Alan Hunte

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
11-07-1970
N/A
01-03-1989
Wakefield Trinity
01-03-1989 v Oldham
Brisbane Broncos
1997- Hull Sharks
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
1988-1997
244 (4)
189
0
0
756

BIOGRAPHY

Alan Hunte by Dave Dooley:

Alan Hunte was a very classy back whose abilities were in evidence right from his debut match against Oldham on March 1st., 1989. In this match he demonstrated lightning speed, great elusive qualities and mature positional play for debutant aged just 18 years old. Alan had the look of a player who had played the game all his life. His two tries on that day alerted the St Helens public to the fact that we had signed someone special - how true were those predictions! He was destined to become a regular international for Great Britain. Alan was a ubiquitous player equally comfortable at full back, in the centre or on the wing. He was also a sound defender and had a very safe pair of hands underneath a high bomb. His 189 tries from 244 matches for the Saints generated a tries to games ratio of 0.77 again this puts Alan in the very top bracket of finishers to have played at Knowsley Road.

His eight games played at the death of the 1988-9 season demonstrate Alan`s adaptability. He played six matches on the right wing, one at full back and even started the home league match against Featherstone Rovers at stand off. Despite, the Saints experiencing one of their dark periods in terms of results the form of Alan lifted the support`s spirits. When Saints recalled Michael O` Connor from Australia for the 1989 Challenge Cup Final debacle against Wigan, it was Alan who dropped out of team to vacate the right wing spot. He was selected however one week later for the Premiership Final but Saints were on the wrong end of a 38 points to 14 score-line against Widnes. Nevertheless, Alan collected his first medal with the Saints.

The 19989/90 season saw Alan straight into the first team and there he stayed for much of the next nine campaigns. He ended the season as top of the joint top try scorer with Phil Veivers on 21 tries for the season. Alan`s haul included two hat tricks against Runcorn and Hull KR. His adaptability was demonstrated by the positions he played that year - on both wings, at centre and stand off as the occasion demanded. On the general club front the experimentation with player combinations continued with the team playing no fewer than 36 players over the campaign. No fewer than nine players were tried on the wing. Alan played the last few games of the campaign at centre - this was very much a sign of things to come. Although ending up close to the top of the league as the highest scorers, some inconsistencies were denying the team and Alan of the big prizes.

In the 1990/1 campaign the Saints yet again 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 tryscoring performance in the 19 points to 2 semi-final win over Widnes in the Challenge Cup semi-final, Alan got the nod to start the Challenge Cup Final against the old enemy on the right wing. Alan managed to score a well taken try but generally the ball did not get out too much to the wings on that afternoon. Saints had fallen at the final hurdle as Wigan held on to a handy half time lead to prevail by 13 points to 8. Alan would have to wait another five years to pick up a Challenge Cup winner`s medal. He finished the season with an impressive 26 tries and jointly on top of the club tryscoring charts, sharing the honour with a rampant Les Quirk. Alan`s haul included four tries in the 62 points to 16 drubbing of Warrington and no fewer than six braces against other teams.

After scoring a hat trick against Trafford Borough in the first round of the Lancashire Cup, Alan suffered an injury which kept him out of the 1991 Lancashire Cup Final victory over Rochdale Hornets. Despite all his tries and top performances for the club, Alan was unlucky when it came to missing out on winning Finals` matches. Alan roared back to form a fortnight after this Final and ended the season as the club`s top try scorer with 24 tries from 30 games. Alan added hat tricks against Bradford Northern and Halifax to the one tallied against Trafford Borough. His tryscoring feats were rewarded at the end of the season as Alan joined teammates Connolly, Loughlin and Nickle on the 1992 Australasian Tour.

Alan was again top of the charts in the 1992/3 season with 28 tries form 34 matches. He netted a hat trick against Barrow from the full back position after showing admirable defensive qualities in the whitewashing of Wigan in the Charity Shield competition at Gateshead. Alan also raced in for four tries as Saints demolished Leigh by 64 points to 9 in a home league match. `Huntey` played his part by scoring an impressive brace of tries when the 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, again Alan was on the mark against the old enemy. Finally, some consolation came however in the last match of the season as the Saints defeated Wigan by 10 points to 4 in the 1993 Premiership Final at Old Trafford. At Last Alan collected his first winner`s medal with the Saints.

