Barry Ledger

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROM
19-01-1962
N/A
12-02-1981
St. Helens Colts
DEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
03-03-1982 v Featherstone Rovers
Widnes
1988- Leigh
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)
1981-1987
214 (2)
TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
112
79
9
601

BIOGRAPHY

Barry Ledger by Dave Dooley:

The son of stalwart Eric Ledger, Barry gained a reputation as a clinical finisher. He possessed great evasive skills and genuine pace. Additionally, he had sound positional play and was a reliable goal-kicker to boot! Barry played for the St Helens Colts team in the 1980/81 season and graduated to sign professional forms. He made his first team debut on the 3rd of March 1982 in a home match which the Saints prevailed by 14 points to 4 over Featherstone Rovers. Barry scored his first points for the club when scoring a neat try in the 13 points to 10 defeat at Leeds on November 6th 1982.

When Barry joined the Saints were very much in a transitional period with a host of young junior talent and some experienced stalwarts in the twilight of their careers. In his first full season (1982/83) Barry crossed the line on 14 occasions and kicked 24 goals. This haul included a brace of touchdowns and two goals against Halifax and 8 goals in the defeat of Carlisle. His first hat-trick for the club came in the following season when a brilliant finishing performance against the `Wire` was augmented with 5 goals for a match total of 22 points out of a 37 points to 25 victory. Barry finished the season with a very creditable 17 tries and the supporters could see real improvements in the fortunes of the club on the playing field.

The signing of Mal Meninga and Phil Veivers sent a tsunami of optimism through the town and filled the team with confidence for the 1984/5 campaign. Under the astute direction of coach Billy Benyon, Barrie and the Saints mounted their assault on the game`s prizes. Meninga`s presence inspired great confidence in the team and Barry enjoyed his best ever season with the Saints. His first honour with the first team came in the momentous Lancashire Cup Final when a sparkling team performance defeated the old foe in their own backyard. In a season which saw Saints score 1267 points in all matches, Barry netted 30 tries with some sizzling finishes which included hat tricks against Keighley, Hunslet and Barrow. In the match against Workington Town Barrie kicked 9 goals to illustrate his all round talents. Indeed when Clive Griffiths had moved on in the previous campaign Barry must have relished the opportunity to demonstrate his goalkicking prowess on a more regular basis. Notwithstanding, the signing of Sean `dead-eyed Dick` Day restricted Barrie`s opportunities in this field. The final game of that famous campaign was the Premiership Final against Hull KR. In that particular game a sensational rampaging Meninga run was curtailed with a suicidal crash tackle by George Fairburn. From the resultant play-the-ball quick hands by Holding, Platt, Pinner and Peters created a perfect overlap for Ledger to round the Rovers` defence with consummate ease. That classic try typified Saints dazzling play in that era and became a flagship try for Barry himself. In the last minute of the match Barry made it a brace following a break by Neil Holding and a timely overhead pass from substitute Shaun Allen to storm in unopposed from thirty yards out. That final touchdown was Barry`s thirtieth of the season and confirmed his position at the top of the Saints tryscoring charts.

The following season was very much an "after the Lord Meninga`s Show" affair. Some inconsistent form eventually triggered the departure of the popular Billy Benyon as coach and heralded the arrival of Alex Murphy as the new coach. Matters did not improve greatly as Saints suffered a six match losing streak in the New Year of 1986 before finishing the campaign with 13 straight league victories. Barry`s return in this turbulent campaign was 17 tries with braces against Dewsbury, Hull KR, Featherstone Rovers and Oldham.

Barrie was a mature winger throughout the 1986/7 season and had developed one of the best body swerves in the game. In the most one-sided game ever to be seen at Knowsley Road Barry scored an absolute corker as he evaded three Carlisle tacklers and outpaced a few more for a scorching 70 yards try. He added another three tries as Saints prevailed by 112 points to nil in the Lancashire Cup tie. In that season Barry missed only one match and unsurprisingly finished top of the club`s appearances and tryscoring charts with 23 touchdowns from 44 outings. Although the club continued its winning streak in the league up to Boxing Day and played some lovely football the trophy cabinet remained empty as the old foe seemed to buy up every big name going and kick-start their dominance of the British game for the next decade. The agony of the 1987 Challenge Cup Final against Halifax was deeply felt as the chance of a Wembley success slipped away from the grasp of Barrie and the rest of his contemporaries.

