildren have made their name in sport too. Bianca Mann represented South Africa as a gymnast in the 2012 Commonwealth Games in Scotland [Tom and Leonie were there to see it] and Kiel van Vollenhoven is a promising young cricketer, who has represented the MCC Under-19s squad.





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Tom van Vollenhoven : Season Stats

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1957~5838 0 0 30
1958~59 62 0 0 44
1959~6054 0 0 42
1960~6159 0 0 45
1961~62 45 0 0 38
1962~6333 0 0 37
1963~6422 0 0 35
1964~6511 0 0 22
1965~6618 0 0 40
1966~67 27 0 0 39
1967~6823 0 0 38
TOTALS:392 0 0 410

Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1958~590001
1960~611001
1962~638102
1964~650001
1966~670101
1967~68 1001
TOTALS:10207

W/D/LPosDateOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
W 2 26th Oct 1957 Leeds L 1957~58 H 36 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 9th Nov 1957 Swinton L 1957~58 H 43 11 3 0 0 View
W 2 16th Nov 1957 Barrow L 1957~58 A 18 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Nov 1957 Workington Town L 1957~58 H 29 6 2 0 0 View
W 2 30th Nov 1957 Warrington L 1957~58 A 13 11 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Dec 1957 Barrow L 1957~58 H 25 7 3 0 0 View
W 2 14th Dec 1957 Rochdale Hornets L 1957~58 A 10 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 21st Dec 1957 Wakefield Trinity L 1957~58 H 52 5 6 0 0 View
W 2 25th Dec 1957 Leigh L 1957~58 H 11 9 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Dec 1957 Wigan L 1957~58 A 12 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 28th Dec 1957 Salford L 1957~58 A 7 12 0 0 0 View
L 2 1st Jan 1958 Leigh L 1957~58 A 5 15 1 0 0 View
W 2 4th Jan 1958 Rochdale Hornets L 1957~58 H 51 0 5 0 0 View
W 2 11th Jan 1958 Blackpool Borough L 1957~58 A 17 7 2 0 0 View
W 2 18th Jan 1958 Liverpool City L 1957~58 H 27 8 0 0 0 View
L 2 1st Feb 1958 Wakefield Trinity L 1957~58 A 12 17 2 0 0 View
W 2 12th Feb 1958 Hunslet CC1 1957~58 A 15 0 0 0 0 View
W 2 15th Feb 1958 Oldham L 1957~58 H 5 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Feb 1958 Keighley CC2 1957~58 A 19 4 1 0 0 View
L 2 1st Mar 1958 Workington Town L 1957~58 A 10 15 1 0 0 View
L 2 8th Mar 1958 Featherstone Rovers CC3 1957~58 A 0 5 0 0 0 View
L 2 15th Mar 1958 Hull L 1957~58 A 11 22 0 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Mar 1958 Widnes L 1957~58 H 14 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 29th Mar 1958 Blackpool Borough L 1957~58 H 25 11 1 0 0 View
W 2 4th Apr 1958 Wigan L 1957~58 H 32 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 5th Apr 1958 Hunslet L 1957~58 A 33 2 4 0 0 View
W 2 7th Apr 1958 Halifax L 1957~58 A 18 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th Apr 1958 Salford L 1957~58 H 42 8 1 0 0 View
W 2 19th Apr 1958 Halifax L 1957~58 H 31 4 2 0 0 View
L 2 3rd May 1958 Workington Town ChSF 1957~58 H 13 14 1 0 0 View
L 2 9th Aug 1958 Barrow* Fr Ward Cup 1958~59 A 10 14 0 0 0 View
L 2 16th Aug 1958 Widnes L 1958~59 A 16 25 1 0 0 View
W 2 19th Aug 1958 Rochdale Hornets L 1958~59 A 15 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Aug 1958 Featherstone Rovers L 1958~59 H 32 9 2 0 0 View
W 2 25th Aug 1958 Warrington L 1958~59 H 15 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th Aug 1958 Rochdale Hornets LC1 1958~59 A 20 15 2 0 0 View
W 2 6th Sep 1958 Wakefield Trinity L 1958~59 A 24 14 1 0 0 View
W 2 8th Sep 1958 Leigh LC2 1958~59 A 12 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 13th Sep 1958 Halifax L 1958~59 H 45 20 3 0 0 View
W 2 17th Sep 1958 Barrow LCSF 1958~59 H 18 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 20th Sep 1958 Warrington L 1958~59 A 29 15 1 0 0 View
W 2 27th Sep 1958 Hunslet L 1958~59 H 31 15 0 0 0 View
W 2 4th Oct 1958 Blackpool Borough L 1958~59 A 26 19 2 0 0 View
