Bernard Dwyer

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
20-04-1967
N/A
20-04-1984
Hare and Hounds ARL
27-02-1985 v Hull
Hull
1995- Bradford Bulls
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
1984-1995
232 (33)
39
60
1
277

BIOGRAPHY

Bernard Dwyer by Dave Dooley:

Bernard Dwyer was one of the best ever professionals to play for the Saints. His effort and commitment were always total. His tackling was exemplary and in attack he could always be relied upon to take the right option. Bernard was extremely strong especially close to the opponents line. When you also consider that he had neat footwork and was a reliable goal-kicker his value to be the Saints during a 12 year career was immense. He was signed from the local outfit, the Hare and Hounds ARL Club in April 1984 and made his debut against Hull in a 46 points to 24 defeat on the 27th of February, 1985. Bernard was a natural hooker but could also play as well in the second row or loose forward. In his first season he had just one start and two substitutes appearances in a team inspired by the great Mal Meninga. At seventeen years old he was a little too inexperienced to fill the boots of Graham Liptrot when injury forced `Lippy` to miss the remainder of that glorious season. Instead Saints brought in Gary Ainsworth on loan from Leigh leaving Bernard to cheer on his team-mates as they waltzed off with the Premiership Trophy at Elland Road in the last match of the campaign.

The following season was a similar affair as Bernard plied his apprenticeship in the `A` Team. Bernard made five starts and came on as substitute four times. These appearances included a debut try and six goals for Bernard as part of the 72 points to 8 demolition of Carlisle in the first round of the Lancashire Cup. This match opened some spectators` eyes with regard to the potential of the then youngster. In the 1986/7 campaign Bernard featured more as a loose forward. There was a plethora of quality hookers on the Saints` books at the time including Graham Liptrot, Dave Harrison and Mark Lee and competition was fierce. As Bernard`s profile was rising his repertoire was expanding. He kicked his one and only drop goal for the club in a tense 17 points all draw with Warrington. Bernard also chipped in with a try against Barrow and four goals in two other matches. At the end of the season Bernard watched his colleagues lose a gripping Challenge Cup Final against Halifax by one point with Graham Liptrot still clinging onto the elusive number nine shirt.

The 1987/8 season saw the retirement of Graham Liptrot and many expected Bernard to finally claim a regular starting place in the side in the number nine jersey. However, coach Alex Murphy moved into the transfer market and snapped up Paul Groves who went on to have a sensational season. Bernard`s thirteen appearances were consistently impressive and included four tries. He missed out on the John Player Trophy Final when saints defeated Leeds by the odd point in 29. However, in the last match of the campaign Bernard did get his first taste of Finals football when he was selected as substitute to play Widnes in the Premiership Final at Old Trafford. Unfortunately, Saints were no match for the Chemics on that particular day and ran out 38 points to 14 losers.

In his fifth season at the tender age of 21, Bernard finally became a regular member of the first team in the 1988/9 season. Playing mostly in the second row, Bernard nipped in for seven tries in 32 appearances. 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. Bernard played in the second row in that never to be remembered Challenge Cup Final.

The 1989/90 season was somewhat truncated for Bernard as he missed much of the mid-season through injury. He managed to return in February and scored a try from the substitutes` bench to help defeat Leeds by 32 points to 26.

Bernard made 28 appearances in the 1990/1 season either at hooker or in the second row. 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, Dwyer got the nod ahead of Paul Groves 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. This was the third occasion that Bernard had left a Final on the losing side.

Bernard`s ambition for a winner`s medal was thwarted in the following campaign (1991-92) as he played a full part in the Lancashire Cup campaign of 1991. In the first round Saints were up against Trafford Borough. Bernard was given the goal-kicking duties in the absence of Paul Loughlin. The `ton-up boys` destroyed the opposition with no fewer than twenty tries. Bernard`s trusty left boot kicked twelve goals as part of the massacre. Dwyer and the Saints had a blinder against Wigan in the Lancashire Cup semi-final, as Saints prevailed by 28 points to 16. Bernard scored an absolutely cracking try and with the old enemy out of the way Bernard could lokk forward to collecting his first winner`s medal with the club. Cruel luck intervened however and injury meant that when ten days later the Saints went on to record a 24 points to 14 win over Rochdale Hornets in the Lancashire Cup Final at Warrington, Bernard was a luckless spectator. He ended the season with a total of seven tries and 12 goals from 31 appearances. The side also settled down that season and finished a comfortable second position in the league but still somewhat adrift from Wigan at the top.

