John Mantle

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
13-03-1942
N/A
24-12-1964
Newport RUFC
23-01-1965 v Whitehaven
Salford
1976- Salford
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
1964-1975
435 (13)
69
2
0
211

BIOGRAPHY

Obituary by Alex Service He was one of Saints’ greatest-ever signings from the Welsh valleys, a superb forward, who married a local girl, Lorraine, in 1966, and remained a resident of the St. Helens area all his life, becoming a well-respected teacher and an ever-popular member of our community.

Born in Cardiff, South Wales, on March 13 1942, he was a real all-round sportsman in his youth. An Under 19s national triple jump champion, John played international soccer for Welsh Boys Clubs and was his school’s cricket captain before going to Loughborough College. He became shot-putt champion and captain of the rugby team, playing for British Universities, Leicester and Newport, where he was a team-mate of fly-half David Watkins and his future team-mate at Saints, scrum-half Bob Prosser.

Yet John was nearly lost to rugby altogether. As a centre half, he was a target for Wolverhampton Wanderers, who were still a powerful club in English football. “I played six trial games for them,” he recalled recently. “I then had a chat with the manager, Stan Cullis, who said he wanted to sign me but he told me that being a soccer player was a somewhat precarious occupation.

“I decided to go to college and get my teaching qualifications, although I could still have gone back to Wolves when I had finished at Loughborough, but it was not to be.”

Given his all-round athleticism, there is little doubt he would have been a success.

Essentially a number 8 forward in the 15-a-side code, he represented Wales on eight occasions, including the 1964 tour to South Africa. Despite losing to the Springboks 24-3 in Durban, John had been the most outstanding Welsh player. Rugby League clubs were taking note, with Saints showing particular interest.

“I can remember talking to one of the Directors at the time who wanted to know more about John Mantle and would he be good enough for St. Helens,” recalls Peter Harvey, who had himself recently signed from rugby union. “John and I had played in the Loughborough First XV, so I knew exactly what he was capable of. I told him that they would be signing one of the fastest forwards the club had ever seen!”

Yet John knew all about the town of St. Helens, as he explained in his testimonial brochure some years later: “In all honesty, the decision was made easy by the fact that I had spent some time in St. Helens during my college years – I had become friendly with a St. Helens lad [Roy Woods] whilst at college and we had talked a lot about the league game.”

At over six foot and fifteen stones, he was seen as the ideal replacement for the legendary running second-rower Dick Huddart, who had joined St. George in Sydney in 1964. Mantle signed for the Knowsley Road club on January 1 1965, making his debut three weeks later at home to Whitehaven in a 16-3 victory.

John made rapid progress, developing into one of the greatest all-round second row forwards in rugby league.

“Wales lost a great player when Mantle turned professional and League gained a gem of a forward,” wrote Robert Gate in his book Gone North. “Union forwards usually take a considerable time to adapt to League techniques and many simply do not make the grade despite impressive amateur pedigrees. John Mantle took to the game like a duck to water for unlike many Union packmen he was not a specialist.”

He was a big strong lad, with tremendous stamina, who could devastate defences with his powerful long-striding surges. “He didn’t need to be taught the art of tackling,” adds Robert Gate. “There are precious few places to hide in top class rugby league and John Mantle was always to be found out there in the open.”

John could look after himself – and his team-mates – when the going got tough, making him ideal for Test Match football – especially against the Australians, who were more than aware of his devastating potential with the ball.

He was an integral member of the Saints’ side that won four trophies – Lancashire League, League Leader’s Bowl, Challenge Cup and League Championship – in 1965-66, when he showed terrific stamina, playing in no less than 48 matches during the campaign, relishing the emphasis on fitness that Coach Joe Coan had brought to the club

. Playing at loose forward, John displayed his power by crashing over for Saints’ first try in the Challenge Cup Final at Wembley, against deadly rivals Wigan, the result of a clever switch move involving Peter Harvey and Tom Van Vollenhoven. “He had great lines of running – straight and into the gaps,” remembers Peter Harvey. “And that try was straight from the training ground.”

On January 16 1966, he made his Great Britain debut against France in Perpignan and at the end of the Four Cups campaign he was an automatic choice for the Australasian Tour, together with his team-mates Tommy Bishop and Cliff Watson.

John played his first Ashes Test at Sydney on June 25, when Great Britain pulled off a fine 17-13 victory, although they later lost the rubber in the Third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground by just five points. John had another crack at the Aussies during their 1967 tour, playing in the notorious 16-11 victory at Headingley and at the White City, where Australia set the platform for retaining the Ashes in a 17-11 success.

John decided not to go on the Lions’ tour in 1970, for personal reasons and made his thirteenth and final appearance for Great Britain at Headingley, in the Second Test against Australia on November 24 1973 when the Kangaroos won 14-6. It was a pity that the start of Mantle’s international career coincided with Britain’s decline as a major force, reflected in the dominance of the Australians – something that has continued to the present day!

John captained the re-formed Welsh team to victory against England at Salford in 1969, one of six St. Helens players, including Frank Wilson, Graham Rees, John Warlow, Kel Coslett and Bob Wanbon, in the side. John played 16 times for Wales overall during his rugby league career, captaining them on three occasions. He played his last game against England at Knowsley Road on May 28 1978, when the Welsh were heavily defeated to the tune of 13-60. The English full-back that day was his former Saints’ team-mate and another good friend, Geoff Pimblett.

By the early 1970s, John had won every honour in the game at club level. Despite showing the scars of battle, including the amputation of the middle finger from his left hand, he was still a major influence in the club’s Championship-winning sides of 1970 and 1971. Yet it was at Wembley in two Challenge Cup Finals that he is best remembered. John played in the 1972 Final against Leeds with twelve stitches in his head, as a result of a car crash, but it did not stop him playing a major role in the second row during the Saints’ 16-13 success. “I requested to the doctor not to put 13 in, for obvious reasons,” he recalled. “I decided to play wearing protective headgear. Fortunately, it was a gamble that paid off.”

By 1976, he had graduated to the front row in the famous ‘Dad’s Army’ team that defeated Widnes. His grin of self-satisfaction on the bench after being replaced in the final few minutes is one of the most enduring images in Saints’ history!

John, together fellow Welshman Kel Coslett, went on to play their last game for the club on British soil in the brilliant 15-2 Premiership Final victory against Salford – a fitting end to their careers at Knowsley Road. They then went on the club’s Australasian tour where they played against Eastern Suburbs in the first ‘World Club Challenge’ match.