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. Alan had a steady season as he played all over the park in a very much a stop- start affair as the team struggled to gain any consistency. The highlight of the 1993/4 campaign for Alan was the hat trick he scored at Featherstone Rovers. At the end of the 1993/4 season, the Saints were again disappointed to be staring at an empty trophy cabinet.

The 1994/5 season saw Alan at the top of his form and at the top of the club tryscoring charts with 29 tries from the same number of matches. This proved to be a career best total for Alan. He romped in for four tries against Castleford and hat tricks against Sheffield and Widnes. The truncated Centenary Season was a complete washout for Alan as he underwent surgery to prepare him and the club for the fully professional era of Super League.

Alan returned to the side for the semi-final of the Challenge Cup against Widnes in the 1996 campaign. He celebrated his return with a try. The never to be forgotten Challenge Cup Final against Bradford saw Alan on the bench as he collected a Challenge Cup winner`s medal as the Saints prevailed by 40 points to 32. Saints played some fabulous rugby as they at last had put together a squad that could reign supreme in the Super League era. Alan was on hand in the last league match of the season as Saints needed to beat Warrington to become the inaugural Champions. The Saints played Champagne football as the Wire were put to the sword to the tune of 66 points to 14. Alan completed a hat trick that day as the town was painted red and white. That summer was spent down under again as Alan joined another seven Saints players in a Test series against Australia.

Alan played the 1997 season exclusively in the centres and ended the season as joint top try scorer with 27 tries. His positional play and finishing were of the highest order in that campaign. Alan demonstrated his clinical finishing in the 1997 Challenge Cup semi-final against Salford. His hat trick featured high in the 50 points to 20 Saints` victory. However, Alan`s cruel fortune came to the fore again in the match a couple of weeks later against Warrington as Alan was injured in the 60 points to 16 pasting of Warrington. This robbed him of a Challenge Cup winner`s medal as Saints outclasses Bradford Bulls to lift the cup for the second year running. He scored another hat trick in that campaign against Sheffield Eagles. After a great start to the season the wheels came off the Saints challenge for Championship honours and the team were at the wrong end of some batterings against antipodean opposition. Throughout the campaign Alan was one of the most consistent players and he arguably had his best season in the centres. The shock at the end of the turmoil was the announcement that Saints had transferred Alan to Hull. This meant that Hunte would not be eligible for a testimonial.

Alan Hunte was as adaptable as he was classy. His 189 tries (7th on the all-time list) were scored from various back positions. `Huntey` had a great rapport with the spectators and was always an open and amiable fellow. He even scored in his last match against Brisbane as the Australians demonstrated the gap in class that existed between the two leagues. Without doubt he was one of our all time greats and was inducted into the Saints Players Association Hall of Fame during their Annual Luncheon in 2015.

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1988~89 4 0 0 8
1989~9021 0 0 35
1990~9126 0 0 32
1991~9224 0 0 30
1992~93 28 0 0 34
1993~9416 0 0 25
1994~95 29 0 0 29
199614 0 0 23
199727 0 0 28
TOTALS:189 0 0 244
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1989~903001
1991~921001
1992~933102
1993~943202
1994~951002
1995~960001
19961001
19973002
TOTALS:153012

