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To Do List[edit]

===Check ESPNScrum for entries for Robert "Bob" Jones, Tyssul "Tuss" Griffiths, an Leslie "Les" M. Thomas===done

Did these players win caps while at Halifax RLFC?[edit]

Did these players win caps while at Hull?[edit]

Did these players win caps while at Hull Kingston Rovers?[edit]

Did these players win caps while at Hunslet Hawks?[edit]

Did these players win caps while at Keighley Cougars?[edit]

Did Martin Hodgson play for Huddersfield?[edit]

Did Martin Hodgson play for Huddersfield?

Did Kevin Ellis play for Keighley Cougars?[edit]

Did Kevin Ellis play for Keighley Cougars?

Sort out "...also represented Great Britain while at ... between 1952 and 1956 against France..."[edit]

Sort out "...also represented Great Britain while at ... between 1952 and 1956 against France..."

Remove RLFC and F.C. suffix from club name in the articles of footballers for...[edit]

Cross-reference (possibly create?) Wikipedia articles from the club sites of...[edit]

Sort out redirects...[edit]

Redirect Check[edit]

Add Rugby league players by position category to footballers in...[edit]

Add List of Great Britain national rugby league team players#Bench[edit]

With § = As of 10 November 2007, this footballer has only ever played for Great Britain as a substitute. Done

List of Wakefield Trinity players red-links > What links here, e.g Edgar Bate[edit]

England v Wales 1998[edit]

The statistics from this match do NOT appear on the englandrl website. The 'Emerging England' players in this match were;

European Nations Cup[edit]

2003 European Nations Cup England v Russia (102-0), Wales (22-4), and the final against France (68-6)[edit]

The statistics from these matches do NOT appear on the englandrl website. The 'England A' players in this tournament were;

1996 European Rugby League Championship England v France (73-6), and Wales (26-12)[edit]

Yet the statistics from these matches do appear on the englandrl website. The England players in this tournament were;

2004 European Nations Cup England v Russia (98-4), France (42-4), and the final against Ireland (36-12)[edit]

Yet the statistics from these matches do appear on the englandrl website. The England players in this tournament were;

100 Great Rugby League Players[edit]

√√ = originated articles to check. √ = originated articles checked.

Surnames of Other Nationalities rugby league team footballers, Check For International Rugby Union Appearances[edit]

Queries about Rugby Union Internationals at what became Rugby League clubs[edit]

Bradford = + 1, Manningham = + 1, Total = 1.

Oldham Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

Arthur Lees, Jack Read, Fred Ashworth, Harry Ogden, Michael "Mike" Elliott, Kevin Taylor, Sid Little, Alex Givvons, Terry Flanagan, Alan Davies, John Etty, Joe Ferguson, Bernard Ganley, Andrew "Andy" Goodway, Herman Hilton, Robert Irving, Martin Murphy, Frank Stirrup, Derek Turner

Welsh Rugby Union Caps Who Turned Professional[edit]

★ *xxDavid Jones was a Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1900s, who at representative level played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Aberdare RFC, and Treherbert RFC, and at club level played rugby league (RL) for Treherbert N.U.

★ *yyA. Percy Coldrick was a Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1910s, who at representative level played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Newport RFC, and at club level played rugby league (RL) for Wigan

★ *William 'Avon' Davies was a Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1910s, who at representative level played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Aberavon RFC, and at club level played rugby league (RL) for Leeds

★ *Benjamin Gronow was a Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1910s, who at representative level played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Bridgend RFC, and at club level played rugby league (RL) for Huddersfield

★ *yyRobert A. Lloyd was a Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1910s, who at representative level played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Pontypool RFC, and at club level played rugby league (RL) for Halifax

★ *xxFrank Evans is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Llanelli RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Swinton

★ *John Henry Gore is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Blaina RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Salford

★ *David Morgan Jenkins is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Treorchy RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Hunslet

★ *yyDavid Edgar Morgan is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Llanelli RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Hull

★ *yyThomas Edgar Rees is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for London Welsh RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Oldham

★ *Johnny Ring is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Aberavon RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Wigan

★ *Joseph Francis Thompson is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Cross Keys RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Leeds

★ *xxWilliam Arthur Williams is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Crumlin RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Salford

★ *yyJack C. Morley is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1920s and '30s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Newport RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Wigan