Overall, John had appeared in an incredible 19 major finals, with Coslett just one behind! This included the club’s one-and-only First Division Championship [1974-75], three Championship final victories [1966, 1970 and 1971] and three Challenge Cup final successes [1966, 1972 and 1976]. He played 435 matches for the Saints, scoring 69 tries and also kicked two goals, for a total of 208 points – a proud record indeed.

John also enjoyed a successful Testimonial in the mid-1970s and was subsequently inducted into the St. Helens Player’s Association Hall of Fame. “John was a good friend of mine,” says fellow Welshman Kel Coslett. “He was a good fellow and a tremendous player with great ability. John would always listen to advice and was a good team man. Put it this way – he would always be in my team.” Enough said!

Always an extremely durable character, as we have seen, John went on to play more games than any other forward to come out of Wales. His last match was on March 31 1982, when he scored a try for Blackpool Borough against Bramley. His post-Saints career had also taken him to Salford, Leigh, Barrow, Keighley, Oldham and the Cardiff Blue Dragons, where he met up once again with David Watkins.

John first taught Physical Education at Grange Park School when he graduated from Loughborough and later enjoyed a similar role at Rivington Road, where the likes of future Saints’ great Neil Holding came under his tutelage. He also taught at Selwyn Jones high School and Briar’s Hey School in Rainhill. John also enjoyed pastoral roles as a mentor for youngsters and loved taking school teams for football, cricket and rugby.

Daughter Janine tells of her father’s caring and compassionate side, unlike his uncompromising demeanour on the rugby field. “He will always be our hero,” she adds. “He was such a big family man and above all, a real gentleman.” Amen to that.

Saints Chairman Eamonn McManus shared the grief of Saints fans far and wide, penning this tribute:

“It’s with great sadness that we hear of the passing of an all-time great Saint, John Mantle.

“He was from that era of magnificent players who moulded St Helens into the world famous rugby league club that it is today.

“He moved from Welsh rugby union, laid down his family roots in St Helens, and became a great player in one of our greatest ever sides.

“It’s an abiding boyhood memory of mine watching him perform with such distinction for St Helens and for Great Britain. It was an equal pleasure, in later years, to get to know the absolute gentleman that he was. He will be greatly missed, but also fondly remembered, by all.”

Everyone at the St Helens club sends their condolences to John’s wife, Lorraine, son Kelvin, daughter Janine and grandchildren Ryan and Rhys at this sad time.

John Mantle, Born March 13 1942 – Died November 18 2018.

John Mantle by Dave Dooley:

John Mantle was a multi-talented athlete and sportsman. He attended Bedwelty Grammar School where he became a Wales youth soccer international,[he played for Wales at U 19s level and was offered full professional terms by Wolves when they were top of the old First Division] Welsh and Monmouthshire triple jump champion and schools cricket captain. He was, of course, a rugby player to boot! John played for the Welsh Secondary Schools at Under 19s and senior level.John attended Loughborough College where he played Rugby Union for three years, captaining the College in his third year and won the Middlesex sevens. John also played county rugby for Leicestershire whilst at College. He continued his development as an all round athlete becoming the college shot putt champion.

He joined Newport Rugby Union Club, the `Black and Ambers`, after completing studies at Loughborough College. During his relatively short stay at this prestigious club John played 27 games from 1962/3 to 1964/5 scoring 8 tries mostly as a number eight.

Newport RU Record

1962/3 : 2 matches

1963/4 : 7 matches scoring one try

1964/5 : 18 matches scoring seven tries

Despite this brief club record John Mantle managed to win two Welsh caps in 1964 against England and South Africa. [he actually played on 8 occasions, but only two were considered full internationals]His final cap was on the tour to South Africa with Wales. Mantle was being groomed to be the cornerstone of the welsh pack when he was "lured to the North".

Mike Dams (The Sorcerer - Newport RU Historian) recalls:

I remember playing against John Mantle at schoolboy level. Although he made his name at Union as a back row forward he played that day at centre. He was big and the over-aged 19 yr old and scored at least one try against us! I tried to tackle him once and was brushed aside like a feather. St Helens`s gain - Newport and Wales` loss!!

John Mantle signed for the Saints on Christmas Eve 1964. He was drafted into Saints` greatest ever set of forwards that included John Tembey, John Warlow, Bob Dagnall, Cliff Watson, Ray French, Mervyn Hicks and Doug Laughton. This pack of aces was augmented by all-time great backs including Alex Murphy, Tom Van Vollenhoven, Len Killeen and Billy Benyon, with Frankie Barrow vying with Kel Coslett for the full back berth. Good quality players including Wiliams, Tony Barrow, Peter Harvey and Wilf Smith probably resulted in the highest quality playing squad ever assembled at Knowsley Road.

He joined a Saints team on the crest of a wave. The side had remained unbeaten going into the new year of 1965 having won 21 games on the bounce and carried off the Lancashire Cup in the process and attracting a huge home and away support. John made his debut for the Saints on January 23rd., 1965 against Whitehaven at home. It was a 16-3 victory.

My first encounter with John Mantle was as a fourth former at Grange Park Technical School when this strapping Welshman turned up to take over Steve Llewellyn`s PE timetable. It was quite daunting to have a current Saint as a teacher - what could you shout at Knowsley Road if he dropped the ball or missed an easy tackle? As a young rugby coach John actually introduced some team play and forward tactics into the school teams` play. This was quite a novelty as most Sintelliners were expected to know how to play rugby (any code) just by being born or bred in the town.

At school I have three abiding memories of `Mr. Mantle`. On one occasion he threw me into a lake whilst on walking holiday in the Langdale valley - just because I referred to him as `Lurch` (the Addams Family had just appeared on the box). Secondly, I caught him doing extra weight training prior to his RL international debut versus France in 1966 - I had never seen anyone do step ups on two benches with a rack of iron on their shoulders. Finally, I remember how saddened and moved he felt when the Aberfan disaster happened - he must have felt tremendously homesick at the time.

John`s career at the Saints was immensely successful. His finest match for me was on October 1st., 1965 against a very fine Oldham side. Towards the end of the match Saints were winning 18 to 17 and it was anybody`s game when Mantle received the ball in the left centre position 30 yards from the Oldham line. He drew the full back and sold a beautiful dummy to race behind the posts and seal a 23-17 victory. Following that match many pundits predicted a big future for John in the centres but thankfully Joe Coan retained him in that glorious Saints` pack. That season also saw John collect a set of four winners medals and claim a place on the 1966 Lions Tour to Australasia.

In all John Mantle played 435 matches for St Helens (7th on all time list), scoring 68 tries, and kicking 2 goals for a total of 208 points.