The signing of Les Quirk and emergence of young speedsters in the shape of Kevin McCormack and David Large brought real competition for wingers` jerseys at Knowsley Road. By the end of the campaign though Barrie seemed to be hold of the number two slot having played 16 successive matches starting with a hat trick in the 64 points to 2 demolition of Hull and ending with three tries in four matches. However, the strategists at Knowsley Road had determined that the Premiership Final defeat against Widnes at Old Trafford was deemed to be Barrie`s final outing for the Saints and he was duly shipped to Leigh in the summer.

Barry Ledger, the finished article, was a genuine winger with all the attributes - pace, subtle evasion, positional play and clinical finishing. He played 214 matches for the Saints and his 112 tries indicates his value to the team at the time. In the 1985/6 season Barry was rewarded with two Great Britain caps. This is really a true indication of his stature in the game at the time.

Barrie Ledger by Alex Service

Signed from the St.Helens Colts team on 12 February 1981, Barry Ledger soon showed why he is rated as one of the best home-grown wingers ever to play for the club. A natural footballer, great pace was his main weapon, yet he could beat his opponent in a variety of ways, using swerve, sidestep and change of pace. He also had the ability to draw defenders to him and then kick in-field towards the posts, leaving the cover flat-footed, before picking up and scoring under the posts. Barry would also score some baffling tries when, seemingly surrounded by his opposing winger, centre and full-back in limited space, he would put the ball down without anyone laying a finger on him! He was also a very competent tackler and is remembered as the man who came from nowhere to down Leigh’s John Henderson when a try looked an absolute certainty, during the 1987 Challenge Cup Semi-Final at Central Park. If need be, he could kick goals too!
Barry inherited much of his ability from his father Eric, who also played on the wing for the Saints in the 1950s. Despite some exhilarating tries, the young Ledger had to endure some disappointments early on, such as the 16-0 defeat by Warrington in the 1982 Lancashire Cup Final at Central Park. Ledger scored a superb try at rain-soaked Knowsley Road against Wigan in the Third Round of the Challenge Cup, only for the Saints to lose 7-16 in front of a huge 20,007 crowd.
The 1984/85 season saw Ledger as one of the most dangerous wingers in the British game, as the Saints lifted the Lancashire Cup and Premiership Trophy, the latter in a classic contest at Elland Road, Leeds, where opponents Hull KR were blown away 36-16 by some brilliant attacking football. Barry scored two cracking tries – both show-casing his searing pace.
The attacking tradition was carried on under Coach Alex Murphy with the Saints scorching a trail to Wembley in 1987, with Ledger making 44 appearances during the campaign, scoring 23 tries. Yet luck deserted the Saints at Wembley against Halifax, when the side failed to produce the sparkling football of the previous rounds and were beaten by the more experienced side, with Ledger getting few chances to shine. He went on to score a try in the 1988 Premiership Final for St.Helens against a rampant Widnes side at Old Trafford, when an injury-hit Saints’ side were belted 38-14. It was to be his last for the club, before his transfer to Leigh in 1988/89. A Lancashire and Great Britain representative, with two Test Matches against Australia under his belt in 1986, he remains one of the most entertaining wingers ever to wear the red vee – simply unstoppable on his day!

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1981~82 0 0 0 6
1982~8314 24 0 33
1983~84 17 12 2 37
1984~85 30 16 4 38
1985~8617 9 0 37
1986~8723 18 3 44
1987~8811 0 0 23
TOTALS:112 79 9 218
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1981~821002
1982~833203
1983~842002
1984~85 3006
1985~86 0001
1986~871002
TOTALS:102016