★ *Arthur Bassett is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1930s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Aberavon RFC, and Cardiff RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Halifax

★ *yyWilliam Thomas Harcourt Davies is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1930s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Swansea RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Bradford Northern

★ *David Rees Prosser is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1930s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Neath RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for York

★ *yyB. Lewis Jones is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1950s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Llanelli RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Leeds

★ *yyMalcolm John Price is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1950s and 60s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Pontypool RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Oldham

★ *yyWilliam Keri Jones is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Cardiff RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Wigan

★ *yyJohn Thomas Mantle is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Newport RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for St. Helens

★ *yyTerry G. Price is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Llanelli RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Bradford Northern

★ *yyMaurice C. R. Richards is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Cardiff RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Salford

★ *John Warlow is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Llanelli RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for St. Helens

★ *xxDavid Watkins is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Newport RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Salford

★ *yyJohn C. Bevan is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1970s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Cardiff RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Warrington

★ *Roy Mathias is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1970s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Llanelli RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for St. Helens

★ *Glyn Shaw is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1970s, who at representative level has played rugby union (RU) for Wales, and at club level for Neath RFC, and at club level has played rugby league (RL) for Widnes

★ = Went on to win caps for Great Britain

xx = Disambiguated Article Name

yy = Initials Removed From Article Name

Leeds - Past Players[edit]

This website now appears to be defunct

Hull F.C. - Past Players[edit]

But where are... Jon Aston, Marcus Bai, Maurice Bamford, Noel Cleal, Craig Coleman, Michael "Mike" Dixon, Shane Endacott, Patrick Entat Steve Folkes, Richard Gay, Geoff Gerard, Des Hasler, William Hutchinson, Thomas "Tommy" Johnson, Greg Mackey, Ian Marlow, Damien McGarry, Steve McNamara, Shaun McRae, David Moffat, Samuel "Sammy" Morfitt, Sydney Nicholls, Gary Nolan, Ian Stevens, Neil Turner, Tevita Vaikona, Brad Webb, Dwayne West, Rob Worrincy

British Rugby League Footballers in Australia[edit]

!!!Clubs Have Current Names, Not Necessarily The Names The Clubs Had At The Time The Footballers Played There!!!

Scottish Lower League Players[edit]

National League Three

National Conference


TotalRL.com RLC Premier Division

Pennine League

Yorkshire League

Total RL.com RLC Regional Divisions

  • Mark Slatter - Students & A - Sheffield Hillsborough Hawks

* non-representative

The 1947 Bradford Northern team that won at Wembley.[edit]

Players: Back row: Barry Tyler, Hagen (Hagan) Evans, Frank Whitcombe, Herbert Smith (related to Herbert Smith?), Trevor Foster. Middle row: Jack Kitching, Vic Darlison, Ernest Ward, Emlyn Walters, George Carmichael. Seated: Billy Davies, Donald Ward …only 12-players named, Eric Batten missing from photo.

The 1949 Bradford Northern team that won at Wembley.[edit]

Players: Back row: Barry Tyler, Brian Radford (not in template), Ronald "Ron" Greaves, Ken Traill, Trevor Foster, William "Bill" Jenkins (not in template). Front row: Emlyn Walters (not in template), Billy Davies, Donald Ward, Ernest Ward, William "Bill" Leake Fullback, Alan Edwards, Frank WhitcombeEric Batten, Jack Kitching missing from photo.

Cook Islands players[edit]

Player Photographs at rugbyleagueheritageproject[edit]

Photos at greyhoundderby.com[edit]


Keighley Hall of Fame[edit]

1888 British Lions tour to New Zealand and Australia, search for rugby union data on espnscrum.com[edit]

Manningham F.C. 1896 rugby league championship team, search for rugby union data on espnscrum.com[edit]

Bradford F.C. 1884 Yorkshire Rugby Union Cup winners, search for rugby union data on espnscrum.com[edit]

The Rugby MatchWilliam Barnes Wollen[edit]

1885 Schism Club representatives[edit]

Wakefield Trinity Player Statistics at rugbyleagueproject[edit]

★ = Had No Article, But RLP Has A Birth Date. ♠ = also played for clubs other than Wakefield Trinity

Potential Dual-Coders not mentioned in the List of dual-code rugby internationals article[edit]

Category:Footballers who switched code not mentioned in the List of players who have converted from one football code to another article[edit]

Nearly all of the Category:Footballers who switched code are not mentioned in the List of players who have converted from one football code to another article.