Following his departure from the Saints in 1976, John Mantle`s travels as a player and coach took him to Salford, Leigh, Barrow, Keighley, Oldham, Cardiff and Blackpool Borough. `Big John` turned out for more games than any other Welsh `Convert` and scored a try in his last competitive match for Blackpool Borough against Bramley on March 21st 1982 at the grand old age of forty.

John still lives in St Helens and has retired from teaching.

Representative

Great Britain 13 caps including the 1966 Australasian Tour

Wales 14 caps

Honours - Winners

RL Championship 1965-66, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1974-75

RL Challenge Cup 1966, 1972, 1976

RL Premiership 1976

Lancashire Cup 1967-68

Lancashire League 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1968-69

League Leaders 1964-65, 1965-66

Thanks to Mike Dams for his research on John`s RU career.

John died in November 2018, aged 76.

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1964~65 3 0 0 17
1965~66 7 0 0 48
1966~67 2 1 0 37
1967~68 4 1 0 25
1968~69 7 0 0 28
1969~70 7 0 0 45
1970~71 7 0 0 46
1971-72 0 0 0 1
1971~72 7 0 0 44
1972~73 3 0 0 27
1973~74 4 0 0 46
1974~75 9 0 0 35
1975~76 9 0 0 41
TOTALS:69 2 0 440
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1967~68 0001
1969~701001
1972~73 0001
1975~76 0003
TOTALS:1006