L 2 25th Oct 1958 Oldham LCF 1958~59 N 2 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 1st Nov 1958 Salford L 1958~59 A 28 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 8th Nov 1958 Rochdale Hornets L 1958~59 H 42 12 3 0 0 View
W 2 15th Nov 1958 Featherstone Rovers L 1958~59 A 36 9 3 0 0 View
W 2 29th Nov 1958 Whitehaven L 1958~59 A 25 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 6th Dec 1958 Leeds L 1958~59 H 38 12 2 0 0 View
W 2 13th Dec 1958 Swinton L 1958~59 H 32 3 4 0 0 View
W 2 20th Dec 1958 Barrow L 1958~59 A 7 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 25th Dec 1958 Leigh L 1958~59 A 10 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Dec 1958 Wigan L 1958~59 H 13 9 2 0 0 View
W 2 27th Dec 1958 Oldham L 1958~59 H 22 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 1st Jan 1959 Leigh L 1958~59 H 9 6 1 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Jan 1959 Leeds L 1958~59 A 11 12 1 0 0 View
L 2 24th Jan 1959 Hunslet L 1958~59 A 11 19 0 0 0 View
W 2 31st Jan 1959 Whitehaven L 1958~59 H 27 3 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Feb 1959 Hull L 1958~59 A 19 9 2 0 0 View
W 2 14th Feb 1959 Barrow L 1958~59 H 71 15 5 0 0 View
W 2 21st Feb 1959 Oldham CC1 1958~59 A 7 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 28th Feb 1959 Widnes L 1958~59 H 38 4 2 0 0 View
W 2 7th Mar 1959 Dewsbury CC2 1958~59 H 35 8 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Mar 1959 Salford L 1958~59 H 44 4 0 0 0 View
L 2 21st Mar 1959 Featherstone Rovers CC3 1958~59 A 6 20 1 0 0 View
L 2 27th Mar 1959 Wigan L 1958~59 A 14 19 0 0 0 View
W 2 28th Mar 1959 Liverpool City L 1958~59 A 40 20 3 0 0 View
W 2 30th Mar 1959 Blackpool Borough L 1958~59 H 46 11 4 0 0 View
W 2 4th Apr 1959 Halifax L 1958~59 A 25 19 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th Apr 1959 Hull L 1958~59 H 37 16 0 0 0 View
L 2 18th Apr 1959 Swinton L 1958~59 A 11 19 2 0 0 View
W 2 21st Apr 1959 Workington Town L 1958~59 H 36 14 2 0 0 View
W 2 25th Apr 1959 Liverpool City L 1958~59 H 41 22 1 0 0 View
L 2 27th Apr 1959 Oldham L 1958~59 A 14 15 2 0 0 View
W 2 16th May 1959 Hunslet ChF 1958~59 N 44 22 3 0 0 View
W 2 15th Aug 1959 Widnes L 1959~60 A 27 14 1 0 0 View
W 2 17th Aug 1959 Blackpool Borough L 1959~60 H 59 17 4 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Aug 1959 Wakefield Trinity L 1959~60 H 40 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Aug 1959 Swinton L 1959~60 A 32 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 29th Aug 1959 Swinton LC1 1959~60 A 17 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 5th Sep 1959 Leeds L 1959~60 H 23 9 2 0 0 View
W 2 9th Sep 1959 Widnes LC2 1959~60 A 24 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 12th Sep 1959 Wakefield Trinity L 1959~60 A 16 2 2 0 0 View
W 2 19th Sep 1959 Hunslet L 1959~60 H 38 17 2 0 0 View
W 2 26th Sep 1959 Liverpool City L 1959~60 A 45 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th Sep 1959 Whitehaven LCSF 1959~60 A 18 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 3rd Oct 1959 Salford L 1959~60 H 40 11 5 0 0 View
L 2 10th Oct 1959 Australia Tour 1959~60 H 2 15 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Oct 1959 Whitehaven L 1959~60 A 15 12 0 0 0 View
L 2 31st Oct 1959 Warrington LCF 1959~60 N 4 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 7th Nov 1959 Liverpool City L 1959~60 H 40 17 3 0 0 View
W 2 14th Nov 1959 Dewsbury L 1959~60 A 20 15 1 0 0 View
W 2 21st Nov 1959 Halifax L 1959~60 H 25 10 2 0 0 View
L 2 28th Nov 1959 Leeds L 1959~60 A 11 24 0 0 0 View
L 2 5th Dec 1959 Workington Town L 1959~60 H 11 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 12th Dec 1959 Rochdale Hornets L 1959~60 A 40 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 19th Dec 1959 Rochdale Hornets L 1959~60 H 26 2 3 0 0 View