Barrow Raiders - Back on the Wembley trail[edit]

TOMORROW Barrow RL will host Hunslet in the Rugby League Challenge Cup so Love Memories is taking a look back to some of the great teams which have represented the town in the past 60 years.

1: This is the 1951 Rugby League Challenge Cup final team which lost to Wigan. On the back row, from left, are unknown, Joe Jones, Harry Atkinson, Highie McGregor (Hughie misspelt), Frank Longman, Jack McKinnell, Ralph Hartley, Jack Atkinson (chairman) and Jimmy Trelore.

On the front row, from left, are Jack Grundy, Jimmy Lewthwaite, Phil Jackson, Willie Horne, Ted Toohey, Harry Stretch, Dennis Goodwin and Frank Castle.

Seated, from left, are Wally Bowyer and Billy Little.

2: The 1954 team. On the back row, from left, are Frank Barton, Les Belshaw, Jimmy Lewthwaite, Reg Parker, Dennis Goodwin and Vince McKeeting (McKeating misspelt).

On the front row, from left, are Frank Hill, Jack Grundy, Danny Leatherbarrow, Ted Toohey, Willie Horne, Frank Castle, xClive Best and Bill Healey.

3: The 1970 team. On the back row, from left, are George Crayston, Frank Foster, Joe Robinson, Mick Murphy, 'Spanky' McFarlane, Mike Sanderson, Frank Billingham and Rod Singleton.

On the front row, from left, are Keith Jarrett, Robin Whitfield, Tom Brophy, Frank Jones, Dick Evans?, Barry Leake and Peter Douglas.

4: The 1981 team. On the back row, from left, are Mick James, Mel Mason, Steve Kirkby, Nigel French, Mal Flynn, Derek Hadley, Kevin James, Dave Chisnall and Alan Evans.

On the front row, from left, are Tony Wainwright, 'Smiler’ Allen, Ian Ball, Dave Elliott, David Cairns and Ralph McConnell.

5: The 1987 team. On the back row, from left, are 'Josh' Kenley, Mal Flynn, Steve Mossop, Tom Kay, Russ Walker, Norman Turley and Nick Du Toit. On the centre row, from left, are Jim Perry, Dave Kendall, Kevin Hastings, Mark Maskell, Gary Kendall, NOT Steve Carter, Les Quirk and Ivor Kelland.

On the front row, from left, are Paul Burns, Tony McNichol, Brian Blacker, Steve Tickle, David Cairns, Mick James and Stewart Williams.

6: The 1990 team. On the back row, from left, are Keith Pemberton, Ian Cartmell, Darren Archer, Glen Middleton and Nigel Simpson.

On the middle row, from left, are Phil Hogan, Simon Kendall, Gary Kendall, Steve Rowan, Phil Thompson, Dave Livesy and xSteve Clayton.

On the front row, from left, are Steve Mossop, Neil Shaw, Wayne Jackson, Dean Marwood, Ian O'Neill, Pat Trainor and Alan Moses.

7: The 1988 team. On the back row, from left, are 'Biff' Mossop, Nick Du Toit, Dean Marwood, Cavil Heugh, xSteve Clayton, Stewart Williams and Steve Maguire.

On the front row, from left, are Steve Tickle, Paul Crarey, Russ Walker, Paul Burns, Brian Blacker and Phil Stott.

Notable tour matches[edit]

Ian Potter played Loose forward/Lock, i.e. number 13, in Warrington's 15-12 victory over Australia at Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington on Wednesday 11 October 1978.[1]

Derek Finnegan/Finnigan, Mike Kelly (rugby league), Steve Hesford, Billy Benyon, Joseph Walsh (rugby league), Ronnie Clark (rugby league), Allan Gwilliam, Roy Lester (rugby league), Tommy Cunningham (rugby league), Mike Nicholas, Thomas Martyn (rugby league), Brian Chase (rugby league), Ian Potter (rugby league). Subs: Eddie Hunter (rugby league), John Whittaker (rugby league)?

English League XIII[edit]

The forenames are missing from some of the players of the English League XIII team on rugbyleagueproject.