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
23rd Jan 1965 W 12 Whitehaven L 1964~65 H 16 3 V
13th Mar 1965 W 12 Oldham L 1964~65 A 15 9 1 V
16th Mar 1965 L 13 Wakefield Trinity L 1964~65 H 2 9 V
20th Mar 1965 L 13 Wakefield Trinity L 1964~65 A 4 5 V
23rd Mar 1965 L 12 Wigan L 1964~65 H 6 10 V
27th Mar 1965 L 12 Salford L 1964~65 A 8 11 V
30th Mar 1965 W 15 Hull K.R. L 1964~65 H 8 2 1 V
5th Apr 1965 W 13 Barrow L 1964~65 A 21 14 V
9th Apr 1965 W 15 Liverpool City L 1964~65 A 11 0 Y V
16th Apr 1965 W 15 Wigan L 1964~65 A 16 8 Y V
17th Apr 1965 W 12 Widnes L 1964~65 A 14 2 V
19th Apr 1965 W 14 Swinton L 1964~65 H 16 5 Y V
21st Apr 1965 W 11 Huddersfield L 1964~65 A 20 6 V
24th Apr 1965 W 12 Barrow Ch1 1964~65 H 23 7 V
30th Apr 1965 W 13 Hull K.R. Ch2 1964~65 H 24 6 1 V
15th May 1965 W 15 Wakefield Trinity ChSF 1964~65 H 10 5 Y V
22nd May 1965 L 12 Halifax ChF 1964~65 N 7 15 V
20th Aug 1965 W 12 Halifax L 1965~66 H 15 4 V
24th Aug 1965 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1965~66 A 17 9 V
28th Aug 1965 W 12 Castleford L 1965~66 A 19 15 V
30th Aug 1965 W 13 Whitehaven L 1965~66 H 30 5 1 V
4th Sep 1965 W 12 Warrington L 1965~66 A 11 2 V
10th Sep 1965 L 12 Swinton LC1 1965~66 H 7 8 V
15th Sep 1965 W 12 New Zealand Tour 1965~66 H 28 7 V
18th Sep 1965 W 12 Castleford L 1965~66 H 21 6 V
27th Sep 1965 W 12 Widnes L 1965~66 A 9 4 V
1st Oct 1965 W 13 Oldham L 1965~66 H 23 17 1 V
5th Oct 1965 W 12 Leigh FT1 1965~66 H 25 19 V
9th Oct 1965 W 12 Barrow L 1965~66 H 18 14 V
16th Oct 1965 W 11 Salford L 1965~66 A 15 11 1 V
23rd Oct 1965 W 12 Workington Town L 1965~66 H 43 4 V
30th Oct 1965 W 12 Barrow L 1965~66 A 15 10 V
9th Nov 1965 W 12 Huddersfield L 1965~66 H 11 4 V
13th Nov 1965 W 12 Workington Town L 1965~66 A 7 3 V
16th Nov 1965 W 12 Leeds FT2 1965~66 H 21 9 V
19th Nov 1965 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1965~66 H 19 7 V
27th Nov 1965 D 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1965~66 H 9 9 V
4th Dec 1965 W 12 Whitehaven L 1965~66 A 4 2 V
7th Dec 1965 W 12 Swinton FTSF 1965~66 H 9 5 V
14th Dec 1965 L 12 Castleford FTF 1965~66 H 0 4 V
17th Dec 1965 W 12 Blackpool Borough L 1965~66 H 21 9 V
1st Jan 1966 W 12 Salford L 1965~66 H 16 3 V
8th Jan 1966 L 12 Oldham L 1965~66 A 9 13 V
29th Jan 1966 W 12 Halifax L 1965~66 A 5 2 V
1st Feb 1966 W 12 Widnes L 1965~66 H 9 4 V
5th Feb 1966 W 11 Blackpool Borough L 1965~66 A 25 11 1 V
14th Feb 1966 W 12 Leigh L 1965~66 H 17 2 V
19th Feb 1966 L 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1965~66 A 12 20 V
26th Feb 1966 W 13 Wakefield Trinity CC1 1965~66 A 10 0 V
1st Mar 1966 W 13 Warrington L 1965~66 H 22 6 V
8th Mar 1966 W 13 Liverpool City L 1965~66 H 16 2 V
12th Mar 1966 W 13 Huddersfield L 1965~66 A 8 7 V
19th Mar 1966 W 13 Swinton CC2 1965~66 H 16 4 V
23rd Mar 1966 W 12 Leigh L 1965~66 A 6 5 V
26th Mar 1966 L 3 Wigan L 1965~66 A 8 17 1 V
2nd Apr 1966 W 13 Hull K.R. CC3 1965~66 H 12 10 V
8th Apr 1966 W 13 Wigan L 1965~66 H 17 10 V
11th Apr 1966 L 13 Swinton L 1965~66 A 6 20 V
16th Apr 1966 W 13 Dewsbury CCSF 1965~66 N 12 5 V
22nd Apr 1966 L 13 Swinton L 1965~66 H 10 15 V
25th Apr 1966 W 11 Liverpool City L 1965~66 A 28 3 1 V
30th Apr 1966 W 11 Warrington Ch1 1965~66 H 35 7 V
7th May 1966 W 11 Oldham Ch2 1965~66 H 15 10 V
21st May 1966 W 13 Wigan CCF 1965~66 N 21 2 1 V
28th May 1966 W 13 Halifax ChF 1965~66 N 35 12 V
7th Sep 1966 W 11 Salford FTP(1) 1966~67 A 19 10 V
10th Sep 1966 W 13 Liverpool City L 1966~67 A 35 12 V
12th Sep 1966 W 12 Barrow L 1966~67 A 15 9 1 V
14th Sep 1966 L 13 Wigan LC2 1966~67 A 9 11 V
17th Sep 1966 W 13 Blackpool Borough L 1966~67 A 23 14 V
24th Sep 1966 D 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1966~67 A 17 17 V
26th Sep 1966 W 12 Salford FTP(2) 1966~67 H 40 5 V
30th Sep 1966 W 12 Whitehaven L 1966~67 H 35 12 V
7th Oct 1966 W 12 Blackpool Borough L 1966~67 H 25 6 V
14th Oct 1966 W 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1966~67 H 18 15 V
18th Oct 1966 W 13 Swinton FT1 1966~67 H 11 9 V
22nd Oct 1966 W 13 Salford L 1966~67 A 30 3 V
28th Oct 1966 W 12 Leeds L 1966~67 H 16 3 V
11th Nov 1966 W 12 Castleford L 1966~67 H 13 2 V
18th Nov 1966 W 13 Barrow L 1966~67 H 16 11 V
26th Nov 1966 W 13 Huddersfield L 1966~67 A 15 10 V
2nd Dec 1966 L 12 Castleford L 1966~67 A 7 25 V
9th Dec 1966 W 12 Leigh L 1966~67 H 4 0 V
27th Dec 1966 W 11 Warrington L 1966~67 A 9 8 V
2nd Jan 1967 D 12 Swinton L 1966~67 A 9 9 V
27th Jan 1967 W 12 Oldham L 1966~67 H 25 7 1 V
3rd Feb 1967 D 12 Salford CC1 1966~67 A 5 5 V
7th Feb 1967 L 13 Salford CC1(rep) 1966~67 H 3 8 V