Bernard played 37 matches in the 1992/3 season and monopolised the hooker`s number nine jersey. The last ever Lancashire Cup Final saw Saints pitted against Wigan at Knowsley Road. In a thrilling, bruising encounter Saints lost out by one point. Bernard kicked Saints` only points that afternoon and yet again a loser`s medal was scant consolation for a monumental effort. Later that year Bernard 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. 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 Bernard and the Saints defeated Wigan by 10 points to 4 in the 1993 Premiership Final at Old Trafford. That day Bernard produced another superb all round game and at last he had a winner`s medal to polish! Bernard also collected a career best 68 points that season from 4 tries and 26 goals.

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. Bernard however had one of his best ever seasons in attack as he supported beautifully all year to sniff out a very creditable ten-try haul. This total included two braces against Halifax and Hull. Youngblood was the order of the day with Bernard and Shane Cooper was acting as their main mentors on the field. At the end of the 1993/4 season, the Saints were again disappointed to be staring at an empty trophy cabinet.

Bernard missed out on the first 11 matches of the 1994/5 campaign only to return as substitute against Australia on November 1st., 1994. He scored a typical poacher`s try as the Saints pushed the tourists all the way to lose out by 32 points to 14. His return also coincided with a fresh challenge for the number nine jersey in the shape of a fresh faced Kieron Cunningham. Another injury forced Bernard to sit on the touchlines for a couple of months from mid-January to late March 1995. His try against Wakefield Trinity on April 2nd. 1995, as part of a 56 points to 14 league victory, proved to be his last points for the club.

Bernard looked as fit as a fiddle at the commencement of the 1995/6 season. The number nine jersey was very much in the capable hands of Kieron Cunningham and Bernard settled into other positions in the pack. 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 Bernard`s Knowsley Road career. At twenty eight years of age and with bags of rugby left in his legs In November 1995, Bernard reluctantly departed the Knowsley Road scene as part of the World Record Transfer deal, which brought Paul Newlove to 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.

In any colours Bernard always gave his best and remained the model professional throughout his career. Ultimately he won every club honour in the game and all were thoroughly deserved.

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1984~85 0 0 0 3
1985~86 1 6 0 9
1986~871 4 1 14
1987~884 0 0 13
1988~897 0 0 32
1989~903 0 0 10
1990~910 0 0 28
1991~927 12 0 31
1992~93 4 26 0 37
1993~9410 12 0 31
1994~952 0 0 14
1995~96 0 0 0 11
TOTALS:39 60 1 233
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1984~85 0002
1985~86 0001
1986~870002
1987~88 0002
1988~890001
1990~910001
1992~933002
1993~941002
1995~960101
TOTALS:41014