W 2 25th Dec 1959 Leigh L 1959~60 H 14 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Dec 1959 Wigan L 1959~60 A 19 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 1st Jan 1960 Leigh L 1959~60 A 12 4 2 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Jan 1960 Workington Town L 1959~60 A 21 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 9th Jan 1960 Warrington L 1959~60 H 40 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Jan 1960 Barrow L 1959~60 A 16 8 2 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Jan 1960 Oldham L 1959~60 H 27 6 0 0 0 View
D 2 30th Jan 1960 Salford L 1959~60 A 2 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 6th Feb 1960 Blackpool Borough L 1959~60 A 26 7 3 0 0 View
L 2 13th Feb 1960 Wakefield Trinity CC1 1959~60 H 10 15 0 0 0 View
W 2 20th Feb 1960 Dewsbury L 1959~60 H 25 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 5th Mar 1960 Warrington L 1959~60 A 19 16 1 0 0 View
W 2 12th Mar 1960 Barrow L 1959~60 H 13 12 1 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Apr 1960 Swinton L 1959~60 H 46 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 15th Apr 1960 Wigan L 1959~60 H 12 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Apr 1960 Whitehaven L 1959~60 H 41 5 4 0 0 View
W 2 18th Apr 1960 Hull L 1959~60 A 10 7 2 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Apr 1960 Hunslet L 1959~60 A 20 8 2 0 0 View
W 2 26th Apr 1960 Oldham L 1959~60 A 10 2 0 0 0 View
L 2 7th May 1960 Wigan ChSF 1959~60 H 9 19 1 0 0 View
W 2 6th Aug 1960 Liverpool City* Fr Charity Cup 1960~61 H 34 10 1 0 0 View
L 2 13th Aug 1960 Oldham L 1960~61 A 4 16 0 0 0 View
W 2 15th Aug 1960 Liverpool City L 1960~61 H 17 9 2 0 0 View
W 2 27th Aug 1960 Widnes LC1 1960~61 A 19 17 0 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Sep 1960 Wakefield Trinity L 1960~61 H 5 18 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Sep 1960 Wigan LC2 1960~61 H 7 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 10th Sep 1960 Leigh L 1960~61 A 28 13 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Sep 1960 Oldham L 1960~61 H 26 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 21st Sep 1960 Swinton L 1960~61 A 15 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Sep 1960 Halifax L 1960~61 H 32 4 2 0 0 View
W 2 12th Oct 1960 Australia Tour 1960~61 H 15 12 1 0 0 View
W 2 15th Oct 1960 Blackpool Borough L 1960~61 A 34 13 1 0 0 View
W 2 17th Oct 1960 Leigh LCSF 1960~61 A 15 2 3 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Oct 1960 Wigan L 1960~61 H 11 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 29th Oct 1960 Swinton LCF 1960~61 N 15 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 5th Nov 1960 Whitehaven L 1960~61 H 18 8 1 0 0 View
W 2 12th Nov 1960 Rochdale Hornets L 1960~61 A 38 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 19th Nov 1960 Barrow L 1960~61 A 29 15 3 0 0 View
W 2 26th Nov 1960 Workington Town L 1960~61 H 47 2 4 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Dec 1960 Hunslet L 1960~61 A 5 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 24th Dec 1960 Salford L 1960~61 A 17 5 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Dec 1960 Rochdale Hornets L 1960~61 H 51 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Jan 1961 Leigh L 1960~61 H 10 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Jan 1961 Warrington L 1960~61 A 8 5 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Jan 1961 Hull L 1960~61 H 22 15 1 0 0 View
W 2 21st Jan 1961 Whitehaven L 1960~61 A 15 11 0 0 0 View
L 2 4th Feb 1961 Warrington L 1960~61 H 7 8 1 0 0 View
D 2 11th Feb 1961 Widnes CC1 1960~61 H 5 5 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Feb 1961 Widnes CC1(rep) 1960~61 A 29 10 2 0 0 View
W 2 18th Feb 1961 Widnes L 1960~61 H 44 7 5 0 0 View
W 2 25th Feb 1961 Castleford CC2 1960~61 A 18 10 2 0 0 View
W 2 4th Mar 1961 Liverpool City L 1960~61 A 52 2 4 0 0 View