11th Feb 1967 W 13 Liverpool City L 1966~67 H 23 6 V
17th Feb 1967 L 12 Oldham L 1966~67 A 7 8 V
4th Mar 1967 L 12 Leeds L 1966~67 A 20 26 V
10th Mar 1967 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1966~67 H 17 2 V
18th Mar 1967 W 13 Huddersfield L 1966~67 H 11 4 V
24th Mar 1967 W 12 Wigan L 1966~67 A 21 7 V
25th Mar 1967 L 12 Whitehaven L 1966~67 A 3 4 V
27th Mar 1967 L 12 Swinton L 1966~67 H 5 12 V
7th Apr 1967 W 12 Widnes L 1966~67 H 25 10 V
14th Apr 1967 W 12 Leigh Ch1 1966~67 H 37 12 V
22nd Apr 1967 W 12 Bradford Northern Ch2 1966~67 H 15 8 1 V
29th Apr 1967 W 12 Castleford ChSF 1966~67 H 14 3 V
6th May 1967 D 13 Wakefield Trinity ChF 1966~67 N 7 7 V
10th May 1967 L 13 Wakefield Trinity ChF(rep) 1966~67 N 9 21 V
11th Aug 1967 W 12 Swinton * Fr Gallie Cup 1967~68 A 9 7 V
18th Aug 1967 W 12 Rochdale Hornets LC1 1967~68 H 7 4 V
23rd Aug 1967 W 12 Leeds L 1967~68 A 13 12 1 V
26th Aug 1967 W 12 Hull K.R. L 1967~68 H 13 8 V
28th Aug 1967 W 2 Wakefield Trinity L 1967~68 H 13 11 V
1st Sep 1967 W 12 Salford L 1967~68 A 15 3 V
9th Sep 1967 W 11 Liverpool City L 1967~68 A 32 5 V
15th Sep 1967 W 12 Leigh L 1967~68 H 22 0 V
19th Sep 1967 W 11 Swinton LCSF 1967~68 A 12 8 V
23rd Sep 1967 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1967~68 A 8 2 V
27th Sep 1967 W 12 Warrington L 1967~68 H 17 12 V
7th Oct 1967 D 12 Warrington LCF 1967~68 N 2 2 V
14th Oct 1967 W 12 Liverpool City L 1967~68 H 15 7 1 V
24th Oct 1967 W 12 Australia Tour 1967~68 H 8 4 V
27th Oct 1967 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1967~68 H 14 7 V
7th Nov 1967 W 12 Oldham FT1 1967~68 H 14 0 V
11th Nov 1967 W 12 Blackpool Borough L 1967~68 H 17 3 1 V
18th Nov 1967 W 12 Leigh L 1967~68 A 7 4 1 V
22nd Nov 1967 L 13 Wigan FT2 1967~68 H 11 22 1 V
2nd Dec 1967 W 12 Warrington LCF(rep) 1967~68 N 13 10 V
26th Dec 1967 W 13 Wigan L 1967~68 A 16 10 V
9th Mar 1968 W 12 Blackpool Borough L 1967~68 A 23 7 V
16th Mar 1968 W 11 Widnes L 1967~68 H 18 13 V
19th Mar 1968 L 11 Leeds L 1967~68 H 4 12 V
23rd Mar 1968 L 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1967~68 A 3 23 V
30th Mar 1968 W 11 Workington Town L 1967~68 H 18 11 V
9th Nov 1968 W 11 Doncaster L 1968~69 A 22 8 V
11th Nov 1968 W 15 Hull K.R. L 1968~69 H 21 5 V
4th Dec 1968 W 15 Blackpool Borough L 1968~69 H 13 10 V
10th Dec 1968 W 15 Warrington FTSF 1968~69 H 29 6 V
17th Dec 1968 L 11 Wigan FTF 1968~69 A 4 7 V
26th Dec 1968 W 12 Wigan L AB 1968~69 H 11 3 V
1st Jan 1969 W 12 Swinton L 1968~69 A 15 5 1 V
6th Jan 1969 W 12 Hull K.R. L 1968~69 A 16 5 V
11th Jan 1969 W 12 Whitehaven L 1968~69 A 9 7 V
14th Jan 1969 W 12 Wigan L 1968~69 H 13 3 1 V
18th Jan 1969 W 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1968~69 H 17 7 V
25th Jan 1969 W 11 Hull CC1 1968~69 A 13 3 V
25th Feb 1969 W 12 Oldham CC2 1968~69 A 15 6 1 V
1st Mar 1969 L 12 Warrington CC3 1968~69 A 2 4 V
6th Mar 1969 W 12 Huyton L 1968~69 H 37 6 1 V
11th Mar 1969 W 12 Barrow L 1968~69 H 32 7 1 V
15th Mar 1969 L 12 Leigh L 1968~69 A 10 12 V
21st Mar 1969 W 12 Widnes L 1968~69 A 18 4 V
24th Mar 1969 W 12 Blackpool Borough L 1968~69 H 43 12 1 V
28th Mar 1969 W 11 Oldham L 1968~69 H 19 4 V
4th Apr 1969 L 11 Wigan L 1968~69 A 10 34 V
7th Apr 1969 W 11 Swinton L 1968~69 H 40 5 V
12th Apr 1969 L 12 Workington Town L 1968~69 H 5 8 V
15th Apr 1969 W 11 Oldham L 1968~69 A 17 2 V
19th Apr 1969 W 13 Doncaster L 1968~69 H 57 5 1 V
26th Apr 1969 W 13 Keighley Ch1 1968~69 H 25 7 V
3rd May 1969 W 11 Featherstone Rovers Ch2 1968~69 H 47 4 V
10th May 1969 L 11 Castleford ChSF 1968~69 H 6 18 V
9th Aug 1969 W 11 Swinton* Fr Gallie Cup 1969~70 A 32 4 1 V
16th Aug 1969 W 11 Castleford L 1969~70 H 27 3 V
20th Aug 1969 L 11 Widnes L 1969~70 A 5 17 V
23rd Aug 1969 W 11 Workington Town L 1969~70 H 31 11 V
29th Aug 1969 W 12 Warrington L 1969~70 A 14 7 V
1st Sep 1969 W 11 Maryport LC1 1969~70 H 58 5 1 V
5th Sep 1969 W 11 Huyton L 1969~70 H 31 0 1 V
10th Sep 1969 L 11 Castleford L 1969~70 A 3 9 V
13th Sep 1969 W 11 Blackpool Borough L 1969~70 A 35 2 V
20th Sep 1969 W 11 Rochdale Hornets L 1969~70 H 63 10 V
27th Sep 1969 W 13 Workington Town L 1969~70 A 17 5 V
29th Sep 1969 L 12 Widnes LC2 1969~70 A 14 22 V
4th Oct 1969 W 11 Warrington L 1969~70 H 11 7 V
11th Oct 1969 W 11 Huyton L 1969~70 A 28 5 V
13th Oct 1969 W 13 Swinton FT1 1969~70 A 17 9 V
29th Oct 1969 L 13 Salford L 1969~70 A 12 16 V
8th Nov 1969 L 11 Whitehaven L 1969~70 A 9 10 V
10th Nov 1969 W 11 Leigh L 1969~70 H 16 10 V
15th Nov 1969 L 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1969~70 A 6 13 V