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
9th Aug 1981
L
15 Oldham* Fr Ward Cup 1981~82 A 8 12 VIEW
7th Feb 1982
L
14 Leeds L 1981~82 H 6 15 Y VIEW
3rd Mar 1982
W
5 Featherstone Rovers L 1981~82 H 14 4 VIEW
14th Mar 1982
W
14 Warrington L 1981~82 H 18 10 VIEW
9th Apr 1982
W
14 Wigan L 1981~82 H 13 11 Y VIEW
25th Apr 1982
L
5 Wigan L 1981~82 A 5 23 VIEW
5th May 1982
L
2 Hull PT1 1981~82 A 8 23 VIEW
5th Jun 1982
D
6 Welsh XIII* Fr Testimonial 1981~82 L 18 18 1 VIEW
6th Aug 1982
W
2 Pilkington Recs* Fr Testimonial 1982~83 H 51 7 2 VIEW
15th Aug 1982
D
2 Oldham* Fr Ward Cup 1982~83 H 15 15 VIEW
29th Sep 1982
D
2 Carlisle LCSF 1982~83 H 7 7 VIEW
3rd Oct 1982
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1982~83 A 29 12 VIEW
6th Oct 1982
W
2 Carlisle LCSF (rep) 1982~83 A 9 5 VIEW
10th Oct 1982
L
2 Leigh L 1982~83 H 10 19 VIEW
17th Oct 1982
L
2 Australia Tour 1982~83 H 0 32 VIEW
23rd Oct 1982
L
2 Warrington LCF 1982~83 N 0 16 VIEW
31st Oct 1982
W
2 Warrington L 1982~83 H 16 11 VIEW
6th Nov 1982
L
2 Leeds L 1982~83 A 10 13 1 VIEW
14th Nov 1982
W
2 Workington Town L 1982~83 A 20 15 1 VIEW
21st Nov 1982
L
2 Castleford L 1982~83 H 23 24 1 VIEW
27th Nov 1982
W
2 Fulham JP1 1982~83 H 17 5 1 VIEW
12th Dec 1982
L
2 Wigan JP2 1982~83 A 5 9 1 VIEW
19th Dec 1982
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1982~83 H 13 10 VIEW
26th Dec 1982
W
2 Wigan L 1982~83 H 11 8 1 VIEW
2nd Jan 1983
W
2 Widnes L 1982~83 A 18 11 1 VIEW
9th Jan 1983
W
2 Hull L 1982~83 H 19 18 1 VIEW
16th Jan 1983
L
2 Castleford L 1982~83 A 10 31 VIEW
23rd Jan 1983
W
2 Barrow L 1982~83 H 20 5 VIEW
30th Jan 1983
W
2 Hull K.R. L 1982~83 H 13 7 VIEW
6th Feb 1983
W
2 Oldham L 1982~83 A 10 0 1 VIEW
15th Feb 1983
W
2 Carlisle CC1 1982~83 H 52 0 2 VIEW
27th Feb 1983
W
2 Leeds CC2 1982~83 A 23 13 VIEW
6th Mar 1983
W
2 Leeds L 1982~83 H 19 7 VIEW
12th Mar 1983
L
2 Featherstone Rovers CC3 1982~83 H 10 11 VIEW
16th Mar 1983
W
2 Warrington L 1982~83 A 17 13 VIEW
20th Mar 1983
L
2 Hull L 1982~83 A 13 24 2 VIEW
27th Mar 1983
W
2 Carlisle L 1982~83 A 40 16 8 VIEW
29th Mar 1983
W
2 Halifax L 1982~83 H 22 0 2 2 VIEW
1st Apr 1983
L
2 Wigan L 1982~83 A 6 13 VIEW
4th Apr 1983
L
2 Widnes L 1982~83 H 9 11 3 VIEW
12th Apr 1983
L
2 Bradford Northern L 1982~83 A 6 13 1 VIEW
17th Apr 1983
W
2 Carlisle L 1982~83 H 39 7 1 6 VIEW
24th Apr 1983
L
2 Widnes PT1 1982~83 H 7 11 2 VIEW
22nd May 1983
D
2 Warrington* Fr Testimonial 1982~83 A 16 16 1 2 VIEW
7th Aug 1983
W
2 Huyton* Fr Charity 1983~84 H 48 14 VIEW
14th Aug 1983
W
2 Oldham* Fr Ward Cup 1983~84 A 32 10 2 VIEW