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
1st Mar 1989 W 2 Oldham L 1988~89 H 58 12 2 V
19th Mar 1989 L 6 Featherstone Rovers L 1988~89 H 10 31 V
27th Mar 1989 L 1 Widnes L 1988~89 H 16 44 V
9th Apr 1989 W 2 Warrington L 1988~89 H 30 16 V
12th Apr 1989 L 2 Wigan L 1988~89 A 7 14 1 V
16th Apr 1989 L 2 Halifax L 1988~89 A 8 40 1 V
23rd Apr 1989 W 2 Wigan PT1 1988~89 A 4 2 V
7th May 1989 L 2 Widnes PTSF 1988~89 A 14 38 V
3rd Sep 1989 W 2 Sheffield Eagles L 1989~90 A 36 20 V
10th Sep 1989 L 2 Castleford L 1989~90 H 24 26 V
17th Sep 1989 W 2 Runcorn Highfield LC1 1989~90 H 78 10 3 V
24th Sep 1989 L 2 Bradford Northern L 1989~90 A 18 28 V
27th Sep 1989 L 4 Oldham LC2 1989~90 H 6 36 V
1st Oct 1989 W 4 New Zealand Tour 1989~90 H 27 26 1 V
8th Oct 1989 W 5 Wakefield Trinity L 1989~90 A 24 21 1 V
15th Oct 1989 W 5 Featherstone Rovers L 1989~90 H 50 11 1 V
29th Oct 1989 W 5 Warrington L 1989~90 A 15 3 V
4th Nov 1989 W 5 Salford L 1989~90 H 40 16 V
12th Nov 1989 W 5 Barrow L 1989~90 H 62 18 2 V
21st Nov 1989 W 5 Hull L 1989~90 A 34 24 V
26th Nov 1989 W 5 Featherstone Rovers L 1989~90 A 24 23 1 V
2nd Dec 1989 W 5 Hull K.R. RT1 1989~90 H 40 26 3 V
10th Dec 1989 D 5 Dewsbury RT2 1989~90 H 12 12 1 V
13th Dec 1989 W 5 Dewsbury RT2 (rep) 1989~90 A 14 0 V
17th Dec 1989 W 5 Oldham RT3 1989~90 H 32 18 2 V
23rd Dec 1989 L 5 Halifax RTSF 1989~90 N 9 10 V
26th Dec 1989 L 5 Wigan L 1989~90 A 6 38 V
1st Jan 1990 L 2 Widnes L 1989~90 H 8 18 V
7th Jan 1990 L 5 Leigh L 1989~90 A 18 30 V
14th Jan 1990 W 2 Castleford CCP 1989~90 H 39 12 V
28th Jan 1990 W 2 Bramley CC1 1989~90 A 22 14 V
31st Jan 1990 W 2 Bradford Northern L 1989~90 H 32 10 1 V
4th Feb 1990 W 2 Leeds L 1989~90 H 32 26 V
10th Feb 1990 W 2 Hull CC2 1989~90 A 24 12 V
18th Feb 1990 W 2 Barrow L 1989~90 A 46 6 1 V
25th Feb 1990 W 2 Whitehaven CC3 1989~90 H 44 10 2 V
4th Mar 1990 L 2 Castleford L 1989~90 A 24 34 V
10th Mar 1990 L 2 Wigan CCSF 1989~90 N 14 20 V
1st Apr 1990 L 3 Leeds L 1989~90 A 14 50 V
8th Apr 1990 W 3 Sheffield Eagles L 1989~90 H 42 26 1 V
13th Apr 1990 W 6 Wigan L 1989~90 H 35 10 1 V
16th Apr 1990 L 3 Widnes L 1989~90 A 16 34 V
22nd Apr 1990 L 3 Bradford Northern PT1 1989~90 A 8 25 V
2nd May 1990 W 3 Pilkington Recs/ Thatto Heath* Fr Benefit 1989~90 H 74 38 3 V
26th Aug 1990 W 2 Trafford Borough LC1 1990~91 H 56 24 V
9th Sep 1990 L 2 Hull L 1990~91 A 14 20 V
16th Sep 1990 W 2 Bradford Northern L 1990~91 H 24 20 2 V
23rd Sep 1990 W 2 Hull K.R. L 1990~91 H 42 10 2 V
30th Sep 1990 L 2 Leeds L 1990~91 A 4 23 V
7th Oct 1990 L 2 Australia Tour 1990~91 H 4 34 V
4th Nov 1990 W 2 Rochdale Hornets L 1990~91 A 30 18 V
25th Nov 1990 W 5 Rochdale Hornets L 1990~91 H 44 14 1 V
2nd Dec 1990 W 5 Swinton RT1 1990~91 A 31 7 1 V