W 2 11th Mar 1961 Swinton CC3 1960~61 H 17 9 0 0 0 View
W 2 18th Mar 1961 Halifax L 1960~61 A 19 12 1 0 0 View
W 2 21st Mar 1961 Barrow L 1960~61 H 31 2 3 0 0 View
W 2 25th Mar 1961 Salford L 1960~61 H 45 2 4 0 0 View
L 2 27th Mar 1961 Wakefield Trinity L 1960~61 A 2 4 0 0 0 View
L 4 31st Mar 1961 Wigan L 1960~61 A 2 12 0 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Apr 1961 Swinton L 1960~61 H 3 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 15th Apr 1961 Hull CCSF 1960~61 N 26 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 19th Apr 1961 Widnes L 1960~61 A 17 5 2 0 0 View
L 2 22nd Apr 1961 Featherstone Rovers L 1960~61 A 11 28 0 0 0 View
W 2 25th Apr 1961 Blackpool Borough L 1960~61 H 28 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 29th Apr 1961 Featherstone Rovers L 1960~61 H 38 0 3 0 0 View
L 2 6th May 1961 Leeds ChSF 1960~61 A 4 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 13th May 1961 Wigan CCF 1960~61 N 12 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 19th Aug 1961 Leeds L 1961~62 H 20 5 0 0 0 View
L 2 26th Aug 1961 Swinton L 1961~62 A 6 15 1 0 0 View
W 2 30th Aug 1961 Wakefield Trinity L 1961~62 H 10 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Sep 1961 Leigh LC1 1961~62 H 43 8 0 0 0 View
W 2 9th Sep 1961 Salford L 1961~62 A 24 7 2 0 0 View
W 2 12th Sep 1961 Rochdale Hornets L 1961~62 A 14 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Sep 1961 Whitehaven L 1961~62 H 44 0 4 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Sep 1961 Barrow L 1961~62 A 34 2 3 0 0 View
L 2 30th Sep 1961 Hull L 1961~62 H 22 25 2 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Oct 1961 Oldham LC2 1961~62 H 30 7 2 0 0 View
W 2 10th Oct 1961 Salford LCSF 1961~62 H 21 2 2 0 0 View
W 2 14th Oct 1961 New Zealand Tour 1961~62 H 25 10 1 0 0 View
L 2 28th Oct 1961 Warrington L 1961~62 A 7 11 1 0 0 View
W 2 11th Nov 1961 Swinton LCF 1961~62 N 25 9 1 0 0 View
L 2 18th Nov 1961 Widnes L 1961~62 A 12 13 1 0 0 View
L 2 2nd Dec 1961 Hull K.R. L 1961~62 A 5 12 1 0 0 View
L 2 9th Dec 1961 Wakefield Trinity L 1961~62 A 10 12 0 0 0 View
L 2 16th Dec 1961 Oldham L 1961~62 H 8 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 6th Jan 1962 Barrow L 1961~62 H 30 6 3 0 0 View
L 2 13th Jan 1962 Leeds L 1961~62 A 3 20 0 0 0 View
W 2 20th Jan 1962 Warrington L 1961~62 H 11 7 1 0 0 View
L 2 27th Jan 1962 Workington Town L 1961~62 A 7 23 0 0 0 View
W 2 3rd Feb 1962 Huddersfield L 1961~62 H 36 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 10th Feb 1962 Salford CC1 1961~62 A 15 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Feb 1962 Salford L 1961~62 H 17 12 2 0 0 View
L 2 24th Feb 1962 Leigh L 1961~62 A 6 7 0 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Mar 1962 Huddersfield CC2 1961~62 H 2 13 0 0 0 View
W 2 24th Mar 1962 Widnes L 1961~62 H 13 8 0 0 0 View
W 2 31st Mar 1962 Swinton L 1961~62 H 5 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 3rd Apr 1962 Hull K.R. L 1961~62 H 27 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Apr 1962 Hull L 1961~62 A 12 8 1 0 0 View
W 2 9th Apr 1962 Leigh L 1961~62 H 42 4 1 0 0 View
W 2 14th Apr 1962 Blackpool Borough L 1961~62 A 15 2 1 0 0 View
L 2 20th Apr 1962 Wigan L 1961~62 H 16 18 1 0 0 View
W 2 21st Apr 1962 Liverpool City L 1961~62 A 14 2 2 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Apr 1962 Blackpool Borough L 1961~62 H 37 5 6 0 0 View
L 2 28th Apr 1962 Wigan L 1961~62 A 3 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 2nd May 1962 Huddersfield L 1961~62 A 16 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th May 1962 SHAPE Indians* Fr 1962~63 H 43 8 7 1 0 View
W 2 10th Aug 1962 Liverpool City* Fr Charity Cup 1962~63 H 33 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 18th Aug 1962 Salford WDC 1962~63 A 35 24 3 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Aug 1962 Leigh WDC 1962~63 H 21 3 0 0 0 View