21st Aug 1983
W
2 Hull K.R. L 1983~84 H 30 11 1 VIEW
28th Aug 1983
W
2 Warrington L 1983~84 A 12 8 VIEW
3rd Sep 1983
W
2 Rochdale Hornets LC1 1983~84 A 28 4 1 VIEW
11th Sep 1983
L
2 Castleford L 1983~84 H 10 22 VIEW
14th Sep 1983
L
2 Warrington LC2 1983~84 H 26 30 2 VIEW
18th Sep 1983
L
2 Bradford Northern L 1983~84 A 10 14 VIEW
25th Sep 1983
W
2 Wakefield Trinity L 1983~84 H 50 12 VIEW
2nd Oct 1983
L
2 Oldham L 1983~84 A 6 32 VIEW
9th Oct 1983
W
2 Fulham L 1983~84 H 18 14 VIEW
23rd Oct 1983
W
2 Bradford Northern L 1983~84 H 29 14 1 VIEW
30th Oct 1983
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1983~84 H 19 13 VIEW
6th Nov 1983
W
2 Kent Invicta JP1 1983~84 A 40 7 1 VIEW
13th Nov 1983
L
2 Leigh L 1983~84 A 12 20 1 VIEW
19th Nov 1983
W
2 Warrington JP2 1983~84 A 18 10 1 VIEW
27th Nov 1983
W
2 Featherstone Rovers JP3 1983~84 H 16 12 1 VIEW
17th Dec 1983
L
2 Widnes JPSF 1983~84 N 4 18 VIEW
20th Dec 1983
W
2 Salford L 1983~84 A 18 16 1 VIEW
26th Dec 1983
L
2 Wigan L 1983~84 A 8 12 VIEW
1st Jan 1984
L
2 Widnes L 1983~84 H 12 20 2 VIEW
8th Jan 1984
L
2 Wakefield Trinity L 1983~84 A 22 31 1 VIEW
5th Feb 1984
W
2 Salford L 1983~84 H 20 0 VIEW
12th Feb 1984
W
2 Leigh CC1 1983~84 H 16 10 VIEW
19th Feb 1984
L
2 Leeds L 1983~84 A 7 18 VIEW
25th Feb 1984
W
2 Hull CC2 1983~84 H 24 14 VIEW
4th Mar 1984
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1983~84 A 21 13 2 VIEW
11th Mar 1984
L
2 Wigan CC3 1983~84 H 7 16 1 VIEW
16th Mar 1984
W
2 Hull L 1983~84 H 22 10 VIEW
20th Mar 1984
W
2 Warrington L 1983~84 H 37 25 3 5 VIEW
25th Mar 1984
L
2 Castleford L 1983~84 A 22 26 VIEW
1st Apr 1984
W
2 Oldham L 1983~84 H 31 20 1 2 VIEW
6th Apr 1984
W
2 Leigh L 1983~84 H 37 12 VIEW
10th Apr 1984
W
2 Leeds L 1983~84 H 20 10 1 VIEW
15th Apr 1984
W
2 Whitehaven L 1983~84 A 27 21 VIEW
20th Apr 1984
W
2 Wigan L 1983~84 H 20 13 VIEW
23rd Apr 1984
D
2 Widnes L 1983~84 A 28 28 3 VIEW
29th Apr 1984
W
2 Warrington PT1 1983~84 A 19 13 VIEW
7th May 1984
L
2 Hull K.R. PTSF 1983~84 A 16 21 VIEW
19th Aug 1984
W
2 Mansfield Marksmen * Fr Testimonial 1984~85 H 84 12 VIEW
26th Aug 1984
W
2 Oldham* Fr Ward Cup 1984~85 H 38 4 3 VIEW
2nd Sep 1984
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1984~85 H 25 10 1 VIEW
9th Sep 1984
W
2 Leeds L 1984~85 A 21 2 1 1 VIEW
14th Sep 1984
W
2 Runcorn Highfield LC1 1984~85 H 58 14 1 VIEW
23rd Sep 1984
L
2 Hull K.R. L 1984~85 A 6 32 VIEW
26th Sep 1984
W
6 Barrow LC2 1984~85 A 26 10 2 VIEW
30th Sep 1984
L
6 Bradford Northern L 1984~85 A 10 30 VIEW
7th Oct 1984
W
2 Castleford L 1984~85 H 30 16 1 VIEW