11th Dec 1990 W 2 Featherstone Rovers RT2 1990~91 A 33 16 1 V
16th Dec 1990 L 2 Warrington RT3 1990~91 A 12 18 1 V
23rd Dec 1990 L 2 Sheffield Eagles L 1990~91 A 8 18 V
1st Jan 1991 L 2 Widnes L 1990~91 A 8 14 V
6th Jan 1991 W 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1990~91 H 36 14 V
13th Jan 1991 W 2 Featherstone Rovers L 1990~91 A 36 28 2 V
20th Jan 1991 W 2 Leeds L 1990~91 H 22 16 V
3rd Feb 1991 W 2 Oldham L 1990~91 A 20 16 2 V
10th Feb 1991 W 2 Swinton CC1 1990~91 A 18 8 V
18th Feb 1991 W 2 Hull L 1990~91 H 12 10 V
23rd Feb 1991 W 2 Wakefield Trinity CC2 1990~91 H 16 2 1 V
3rd Mar 1991 L 2 Warrington L 1990~91 A 20 34 1 V
10th Mar 1991 W 2 Halifax CC3 1990~91 A 24 16 2 V
13th Mar 1991 W 2 Oldham L 1990~91 H 33 22 V
17th Mar 1991 W 2 Featherstone Rovers L 1990~91 H 54 38 2 V
24th Mar 1991 L 2 Castleford L 1990~91 A 4 28 V
30th Mar 1991 W 2 Widnes CCSF 1990~91 N 19 2 1 V
1st Apr 1991 L 3 Widnes L 1990~91 H 12 20 V
4th Apr 1991 L 4 Wigan L 1990~91 A 14 28 V
7th Apr 1991 W 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1990~91 A 22 8 1 V
14th Apr 1991 W 2 Warrington L 1990~91 H 62 16 4 V
21st Apr 1991 L 2 Hull PT1 1990~91 A 12 28 1 V
27th Apr 1991 L 2 Wigan CCF 1990~91 N 8 13 1 V
18th Aug 1991 W 2 Widnes* Fr Charity 1991~92 A 30 26 1 V
1st Sep 1991 W 2 Hull L 1991~92 A 31 10 1 V
8th Sep 1991 W 2 Warrington L 1991~92 H 27 20 2 V
15th Sep 1991 W 2 Trafford Borough LC1 1991~92 H 104 12 3 V
27th Oct 1991 D 4 Leeds L 1991~92 A 8 8 1 V
3rd Nov 1991 L 4 Wakefield Trinity L 1991~92 A 12 20 V
10th Nov 1991 W 3 Hull K.R. L 1991~92 H 38 15 1 V
17th Nov 1991 W 3 Huddersfield RT1 1991~92 A 32 10 1 V
24th Nov 1991 W 3 Oldham RT2 1991~92 A 24 18 2 V
1st Dec 1991 W 4 Bradford Northern RT3 1991~92 H 30 12 3 V
4th Dec 1991 L 4 Featherstone Rovers L 1991~92 A 6 8 V
8th Dec 1991 W 2 Swinton L 1991~92 H 28 4 V
15th Dec 1991 L 2 Hull K.R. L 1991~92 A 14 24 V
21st Dec 1991 L 4 Widnes RTSF 1991~92 N 10 18 V
1st Jan 1992 W 5 Widnes L 1991~92 H 24 22 1 V
5th Jan 1992 W 5 Salford L 1991~92 A 15 6 1 V
12th Jan 1992 W 5 Featherstone Rovers L 1991~92 H 28 10 V
19th Jan 1992 W 5 Wakefield Trinity L 1991~92 H 40 12 1 V
2nd Feb 1992 W 5 Widnes CC1 1991~92 A 10 2 V
8th Feb 1992 W 2 Leeds CC2 1991~92 A 32 12 1 V
16th Feb 1992 W 4 Bradford Northern L 1991~92 A 20 8 V
22nd Feb 1992 L 2 Wigan CC3 1991~92 H 6 13 V
1st Mar 1992 W 2 Leeds L 1991~92 H 19 8 2 V
8th Mar 1992 D 2 Castleford L 1991~92 A 8 8 V
22nd Mar 1992 W 3 Halifax L 1991~92 H 30 28 1 V
4th Apr 1992 L 2 Warrington L 1991~92 A 18 30 V
17th Apr 1992 L 2 Wigan L 1991~92 H 6 16 V
20th Apr 1992 W 2 Widnes L 1991~92 A 28 23 V
26th Apr 1992 W 2 Halifax PT1 1991~92 H 52 6 3 V
10th May 1992 W 2 Castleford PTSF 1991~92 H 30 14 V