W 2 25th Aug 1962 Blackpool Borough WDC 1962~63 H 21 12 1 0 0 View
W 2 1st Sep 1962 Salford WDC 1962~63 H 59 0 3 0 0 View
W 2 8th Sep 1962 Liverpool City LC1 1962~63 H 22 0 2 0 0 View
W 2 15th Sep 1962 Leigh WDC 1962~63 A 20 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 18th Sep 1962 Blackpool Borough LC2 1962~63 A 14 3 2 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Sep 1962 Liverpool City WDC 1962~63 H 32 3 2 0 0 View
D 2 29th Sep 1962 Blackpool Borough WDC 1962~63 A 12 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Oct 1962 Oldham LCSF 1962~63 A 10 8 0 0 0 View
L 2 6th Oct 1962 Warrington L 1962~63 A 13 21 1 0 0 View
L 2 9th Oct 1962 Widnes WDCSF 1962~63 H 9 10 0 0 0 View
D 2 13th Oct 1962 Castleford L 1962~63 H 10 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 20th Oct 1962 Huddersfield L 1962~63 A 22 9 4 0 0 View
W 2 27th Oct 1962 Swinton LCF 1962~63 N 7 4 1 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Nov 1962 Leeds L 1962~63 A 7 14 1 0 0 View
L 2 10th Nov 1962 Warrington L 1962~63 H 2 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Nov 1962 Castleford L 1962~63 A 8 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 24th Nov 1962 Huddersfield L 1962~63 H 36 3 2 0 0 View
L 2 15th Dec 1962 Wakefield Trinity L 1962~63 A 7 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Dec 1962 Hull L 1962~63 H 27 14 0 0 0 View
L 2 9th Mar 1963 Hull K.R. L 1962~63 A 2 3 0 0 0 View
L 2 11th Mar 1963 Halifax CC1 1962~63 A 2 9 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Mar 1963 Bramley L 1962~63 H 38 0 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Mar 1963 Wigan L 1962~63 H 20 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th Mar 1963 Featherstone Rovers L 1962~63 A 17 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 1st Apr 1963 Workington Town L 1962~63 H 29 0 1 0 0 View
W 2 6th Apr 1963 Halifax L 1962~63 H 33 3 1 0 0 View
W 2 12th Apr 1963 Wigan L 1962~63 A 24 4 1 0 0 View
L 2 13th Apr 1963 Swinton L 1962~63 A 8 9 1 0 0 View
L 2 15th Apr 1963 Swinton L 1962~63 H 9 24 0 0 0 View
W 2 20th Apr 1963 Featherstone Rovers L 1962~63 H 18 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 13th May 1963 Widnes L 1962~63 H 14 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 18th May 1963 Bramley L 1962~63 A 21 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 25th May 1963 Halifax L 1962~63 A 33 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 27th May 1963 Hull K.R. L 1962~63 H 16 15 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th May 1963 Oldham L 1962~63 A 24 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 24th Aug 1963 Huddersfield L 1963~64 H 7 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 28th Aug 1963 Castleford L 1963~64 H 20 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 31st Aug 1963 Keighley L 1963~64 A 18 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Sep 1963 Hunslet L 1963~64 A 15 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Sep 1963 Swinton LC1 1963~64 A 12 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th Sep 1963 Hull K.R. L 1963~64 H 40 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 16th Sep 1963 Workington Town LC2 1963~64 H 28 4 1 0 0 View
L 2 21st Sep 1963 Halifax L 1963~64 A 5 13 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Sep 1963 Warrington LCSF 1963~64 A 21 14 0 0 0 View
L 2 28th Sep 1963 Australia Tour 1963~64 H 2 8 0 0 0 View
W 2 5th Oct 1963 Barrow WDC 1963~64 H 19 15 2 0 0 View
W 2 12th Oct 1963 Leeds L 1963~64 A 10 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 19th Oct 1963 Hull L 1963~64 H 11 10 0 0 0 View
W 3 26th Oct 1963 Leigh LCF 1963~64 N 15 4 1 0 0 View
W 3 2nd Nov 1963 Warrington L 1963~64 H 19 8 3 0 0 View
D 3 16th Nov 1963 Featherstone Rovers L 1963~64 H 11 11 1 0 0 View