Rugby league transfer fees (work-in-progress)[edit]

Rank Player From To Fee
(£)
Year Adjusted Fee
(£).[2]
Notes
1 Martin Offiah Widnes Wigan £440,000 1991–92 £868,000
2 Paul Newlove Bradford Northern St. Helens £500,000 1995–96 £844,000 £250,000 Cash + £250,000 rated (Sonny Nickle, Bernard Dwyer, and Paul Loughlin)
3 Paul Sculthorpe Warrington Wolves St. Helens £370,000 1997 £579,000 £300,000 Cash + £70,000 rated Chris Morley
4 Iestyn Harris Warrington Wolves Leeds Rhinos £325,000 1997 £508,000
5 Brian Shaw Hunslet Leeds £13,050 1960–61 £495,000 £13,050 included Bernard Prior, and Norman Burton
6 Ellery Hanley Wigan Leeds £250,000 1991–92 £493,000
7 Gary Connolly St. Helens Wigan Warriors £250,000 1993–94 £451,000
8 Stuart Fielden Bradford Bulls Wigan Warriors £450,000 2006 £450,000 §
9 Paul Newlove Featherstone Rovers Bradford Northern £245,000 1993–94 £442,000
10 Ike Southward Oldham Workington Town £11,002.10s 1961–62 £436,000
11 Mick Sullivan Huddersfield Wigan £9,500 1957–58 £433,000
12 Ike Southward Workington Town Oldham £10,065 1959–60 £425,000 First £10,000 transfer
13 Mick Sullivan Wigan St. Helens £11,000 1961–62 £411,000
14 Graham Steadman Featherstone Rovers Castleford £170,000 1989–90 £396,000
15 Alan Hunte St. Helens Hull £250,000 1997 £391,000
16 Lewis Jones Neath RFC Leeds £6000 1952–53 £382,000 Player sign-on fee, not a transfer fee
17 Albert Naughton Widnes Warrington £4600 1949–50 £356,000
18 Derek Turner Oldham Wakefield Trinity £8000 1959–60 £338,000 Most expensive Loose forward/Lock
19 Dai Young Cardiff RFC Leeds £150,000 1990–91 £319,000 Player sign-on fee, not a transfer fee
20 Joe Lydon Widnes Wigan £100,000 1986–87 £298,000 First £100,000 transfer
21 Vic Hey Ipswich or Toowoomba Leeds £1,400 1937–38 £261,000 Player sign-on fee, not a transfer fee
22 Jimmy Ledgard Dewsbury Leigh £2,650 1948–49 £219,000
  • Ranked by 'Adjusted Fee'
  • § Transfer since 2005 at original value
  • 'Adjusted Fee' based on increases in average earnings

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Warrington :: 15 - Australia :: 12 - date: 11th October 1978". wire2wolves.com. 2011-12-31. Retrieved 2012-01-01. 
  2. ^ "Measuring Worth - Relative Value of UK Pounds". Measuring Worth. 2003-04-23. Retrieved 2008-10-03. 

Cumbria players at rugbyleagueproject.org[edit]

Rugby League Journal Obituaries[edit]

Issue number 27 - Summer 2009[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Frank Carlton, Dinks Harris, Frank Mortimer, Mick Hogan, xFrank Tobin and Derek Noonan.

Issue number 28 - Autumn 2009[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Ces Mountford, Vic Yorke, Ralph Morgan, Bernard Ganley, John McKinnell (Barrow 1950–51 Challenge Cup), Keith Macklin and Richard Woodall.

Issue number 29 - Winter 2009[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: John Holmes, Parry Gordon, Bob Ryan, Len Garbett, Geoff Sutcliffe/Geoffrey Sutcliffe, Fizzer Dawson (Australian at Workington Town) and Paddy Armour.

Issue number 30 - Spring 2010[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Geoffrey Moorhouse, Tom Smith, Denzil Webster, Tommy Keen, Jean Audoubert, George Clinton, Andre Carrere/André Carrère and George Parsons.

Issue number 31 - Summer 2010[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Johnny Lawrenson, Bryn Knowelden, Brian Smith (ex-York and Huddersfield), Barry Briggs (ex-Warrington), David Lamming (ex-Wakefield), Aussie officials Kevin Humphreys and Charlie Gibson, Brian Kettleton (ex-Rochdale Hornets) and Charlie Howard (ex-Castleford.)