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
29th Jul 1984 L 12 Barrow * Fr Benefit 1984~85 A 10 19 V
19th Aug 1984 W 18 Mansfield Marksmen * Fr Testimonial 1984~85 H 84 12 V
27th Feb 1985 L 15 Hull L 1984~85 A 24 46 V
3rd Mar 1985 W 14 Featherstone Rovers L 1984~85 A 14 13 V
8th Mar 1985 L 9 Oldham L 1984~85 A 18 20 V
25th Aug 1985 D 15 Oldham * Fr Ward Cup 1985~86 A 18 18 V
30th Aug 1985 W 15 Swinton L 1985~86 A 32 14 V
15th Sep 1985 W 14 Carlisle LC1 1985~86 H 72 8 1 6 V
22nd Sep 1985 L 9 Leeds L 1985~86 A 8 21 V
25th Sep 1985 W 9 Whitehaven LC2 1985~86 H 26 8 V
29th Sep 1985 L 9 Hull L 1985~86 H 22 35 V
2nd Oct 1985 L 9 Wigan LCSF 1985~86 A 2 30 V
13th Oct 1985 L 15 Castleford L 1985~86 A 18 32 V
12th Jan 1986 L 11 Warrington L 1985~86 A 16 26 V
6th Apr 1986 W 15 Swinton L 1985~86 H 24 14 V
20th Aug 1986 W 18 Sheffield Eagles* Fr 1986~87 A 26 25 V
24th Aug 1986 W 14 Great Britain XIII* Fr Testimonial 1986~87 H 34 30 V
31st Aug 1986 W 15 Leigh L 1986~87 H 50 18 V
3rd Sep 1986 W 15 Salford L 1986~87 A 38 4 V
7th Sep 1986 W 15 Leeds L 1986~87 A 40 20 V
30th Nov 1986 W 14 Whitehaven JP1 1986~87 A 10 8 Y V
4th Mar 1987 L 14 Castleford L 1986~87 A 10 12 1 V
17th Mar 1987 L 13 Hull L 1986~87 A 22 36 V
22nd Mar 1987 D 13 Warrington L 1986~87 A 17 17 1 V
25th Mar 1987 W 13 Leigh L 1986~87 A 16 8 V
29th Mar 1987 W 13 Hull K.R. L 1986~87 H 44 22 1 V
1st Apr 1987 L 13 Castleford L 1986~87 H 8 10 V
5th Apr 1987 W 9 Leeds L 1986~87 H 24 22 V
8th Apr 1987 W 14 Barrow L 1986~87 H 26 4 1 V
12th Apr 1987 L 14 Bradford Northern L 1986~87 A 4 18 V
17th Apr 1987 L 13 Wigan L 1986~87 A 12 42 2 V
14th Aug 1987 W 16 Sheffield Eagles* Fr 1987~88 H 40 2 V
23rd Aug 1987 L 13 Widnes * Fr Charity 1987~88 A 14 26 V
30th Aug 1987 L 13 Castleford L 1987~88 A 10 20 V
13th Dec 1987 W 15 Warrington L 1987~88 H 17 14 V
19th Dec 1987 W 15 Oldham JPSF 1987~88 N 18 8 V
31st Jan 1988 W 15 Leigh CC1 1987~88 A 22 12 V
7th Feb 1988 W 11 Halifax L 1987~88 H 16 4 V
13th Feb 1988 W 14 Warrington CC2 1987~88 A 24 20 V
17th Feb 1988 W 12 Hull L 1987~88 H 64 2 1 V
21st Feb 1988 W 14 Leigh L 1987~88 A 50 12 V
28th Feb 1988 L 14 Salford CC3 1987~88 A 18 22 1 V
6th Mar 1988 W 13 Hunslet L 1987~88 A 14 10 1 V
13th Mar 1988 W 14 Castleford L 1987~88 H 14 6 V
16th Mar 1988 W 14 Salford L 1987~88 H 24 10 1 V
15th May 1988 L 15 Widnes PTF 1987~88 N 14 38 V
14th Aug 1988 W 13 Widnes* Fr Charity 1988~89 H 28 16 V
28th Aug 1988 W 13 Bradford Northern L 1988~89 H 23 16 V
4th Sep 1988 W 13 Warrington L 1988~89 A 25 14 V
11th Sep 1988 D 13 Castleford L 1988~89 H 14 14 V