17th Nov 1969 W 11 Barrow L 1969~70 H 31 9 1 V
22nd Nov 1969 W 11 Oldham L 1969~70 H 41 10 V
9th Dec 1969 D 12 Wigan FTSF 1969~70 A 13 13 V
11th Dec 1969 L 11 Wigan FTSF(rep) 1969~70 H 9 15 V
13th Dec 1969 W 15 Blackpool Borough L 1969~70 H 26 9 V
26th Dec 1969 W 12 Wigan L 1969~70 A 53 11 V
1st Jan 1970 D 11 Swinton L 1969~70 H 18 18 V
10th Jan 1970 W 11 Batley L 1969~70 H 22 9 V
27th Jan 1970 L 13 Salford L 1969~70 H 15 16 V
31st Jan 1970 L 13 Leigh L 1969~70 A 3 6 V
7th Feb 1970 W 13 Bradford Northern CC1 1969~70 H 16 3 V
21st Feb 1970 W 11 Bramley CC2 1969~70 H 17 2 V
27th Feb 1970 W 11 Barrow L 1969~70 A 6 0 V
10th Mar 1970 D 11 Doncaster CC3 1969~70 A 4 4 V
14th Mar 1970 W 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1969~70 H 22 4 1 V
16th Mar 1970 W 11 Doncaster CC3(rep) 1969~70 H 36 0 V
21st Mar 1970 W 11 Batley L 1969~70 A 8 7 V
23rd Mar 1970 W 11 Rochdale Hornets L 1969~70 A 10 0 V
27th Mar 1970 L 11 Wigan L 1969~70 H 16 23 V
4th Apr 1970 L 12 Castleford CCSF 1969~70 N 3 6 V
6th Apr 1970 W 11 Oldham L 1969~70 A 43 0 2 V
10th Apr 1970 W 11 Widnes L 1969~70 H 15 12 V
18th Apr 1970 W 11 Warrington Ch1 1969~70 H 36 8 V
25th Apr 1970 W 11 Leigh Ch2 1969~70 H 16 5 1 V
2nd May 1970 D 11 Castleford ChSF 1969~70 A 9 9 V
4th May 1970 W 11 Castleford ChSF(rep) 1969~70 H 21 12 V
16th May 1970 W 11 Leeds ChF 1969~70 N 24 12 V
15th Aug 1970 D 11 Castleford CS 1970~71 A 19 19 V
22nd Aug 1970 W 11 Bradford Northern L 1970~71 A 42 3 1 V
25th Aug 1970 W 11 Batley L 1970~71 H 35 3 1 V
29th Aug 1970 W 11 Huyton LC1 1970~71 A 30 3 V
31st Aug 1970 W 11 Leigh L 1970~71 H 26 7 1 V
5th Sep 1970 W 15 Bramley L 1970~71 A 15 8 V
10th Sep 1970 W 13 Halifax L 1970~71 A 27 4 V
12th Sep 1970 W 11 Huddersfield L 1970~71 H 39 0 V
17th Sep 1970 W 11 Swinton LC2 1970~71 H 20 7 V
19th Sep 1970 L 11 Swinton L 1970~71 A 8 22 V
22nd Sep 1970 W 11 Hull L 1970~71 H 30 9 V
26th Sep 1970 W 11 Hull K.R. L 1970~71 H 38 3 V
29th Sep 1970 W 11 Castleford FT1 1970~71 H 14 7 V
3rd Oct 1970 W 12 Featherstone Rovers L 1970~71 A 27 18 V
7th Oct 1970 W 11 Warrington L 1970~71 A 12 4 V
10th Oct 1970 W 11 Wigan LCSF 1970~71 A 23 0 V
13th Oct 1970 W 15 Warrington L 1970~71 H 37 6 V
19th Oct 1970 W 8 Bradford Northern L 1970~71 H 42 0 V
14th Nov 1970 L 12 Leigh L 1970~71 A 13 15 V
20th Nov 1970 W 12 Salford L 1970~71 A 4 0 V
28th Nov 1970 L 11 Leigh LCF 1970~71 N 4 7 V
30th Nov 1970 W 11 Leigh FT2 1970~71 A 10 4 1 V
5th Dec 1970 W 11 St. Gaudens ECF(1) 1970~71 A 30 11 V
8th Dec 1970 D 11 Wigan FTSF 1970~71 A 7 7 V
13th Dec 1970 W 11 Wigan FTSF(rep) 1970~71 H 16 15 V
15th Dec 1970 L 11 Leeds FTF 1970~71 A 5 9 V
19th Dec 1970 W 11 Bramley L 1970~71 H 34 0 V
26th Dec 1970 L 11 Wigan L 1970~71 H 5 12 V
16th Jan 1971 L 11 Leeds L 1970~71 A 5 12 V
23rd Jan 1971 W 12 Workington Town CC1 1970~71 A 8 6 V
30th Jan 1971 W 11 Whitehaven L 1970~71 H 27 5 V
13th Feb 1971 L 12 Castleford L 1970~71 A 6 12 V
20th Feb 1971 L 11 Leeds CC2 1970~71 A 0 4 V
27th Feb 1971 W 11 Whitehaven L 1970~71 A 15 8 V
6th Mar 1971 W 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1970~71 H 23 16 V
13th Mar 1971 W 11 Hull K.R. L 1970~71 A 26 9 1 V
20th Mar 1971 W 11 Swinton L 1970~71 H 40 0 1 V
22nd Mar 1971 W 11 Leeds L 1970~71 H 30 9 V
2nd Apr 1971 W 11 Widnes L 1970~71 A 8 5 V
9th Apr 1971 W 11 Wigan L 1970~71 A 9 6 V
12th Apr 1971 W 11 Widnes L 1970~71 H 14 5 1 V
17th Apr 1971 W 11 Huddersfield L 1970~71 A 11 8 V
24th Apr 1971 W 11 Huddersfield Ch1 1970~71 H 28 5 V
7th May 1971 W 11 Leeds ChSF 1970~71 H 22 7 V
22nd May 1971 W 11 Wigan ChF 1970~71 N 16 12 V
5th Jun 1971 W 11 St. Gaudens ECF(2) 1970~71 H 62 0 V
21st Aug 1971 W 11 Hull L 1971~72 H 30 14 V
24th Aug 1971 L 11 Leeds L 1971~72 A 13 20 V
27th Aug 1971 W 11 Leigh L 1971~72 A 8 3 V
30th Aug 1971 W 11 Workington Town L 1971~72 H 21 14 V
4th Sep 1971 W 12 Keighley L 1971~72 H 30 19 V
6th Sep 1971 W 12 New Zealand Tour 1971~72 H 18 8 V
11th Sep 1971 W 11 Wakefield Trinity L 1971~72 A 23 12 V
18th Sep 1971 W 11 Halifax L 1971~72 H 14 10 V
21st Sep 1971 W 11 Swinton FT1 1971~72 A 14 9 V
2nd Oct 1971 W 11 Salford L 1971~72 H 23 12 V
9th Oct 1971 L 11 Bramley L 1971~72 A 10 15 1 V
30th Oct 1971 W 15 Bramley L 1971-72 H 37 4 V
6th Nov 1971 W 11 Dewsbury L 1971~72 A 4 2 V
9th Nov 1971 W 12 Leigh FT2 1971~72 A 13 4 V
13th Nov 1971 W 12 Featherstone Rovers JP1 1971~72 H 37 7 V
20th Nov 1971 W 12 Castleford L 1971~72 H 14 2 V
27th Nov 1971 W 11 Whitehaven JP2 1971~72 A 12 0 V
30th Nov 1971 W 11 Leeds FTSF 1971~72 A 17 0 V
4th Dec 1971 W 12 Oldham L 1971~72 A 28 0 V
