Frank Barrow

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROM
11-01-1943
N/A
Date unknown.
St Helens C Team
DEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
07-01-1961 v Warrington
Batley
1972- Leigh
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)
1960-1971
244 (11)
TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
13
3
0
45

Biography of Frank Barrow



HERITAGE NO : 779
Frank Barrow by Dave Dooley: Frank Barrow was the rock solid last line of defence for the Saints in the 1960s. His tackling technique was exemplary. If the Saints defence was breached rather than wait for the player with the ball, Frank would race out to the ball carrier and down him with a trademark crunching, head-on tackle. With the ball in his hands charging towards the defence spectators would never witness Frankie slow down before impact. His urgency in taking the ball up would ensure that Saints made maximum yardage on their first play.

Frank made his debut for the Saints in the eight points to five away victory over Warrington on January 7th. 1961. He played a further seven matches in that famous Challenge Cup winning season but was on the sidelines as Saints beat Wigan in the 1961 Final. The following season witnessed the full back berth being shared amongst Frankie, the experienced Austin Rhodes and the ubiquitous Keith Northey. In the summer of 1962 Saints signed welsh RU international full back Kel Coslett which resulted in Frank Barrow spending most of the next two seasons playing in the `A` team. As Saints great mid sixties team was moulded Frankie fought his way back into contention for the 1964/65 season. Barrow played in 19 of the Saints first 21 matches that marked the start of that season. Remarkably, the team won all of these games as Frankie dominated a water-tight Saints` defence. His extended run in the team was facilitated by the passing over of the goal-kicking duties from Kel Coslett to the legendary Len Killeen. Saints won four trophies that season with Frank Barrow in the number one jersey for most of the campaign.

The `in and out` playing career of Frank Barrow meant that he missed out on winners` medals on several occasions. His haul however, comprising of two Lancashire Cup, two Championship Finals, one Challenge Cup, a couple of Lancashire League and league Leaders winning medals would be the envy of most professionals. Frank Barrow appeared on the team- sheet 244 times for Saints scoring 13 tries and kicking three goals. Frank played his last match for the Saints in the 14 points to 7 away victory over Batley in front of a pathetic crowd of 780 fans on April 16th. 1972. In his time at the Saints Frank won two Lancashire caps.

The history of the Saints is characterised by the rapid turn over of playing personnel. Only a few players have retained the number one jersey for any protracted period. The demands for full backs who are stronger in defence or in attack necessitate that such players are in and out of the team as coaches and selectors see fit. These trends tend to be exacerbated by bringing in full backs who can also kick goals. Frank Barrow was one of the few stalwarts who wore the Saints number one jersey on more than 200 occasions.

Almost 2 decades after Frank wore the St. Helens jersey for the last time, `Frankie` was to make a successful return to Knowsley Road in a coaching capacity. He became the Saints Assistant Coach, responsible for the A-Team. Never far from his side was his good friend and mentor Stan McCormick and he will be best remembered, during this era, as Mike McClennan`s No. 2.

Off the field Frank was always a lively, outgoing and amiable fellow. On the paddock he was always a firm favourite with Saints supporters.

Coaches who seem to speak in lazy cliches often use the phrase "100% committed", Frank Barrow is one of the few who have genuinely earned such a label!

Adrian Lawrenson writes a tribute to the one and only Frankie B

Just where do you start with a larger than life character who may not have been the greatest-ever player to wear a Saints’ jersey but I will wager was one of the most popular. There is a lovely Glaswegian word called ‘gallus’ which roughly translated means the guy who is ‘one of the lads’; the guy who takes on the bet to swim the Mersey. Frank to a tee!

He made his debut at Warrington in January 1961 and Frank also played in this writer’s first-ever game, at Liverpool City in March 1961. Those early team photographs show an angelic teenager with a Brylcream quiff and a ‘butter-wouldn’t-melt-in-the-mouth’ countenance.

Apparently, Mick Sullivan was an injury doubt for the 1961 Challenge Cup final and Frank was pencilled in to play wing to mark Boston. When still a reserve in 1964, he visited my father’s works at the NCB stable yard in Haydock. Frank had been cautioned by the referee in his previous match. My father playfully admonished him saying he was shocked to find Frank being found guilty of foul play. Frank replied the wasn’t the end of it, as he had hit the wrong man by mistake!