10th Oct 1984
W
2 Leigh LCSF 1984~85 H 31 10 1 VIEW
17th Oct 1984
W
2 Halifax L 1984~85 H 42 14 VIEW
21st Oct 1984
W
2 Oldham L 1984~85 H 32 5 1 VIEW
28th Oct 1984
W
2 Wigan LCF 1984~85 A 26 18 VIEW
4th Nov 1984
W
2 Warrington L 1984~85 A 20 14 VIEW
11th Nov 1984
W
6 Barrow L 1984~85 H 59 2 3 VIEW
18th Nov 1984
W
2 Keighley JP1 1984~85 H 60 8 3 VIEW
25th Nov 1984
W
2 Bradford Northern L 1984~85 H 28 6 1 VIEW
2nd Dec 1984
D
2 Bradford Northern JP2 1984~85 A 12 12 1 VIEW
5th Dec 1984
W
2 Bradford Northern JP2 (rep) 1984~85 H 24 10 VIEW
9th Dec 1984
W
2 Leeds L 1984~85 H 48 16 1 VIEW
22nd Dec 1984
L
2 Halifax JP3 1984~85 H 8 14 VIEW
26th Dec 1984
L
2 Wigan L 1984~85 H 22 30 VIEW
1st Jan 1985
W
2 Widnes L 1984~85 A 8 6 1 VIEW
30th Jan 1985
L
2 Castleford L 1984~85 A 12 30 VIEW
3rd Feb 1985
W
2 Leigh L 1984~85 H 56 16 2 VIEW
21st Feb 1985
L
2 Hull K.R. CC1 1984~85 H 3 8 VIEW
24th Feb 1985
W
2 Barrow L 1984~85 A 31 16 1 VIEW
3rd Mar 1985
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1984~85 A 14 13 1 VIEW
8th Mar 1985
L
2 Oldham L 1984~85 A 18 20 1 2 VIEW
10th Mar 1985
W
2 Workington Town L 1984~85 H 62 0 1 9 VIEW
22nd Mar 1985
W
2 Hull L 1984~85 H 47 18 2 VIEW
31st Mar 1985
W
2 Warrington L 1984~85 H 30 28 VIEW
5th Apr 1985
W
2 Wigan L 1984~85 A 30 19 VIEW
8th Apr 1985
W
2 Widnes L 1984~85 H 28 22 VIEW
14th Apr 1985
W
2 Hull K.R. L 1984~85 H 30 14 1 VIEW
17th Apr 1985
W
2 Hunslet L 1984~85 H 68 7 3 VIEW
19th Apr 1985
W
2 Workington Town L 1984~85 A 42 13 VIEW
21st Apr 1985
L
2 Leigh L 1984~85 A 26 30 1 VIEW
7th May 1985
W
5 Wigan PTSF 1984~85 H 37 14 5 VIEW
11th May 1985
W
2 Hull K.R. PTF 1984~85 N 36 16 2 VIEW
26th May 1985
L
2 Canterbury* Fr Tour 1984~85 C 24 30 VIEW
29th May 1985
L
2 Waikato* Fr Tour 1984~85 H 24 34 VIEW
2nd Jun 1985
L
2 Manukau * Fr Tour 1984~85 A 10 26 VIEW
3rd Jun 1985
W
2 Northland * Fr Tour 1984~85 W 42 12 VIEW
25th Aug 1985
D
2 Oldham * Fr Ward Cup 1985~86 A 18 18 VIEW
30th Aug 1985
W
2 Swinton L 1985~86 A 32 14 VIEW
4th Sep 1985
W
2 Warrington L 1985~86 H 12 6 1 VIEW
8th Sep 1985
W
2 York L 1985~86 H 30 8 VIEW
15th Sep 1985
W
2 Carlisle LC1 1985~86 H 72 8 1 VIEW
22nd Sep 1985
L
2 Leeds L 1985~86 A 8 21 VIEW
25th Sep 1985
W
2 Whitehaven LC2 1985~86 H 26 8 VIEW
2nd Oct 1985
L
2 Wigan LCSF 1985~86 A 2 30 VIEW
13th Oct 1985
L
2 Castleford L 1985~86 A 18 32 VIEW
27th Oct 1985
L
2 New Zealand Tour 1985~86 H 8 46 VIEW
3rd Nov 1985
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1985~86 A 38 12 1 VIEW
10th Nov 1985
W
2 Dewsbury L 1985~86 H 24 6 1 VIEW
17th Nov 1985
W
