1950–51 was the fifty-sixth season of Rugby Football League season rugby league football.
Season summary [ edit ]
Workington Town won their first, and to date, only Championship when they beat Warrington 26-11 in the play-off final. Warrington had finished the regular season as the league leaders.
The Challenge Cup Winners were
Wigan who beat Barrow 10-0 in the final. [1 ]
Warrington won the Lancashire League, and Leeds won the Yorkshire League. Wigan beat Warrington 28–5 to win the Lancashire Cup, and Huddersfield beat Castleford 16–3 to win the Yorkshire Cup.
Championship [ edit ]
Play-offs [ edit ]
Challenge Cup [ edit ]
Wigan beat Barrow 10–0 in the final played at Wembley in front of a crowd of 94,262. This was Wigan's fourth Cup Final win in nine Final appearances. It was also the third successive final that the losing team had failed to score. [2 ] Cec Mountford, Wigan's stand-off half back was awarded the Lance Todd Trophy for man-of-the-match.
Harry Stretch, Jimmy Lewthwaite, Phil Jackson, Dennis Goodwin, Frank Castle, Willie Horne, Edward Toohey, Frank Longman, Jack McKinnell, Ralph Hartley, Jack Grundy, Harry Atkinson, and Hughie McGregor.
European Championship [ edit ]
This was the eleventh
European Championships and was won for the third time by France on points difference.. [3 ]
Results [ edit ]
Final standings [ edit ]
Sources [ edit ]
References [ edit ]