When Frank got into the First Team his brave, committed play made him adored by the male fans and his looks and demeanour fluttered all the female hearts too. Waiting for the coach to pick us up after the great Challenge Cup win at Wakefield in 1966, we were getting all the team’s autographs, when one lady, Mrs Houghton, asked Frank to sign her diary on her birthday, to which Frank replied: “I won’t, but I’ll sign it on my birthday instead!”

Two months previously, when the Whitehaven match had been abandoned an a very horrible afternoon, a freezing cold Mr Barrow was asked for his autograph. After appealing to the lad’s better nature and pointing out that he was covered in mud from head to foot and his fingers were dropping off, he duly signed!

Fast forward to 1969 against Castleford in a game which the writer missed through holiday commitments. One of the fearsome Castleford forwards hit Frank with an illegal tackle which resulted in him receiving a depressed cheekbone. I was told there was a memorable scene in the dressing room afterwards where Frank, depressed cheekbone and all, had to be physically restrained from going back on to the pitch to even up the score. Saints were not impressed by the tackle and publicly commented about same. Castleford’s response was that it was tantamount to a little boy crying to teacher. And yes indeed. There was a sequel to follow!

Together with my father and my mate Don, we turned up at Castleford a month later for the return fixture. Outside the ground, a Saints’ official approached us and asked my father, an obvious Saints’ fan, if he would care to accompany him in the Directors’ Box, an honour my father duly accepted. The Saints’ Directors, after their recent post-match statements, received the proverbial ‘dog’s abuse’ from the Cas fans. My father was like me – you call Saints’ fans without a response over our dead bodies and took the Castleford lads on. At half-time, dad was a cult figure with the Saints’ Directors, who explained that protocol had stopped them getting involved. But my father was doing a great job nonetheless!

Meanwhile, on the terraces, we were having a bit of fun too. “Don’t touch ‘em,” was the cy. “They’ll go running to the rugby league!” Anyhow, with about five minutes to play, Saints made a substitution and the Number 15 was limbering up along the touchline, shadow-boxing! “Is that his brother?” asked some of the Cas fans. Oh no, was our reply. It was the original specimen! True to form, Frank packed down. The crowd gave out a loud ‘oooohhhh’ and there was a Castleford forward spark out. Message: ‘don’t mess with our Frankie!’

He also showed his ‘scamp’ quality outside Whitehaven when signing another programme for the writer. Joe Coan, the Saints’ coach, passed us. Frank bellowed: “Hey Coan, if you want my autograph you had better get the cheque book out!” Sheer magic.

Of course, Frank’s contributions to the never-to-be forgotten 1966 ‘four cups’ campaign was immense. Firstly, when Minnie Cotton ran onto the field to attack Dewsbury forward Dick Lowe in a torrid semi-final at Swinton, it was Frank [who else?] who escorted her off the field with his arm round her, no doubt advising her not to waste a good umbrella unnecessarily [it wasn’t hers either!] as he had the situation in hand. However, when another stable character called Alex Murphy put up a towering ‘up and under’ against Hull KR in the Championship semi-final, all hell broke loose. After much ‘bad blood’ between the two teams following Rovers’ controversial Challenge Cup exit at Knowsley Road in April, Murph duly lit the blue touch paper, with the result that Frank ran fully 50 yards to send several Rovers’ players sprawling on the Knowsley Road turf. This was a mere dress rehearsal for the Championship final rumpus, when Minnie Cotton gave us a repeat performance, this time minus umbrella! This time, she was armed with her trusty handbag! Frank was duly engaged in poleaxing Barry Robinson, who by the time Minnie was being escorted off, was away with the fairies.

My final memory of our very own ‘Scamp’ consists of two naughty uppercuts near his own line in the Restaurant Corner at Knowsley Road, one against Castleford [who else!] and Wigan, both on the ref’s blindside. Both players were unfortunately stretchered off. Meanwhile, a seemingly innocent Frankie, looking like an out-of-work archangel, was whistling his favourite hymn!


SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1960~61 0 2 0 8
1961~621 1 0 12
1963~640 0 0 2
1964~65 1 0 0 35
1965~66 1 0 0 30
1966~67 4 0 0 43
1967~68 2 0 0 35
1968~69 0 0 0 4
1969~701 0 0 32
1970~71 3 0 0 34
1971~720 0 0 9
TOTALS:13 3 0 244
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1963~640101
1965~66 0001
1966~670001
1967~68 0001
1968~690001
1969~700001
1970~71 0001
1989~900001
TOTALS:0108

ALL MATCHES

DateMatchPosOpponentsCompVenueFTFTOTGDG
7th Jan 1961 1
W
1 Warrington L A 8 5 VIEW
4th Mar 1961 2
W
1 Liverpool City L A 52 2 VIEW
11th Mar 1961 3
W
1 Swinton CC3 H 17 9 VIEW
27th Mar 1961 4
L
1 Wakefield Trinity L A 2 4 VIEW
3rd Apr 1961 5
L
1 Swinton L H 3 10 VIEW
8th Apr 1961 6
W
1 Hull L A 9 4 VIEW
25th Apr 1961 7
W
1 Blackpool Borough L H 28 4 2 VIEW
29th Apr 1961 8
W
1 Featherstone Rovers L H 38 0 VIEW
12th Sep 1961 9
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L A 14 2 1 VIEW
16th Sep 1961 10
W
1 Whitehaven L H 44 0 1 VIEW
30th Sep 1961 11
L
1 Hull L H 22 25 VIEW
14th Oct 1961 12
W
1 New Zealand Tour H 25 10 VIEW
2nd Dec 1961 13
L
1 Hull Kingston Rovers L A 5 12 VIEW
9th Dec 1961 14
L
1 Wakefield Trinity L A 10 12 VIEW
16th Dec 1961 15
L
1 Oldham L H 8 9 VIEW
27th Jan 1962 16
L
1 Workington Town L A 7 23 VIEW
10th Mar 1962 17
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L H 16 5 VIEW
13th Mar 1962 18
W
1 Liverpool City L H 31 7 VIEW
21st Apr 1962 19
W
1 Liverpool City L A 14 2 VIEW
23rd Apr 1962 20
W
1 Blackpool Borough L H 37 5 VIEW
17th Aug 1963 --
W
1 Liverpool City* Fr Charity Cup H 34 8 1 VIEW
15th Feb 1964 21
W
1 Barrow WDC A 14 10 VIEW
22nd Feb 1964 22
L
1 Leeds L H 6 14 VIEW
29th Aug 1964 23
W
1 Widnes L H 29 6 VIEW
31st Aug 1964 24
W
1 Whitehaven L A 15 5 VIEW
5th Sep 1964 25
W
1 Liverpool City LC1 A 41 11 1 VIEW
12th Sep 1964 26
W
1 Blackpool Borough L H 37 5 VIEW
14th Sep 1964 27
W
1 Barrow LC2 A 22 11 VIEW
19th Sep 1964 28
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L A 17 6 VIEW
26th Sep 1964 29
W
1 Featherstone Rovers L A 30 15 VIEW
29th Sep 1964 30
W
1 Warrington LCSF A 10 8 VIEW
3rd Oct 1964 31
W
1 Workington Town L H 32 6 VIEW
10th Oct 1964 32
W
1 Blackpool Borough L A 31 9 VIEW
17th Oct 1964 33
W
1 Featherstone Rovers L H 25 12 VIEW
24th Oct 1964 34
W
1 Swinton LCF N 12 4 VIEW
31st Oct 1964 35
W
1 Oldham L H 22 6 VIEW
7th Nov 1964 36
W
1 Warrington L H 26 10 VIEW
14th Nov 1964 37
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers L A 25 12 VIEW
21st Nov 1964 38
W
1 Barrow L H 37 3 VIEW
19th Dec 1964 39
W
1 Leigh L H 10 7 VIEW
1st Jan 1965 40
W
1 Swinton L A 11 5 VIEW
9th Jan 1965 41
W
1 Liverpool City L H 23 3 VIEW
23rd Jan 1965 --NPS
W
14 Whitehaven L H 16 3 VIEW