2 Bradford Northern L 1985~86 A 18 9 VIEW
24th Nov 1985
W
2 Dewsbury JP1 1985~86 H 42 6 2 5 VIEW
1st Dec 1985
W
2 Doncaster JP2 1985~86 H 36 20 1 VIEW
8th Dec 1985
D
2 Leeds L 1985~86 H 12 12 VIEW
11th Dec 1985
W
2 Hull JP3 1985~86 H 57 14 2 VIEW
15th Dec 1985
D
2 Hull L 1985~86 A 20 20 VIEW
21st Dec 1985
L
2 Hull K.R. JPSF 1985~86 N 4 22 VIEW
26th Dec 1985
L
2 Wigan L 1985~86 A 14 38 VIEW
1st Jan 1986
L
2 Widnes L 1985~86 H 16 30 VIEW
5th Jan 1986
L
2 Halifax L 1985~86 A 18 27 VIEW
12th Jan 1986
L
2 Warrington L 1985~86 A 16 26 VIEW
19th Jan 1986
L
2 Bradford Northern L 1985~86 H 8 18 VIEW
2nd Feb 1986
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1985~86 H 44 14 2 VIEW
24th Feb 1986
W
2 Dewsbury CC1 1985~86 A 22 19 1 2 VIEW
2nd Mar 1986
W
2 Halifax L 1985~86 H 22 10 VIEW
8th Mar 1986
L
2 Wigan CC2 1985~86 A 14 24 VIEW
16th Mar 1986
W
2 York L 1985~86 A 18 11 1 VIEW
19th Mar 1986
W
2 Salford L 1985~86 H 28 10 2 VIEW
23rd Mar 1986
W
2 Dewsbury L 1985~86 A 18 12 VIEW
28th Mar 1986
W
2 Wigan L 1985~86 H 18 13 VIEW
31st Mar 1986
W
2 Widnes L 1985~86 A 16 6 VIEW
2nd Apr 1986
W
2 Oldham L 1985~86 A 38 12 2 VIEW
6th Apr 1986
W
2 Swinton L 1985~86 H 24 14 1 VIEW
9th Apr 1986
W
2 Hull K.R. L 1985~86 A 22 13 VIEW
20th Apr 1986
W
2 Oldham L 1985~86 H 44 12 1 VIEW
27th Apr 1986
L
2 Leeds PT1 1985~86 H 22 38 VIEW
20th Aug 1986
W
2 Sheffield Eagles* Fr 1986~87 A 26 25 VIEW
24th Aug 1986
W
2 Great Britain XIII* Fr Testimonial 1986~87 H 34 30 1 VIEW
31st Aug 1986
W
2 Leigh L 1986~87 H 50 18 1 VIEW
3rd Sep 1986
W
2 Salford L 1986~87 A 38 4 VIEW
7th Sep 1986
W
2 Leeds L 1986~87 A 40 20 1 VIEW
14th Sep 1986
W
2 Carlisle LC1 1986~87 H 112 0 4 VIEW
21st Sep 1986
W
2 Halifax L 1986~87 H 38 16 1 1 VIEW
24th Sep 1986
W
2 Warrington LC2 1986~87 H 19 15 1 1 VIEW
28th Sep 1986
W
2 Hull K.R. L 1986~87 A 36 4 VIEW
1st Oct 1986
L
2 Wigan LCSF 1986~87 A 16 22 VIEW
5th Oct 1986
W
2 Wakefield Trinity L 1986~87 H 32 11 VIEW
12th Oct 1986
W
2 Barrow L 1986~87 A 34 12 1 VIEW
17th Oct 1986
W
2 Salford L 1986~87 H 32 14 1 VIEW
2nd Nov 1986
L
2 Australia Tour 1986~87 H 8 32 VIEW
9th Nov 1986
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1986~87 A 44 8 1 VIEW
16th Nov 1986
W
2 Oldham L 1986~87 A 18 17 2 VIEW
23rd Nov 1986
W
2 Hull L 1986~87 H 50 10 1 7 VIEW
30th Nov 1986
W
2 Whitehaven JP1 1986~87 A 10 8 1 VIEW
6th Dec 1986
W
2 Castleford JP2 1986~87 A 26 22 3 VIEW
14th Dec 1986
L
2 Warrington JP3 1986~87 H 20 22 4 VIEW
21st Dec 1986
W
2 Oldham L 1986~87 H 28 6 VIEW
26th Dec 1986
L
2 Wigan L 1986~87 H 4 12 VIEW
1st Jan 1987
L