W 3 30th Nov 1963 Liverpool City WDC 1963~64 H 16 0 1 0 0 View
W 2 7th Dec 1963 Wakefield Trinity L 1963~64 A 8 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 28th Dec 1963 Workington Town L 1963~64 A 5 0 0 0 0 View
L 2 11th Jan 1964 Hunslet L 1963~64 H 10 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 25th Jan 1964 Keighley L 1963~64 H 28 3 2 0 0 View
W 2 1st Feb 1964 Hull K.R. L 1963~64 A 9 5 0 0 0 View
L 2 8th Feb 1964 Castleford CC1 1963~64 H 6 13 1 0 0 View
W 2 15th Feb 1964 Barrow WDC 1963~64 A 14 10 0 0 0 View
L 2 22nd Feb 1964 Leeds L 1963~64 H 6 14 0 0 0 View
W 2 29th Feb 1964 Warrington L 1963~64 A 17 10 2 0 0 View
W 2 21st Mar 1964 Whitehaven WDC 1963~64 H 50 7 3 0 0 View
W 2 27th Mar 1964 Wigan L 1963~64 H 11 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 28th Mar 1964 Salford WDC 1963~64 H 24 13 1 0 0 View
W 2 30th Mar 1964 Swinton L 1963~64 A 10 7 1 0 0 View
L 2 4th Apr 1964 Widnes L 1963~64 H 6 10 0 0 0 View
L 2 8th Apr 1964 Featherstone Rovers L 1963~64 A 12 19 0 0 0 View
W 2 11th Apr 1964 Wakefield Trinity L 1963~64 H 24 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 15th Apr 1964 Whitehaven WDC 1963~64 A 3 0 0 0 0 View
W 2 16th May 1964 Swinton WDCF 1963~64 N 10 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 12th Sep 1964 Blackpool Borough L 1964~65 H 37 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th Sep 1964 Barrow LC2 1964~65 A 22 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Jan 1965 Whitehaven L 1964~65 H 16 3 2 0 0 View
W 2 27th Jan 1965 Other Nationalities* Fr Opening of Floodl 1964~65 H 19 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 6th Feb 1965 Castleford CC1 1964~65 H 22 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 13th Feb 1965 Workington Town L 1964~65 A 3 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 16th Feb 1965 Salford L 1964~65 H 12 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 20th Feb 1965 Huddersfield L 1964~65 H 28 6 0 0 0 View
L 2 27th Feb 1965 Wigan CC2 1964~65 A 2 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 13th Mar 1965 Oldham L 1964~65 A 15 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 16th Mar 1965 Wakefield Trinity L 1964~65 H 2 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 23rd Mar 1965 Wigan L 1964~65 H 6 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th Mar 1965 Hull K.R. L 1964~65 H 8 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 5th Apr 1965 Barrow L 1964~65 A 21 14 1 0 0 View
W 2 9th Apr 1965 Liverpool City L 1964~65 A 11 0 0 0 0 View
W 2 16th Apr 1965 Wigan L 1964~65 A 16 8 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Apr 1965 Widnes L 1964~65 A 14 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 19th Apr 1965 Swinton L 1964~65 H 16 5 3 0 0 View
W 2 21st Apr 1965 Huddersfield L 1964~65 A 20 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 24th Apr 1965 Barrow Ch1 1964~65 H 23 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 30th Apr 1965 Hull K.R. Ch2 1964~65 H 24 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 15th May 1965 Wakefield Trinity ChSF 1964~65 H 10 5 1 0 0 View
L 3 22nd May 1965 Halifax ChF 1964~65 N 7 15 0 0 0 View
W 2 24th Aug 1965 Rochdale Hornets L 1965~66 A 17 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 28th Aug 1965 Castleford L 1965~66 A 19 15 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th Aug 1965 Whitehaven L 1965~66 H 30 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 4th Sep 1965 Warrington L 1965~66 A 11 2 0 0 0 View
L 2 10th Sep 1965 Swinton LC1 1965~66 H 7 8 0 0 0 View
W 14 15th Sep 1965 New Zealand Tour 1965~66 H 28 7 0 0 0 Y View
W 2 18th Sep 1965 Castleford L 1965~66 H 21 6 1 0 0 View
W 2 27th Sep 1965 Widnes L 1965~66 A 9 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 1st Oct 1965 Oldham L 1965~66 H 23 17 0 0 0 View
W 2 5th Oct 1965 Leigh FT1 1965~66 H 25 19 2 0 0 View