13th Mar 1965 42
W
1 Oldham L A 15 9 VIEW
16th Mar 1965 43
L
1 Wakefield Trinity L H 2 9 VIEW
20th Mar 1965 44
L
1 Wakefield Trinity L A 4 5 VIEW
23rd Mar 1965 45
L
1 Wigan L H 6 10 VIEW
27th Mar 1965 46
L
1 Salford L A 8 11 VIEW
30th Mar 1965 47
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers L H 8 2 VIEW
5th Apr 1965 48
W
1 Barrow L A 21 14 VIEW
9th Apr 1965 49
W
1 Liverpool City L A 11 0 VIEW
16th Apr 1965 50
W
1 Wigan L A 16 8 VIEW
17th Apr 1965 51
W
1 Widnes L A 14 2 VIEW
19th Apr 1965 52
W
1 Swinton L H 16 5 VIEW
21st Apr 1965 53
W
1 Huddersfield L A 20 6 VIEW
24th Apr 1965 54
W
1 Barrow Ch1 H 23 7 VIEW
30th Apr 1965 55
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers Ch2 H 24 6 VIEW
15th May 1965 56
W
1 Wakefield Trinity ChSF H 10 5 VIEW
22nd May 1965 57
L
1 Halifax ChF N 7 15 VIEW
14th Aug 1965 --
L
14 Swinton * Fr Gallie Cup A 9 11 VIEW
5th Oct 1965 58
W
1 Leigh FT1 H 25 19 1 VIEW
4th Dec 1965 59
W
1 Whitehaven L A 4 2 VIEW
7th Dec 1965 60
W
1 Swinton FTSF H 9 5 VIEW
14th Dec 1965 61
L
1 Castleford FTF H 0 4 VIEW
17th Dec 1965 62
W
1 Blackpool Borough L H 21 9 VIEW
1st Jan 1966 63
W
1 Salford L H 16 3 VIEW
8th Jan 1966 64
L
1 Oldham L A 9 13 VIEW
29th Jan 1966 65
W
1 Halifax L A 5 2 VIEW
1st Feb 1966 66
W
1 Widnes L H 9 4 VIEW
5th Feb 1966 67
W
1 Blackpool Borough L A 25 11 VIEW
14th Feb 1966 68
W
13 Leigh L H 17 2 VIEW
19th Feb 1966 69
L
13 Wakefield Trinity L A 12 20 VIEW
26th Feb 1966 70
W
1 Wakefield Trinity CC1 A 10 0 VIEW
1st Mar 1966 71
W
1 Warrington L H 22 6 VIEW
8th Mar 1966 72
W
1 Liverpool City L H 16 2 VIEW
12th Mar 1966 73
W
1 Huddersfield L A 8 7 VIEW
19th Mar 1966 74
W
1 Swinton CC2 H 16 4 VIEW
23rd Mar 1966 75
W
1 Leigh L A 6 5 VIEW
26th Mar 1966 76
L
1 Wigan L A 8 17 VIEW
2nd Apr 1966 77
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers CC3 H 12 10 VIEW
8th Apr 1966 78
W
1 Wigan L H 17 10 VIEW
11th Apr 1966 79
L
1 Swinton L A 6 20 VIEW
16th Apr 1966 80
W
1 Dewsbury CCSF N 12 5 VIEW
22nd Apr 1966 81
L
1 Swinton L H 10 15 VIEW
25th Apr 1966 82
W
1 Liverpool City L A 28 3 VIEW
30th Apr 1966 83
W
1 Warrington Ch1 H 35 7 VIEW
7th May 1966 84
W
1 Oldham Ch2 H 15 10 VIEW
14th May 1966 85
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers ChSF H 14 6 VIEW
21st May 1966 86
W
1 Wigan CCF N 21 2 VIEW
28th May 1966 87
W
1 Halifax ChF N 35 12 VIEW
12th Aug 1966 --
L
1 Swinton* Fr Gallie Cup H 13 27 VIEW
19th Aug 1966 88
D
1 Widnes L A 10 10 VIEW
23rd Aug 1966 89
L
1 Warrington L H 6 10 VIEW
27th Aug 1966 90
W
1 Salford L H 42 7 VIEW
29th Aug 1966 91
L
1 Wakefield Trinity L A 15 28 VIEW
3rd Sep 1966 92
W
1 Rochdale Hornets LC1 A 18 16 VIEW
7th Sep 1966 93
W
1 Salford FTP(1) A 19 10 VIEW