17th May 1992 L 2 Wigan PTF 1991~92 N 16 48 V
2nd Aug 1992 W 4 St. Helens Born XIII* Fr Testimonial 1992~93 H 72 46 3 1 V
16th Aug 1992 W 2 Widnes* Fr Charity 1992~93 H 22 12 V
23rd Aug 1992 W 1 Wigan CS 1992~93 N 17 0 V
30th Aug 1992 W 1 Leeds L 1992~93 A 27 14 1 V
6th Sep 1992 W 1 Wakefield Trinity L 1992~93 H 24 12 1 V
13th Sep 1992 W 1 Barrow LC1 1992~93 A 36 2 3 V
20th Sep 1992 W 1 Sheffield Eagles L 1992~93 A 18 10 1 V
27th Sep 1992 W 2 Salford L 1992~93 H 48 8 2 V
30th Sep 1992 W 2 Widnes LC2 1992~93 H 10 8 V
4th Oct 1992 W 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1992~93 A 18 5 1 V
7th Oct 1992 W 2 Salford LCSF 1992~93 H 18 5 2 V
11th Oct 1992 W 2 Hull L 1992~93 H 38 8 1 V
18th Oct 1992 L 2 Wigan LCF 1992~93 N 4 5 V
1st Nov 1992 L 1 Bradford Northern L 1992~93 H 18 35 1 V
8th Nov 1992 W 1 Leeds RT1 1992~93 H 15 14 2 V
11th Nov 1992 L 1 Leigh L 1992~93 A 6 11 V
15th Nov 1992 W 2 Salford L 1992~93 A 15 12 V
22nd Nov 1992 W 2 Bradford Northern L 1992~93 A 16 4 V
29th Nov 1992 W 2 Sheffield Eagles L 1992~93 H 30 20 V
27th Dec 1992 W 5 Wigan L 1992~93 H 41 6 2 V
6th Jan 1993 W 5 Leigh L 1992~93 H 64 9 4 V
17th Jan 1993 W 5 Hull K.R. L 1992~93 A 22 11 V
22nd Jan 1993 W 5 Halifax L 1992~93 H 18 16 V
31st Jan 1993 W 5 Featherstone Rovers CC1 1992~93 A 24 22 V
5th Feb 1993 W 2 Warrington L 1992~93 H 12 4 V
13th Feb 1993 L 2 Wigan CC2 1992~93 A 3 23 V
17th Feb 1993 L 2 Widnes L 1992~93 A 8 26 V
3rd Mar 1993 W 5 Castleford L 1992~93 H 24 20 V
12th Mar 1993 W 5 Hull K.R. L 1992~93 H 34 14 2 V
19th Mar 1993 W 5 Halifax L 1992~93 A 18 12 V
28th Mar 1993 W 5 Warrington L 1992~93 A 32 17 1 V
4th Apr 1993 W 2 Leeds L 1992~93 H 42 8 2 V
9th Apr 1993 D 2 Wigan L 1992~93 A 8 8 1 V
23rd Apr 1993 W 2 Halifax PT1 1992~93 H 34 25 V
9th May 1993 W 2 Leeds PTSF 1992~93 H 15 2 1 V
16th May 1993 W 5 Wigan PTF 1992~93 N 10 4 V
8th Aug 1993 L 1 International XIII* Fr Testimonial 1993~94 H 24 54 2 2 V
22nd Aug 1993 W 3 Widnes* Fr Charity 1993~94 A 30 14 1 V
29th Aug 1993 L 3 Hull K.R. L 1993~94 A 10 16 V
1st Oct 1993 W 5 Featherstone Rovers L 1993~94 A 37 16 3 V
10th Oct 1993 W 3 Wakefield Trinity L 1993~94 H 36 10 1 V
20th Oct 1993 L 5 New Zealand Tour 1993~94 H 8 14 1 V
24th Oct 1993 L 4 Sheffield Eagles L 1993~94 H 12 19 V
7th Nov 1993 W 3 Bradford Northern L 1993~94 H 54 3 1 V
17th Nov 1993 W 4 Leeds L 1993~94 A 21 18 V
21st Nov 1993 W 4 Oldham L 1993~94 A 12 2 V
23rd Jan 1994 L 15 Leigh L 1993~94 A 4 21 V
30th Jan 1994 W 3 Huddersfield CC4 1993~94 A 23 16 V
6th Feb 1994 W 3 Castleford L 1993~94 H 33 12 V
13th Feb 1994 W 1 Whitehaven CC5 1993~94 A 46 4 1 V
20th Feb 1994 W 1 Featherstone Rovers L 1993~94 H 27 18 V
27th Feb 1994 W 2 Doncaster CC6 1993~94 H 40 9 1 V