11th Dec 1971 W 12 Hull JP3 1971~72 H 33 5 V
14th Dec 1971 W 12 Rochdale Hornets FTF 1971~72 H 8 2 V
18th Dec 1971 L 12 Wakefield Trinity JPSF 1971~72 A 9 14 V
27th Dec 1971 L 12 Wigan L 1971~72 A 3 8 V
1st Jan 1972 W 12 Widnes L 1971~72 H 33 5 V
8th Jan 1972 W 8 Wakefield Trinity L 1971~72 H 18 12 V
15th Jan 1972 W 12 Keighley L 1971~72 A 24 4 1 V
22nd Jan 1972 D 11 Leeds L 1971~72 H 15 15 V
29th Jan 1972 W 12 Oldham CC1 1971~72 A 8 6 V
12th Feb 1972 W 12 Leigh L 1971~72 H 20 7 V
19th Feb 1972 W 12 Huddersfield CC2 1971~72 H 32 9 V
26th Feb 1972 L 12 Hull K.R. L 1971~72 A 2 5 V
4th Mar 1972 W 12 York CC3 1971~72 A 32 5 2 V
11th Mar 1972 W 12 Huddersfield L 1971~72 H 27 0 2 V
14th Mar 1972 W 12 Hull K.R. L 1971~72 H 29 2 V
18th Mar 1972 W 12 Dewsbury L 1971~72 H 16 14 V
27th Mar 1972 W 11 Halifax L 1971~72 A 19 5 V
31st Mar 1972 W 12 Wigan L 1971~72 H 21 4 V
8th Apr 1972 W 13 Hull L 1971~72 A 17 7 V
15th Apr 1972 D 12 Warrington CCSF 1971~72 N 10 10 V
19th Apr 1972 W 11 Warrington CCSF(rep) 1971~72 N 10 6 V
22nd Apr 1972 W 11 Hull K.R. Ch1 1971~72 H 25 5 1 V
28th Apr 1972 W 11 Rochdale Hornets Ch2 1971~72 H 17 5 V
4th May 1972 W 11 Bradford Northern ChSF 1971~72 A 14 10 V
13th May 1972 W 11 Leeds CCF 1971~72 N 16 13 V
20th May 1972 L 11 Leeds ChF 1971~72 N 5 9 V
11th Aug 1972 D 11 Salford * Fr Gallie Cup 1972~73 A 12 12 V
20th Aug 1972 W 11 Rochdale Hornets L 1972~73 A 21 3 V
22nd Aug 1972 W 11 Warrington L 1972~73 H 15 11 V
25th Aug 1972 W 15 Huyton L 1972~73 H 41 2 V
28th Aug 1972 W 12 Huyton L 1972~73 A 47 6 1 V
3rd Sep 1972 W 11 Warrington LC1 1972~73 A 18 16 V
8th Sep 1972 W 8 Leigh L 1972~73 H 9 2 V
13th Sep 1972 L 12 Widnes LC2 1972~73 A 2 13 V
17th Sep 1972 L 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1972~73 A 14 19 V
23rd Sep 1972 W 12 Halifax JP1 1972~73 A 22 20 V
29th Sep 1972 W 11 Swinton L 1972~73 H 33 12 1 V
7th Oct 1972 D 11 Oldham L 1972~73 A 12 12 V
10th Oct 1972 L 11 Leeds FT1 1972~73 H 6 14 V
22nd Oct 1972 W 11 Dewsbury L 1972~73 A 17 12 1 V
27th Oct 1972 W 11 Featherstone Rovers L 1972~73 H 33 8 V
3rd Nov 1972 W 11 Dewsbury L 1972~73 H 12 7 V
15th Nov 1972 L 11 Australia Tour 1972~73 H 9 24 V
24th Nov 1972 W 11 Featherstone Rovers JP2 1972~73 H 24 8 V
1st Dec 1972 W 11 Oldham L 1972~73 H 24 10 V
24th Dec 1972 W 8 Blackpool Borough L 1972~73 A 33 14 V
1st Jan 1973 W 8 Widnes L 1972~73 A 22 10 V
13th Jan 1973 L 8 Leeds JPSF 1972~73 A 0 19 V
20th Jan 1973 W 8 Leeds L 1972~73 A 5 2 V
26th Jan 1973 W 8 Doncaster CC1 1972~73 H 41 0 V
30th Jan 1973 W 8 Rochdale Hornets L 1972~73 H 22 7 V
2nd Feb 1973 W 8 Barrow L 1972~73 H 33 2 V
11th Feb 1973 L 8 Warrington L 1972~73 A 11 13 V
18th Feb 1973 L 8 Wigan CC2 1972~73 A 2 15 V
17th Aug 1973 W 15 Whitehaven L 1973~74 H 26 19 V
20th Aug 1973 W 12 Barrow FTP(1) 1973~74 A 12 6 V
24th Aug 1973 W 11 Leigh L 1973~74 A 23 2 1 V
27th Aug 1973 W 12 Barrow FTP(2) 1973~74 H 20 8 V
2nd Sep 1973 L 10 Workington Town LC1 1973~74 A 5 11 V
7th Sep 1973 W 12 Wakefield Trinity L 1973~74 H 30 9 V
15th Sep 1973 W 12 Featherstone Rovers JP1 1973~74 H 34 16 1 V
21st Sep 1973 W 12 Whitehaven L 1973~74 A 26 7 V
30th Sep 1973 W 8 Dewsbury L 1973~74 A 21 8 V
5th Oct 1973 W 8 Hull K.R. L 1973~74 H 39 15 V
13th Oct 1973 L 11 Leeds L 1973~74 A 15 20 V
16th Oct 1973 W 11 Whitehaven FT1 1973~74 H 35 5 V
19th Oct 1973 W 11 Warrington L 1973~74 H 24 6 V
28th Oct 1973 W 11 Castleford L 1973~74 A 17 7 V
6th Nov 1973 W 11 Rochdale Hornets FT2 1973~74 H 15 7 V
13th Nov 1973 W 11 Australia Tour 1973~74 H 11 7 V
18th Nov 1973 W 12 Dewsbury L 1973~74 H 35 3 V
25th Nov 1973 W 11 Hull K.R. L 1973~74 A 14 9 V
4th Dec 1973 L 8 Bramley FTSF 1973~74 A 12 13 V
8th Dec 1973 L 11 Oldham L 1973~74 A 11 12 V
16th Dec 1973 W 8 Whitehaven JP2 1973~74 H 28 2 V
22nd Dec 1973 L 12 Featherstone Rovers L 1973~74 A 8 13 V
26th Dec 1973 W 11 Wigan L 1973~74 A 20 10 V
29th Dec 1973 D 11 Wakefield Trinity JP3 1973~74 A 18 18 V
6th Jan 1974 W 11 Wakefield Trinity JP3 (rep) 1973~74 H 16 10 V
12th Jan 1974 L 11 Warrington JPSF 1973~74 A 9 20 V
20th Jan 1974 L 12 Rochdale Hornets L 1973~74 A 7 11 V
27th Jan 1974 W 11 Salford L 1973~74 A 12 11 V
3rd Feb 1974 W 15 Keighley CC1 1973~74 H 27 5 Y V
10th Feb 1974 W 8 Featherstone Rovers L 1973~74 H 8 0 V
17th Feb 1974 W 11 Rochdale Hornets L 1973~74 H 38 5 V
24th Feb 1974 W 15 Bramley CC2 1973~74 H 10 5 V
3rd Mar 1974 W 8 Castleford L 1973~74 H 25 5 V
10th Mar 1974 L 11 Leigh CC3 1973~74 A 5 11 V
16th Mar 1974 W 8 Bramley L 1973~74 A 20 4 V
19th Mar 1974 D 8 Salford L 1973~74 H 19 19 V
24th Mar 1974 W 11 Leigh L 1973~74 H 44 5 1 V