18th Sep 1988 L 13 Widnes LC1 1988~89 A 24 32 V
25th Sep 1988 L 13 Leeds L 1988~89 A 0 32 V
2nd Oct 1988 W 13 Wakefield Trinity L 1988~89 H 30 14 1 V
9th Oct 1988 W 11 Hull K.R. L 1988~89 A 30 22 V
16th Oct 1988 L 15 Hull L 1988~89 H 9 20 V
23rd Oct 1988 W 11 Oldham L 1988~89 A 26 22 1 V
6th Nov 1988 W 9 Salford L 1988~89 H 30 14 1 V
13th Nov 1988 W 9 York JP1 1988~89 A 14 6 V
20th Nov 1988 L 9 Castleford L 1988~89 A 12 46 V
27th Nov 1988 W 9 Hull JP2 1988~89 H 16 13 V
4th Dec 1988 W 11 Wakefield Trinity JP3 1988~89 H 34 18 1 V
10th Dec 1988 L 11 Widnes JPSF 1988~89 N 18 20 V
13th Dec 1988 L 11 Hull L 1988~89 A 12 21 1 V
18th Dec 1988 W 11 Halifax L 1988~89 H 50 16 V
26th Dec 1988 L 11 Wigan L 1988~89 H 11 18 V
1st Jan 1989 L 11 Widnes L 1988~89 A 22 29 V
8th Jan 1989 W 11 Leeds L 1988~89 H 15 6 V
15th Jan 1989 L 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1988~89 A 12 13 V
22nd Jan 1989 W 11 Hull K.R. L 1988~89 H 29 0 V
29th Jan 1989 W 11 Swinton CC1 1988~89 A 16 5 V
12th Feb 1989 W 11 Barrow CC2 1988~89 H 28 6 V
19th Feb 1989 W 11 Bradford Northern L 1988~89 A 16 12 V
26th Feb 1989 W 11 Featherstone Rovers CC3 1988~89 H 32 3 1 V
1st Mar 1989 W 15 Oldham L 1988~89 H 58 12 V
2nd Apr 1989 L 13 Wakefield Trinity L 1988~89 A 14 21 V
9th Apr 1989 W 13 Warrington L 1988~89 H 30 16 V
23rd Apr 1989 W 13 Wigan PT1 1988~89 A 4 2 V
29th Apr 1989 L 11 Wigan CCF 1988~89 N 0 27 V
7th May 1989 L 13 Widnes PTSF 1988~89 A 14 38 1 V
10th Sep 1989 L 12 Castleford L 1989~90 H 24 26 V
17th Sep 1989 W 11 Runcorn Highfield LC1 1989~90 H 78 10 V
24th Sep 1989 L 11 Bradford Northern L 1989~90 A 18 28 V
4th Nov 1989 W 11 Salford L 1989~90 H 40 16 1 V
12th Nov 1989 W 11 Barrow L 1989~90 H 62 18 V
4th Feb 1990 W 15 Leeds L 1989~90 H 32 26 1 V
10th Feb 1990 W 11 Hull CC2 1989~90 A 24 12 1 V
18th Feb 1990 W 11 Barrow L 1989~90 A 46 6 V
25th Feb 1990 W 11 Whitehaven CC3 1989~90 H 44 10 V
10th Mar 1990 L 11 Wigan CCSF 1989~90 N 14 20 V
12th Aug 1990 W 9 Widnes* Fr Charity 1990~91 H 40 12 V
26th Aug 1990 W 11 Trafford Borough LC1 1990~91 H 56 24 V
23rd Sep 1990 W 9 Hull K.R. L 1990~91 H 42 10 V
30th Sep 1990 L 9 Leeds L 1990~91 A 4 23 V
7th Oct 1990 L 13 Australia Tour 1990~91 H 4 34 V
21st Oct 1990 L 13 Castleford L 1990~91 H 16 29 V
4th Nov 1990 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1990~91 A 30 18 V
2nd Dec 1990 W 9 Swinton RT1 1990~91 A 31 7 V
11th Dec 1990 W 9 Featherstone Rovers RT2 1990~91 A 33 16 V
16th Dec 1990 L 11 Warrington RT3 1990~91 A 12 18 V