Issue number 32 - Autumn 2010[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Garry Purdham, Carl Dooler, Joby Shaw, Johnny 'Jack' Alty/John Alty/Johnny Alty/Jack Alty, Toni Danieli (aka xTony Rossi) and Pierre Zamora.

Issue number 33 - Winter 2010[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Johnny Fishwick, Ron McMenemy (Barrow and Whitehaven circa 1957), Ted Kerwick, Terry Newton, Ben Quansah (Wakefield Trinity physio after Paddy Armour 1978–79 Challenge Cup) and Ron Evans.

Issue number 34 - Spring 2011[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Johnny Noon, George Roughley, Ted Verrenkamp, Norman Cherrington, Duncan Hall, Eduoard Martung, Fred Higginbottom, Peter Riley, David Elliott, Jack Byrne and Alf Richards.

Issue number 35 - Summer 2011[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Brian Shaw, Dennis Goodwin, Don Froggett, Mike Kelly and Frank Cox.

Issue number 36 - Autumn 2011[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Cec Thompson, Rex Mossop, Peter Birchall, Bill Hanson, Norman Longley, Paul Darbyshire, Alan Lancaster and Alan Wood.

Issue number 37 - Winter 2011[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Len Killeen, Albert Halsall, Keith Holman, Vince McKeating, Maunga Emery, Dick Thornett, Ron Mather/Ronald Mather, Jimmy Gaskell/Jimmie Gaskell/James Gaskell, Dana Wilson, Christian Baile and Jacques Balleroy.

Issue number 38 - Spring 2012[edit]

Charlie Pawsey, Barry Simpson, John Hancock, Doug Clarke/NOT Doug Clarke/Dougie Clarke/Dougy Clarke/Douggie Clarke/Douggy Clarke/NOT Douglas Clarke, Geoff Robinson, Brian Hambling, Idwal Fisher, Colin Bell, Jackie Thomas/Jacky Thomas/Jack Thomas/John Thomas and Len McIntyre

Issue number 39 - Summer 2012[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Herve Guiraud, Tank Gordon, Harold Swift, Fred Leyland, Keith Mills and Deryk Brown.

Issue number 40 - Autumn 2012[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Drew Turnbull, Bernard Prior, Doug Walton, John Lindley, Bobby Vincent, Arthur Tomlinson, Dave O'Connor, Frank Tobin jnr. (NOT Frank Tobin but related?), Georges Jameau, and Irenee Carrere.

Issue number 41 - Winter 2012[edit]

Issue number 42 - Spring 2013[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Joe Egan, Dave Chisnall, Stan Smith, John Sheridan, Arthur Gregory, Fred Ward, Johnny Moore, Terry Major, Arthur Gregory, Brian Davies, Jacques Guigue.

Issue number 43 - Summer 2013[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Frank Stirrup, Vince Nestor, Jim McCormack, Alan Marchant, Aidan Breen, Jim Parr/xJames Parr, Sid Rookes, Ian Walsh and Doctor Forbes Mackenzie.

Issue number 44 - Autumn 2013[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Bob Burdell/Robert Burdell/Robin Burdell, Clive Best, John Burke, Rene Benausse, Marcel Bescos, John Chisnall, Jack Marston, Steve McCourt/Steven McCourt/Stephen McCourt, Graham Murray, Willie Hargreaves, Brian Sparks, Arthur Staniland, xMike Docherty and Bernie Wood.

Issue number 45 - Winter 2013[edit]

Obituaries and tributes to: Terry Clawson, Joe Warham, Albert Naughton, Ken Bowman, Eric Broom, Laurie Milner/Laurence Milner/Lawrence Milner, Trevor Briggs, Dickie Claughton/Dick Claughton/Rick Claughton/Richard ClaughtonDickie Claughton, David Wigham, Ron Earnshaw/Ronald Earnshaw/Ronnny Earnshaw/Ronnie Earnshaw, Ray Cording/Raymond Cording, Peter Frodsham, Vincent Cantoni, Georges 'Jo' Bonnet/Georges 'Bonnet, Charlie Taylor, xRichard Bailey and three great Kiwi forwards Mel Cooke, Ron Ackland and Henry Maxwell.