26th Mar 1974 L 11 Widnes L 1973~74 H 0 5 V
31st Mar 1974 W 11 Oldham L 1973~74 H 33 12 V
5th Apr 1974 W 11 Leeds L 1973~74 H 17 5 V
10th Apr 1974 W 11 Wakefield Trinity L 1973~74 A 15 2 V
12th Apr 1974 D 15 Wigan L 1973~74 H 9 9 V
20th Apr 1974 W 11 Workington Town MCC1 1973~74 H 24 7 V
28th Apr 1974 W 11 Castleford MCC2 1973~74 H 25 9 1 V
3rd May 1974 W 11 Leeds MCCSF 1973~74 A 23 10 V
18th May 1974 L 8 Warrington MCCF 1973~74 N 12 13 V
23rd Aug 1974 W 11 Warrington L 1974~75 A 16 10 V
30th Aug 1974 L 11 Workington Town LC1 1974~75 H 11 13 1 V
6th Sep 1974 W 8 York L 1974~75 H 26 6 V
15th Sep 1974 W 11 Dewsbury L 1974~75 A 21 7 V
17th Sep 1974 W 8 Wakefield Trinity FTP(1) 1974~75 H 21 12 V
20th Sep 1974 W 10 Leeds L 1974~75 H 21 5 V
29th Sep 1974 L 11 Swinton JP1 1974~75 A 6 7 V
6th Oct 1974 W 8 Featherstone Rovers L 1974~75 A 22 8 V
11th Oct 1974 W 11 Keighley L 1974~75 H 33 7 1 V
20th Oct 1974 W 8 Halifax L 1974~75 A 47 15 2 V
25th Oct 1974 W 8 Rochdale Hornets L 1974~75 H 23 5 1 V
2nd Nov 1974 W 8 Bramley L 1974~75 A 17 9 V
12th Nov 1974 L 8 Salford FT2 1974~75 H 7 11 V
15th Nov 1974 W 11 Bramley L 1974~75 H 12 10 V
24th Nov 1974 L 8 Wakefield Trinity L 1974~75 A 5 13 V
29th Nov 1974 W 11 Castleford L 1974~75 H 17 5 V
15th Dec 1974 W 10 Warrington L 1974~75 H 20 2 V
26th Dec 1974 W 10 Wigan L 1974~75 H 20 7 V
29th Dec 1974 W 8 Salford L 1974~75 A 14 0 V
1st Jan 1975 W 10 Widnes L 1974~75 A 11 10 1 V
5th Jan 1975 W 12 Halifax L 1974~75 H 19 3 1 V
12th Jan 1975 W 10 Keighley L 1974~75 A 13 5 V
25th Jan 1975 L 8 Leeds L 1974~75 A 10 11 V
2nd Feb 1975 W 8 Salford L 1974~75 H 18 5 V
8th Feb 1975 W 10 Bramley CC1 1974~75 A 30 5 V
12th Feb 1975 W 10 Bradford Northern L 1974~75 H 20 11 V
22nd Feb 1975 L 10 Wakefield Trinity CC2 1974~75 A 9 13 V
7th Mar 1975 L 15 Featherstone Rovers L 1974~75 H 8 12 V
11th Mar 1975 W 8 Wakefield Trinity L 1974~75 H 16 6 1 V
14th Mar 1975 W 8 Rochdale Hornets L 1974~75 A 4 2 V
15th Apr 1975 W 8 Dewsbury L 1974~75 H 36 14 1 V
1st May 1975 D 10 Bradford Northern PT2 1974~75 A 5 5 V
2nd May 1975 W 8 Bradford Northern PT2 (rep) 1974~75 H 14 5 V
4th May 1975 W 10 Wigan PTSF 1974~75 A 22 16 V
17th May 1975 L 10 Leeds PTF 1974~75 N 11 26 V
31st Aug 1975 W 8 Oldham LC1 1975~76 A 19 17 V
6th Sep 1975 W 8 Huddersfield L 1975~76 A 22 21 V
14th Sep 1975 W 8 Swinton LC2 1975~76 A 17 2 1 V
16th Sep 1975 W 8 Leeds L 1975~76 H 24 2 V
23rd Sep 1975 L 8 Salford LCSF 1975~76 H 8 21 V
28th Sep 1975 W 8 Blackpool Borough JP1 1975~76 A 36 11 1 V
5th Oct 1975 L 8 Featherstone Rovers L 1975~76 A 15 29 1 V
8th Oct 1975 W 8 Rochdale Hornets FTP 1975~76 A 15 7 V
22nd Oct 1975 W 8 Whitehaven FT1 1975~76 H 38 10 2 V
9th Nov 1975 W 8 Batley JP2 1975~76 H 47 9 V
22nd Nov 1975 L 8 Hull JP3 1975~76 A 8 9 V
30th Nov 1975 W 8 Huddersfield L 1975~76 H 47 3 1 V
2nd Dec 1975 W 8 Barrow FTSF 1975~76 H 11 9 V
14th Dec 1975 W 8 Oldham L AB 1975~76 A 15 3 V
16th Dec 1975 W 8 Dewsbury FTF 1975~76 H 22 2 V
26th Dec 1975 D 8 Wigan L 1975~76 A 12 12 V
28th Dec 1975 W 8 Hull K.R. L 1975~76 A 18 4 V
1st Jan 1976 W 8 Widnes L 1975~76 H 12 4 V
11th Jan 1976 W 8 Bradford Northern L 1975~76 H 19 7 V
17th Jan 1976 W 8 Leeds L 1975~76 A 17 8 V
20th Jan 1976 W 8 Swinton L 1975~76 H 40 6 1 V
25th Jan 1976 L 8 Warrington L 1975~76 H 3 9 V
8th Feb 1976 L 8 Oldham L 1975~76 H 7 8 V
15th Feb 1976 W 8 Hull CC1 1975~76 A 5 3 V
20th Feb 1976 L 8 Castleford L 1975~76 A 10 26 V
29th Feb 1976 W 8 Salford CC2 1975~76 A 17 11 V
5th Mar 1976 L 8 Salford L 1975~76 A 9 10 V
14th Mar 1976 W 8 Oldham CC3 1975~76 H 17 9 V
17th Mar 1976 L 8 Wakefield Trinity L 1975~76 H 7 10 V
24th Mar 1976 W 8 Oldham L 1975~76 A 15 8 V
28th Mar 1976 W 8 Bradford Northern L 1975~76 A 21 9 V
3rd Apr 1976 W 8 Keighley CCSF 1975~76 N 5 4 V
9th Apr 1976 L 8 Dewsbury L 1975~76 H 7 9 V
13th Apr 1976 L 8 Keighley L 1975~76 A 12 14 V
16th Apr 1976 L 8 Wigan L 1975~76 H 11 28 V
25th Apr 1976 W 8 Hull K.R. L 1975~76 H 33 8 2 V
30th Apr 1976 W 8 Wigan PT1 1975~76 H 19 6 V
8th May 1976 W 8 Widnes CCF 1975~76 N 20 5 V
11th May 1976 W 8 Leeds PTSF(1) 1975~76 A 12 5 V
16th May 1976 W 8 Leeds PTSF(2) 1975~76 H 21 4 V
22nd May 1976 W 8 Salford PTF 1975~76 N 15 2 V
22nd Jun 1976 L 8 Queensland * Fr Tour 1975~76 A 15 21 V
29th Jun 1976 L 8 Eastern Suburbs* Fr Tour ( Unoffic. W 1975~76 A 2 25 V
4th Jul 1976 L 8 Auckland* Fr Tour 1975~76 A 13 20 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 429 OTHER 6 = 440
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 13 Subs) = 435

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