BARLA National Cup

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The BARLA National Cup is a knock-out competition for amateur rugby league clubs in Great Britain. It is administered by the British Amateur Rugby League Association (BARLA).

The winners of the most recent staging of the competition in 2016 are Thornhill Trojans.[1]

Past winners[edit]

Final Winner Score Runners-up
1973–74 Leigh MW 12–7 Latchford Albion
1974–75 Pilkington Recs 22–4 Mayfield
1975–76 Ace Amateurs 20–12 Ovenden
1976–77 West Hull 10–3 NDLB
1977–78 Milford 22–13 Leigh MW
1978–79 Pilkington Recs 9–3 West Hull
1979–80 Pilkington Recs 16–5 Dewsbury Celtic
1980–81 Beecroft & Wightman 11–2 Lock Lane
1981–82 Pilkington Recs 19–2 Milford
1982–83 Leigh MW 12–8 Lock Lane
1983–84 Dudley Hill 24–16 Mysons
1984–85 Jubilee 26–10 West Hull
1985–86 Mysons 17–8 Millom
1986–87 Thatto Heath 15–8 Heworth
1987–88 St Patricks 28–8 Elland
1988–89 Crosfields 25–11 Kells
1989–90 Egremont 11–4 Saddleworth
1990–91 Saddleworth 27–14 Hull Dockers
1991–92 Hull Dockers 27–8 Skirlaugh
1992–93 Saddleworth 23–16 Hensingham
1993–94 Saddleworth 33–8 Thatto Heath
1994–95 West Hull 7–6 Woolston
1995–96 Skirlaugh 21–16 Ellenborough Rangers
1996–97 Ellenborough Rangers 28–24 Dudley Hill
1997–98 Redhill 40–12 Ideal ABI
1998–99 Skirlaugh 32–2 Wath Brow Hornets
1999–00 Skirlaugh 36–30 Ideal Isberg
2000–01 Thatto Heath 20–12 Featherstone Lions
2001–02 West Hull 36–10 Ince Rose Bridge
2002–03 Oldham St Annes 15–14 West Hull
2003–04 Wath Brow Hornets 25–19 Oldham St Annes
2004–05 Wath Brow Hornets 16–6 Skirlaugh
2005–06 Skirlaugh 26–13 Leigh Miners Rangers
2006–07 Halton Simms Cross 23–8 Ince Rose Bridge
2007–08 East Hull 32–10 Wath Brow Hornets
2008–09 Siddal 38–14 Wigan St Cuthberts
2009–10 Queens 17–7 Leigh East
2010–11 Sharlston Rovers 20–18 Fryston
2011–12 Queens 33–10 Sharlston Rovers
2012–13 Sharlston Rovers 31–30 Wibsey Warriors
2013–14 Sharlston Rovers 26–16 Hunslet Old Boys
2014–15 Egremont Rangers 34–16 Sharlston Rovers
2015–16 Thornhill Trojans 17–14 Myton Warriors
2016–17 Hunslet Club Parkside 39–10 Fryston

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Cup Open Age". BARLA. Retrieved 26 April 2017. 

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