23rd Dec 1990 L 11 Sheffield Eagles L 1990~91 A 8 18 V
26th Dec 1990 L 11 Wigan L 1990~91 H 15 28 V
1st Jan 1991 L 11 Widnes L 1990~91 A 8 14 V
6th Jan 1991 W 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1990~91 H 36 14 V
13th Jan 1991 W 12 Featherstone Rovers L 1990~91 A 36 28 V
20th Jan 1991 W 12 Leeds L 1990~91 H 22 16 V
10th Feb 1991 W 9 Swinton CC1 1990~91 A 18 8 V
18th Feb 1991 W 9 Hull L 1990~91 H 12 10 V
23rd Feb 1991 W 9 Wakefield Trinity CC2 1990~91 H 16 2 V
3rd Mar 1991 L 9 Warrington L 1990~91 A 20 34 V
10th Mar 1991 W 9 Halifax CC3 1990~91 A 24 16 V
13th Mar 1991 W 11 Oldham L 1990~91 H 33 22 V
17th Mar 1991 W 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1990~91 H 54 38 V
24th Mar 1991 L 11 Castleford L 1990~91 A 4 28 V
30th Mar 1991 W 9 Widnes CCSF 1990~91 N 19 2 V
7th Apr 1991 W 9 Wakefield Trinity L 1990~91 A 22 8 V
14th Apr 1991 W 15 Warrington L 1990~91 H 62 16 V
21st Apr 1991 L 9 Hull PT1 1990~91 A 12 28 V
27th Apr 1991 L 9 Wigan CCF 1990~91 N 8 13 V
15th Sep 1991 W 13 Trafford Borough LC1 1991~92 H 104 12 12 V
22nd Sep 1991 W 9 Swinton L 1991~92 A 16 12 V
26th Sep 1991 W 15 Oldham LC2 1991~92 H 39 26 1 V
29th Sep 1991 W 9 Castleford L 1991~92 H 25 14 V
6th Oct 1991 L 9 Halifax L 1991~92 A 6 26 V
10th Oct 1991 W 13 Wigan LCSF 1991~92 H 28 16 1 V
13th Oct 1991 W 13 Bradford Northern L 1991~92 H 30 12 V
3rd Nov 1991 L 9 Wakefield Trinity L 1991~92 A 12 20 V
10th Nov 1991 W 9 Hull K.R. L 1991~92 H 38 15 1 V
17th Nov 1991 W 9 Huddersfield RT1 1991~92 A 32 10 1 V
24th Nov 1991 W 9 Oldham RT2 1991~92 A 24 18 V
1st Dec 1991 W 9 Bradford Northern RT3 1991~92 H 30 12 V
4th Dec 1991 L 12 Featherstone Rovers L 1991~92 A 6 8 V
8th Dec 1991 W 12 Swinton L 1991~92 H 28 4 V
15th Dec 1991 L 9 Hull K.R. L 1991~92 A 14 24 1 V
21st Dec 1991 L 9 Widnes RTSF 1991~92 N 10 18 V
26th Dec 1991 L 12 Wigan L 1991~92 A 6 16 V
1st Jan 1992 W 12 Widnes L 1991~92 H 24 22 V
5th Jan 1992 W 12 Salford L 1991~92 A 15 6 V
12th Jan 1992 W 12 Featherstone Rovers L 1991~92 H 28 10 V
19th Jan 1992 W 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1991~92 H 40 12 V
2nd Feb 1992 W 12 Widnes CC1 1991~92 A 10 2 V
8th Feb 1992 W 12 Leeds CC2 1991~92 A 32 12 V
16th Feb 1992 W 13 Bradford Northern L 1991~92 A 20 8 1 V
22nd Feb 1992 L 12 Wigan CC3 1991~92 H 6 13 V
1st Mar 1992 W 12 Leeds L 1991~92 H 19 8 V
17th Apr 1992 L 9 Wigan L 1991~92 H 6 16 V
20th Apr 1992 W 9 Widnes L 1991~92 A 28 23 1 V
26th Apr 1992 W 13 Halifax PT1 1991~92 H 52 6 V
10th May 1992 W 9 Castleford PTSF 1991~92 H 30 14 V
17th May 1992 L 9 Wigan PTF 1991~92 N 16 48 V