10th Sep 1966 94
W
1 Liverpool City L A 35 12 VIEW
12th Sep 1966 95
W
1 Barrow L A 15 9 VIEW
14th Sep 1966 96
L
1 Wigan LC2 A 9 11 VIEW
17th Sep 1966 97
W
1 Blackpool Borough L A 23 14 VIEW
24th Sep 1966 98
D
1 Rochdale Hornets L A 17 17 VIEW
26th Sep 1966 99
W
1 Salford FTP(2) H 40 5 VIEW
30th Sep 1966 100
W
1 Whitehaven L H 35 12 VIEW
7th Oct 1966 101
W
1 Blackpool Borough L H 25 6 VIEW
18th Oct 1966 102
W
1 Swinton FT1 H 11 9 1 VIEW
22nd Oct 1966 103
W
1 Salford L A 30 3 VIEW
28th Oct 1966 104
W
1 Leeds L H 16 3 1 VIEW
1st Nov 1966 105
D
1 Barrow FT2 A 11 11 VIEW
26th Nov 1966 106
W
1 Huddersfield L A 15 10 VIEW
2nd Dec 1966 107
L
1 Castleford L A 7 25 VIEW
9th Dec 1966 108
W
1 Leigh L H 4 0 VIEW
17th Dec 1966 109
W
1 Workington Town L A 16 9 VIEW
26th Dec 1966 110
W
1 Wigan L H 8 3 1 VIEW
27th Dec 1966 111
W
1 Warrington L A 9 8 VIEW
2nd Jan 1967 112
D
1 Swinton L A 9 9 VIEW
21st Jan 1967 113
L
1 Workington Town L H 5 6 VIEW
27th Jan 1967 114
W
1 Oldham L H 25 7 VIEW
3rd Feb 1967 115
D
1 Salford CC1 A 5 5 VIEW
7th Feb 1967 116
L
1 Salford CC1(rep) H 3 8 VIEW
11th Feb 1967 117
W
1 Liverpool City L H 23 6 VIEW
17th Feb 1967 118
L
1 Oldham L A 7 8 VIEW
4th Mar 1967 119
L
1 Leeds L A 20 26 VIEW
10th Mar 1967 120
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L H 17 2 VIEW
18th Mar 1967 121
W
1 Huddersfield L H 11 4 VIEW
24th Mar 1967 122
W
1 Wigan L A 21 7 1 VIEW
25th Mar 1967 123
L
1 Whitehaven L A 3 4 VIEW
27th Mar 1967 124
L
1 Swinton L H 5 12 VIEW
7th Apr 1967 125
W
1 Widnes L H 25 10 VIEW
14th Apr 1967 126
W
1 Leigh Ch1 H 37 12 VIEW
22nd Apr 1967 127
W
1 Bradford Northern Ch2 H 15 8 VIEW
29th Apr 1967 128
W
1 Castleford ChSF H 14 3 VIEW
6th May 1967 129
D
1 Wakefield Trinity ChF N 7 7 VIEW
10th May 1967 130
L
1 Wakefield Trinity ChF(rep) N 9 21 VIEW
11th Aug 1967 --
W
1 Swinton * Fr Gallie Cup A 9 7 VIEW
18th Aug 1967 131
W
1 Rochdale Hornets LC1 H 7 4 VIEW
23rd Aug 1967 132
W
1 Leeds L A 13 12 VIEW
26th Aug 1967 133
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers L H 13 8 VIEW
28th Aug 1967 134
W
1 Wakefield Trinity L H 13 11 VIEW
1st Sep 1967 135
W
1 Salford L A 15 3 VIEW
9th Sep 1967 136
W
1 Liverpool City L A 32 5 VIEW
15th Sep 1967 137
W
1 Leigh L H 22 0 1 VIEW
19th Sep 1967 138
W
1 Swinton LCSF A 12 8 VIEW
23rd Sep 1967 139
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L A 8 2 VIEW
27th Sep 1967 140
W
1 Warrington L H 17 12 1 VIEW
7th Oct 1967 141
D
1 Warrington LCF N 2 2 VIEW
14th Oct 1967 142
W
1 Liverpool City L H 15 7 VIEW
21st Oct 1967 143
L
1 Whitehaven L A 6 11 VIEW
24th Oct 1967 144
W
1 Australia Tour H 8 4 VIEW
27th Oct 1967 145
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L H 14 7 VIEW