2 Widnes L 1986~87 A 10 16 VIEW
4th Jan 1987
L
2 Halifax L 1986~87 A 19 20 VIEW
21st Jan 1987
W
2 Swinton CCP 1986~87 H 18 16 VIEW
25th Jan 1987
W
2 Featherstone Rovers L 1986~87 H 43 14 VIEW
5th Feb 1987
W
2 Dewsbury CC1 1986~87 A 48 12 1 VIEW
8th Feb 1987
W
2 Wakefield Trinity L 1986~87 A 30 6 1 VIEW
14th Feb 1987
W
2 Oldham CC2 1986~87 A 24 14 VIEW
18th Feb 1987
W
2 Warrington L 1986~87 H 42 22 1 VIEW
22nd Feb 1987
W
2 Bradford Northern L 1986~87 H 40 14 1 VIEW
1st Mar 1987
W
2 Whitehaven CC3 1986~87 H 41 10 VIEW
4th Mar 1987
L
2 Castleford L 1986~87 A 10 12 VIEW
14th Mar 1987
W
2 Leigh CCSF 1986~87 N 14 8 VIEW
17th Mar 1987
L
2 Hull L 1986~87 A 22 36 VIEW
25th Mar 1987
W
2 Leigh L 1986~87 A 16 8 VIEW
29th Mar 1987
W
2 Hull K.R. L 1986~87 H 44 22 2 VIEW
1st Apr 1987
L
2 Castleford L 1986~87 H 8 10 1 1 VIEW
5th Apr 1987
W
2 Leeds L 1986~87 H 24 22 VIEW
8th Apr 1987
W
2 Barrow L 1986~87 H 26 4 1 VIEW
12th Apr 1987
L
2 Bradford Northern L 1986~87 A 4 18 1 VIEW
17th Apr 1987
L
5 Wigan L 1986~87 A 12 42 VIEW
20th Apr 1987
L
2 Widnes L 1986~87 H 24 30 1 VIEW
26th Apr 1987
W
2 Bradford Northern PT1 1986~87 H 46 14 VIEW
2nd May 1987
L
2 Halifax CCF 1986~87 N 18 19 VIEW
10th May 1987
L
2 Warrington PTSF 1986~87 H 8 18 1 1 VIEW
20th Sep 1987
L
5 Warrington L 1987~88 A 20 24 VIEW
1st Nov 1987
W
2 Auckland Tour 1987~88 H 52 26 1 VIEW
8th Nov 1987
L
2 Leeds L 1987~88 A 21 24 VIEW
22nd Nov 1987
W
14 Mansfield Marksmen JP2 1987~88 H 40 0 VIEW
29th Nov 1987
W
14 Hull JP3 1987~88 H 20 16 Y VIEW
3rd Jan 1988
W
14 Widnes L 1987~88 H 25 0 Y VIEW
17th Jan 1988
W
2 Bradford Northern L 1987~88 A 13 12 VIEW
17th Feb 1988
W
2 Hull L 1987~88 H 64 2 3 VIEW
21st Feb 1988
W
2 Leigh L 1987~88 A 50 12 1 VIEW
28th Feb 1988
L
2 Salford CC3 1987~88 A 18 22 VIEW
1st Mar 1988
W
2 Hunslet L 1987~88 H 70 6 2 VIEW
6th Mar 1988
W
2 Hunslet L 1987~88 A 14 10 VIEW
13th Mar 1988
W
2 Castleford L 1987~88 H 14 6 VIEW
16th Mar 1988
W
2 Salford L 1987~88 H 24 10 1 VIEW
20th Mar 1988
W
2 Swinton L 1987~88 A 34 18 VIEW
1st Apr 1988
L
2 Wigan L 1987~88 H 9 10 VIEW
4th Apr 1988
L
2 Widnes L 1987~88 A 6 16 VIEW
10th Apr 1988
L
2 Leeds L 1987~88 H 23 28 VIEW
13th Apr 1988
W
2 Hull L 1987~88 A 20 8 VIEW
17th Apr 1988
W
2 Swinton L 1987~88 H 52 4 1 VIEW
24th Apr 1988
W
2 Castleford PT1 1987~88 H 40 8 1 VIEW
8th May 1988
W
2 Bradford Northern PTSF 1987~88 H 24 10 VIEW
15th May 1988
L
2 Widnes PTF 1987~88 N 14 38 1 VIEW
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
WINS : 151 | LOSSES : 74 | DRAWS : 9

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