1977–78 Rugby League Premiership

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1977–78 Premiership
StructureNational knockout championship
WinnersBradford Northern
Runners-upWidnes
Seasons

The 1977–78 Rugby League Premiership was the fourth end of season Rugby League Premiership competition.[1]

The winners were Bradford Northern.[2]

First Round[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
29 Apr Widnes Warrington 33-8
30 Apr Bradford Northern Leeds 18-10
30 Apr Hull Kingston Rovers Wigan 17-0
30 Apr St Helens Salford 29-11

Semi Finals[edit]

Date Team One Team Two Score
3 May Hull Kingston Rovers Widnes 12-22
3 May St Helens Bradford Northern 14-10
7 May Bradford Northern St Helens 19-12
7 May Widnes Hull Kingston Rovers 13-19

Final[edit]

20 May 1978
Bradford Northern 17-8 Widnes
G-Mumby (2); DG-Wolford
T-Barends, Roe, D Redfearn, Haigh
G-Woods
T-Aspey (2)
Station Road, Swinton
Attendance: 16,813
1 Keith Mumby
2 David Barends
3 Peter Roe
4 Jack Austin
5 David Redfearn
6 John "Johnny" Wolford
7 Alan Redfearn
8 Ian Van Bellen
9 Dean Raistrick
10 Jimmy Thompson
11 Graham Joyce
12 Dennis Trotter
13 Bob Haigh
Substitutions:
14 Neil Fox for Ian Van Bellen
15 Colin Forsyth for Graham Joyce
Coach:
1 David Eckersley
2 Stuart Wright
3 Eric Hughes
4 Mal Aspey
5 Paul Woods
6 Ken Gill
7 Reg Bowden
8 Jim Mills
9 Keith Elwell
10 Glyn Shaw
11 Mick Adams
12 David Hull
13 Doug Laughton
Substitutions:
14 Bill Ramsey for Glyn Shaw
15 Derek "Mick" George for Bill Ramsey
Coach:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Premiership title". Rugby League Project.
  2. ^ "Premiership title 1977-78". Rugby League Project.