7th Nov 1967 146
W
1 Oldham FT1 H 14 0 VIEW
11th Nov 1967 147
W
1 Blackpool Borough L H 17 3 VIEW
18th Nov 1967 148
W
1 Leigh L A 7 4 VIEW
22nd Nov 1967 149
L
1 Wigan FT2 H 11 22 VIEW
2nd Dec 1967 150
W
1 Warrington LCF(rep) N 13 10 VIEW
16th Dec 1967 151
W
1 Oldham L H 10 2 VIEW
30th Dec 1967 152
D
1 Batley L H 9 9 VIEW
5th Jan 1968 153
L
1 Barrow L A 7 17 VIEW
15th Jan 1968 154
W
1 Barrow L H 6 2 VIEW
20th Jan 1968 155
W
1 Oldham L A 26 14 VIEW
22nd Jan 1968 156
L
1 Swinton L H 10 17 VIEW
27th Jan 1968 157
L
1 Workington Town L A 5 14 VIEW
3rd Feb 1968 158
L
1 Huddersfield CC1 H 0 5 VIEW
30th Mar 1968 159
W
1 Workington Town L H 18 11 VIEW
12th Apr 1968 160
W
1 Wigan L H 24 13 VIEW
13th Apr 1968 161
L
1 Widnes L A 7 24 VIEW
15th Apr 1968 162
W
1 Swinton L A 19 16 VIEW
19th Apr 1968 163
W
1 Halifax Ch1 H 31 2 VIEW
24th Apr 1968 164
W
1 Warrington Ch2 H 20 0 VIEW
27th Apr 1968 165
L
1 Hull Kingston Rovers ChSF A 10 23 VIEW
9th Aug 1968 --
W
1 Swinton* Fr Gallie Cup H 13 9 VIEW
14th Aug 1968 166
W
1 Wakefield Trinity L A 5 0 VIEW
20th Aug 1968 167
W
1 Whitehaven L H 28 9 VIEW
24th Aug 1968 168
L
1 Leeds L A 13 20 VIEW
28th Aug 1968 169
W
1 Wakefield Trinity L H 24 8 VIEW
9th Aug 1969 --
W
1 Swinton* Fr Gallie Cup A 32 4 VIEW
16th Aug 1969 170
W
1 Castleford L H 27 3 VIEW
29th Aug 1969 171
W
14 Warrington L A 14 7 VIEW
5th Sep 1969 172
W
1 Huyton L H 31 0 VIEW
10th Sep 1969 173
L
14 Castleford L A 3 9 VIEW
13th Sep 1969 174
W
1 Blackpool Borough L A 35 2 VIEW
20th Sep 1969 175
W
14 Rochdale Hornets L H 63 10 VIEW
27th Sep 1969 --NPS
W
15 Workington Town L A 17 5 VIEW
29th Sep 1969 --NPS
L
14 Widnes LC2 A 14 22 VIEW
4th Oct 1969 176
W
14 Warrington L H 11 7 VIEW
7th Oct 1969 177
L
1 Leeds L A 7 13 VIEW
11th Oct 1969 178
W
1 Huyton L A 28 5 1 VIEW
29th Oct 1969 179
L
1 Salford L A 12 16 VIEW
4th Nov 1969 180
W
1 Barrow FT2 A 11 6 VIEW
8th Nov 1969 181
L
1 Whitehaven L A 9 10 VIEW
10th Nov 1969 182
W
1 Leigh L H 16 10 VIEW
15th Nov 1969 183
L
1 Featherstone Rovers L A 6 13 VIEW
17th Nov 1969 184
W
1 Barrow L H 31 9 VIEW
22nd Nov 1969 185
W
1 Oldham L H 41 10 VIEW
9th Dec 1969 186
D
1 Wigan FTSF A 13 13 VIEW
11th Dec 1969 187
L
1 Wigan FTSF(rep) H 9 15 VIEW
10th Jan 1970 188
W
15 Batley L H 22 9 VIEW
14th Mar 1970 189
W
14 Featherstone Rovers L H 22 4 VIEW
21st Mar 1970 --NPS
W
14 Batley L A 8 7 VIEW
23rd Mar 1970 190
W
1 Rochdale Hornets L A 10 0 VIEW
27th Mar 1970 191
L
14 Wigan L H 16 23 VIEW
28th Mar 1970 192
W
1 Leeds L H 12 5 VIEW
30th Mar 1970 193
L
1 Swinton L A 9 10 VIEW
4th Apr 1970 194
L
1 Castleford CCSF N 3 6 VIEW
6th Apr 1970 195
W
1 Oldham L A 43 0 VIEW
10th Apr 1970 196
W
1 Widnes L H 15 12 VIEW
18th Apr 1970 197
W