Courage Clubs' Championship National League One 1996[edit]

Bath[edit]

In from rugby league: Henry Paul (Wigan); Richard Webster (Salford); Christian Tyrer (Widnes); Jason Robinson (Wigan).

Harlequins[edit]

In from rugby league: Gary Connolly (Wigan)

Leicester[edit]

In from rugby league: Greg Austin (Huddersfield).

Northampton[edit]

In from rugby league: Shem Tatupu (Wigan)

Orrell[edit]

In from rugby league: Frano Botica (Castleford); David Lyon, John Harrison (both St Helens)

Sale[edit]

In from rugby league: John Devereux, Adrian Hadley, Darren Wright (all Widnes); Richard Eyres (Leeds)

Saracens[edit]

In from rugby league: Brimah Kebbie (Huddersfield)

Wasps[edit]

In from rugby league: Va'aiga Tuigamala (Wigan)

Bedford[edit]

In from rugby league: Martin Offiah (Wigan); Steve McCurrie (Widnes)

Blackheath[edit]

In from rugby league: Andre Stoop (Keighley); Abi Ekoku (Halifax)

Moseley[edit]

In from rugby league: Carl Hall (Leeds)

Newcastle[edit]

In from rugby league: George Graham (Carlisle Raiders)

Richmond[edit]

In from rugby league: Scott Quinnell (Wigan); Jim Fallon (Leeds); Allan Bateman (Cronulla, Aus)

Rotherham[edit]

In from rugby league: John Bentley (Halifax)

Waterloo[edit]

In from rugby league: Tony Thorniley, Jason Green, David Ruane (all Widnes)

Great Britain Rugby League Touring Teams[edit]

1910 - Tom Helm (rugby) (Oldham), George Ruddick (Broughton Rangers), Frank Shugars (Warrington), Dick Ramsdale (Wigan), Ephraim Curzon (Salford), Jim Leytham (Wigan), Billy Winstanley (Wigan), Frank Boylen (Hull), Johnny Thomas (rugby) (Wigan), Herbert Kershaw (Wakefield T.), Fred Smith (rugby league) (Hunslet), James Lomas (rugby league) (Salford), Thomas Newbould (Wakefield T), Bill Jukes (Hunslet), Jack Bartholomew (Huddersfield), Billy Ward (rugby league) (Leeds), Dell (Visitor), Fred Webster (rugby league) (Leeds), Billy Batten (Hunslet), Bert Jenkins (Wigan), Mr. J H Houghton (Manager), Mr. J Clifford (Manager), Albert Avery (Oldham), Joe Riley (rugby league) (Halifax), Jim Davies (rugby) (Huddersfield), D Murray (Trainer), Jim Sharrock (Wigan), Frank Young (rugby) (Leeds), Chick Jenkins (Ebbw Vale), Fred Farrar (Hunslet).

1920 - Danny Hurcombe (Wigan), Evan Davies (rugby) (Oldham), Herman Hilton (Oldham), Benjamin Gronow (Huddersfield), Billy Cunliffe (Warrington), Douglas Clark (rugby league) (Huddersfield), Frank Gallagher (rugby league) (Dewsbury), Alf Wood (rugby) (Oldham), William Reid (rugby league) (Widnes), George Rees (Leeds), Arthur Skelhorne (Warrington), Joe Cartwright (rugby league) (Leigh), Arthur Johnson (rugby league) (Widnes), Joseph Bowers (rugby league) (Rochdale Hornets), Alf Milnes (Halifax), Cyril Stacey (Halifax), Gwyn Thomas (rugby) (Huddersfield), Mr S Foster (Manager), Harold Wagstaff (Huddersfield capt), Mr J Wilson (Manager), Jim Bacon (rugby) (Leeds), Squire Stockwell (Leeds), Jonty Parkin (Wakefield), Johnny Rogers (rugby) (Huddersfield), Murray (Trainer), Joseph Doyle (rugby league) (Barrow), Billy Stone (rugby league) (Hull).