2nd Aug 1992 W 9 St. Helens Born XIII* Fr Testimonial 1992~93 H 72 46 2 V
16th Aug 1992 W 9 Widnes* Fr Charity 1992~93 H 22 12 1 V
23rd Aug 1992 W 9 Wigan CS 1992~93 N 17 0 V
30th Aug 1992 W 9 Leeds L 1992~93 A 27 14 V
6th Sep 1992 W 9 Wakefield Trinity L 1992~93 H 24 12 V
13th Sep 1992 W 9 Barrow LC1 1992~93 A 36 2 V
20th Sep 1992 W 9 Sheffield Eagles L 1992~93 A 18 10 1 V
27th Sep 1992 W 9 Salford L 1992~93 H 48 8 1 6 V
30th Sep 1992 W 9 Widnes LC2 1992~93 H 10 8 1 V
4th Oct 1992 W 9 Wakefield Trinity L 1992~93 A 18 5 1 3 V
7th Oct 1992 W 9 Salford LCSF 1992~93 H 18 5 3 V
11th Oct 1992 W 9 Hull L 1992~93 H 38 8 5 V
18th Oct 1992 L 9 Wigan LCF 1992~93 N 4 5 2 V
27th Oct 1992 W 15 Huddersfield RTP 1992~93 H 44 18 1 V
1st Nov 1992 L 9 Bradford Northern L 1992~93 H 18 35 3 V
8th Nov 1992 W 9 Leeds RT1 1992~93 H 15 14 V
11th Nov 1992 L 9 Leigh L 1992~93 A 6 11 1 V
15th Nov 1992 W 9 Salford L 1992~93 A 15 12 V
6th Dec 1992 W 15 Featherstone Rovers RT2 1992~93 A 25 8 V
11th Dec 1992 L 9 Castleford L 1992~93 A 6 16 V
19th Dec 1992 L 9 Castleford RT3 1992~93 H 8 12 V
27th Dec 1992 W 9 Wigan L 1992~93 H 41 6 V
6th Jan 1993 W 9 Leigh L 1992~93 H 64 9 V
17th Jan 1993 W 9 Hull K.R. L 1992~93 A 22 11 V
22nd Jan 1993 W 9 Halifax L 1992~93 H 18 16 V
31st Jan 1993 W 9 Featherstone Rovers CC1 1992~93 A 24 22 1 V
5th Feb 1993 W 9 Warrington L 1992~93 H 12 4 V
13th Feb 1993 L 9 Wigan CC2 1992~93 A 3 23 V
17th Feb 1993 L 9 Widnes L 1992~93 A 8 26 V
21st Feb 1993 L 9 Hull L 1992~93 A 16 21 V
12th Mar 1993 W 9 Hull K.R. L 1992~93 H 34 14 V
19th Mar 1993 W 9 Halifax L 1992~93 A 18 12 V
28th Mar 1993 W 12 Warrington L 1992~93 A 32 17 V
4th Apr 1993 W 9 Leeds L 1992~93 H 42 8 V
9th Apr 1993 D 9 Wigan L 1992~93 A 8 8 V
12th Apr 1993 W 9 Widnes L 1992~93 H 29 18 1 V
23rd Apr 1993 W 9 Halifax PT1 1992~93 H 34 25 V
9th May 1993 W 9 Leeds PTSF 1992~93 H 15 2 V
16th May 1993 W 9 Wigan PTF 1992~93 N 10 4 V
8th Aug 1993 L 9 International XIII* Fr Testimonial 1993~94 H 24 54 V
22nd Aug 1993 W 9 Widnes* Fr Charity 1993~94 A 30 14 1 V
29th Aug 1993 L 9 Hull K.R. L 1993~94 A 10 16 V
5th Sep 1993 W 9 Salford L 1993~94 H 22 14 1 V
12th Sep 1993 L 9 Warrington L 1993~94 A 10 17 V
26th Sep 1993 W 9 Castleford L 1993~94 A 35 18 1 V
1st Oct 1993 W 9 Featherstone Rovers L 1993~94 A 37 16 V
10th Oct 1993 W 9 Wakefield Trinity L 1993~94 H 36 10 1 V
20th Oct 1993 L 9 New Zealand Tour 1993~94 H 8 14 V
24th Oct 1993 L 9 Sheffield Eagles L 1993~94 H 12 19 V
7th Nov 1993 W 9 Bradford Northern L 1993~94 H 54 3 1 V
12th Nov 1993 W 9 Dewsbury RT2 1993~94 A 20 6 V