1 Warrington Ch1 H 36 8 VIEW
25th Apr 1970 198
W
1 Leigh Ch2 H 16 5 VIEW
2nd May 1970 199
D
1 Castleford ChSF A 9 9 VIEW
4th May 1970 200
W
1 Castleford ChSF(rep) H 21 12 VIEW
16th May 1970 201
W
1 Leeds ChF N 24 12 VIEW
7th Aug 1970 --
W
1 Salford * Fr Gallie Cup H 29 12 VIEW
15th Aug 1970 202
D
1 Castleford CS A 19 19 VIEW
22nd Aug 1970 203
W
1 Bradford Northern L A 42 3 VIEW
25th Aug 1970 204
W
1 Batley L H 35 3 VIEW
29th Aug 1970 205
W
1 Huyton LC1 A 30 3 VIEW
31st Aug 1970 206
W
1 Leigh L H 26 7 VIEW
5th Sep 1970 207
W
1 Bramley L A 15 8 VIEW
10th Sep 1970 208
W
1 Halifax L A 27 4 VIEW
12th Sep 1970 209
W
1 Huddersfield L H 39 0 VIEW
15th Sep 1970 210
W
1 Halifax L H 22 7 VIEW
17th Sep 1970 211
W
1 Swinton LC2 H 20 7 VIEW
22nd Sep 1970 212
W
1 Hull L H 30 9 VIEW
26th Sep 1970 213
W
1 Hull Kingston Rovers L H 38 3 1 VIEW
29th Sep 1970 214
W
1 Castleford FT1 H 14 7 VIEW
3rd Oct 1970 215
W
1 Featherstone Rovers L A 27 18 VIEW
7th Oct 1970 216
W
1 Warrington L A 12 4 VIEW
10th Oct 1970 217
W
1 Wigan LCSF A 23 0 VIEW
13th Oct 1970 218
W
1 Warrington L H 37 6 VIEW
19th Oct 1970 219
W
1 Bradford Northern L H 42 0 VIEW
6th Nov 1970 220
W
1 Hull L A 16 2 VIEW
9th Nov 1970 221
W
1 Australia Tour H 37 10 VIEW
14th Nov 1970 222
L
1 Leigh L A 13 15 VIEW
20th Nov 1970 223
W
1 Salford L A 4 0 VIEW
28th Nov 1970 224
L
1 Leigh LCF N 4 7 VIEW
30th Nov 1970 225
W
1 Leigh FT2 A 10 4 VIEW
5th Dec 1970 226
W
1 St. Gaudens ECF(1) A 30 11 VIEW
8th Dec 1970 227
D
1 Wigan FTSF A 7 7 VIEW
13th Dec 1970 228
W
1 Wigan FTSF(rep) H 16 15 VIEW
15th Dec 1970 229
L
1 Leeds FTF A 5 9 VIEW
19th Dec 1970 230
W
1 Bramley L H 34 0 1 VIEW
26th Dec 1970 231
L
1 Wigan L H 5 12 VIEW
2nd Apr 1971 232
W
1 Widnes L A 8 5 1 VIEW
10th Apr 1971 233
W
1 Batley L A 27 4 VIEW
12th Apr 1971 234
W
1 Widnes L H 14 5 VIEW
17th Apr 1971 235
W
1 Huddersfield L A 11 8 VIEW
21st Aug 1971 236
W
1 Hull L H 30 14 VIEW
24th Aug 1971 237
L
1 Leeds L A 13 20 VIEW
21st Sep 1971 --NPS
W
15 Swinton FT1 A 14 9 VIEW
23rd Oct 1971 238
L
12 Huddersfield L A 15 17 VIEW
4th Dec 1971 239
W
15 Oldham L A 28 0 VIEW
8th Jan 1972 --NPS
W
15 Wakefield Trinity L H 18 12 VIEW
22nd Jan 1972 240
D
15 Leeds L H 15 15 VIEW
29th Jan 1972 --NPS
W
15 Oldham CC1 A 8 6 VIEW
12th Feb 1972 241
W
11 Leigh L H 20 7 VIEW
19th Feb 1972 --NPS
W
15 Huddersfield CC2 H 32 9 VIEW
26th Feb 1972 242
L
15 Hull Kingston Rovers L A 2 5 VIEW
11th Mar 1972 243
W
15 Huddersfield L H 27 0 VIEW
16th Apr 1972 244
W
12 Batley L A 14 7 VIEW
2nd May 1990 --
W
16 Pilkington Recs/ Thatto Heath* Fr Benefit H 74 38 VIEW
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
WINS : 189 | LOSSES : 58 | DRAWS : 13

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