W 2 9th Oct 1965 Barrow L 1965~66 H 18 14 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Oct 1965 Salford L 1965~66 A 15 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Oct 1965 Workington Town L 1965~66 H 43 4 5 0 0 View
W 2 30th Oct 1965 Barrow L 1965~66 A 15 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 9th Nov 1965 Huddersfield L 1965~66 H 11 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 13th Nov 1965 Workington Town L 1965~66 A 7 3 0 0 0 View
W 2 16th Nov 1965 Leeds FT2 1965~66 H 21 9 0 0 0 View
W 2 19th Nov 1965 Rochdale Hornets L 1965~66 H 19 7 1 0 0 View
D 2 27th Nov 1965 Wakefield Trinity L 1965~66 H 9 9 0 0 0 View
W 2 4th Dec 1965 Whitehaven L 1965~66 A 4 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 7th Dec 1965 Swinton FTSF 1965~66 H 9 5 1 0 0 View
L 2 14th Dec 1965 Castleford FTF 1965~66 H 0 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 1st Jan 1966 Salford L 1965~66 H 16 3 0 0 0 View
L 2 8th Jan 1966 Oldham L 1965~66 A 9 13 0 0 0 View
W 2 29th Jan 1966 Halifax L 1965~66 A 5 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 1st Feb 1966 Widnes L 1965~66 H 9 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 5th Feb 1966 Blackpool Borough L 1965~66 A 25 11 1 0 0 View
W 2 14th Feb 1966 Leigh L 1965~66 H 17 2 1 0 0 View
L 2 19th Feb 1966 Wakefield Trinity L 1965~66 A 12 20 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Feb 1966 Wakefield Trinity CC1 1965~66 A 10 0 1 0 0 View
W 2 1st Mar 1966 Warrington L 1965~66 H 22 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 8th Mar 1966 Liverpool City L 1965~66 H 16 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 12th Mar 1966 Huddersfield L 1965~66 A 8 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 19th Mar 1966 Swinton CC2 1965~66 H 16 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Mar 1966 Leigh L 1965~66 A 6 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Apr 1966 Hull K.R. CC3 1965~66 H 12 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 8th Apr 1966 Wigan L 1965~66 H 17 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 30th Apr 1966 Warrington Ch1 1965~66 H 35 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th May 1966 Hull K.R. ChSF 1965~66 H 14 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 21st May 1966 Wigan CCF 1965~66 N 21 2 0 0 0 View
L 2 12th Aug 1966 Swinton* Fr Gallie Cup 1966~67 H 13 27 0 1 0 View
D 2 19th Aug 1966 Widnes L 1966~67 A 10 10 0 0 0 View
L 2 23rd Aug 1966 Warrington L 1966~67 H 6 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 27th Aug 1966 Salford L 1966~67 H 42 7 2 0 0 View
L 2 29th Aug 1966 Wakefield Trinity L 1966~67 A 15 28 2 0 0 View
W 2 3rd Sep 1966 Rochdale Hornets LC1 1966~67 A 18 16 0 0 0 View
W 2 7th Sep 1966 Salford FTP(1) 1966~67 A 19 10 1 0 0 View
W 2 10th Sep 1966 Liverpool City L 1966~67 A 35 12 2 0 0 View
W 2 12th Sep 1966 Barrow L 1966~67 A 15 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 14th Sep 1966 Wigan LC2 1966~67 A 9 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Sep 1966 Blackpool Borough L 1966~67 A 23 14 0 0 0 View
D 2 24th Sep 1966 Rochdale Hornets L 1966~67 A 17 17 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Sep 1966 Salford FTP(2) 1966~67 H 40 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 7th Oct 1966 Blackpool Borough L 1966~67 H 25 6 2 0 0 View
W 2 14th Oct 1966 Wakefield Trinity L 1966~67 H 18 15 1 0 0 View
W 2 18th Oct 1966 Swinton FT1 1966~67 H 11 9 1 0 0 View
W 2 22nd Oct 1966 Salford L 1966~67 A 30 3 1 0 0 View
W 2 28th Oct 1966 Leeds L 1966~67 H 16 3 1 0 0 View
D 2 1st Nov 1966 Barrow FT2 1966~67 A 11 11 1 0 0 View
W 2 11th Nov 1966 Castleford L 1966~67 H 13 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 18th Nov 1966 Barrow L 1966~67 H 16 11 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Nov 1966 Huddersfield L 1966~67 A 15 10 1 0 0 View