6th Mar 1994 W 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1993~94 A 35 22 2 V
11th Mar 1994 L 1 Sheffield Eagles L 1993~94 A 6 18 V
26th Mar 1994 L 2 Leeds CCSF 1993~94 N 8 20 V
1st Apr 1994 L 3 Wigan L 1993~94 H 9 15 V
4th Apr 1994 L 3 Widnes L 1993~94 A 17 20 V
10th Apr 1994 W 2 Hull L 1993~94 H 52 10 V
13th Apr 1994 W 2 Leeds L 1993~94 H 68 0 2 V
17th Apr 1994 L 1 Oldham L 1993~94 H 26 30 1 V
19th Apr 1994 L 1 Bradford Northern L 1993~94 A 16 18 V
24th Apr 1994 L 1 Halifax L 1993~94 A 30 37 2 V
8th May 1994 L 1 Wigan PT1 1993~94 A 16 34 1 V
14th Aug 1994 W 2 Widnes* Fr Charity 1994~95 H 48 4 1 V
21st Aug 1994 L 2 Doncaster L 1994~95 H 20 29 2 V
24th Aug 1994 L 2 Warrington L 1994~95 A 10 31 V
28th Aug 1994 W 2 Halifax L 1994~95 A 30 22 1 V
4th Sep 1994 W 2 Salford L 1994~95 H 34 28 2 V
11th Sep 1994 W 2 Workington Town L 1994~95 A 30 25 V
18th Sep 1994 W 2 Castleford L 1994~95 H 47 14 4 V
25th Sep 1994 W 2 Sheffield Eagles L 1994~95 H 26 10 3 V
2nd Oct 1994 D 2 Oldham L 1994~95 A 18 18 1 V
9th Oct 1994 W 2 Leeds L 1994~95 H 25 18 1 V
16th Oct 1994 W 2 Bradford Northern L 1994~95 A 51 12 1 V
8th Nov 1994 W 2 Doncaster L 1994~95 A 24 5 V
13th Nov 1994 W 2 Halifax L 1994~95 H 18 14 V
1st Jan 1995 W 2 Widnes L 1994~95 A 20 10 1 V
8th Jan 1995 L 2 Wigan RT4 1994~95 A 22 24 1 V
11th Jan 1995 L 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1994~95 A 0 15 V
22nd Jan 1995 W 2 Hull L 1994~95 H 54 18 V
11th Feb 1995 D 2 Wigan CC4 1994~95 A 16 16 1 V
15th Feb 1995 L 2 Wigan CC4rep 1994~95 H 24 40 V
19th Feb 1995 W 2 Oldham L 1994~95 H 32 22 1 V
12th Mar 1995 W 2 Hull L 1994~95 A 43 32 V
17th Mar 1995 W 2 Bradford Northern L 1994~95 H 36 27 1 V
22nd Mar 1995 W 2 Leeds L 1994~95 A 31 20 1 V
26th Mar 1995 L 2 Featherstone Rovers L 1994~95 A 27 34 V
2nd Apr 1995 W 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1994~95 H 56 14 2 V
14th Apr 1995 L 2 Wigan L 1994~95 A 18 34 V
17th Apr 1995 W 2 Widnes L 1994~95 H 54 22 3 V
21st Apr 1995 W 2 Warrington L 1994~95 H 31 12 1 V
7th May 1995 W 2 Halifax PT1 1994~95 H 32 16 1 V
14th May 1995 L 2 Leeds PTSF 1994~95 A 26 30 1 V
24th May 1995 W 2 Castleford* Fr Benefit 1994~95 H 40 28 V
6th Aug 1995 W 2 Hull* Fr Testimonial 1995~96 H 64 16 V
9th Mar 1996 W 2 Widnes SCCCSF 1996 N 24 14 1 V
8th Apr 1996 W 1 Leeds Rhinos SL 1996 A 46 24 1 V
14th Apr 1996 W 1 Bradford Bulls SL 1996 H 26 20 V
21st Apr 1996 W 5 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1996 A 30 28 V
27th Apr 1996 W 15 Bradford Bulls SCCCF 1996 W 40 32 V
5th May 1996 W 3 Oldham Bears SL 1996 H 66 18 1 V
12th May 1996 W 14 London Broncos SL 1996 H 24 22 V
17th May 1996 W 5 Warrington Wolves SL 1996 A 25 24 V
27th May 1996 W 3 Castleford Tigers SL 1996 H 62 24 V