17th Nov 1993 W 9 Leeds L 1993~94 A 21 18 V
21st Nov 1993 W 9 Oldham L 1993~94 A 12 2 V
26th Nov 1993 D 9 Halifax L 1993~94 H 16 16 2 V
3rd Dec 1993 L 9 Hull L 1993~94 A 14 18 V
11th Dec 1993 L 9 Warrington RT3 1993~94 H 8 16 V
17th Dec 1993 W 9 Hull K.R. L 1993~94 H 23 22 V
26th Dec 1993 L 9 Wigan L 1993~94 A 8 40 V
6th Feb 1994 W 15 Castleford L 1993~94 H 33 12 V
13th Feb 1994 W 9 Whitehaven CC5 1993~94 A 46 4 V
20th Feb 1994 W 12 Featherstone Rovers L 1993~94 H 27 18 V
27th Feb 1994 W 12 Doncaster CC6 1993~94 H 40 9 V
6th Mar 1994 W 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1993~94 A 35 22 V
11th Mar 1994 L 12 Sheffield Eagles L 1993~94 A 6 18 V
26th Mar 1994 L 9 Leeds CCSF 1993~94 N 8 20 V
1st Apr 1994 L 9 Wigan L 1993~94 H 9 15 1 V
10th Apr 1994 W 9 Hull L 1993~94 H 52 10 2 V
13th Apr 1994 W 9 Leeds L 1993~94 H 68 0 3 V
17th Apr 1994 L 9 Oldham L 1993~94 H 26 30 1 V
19th Apr 1994 L 9 Bradford Northern L 1993~94 A 16 18 2 V
24th Apr 1994 L 9 Halifax L 1993~94 A 30 37 5 V
8th May 1994 L 9 Wigan PT1 1993~94 A 16 34 2 V
1st Nov 1994 L 14 Australia Tour 1994~95 H 14 32 1 V
8th Nov 1994 W 9 Doncaster L 1994~95 A 24 5 V
13th Nov 1994 W 9 Halifax L 1994~95 H 18 14 V
27th Nov 1994 L 9 Salford L 1994~95 A 12 39 V
4th Dec 1994 W 9 Huddersfield RT2 1994~95 A 52 11 V
11th Dec 1994 W 9 Workington Town L 1994~95 H 48 10 V
18th Dec 1994 D 9 Batley RT3 1994~95 A 22 22 V
20th Dec 1994 W 9 Batley RT3rep 1994~95 H 50 22 V
26th Dec 1994 L 9 Wigan L 1994~95 H 25 32 V
1st Jan 1995 W 9 Widnes L 1994~95 A 20 10 V
8th Jan 1995 L 9 Wigan RT4 1994~95 A 22 24 V
2nd Apr 1995 W 11 Wakefield Trinity L 1994~95 H 56 14 1 V
14th Apr 1995 L 11 Wigan L 1994~95 A 18 34 V
17th Apr 1995 W 11 Widnes L 1994~95 H 54 22 V
6th Aug 1995 W 9 Hull* Fr Testimonial 1995~96 H 64 16 1 V
20th Aug 1995 W 16 Bradford Bulls L 1995~96 H 55 10 V
23rd Aug 1995 W 16 Oldham L 1995~96 A 44 18 V
28th Aug 1995 L 16 Wigan L 1995~96 H 20 52 V
3rd Sep 1995 L 10 Leeds L 1995~96 A 24 36 V
10th Sep 1995 W 10 Workington Town L 1995~96 A 66 22 V
17th Sep 1995 W 10 Castleford L 1995~96 H 35 18 V
1st Nov 1995 W 10 London Broncos L 1995~96 A 50 34 V
5th Nov 1995 W 10 Halifax L 1995~96 H 58 20 V
11th Nov 1995 W 10 Keighley Cougars RT2 1995~96 A 42 14 V
17th Nov 1995 W 10 Bradford Bulls L 1995~96 A 32 18 V
26th Nov 1995 W 10 Hull RT3 1995~96 A 38 26 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 218 OTHER 14 = 233
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 33 Subs) = 232

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