L 2 2nd Dec 1966 Castleford L 1966~67 A 7 25 0 0 0 View
W 2 9th Dec 1966 Leigh L 1966~67 H 4 0 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Dec 1966 Workington Town L 1966~67 A 16 9 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Dec 1966 Wigan L 1966~67 H 8 3 0 0 0 View
W 2 27th Dec 1966 Warrington L 1966~67 A 9 8 0 0 0 View
D 2 2nd Jan 1967 Swinton L 1966~67 A 9 9 0 0 0 View
L 2 21st Jan 1967 Workington Town L 1966~67 H 5 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 27th Jan 1967 Oldham L 1966~67 H 25 7 2 0 0 View
D 2 3rd Feb 1967 Salford CC1 1966~67 A 5 5 0 0 0 View
L 2 7th Feb 1967 Salford CC1(rep) 1966~67 H 3 8 1 0 0 View
W 2 11th Feb 1967 Liverpool City L 1966~67 H 23 6 1 0 0 View
L 2 17th Feb 1967 Oldham L 1966~67 A 7 8 1 0 0 View
L 2 4th Mar 1967 Leeds L 1966~67 A 20 26 1 0 0 View
W 2 10th Mar 1967 Rochdale Hornets L 1966~67 H 17 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th Apr 1967 Leigh Ch1 1966~67 H 37 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 29th Apr 1967 Castleford ChSF 1966~67 H 14 3 1 0 0 View
D 2 6th May 1967 Wakefield Trinity ChF 1966~67 N 7 7 0 0 0 View
L 2 10th May 1967 Wakefield Trinity ChF(rep) 1966~67 N 9 21 1 0 0 View
W 2 11th Aug 1967 Swinton * Fr Gallie Cup 1967~68 A 9 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 18th Aug 1967 Rochdale Hornets LC1 1967~68 H 7 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Aug 1967 Leeds L 1967~68 A 13 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Aug 1967 Hull K.R. L 1967~68 H 13 8 2 0 0 View
W 2 1st Sep 1967 Salford L 1967~68 A 15 3 0 0 0 View
W 2 9th Sep 1967 Liverpool City L 1967~68 A 32 5 2 0 0 View
W 2 15th Sep 1967 Leigh L 1967~68 H 22 0 2 0 0 View
W 2 19th Sep 1967 Swinton LCSF 1967~68 A 12 8 0 0 0 View
W 2 23rd Sep 1967 Rochdale Hornets L 1967~68 A 8 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 27th Sep 1967 Warrington L 1967~68 H 17 12 2 0 0 View
D 2 7th Oct 1967 Warrington LCF 1967~68 N 2 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 14th Oct 1967 Liverpool City L 1967~68 H 15 7 0 0 0 View
L 2 21st Oct 1967 Whitehaven L 1967~68 A 6 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 24th Oct 1967 Australia Tour 1967~68 H 8 4 0 0 0 View
W 2 7th Nov 1967 Oldham FT1 1967~68 H 14 0 1 0 0 View
L 2 22nd Nov 1967 Wigan FT2 1967~68 H 11 22 1 0 0 View
L 1 24th Nov 1967 Salford L 1967~68 H 4 7 0 0 0 View
W 2 2nd Dec 1967 Warrington LCF(rep) 1967~68 N 13 10 0 0 0 View
W 2 16th Dec 1967 Oldham L 1967~68 H 10 2 1 0 0 View
W 2 26th Dec 1967 Wigan L 1967~68 A 16 10 1 0 0 View
D 2 30th Dec 1967 Batley L 1967~68 H 9 9 1 0 0 View
L 2 5th Jan 1968 Barrow L 1967~68 A 7 17 0 0 0 View
W 2 15th Jan 1968 Barrow L 1967~68 H 6 2 0 0 0 View
W 2 20th Jan 1968 Oldham L 1967~68 A 26 14 2 0 0 View
L 2 3rd Feb 1968 Huddersfield CC1 1967~68 H 0 5 0 0 0 View
W 2 17th Feb 1968 Batley L 1967~68 A 18 12 0 0 0 View
L 2 23rd Feb 1968 Hull K.R. L 1967~68 A 10 12 0 0 0 View
W 2 26th Feb 1968 Whitehaven L 1967~68 H 31 8 3 0 0 View
W 2 6th Mar 1968 Warrington L 1967~68 A 12 6 0 0 0 View
W 2 9th Mar 1968 Blackpool Borough L 1967~68 A 23 7 1 0 0 View
W 2 16th Mar 1968 Widnes L 1967~68 H 18 13 0 0 0 View
L 3 19th Mar 1968 Leeds L 1967~68 H 4 12 0 0 0 View
L 2 23rd Mar 1968 Wakefield Trinity L 1967~68 A 3 23 0 0 0 View
W 2 30th Mar 1968 Workington Town L 1967~68 H 18 11 0 0 0 View
W 2 12th Apr 1968 Wigan L 1967~68 H 24 13 3 0 0 View
L 2 13th Apr 1968 Widnes L 1967~68 A 7 24 0 0 0 View
W 2 15th Apr 1968 Swinton L 1967~68 A 19 16 1 0 0 View
W 2 24th Apr 1968 Warrington Ch2 1967~68 H 20 0 0 0 0 View
L 2 27th Apr 1968 Hull K.R. ChSF 1967~68 A 10 23 0 0 0 View


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CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 402 OTHER 7 = 410
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 0 Subs) = 409
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