1924 - Danny Hurcombe (Wigan), Ernest Knapman (Oldham), John Bennett (rugby league) (Rochdale Hornets), Sidney Rix (Oldham), Jack Price (rugby league) (Wigan), Billy Cunliffe (Warrington), Billy Bentham (Broughton Rangers), Albert Brough (Oldham), Charles Pollard (rugby league) (Wakefield T.), Joe Thompson (rugby) (Leeds), Jim Sullivan (rugby league) (Wigan), William Burgess (rugby league born 1897) (Barrow), Robert Sloman (rugby league) (Oldham), Joe Darwell (Leigh), Harold Bowman (Hull), Benjamin Gronow (Huddersfield), Frank Gallagher (rugby league) (Batley), Charles W. Carr (Barrow), Stan Whitty (Hull), Mr B Osborne (Manager), Jonty Parkin (Wakefield T. Capt.) Mr J H Dannatt (Manager), Jim Bacon (rugby) (Leeds), Johnny Ring (Wigan), Frank Evans (rugby) (Swinton).

1928 - Nathan Bentham (Wigan Highfield), Alf Ellaby (St Helens), Harold Bowman (Hull), Joe Thompson (rugby) (Leeds), Oliver Dolan (St Helens), Billy Williams (rugby) (Salford), Jim Brough (Leeds), John Evans (rugby league) (Swinton), Robert Sloman (rugby league) (Oldham), Harold Young (rugby league) (Bradford N), Albert Fildes (St Helens), William Burgess (rugby league born 1897) (Barrow), Bill Horton (rugby league) (Wakefield T), Jim Sullivan (rugby league) (Wigan), Benjamin Halfpenny (St Helens), W Bowen (St Helens) {is this Frank Bowen (St Helens Recs)?}, Joseph Oliver (rugby league) (Batley), Alf Frodsham (St Helens), Mr G F Hutchins (Manager), Jonty Parkin (Wakefield T. Capt.), Mr B Osborne (Manager), Emlyn Gwynne (Hull), Walter Gowers (Rochdale Hornets), Mel Rosser (Leeds), Bryn Evans (rugby league) (Swinton), Les Fairclough (St Helens), D Murray (Trainer), Tom Askin (Featherstone Rovers), William Rees (rugby) (Swinton).

1932 - Joseph Wright (rugby league) (Swinton), Jack Feetham (Salford), John Lowe (rugby league) (Leeds), Leslie White (rugby league born circa-1910) (Hunslet), Joe Thompson (rugby) (Leeds), Billy Williams (rugby) (Salford), Gilbert Robinson (Wakefield T), Nat Silcock, Sr. (Widnes), Martin Hodgson (Swinton), Alf Ellaby (St Helens), Bill Horton (rugby league) (Wakefield T), Frederick Butters (Swinton), Norman Fender (York), Gus Risman (Salford), Arthur Atkinson (rugby league) (Castleford), Albert Fildes (St Helens), Barney Hudson (Salford), Bryn Evans (rugby league) (Swinton), Mr R F Anderton (Manager), Jim Sullivan (rugby league) (Wigan Capt), Mr G F Hutchins (Manager), Ernest Pollard (rugby league) (Wakefield T), John Woods (rugby league born circa-1910) (Barrow), William Dingsdale (Warrington), Stan Brogden (Huddersfield), Leslie Adams (Leeds), Ivor Davies (rugby league) (Halifax), Stanley Smith (rugby league born c. 1910) (Leeds)

1936 - Stan Brogden (Leeds), Harry Woods (rugby league) (Liverpool Stanley), Gwyn Davies (rugby) (Wigan), Fred Harris (rugby league) (Leeds), Nat Silcock, Sr. (Widnes), Gus Risman (Salford), Harold Ellerington (Hull), Alec Troup (Barrow), Thomas Armitt (Swinton), Martin Hodgson (Swinton), John Arkwright (rugby league) (Warrinton), Harry Beverley (Hunslet), Harold Jones (rugby) (Keighley), Mick Exley (Wakefield T), Barney Hudson (Salford), Harry Field (rugby league) (York), Arthur Atkinson (rugby league) (Castleford), Jack Miller (rugby league) (Warrington), Mr R F Anderton (Manager), Jim Brough (Leeds Capt), Mr W Popplewell (Manager), Billy Belshaw (Liverpool Stanley), Jack Morley (Wigan), Alan Edwards (rugby) (Salford), Billy Watkins (rugby) (Salford), Emlyn Jenkins (Salford), Tommy McCue (Widnes),