2nd Jun 1996 W 3 Paris St.Germain SL 1996 H 52 10 V
8th Jun 1996 W 3 Sheffield Eagles SL 1996 A 43 32 2 V
16th Jun 1996 W 3 Workington Town SL 1996 H 60 16 1 V
21st Jun 1996 L 3 Wigan Warriors SL 1996 A 19 35 V
30th Jun 1996 W 2 Leeds Rhinos SL 1996 H 42 16 V
5th Jul 1996 L 2 Bradford Bulls SL 1996 A 22 50 V
14th Jul 1996 W 3 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1996 H 58 20 2 V
19th Jul 1996 W 3 Oldham Bears SL 1996 A 54 18 1 V
27th Jul 1996 W 14 London Broncos SL 1996 A 32 28 V
10th Aug 1996 W 4 Paris St.Germain SL 1996 A 32 12 1 V
18th Aug 1996 W 3 Sheffield Eagles SL 1996 H 68 2 1 V
26th Aug 1996 W 3 Warrington Wolves SL 1996 H 66 14 3 V
1st Sep 1996 W 3 London Broncos PTSF 1996 H 25 14 V
8th Sep 1996 L 3 Wigan Warriors PTF 1996 N 14 44 V
26th Dec 1996 L 6 Wigan* Fr Norweb Challenge 1996 A 22 32 1 V
12th Jan 1997 W 3 Wigan* Fr Norweb Challenge 1997 H 44 12 1 V
24th Jan 1997 L 3 Leeds Rhinos* Fr 1997 H 30 36 2 V
8th Feb 1997 W 3 Wigan Warriors SCCC4 1997 H 26 12 1 V
23rd Feb 1997 W 3 Hull SCCC5 1997 H 54 8 2 V
9th Mar 1997 W 3 Keighley Cougars SCCC6 1997 A 24 0 V
16th Mar 1997 W 3 London Broncos SL 1997 A 28 24 1 V
22nd Mar 1997 W 3 Salford Reds SCCCSF 1997 N 50 20 3 V
28th Mar 1997 W 3 Wigan Warriors SL 1997 A 22 10 1 V
31st Mar 1997 W 3 Sheffield Eagles SL 1997 H 32 12 3 V
5th Apr 1997 W 3 Paris St.Germain SL 1997 A 44 6 2 V
11th Apr 1997 L 4 Leeds Rhinos SL 1997 A 12 13 V
15th Apr 1997 W 3 Salford Reds SL 1997 H 19 12 1 V
20th Apr 1997 W 3 Warrington Wolves SL 1997 H 60 16 1 V
1st Jun 1997 W 3 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1997 A 26 18 1 V
6th Jun 1997 L 3 Auckland Warriors WCC 1997 H 14 42 1 V
16th Jun 1997 L 3 Cronulla Sharks WCC 1997 H 8 48 1 V
22nd Jun 1997 L 3 Penrith Panthers WCC 1997 H 30 50 V
29th Jun 1997 W 3 Oldham Bears SL 1997 A 34 30 V
2nd Jul 1997 L 3 Sheffield Eagles SL 1997 A 12 14 1 V
6th Jul 1997 L 3 Bradford Bulls SL 1997 H 20 38 V
13th Jul 1997 W 3 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1997 H 38 20 2 V
21st Jul 1997 L 3 Cronulla Sharks WCC 1997 A 12 28 V
25th Jul 1997 L 3 Auckland Warriors WCC 1997 A 6 70 1 V
4th Aug 1997 L 3 Penrith Panthers WCC 1997 A 26 32 V
10th Aug 1997 W 3 Oldham Bears SL 1997 H 36 26 2 V
13th Aug 1997 W 3 Paris St.Germain WCCPO 1997 H 42 4 1 V
12th Sep 1997 W 3 Salford Reds PT 1997 H 26 12 1 V
19th Sep 1997 W 3 Castleford Tigers PTSF 1997 H 32 18 V
28th Sep 1997 L 3 Wigan Warriors PTF 1997 N 20 33 V
4th Oct 1997 L 3 Brisbane Broncos WCCQF 1997 A 12 66 1 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 232 OTHER 12 = 244
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 4 Subs) = 244

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