CURRENT ISSUE 59
Issue number 59 – Summer 2017
On the front cover:
Mick Adams, as we pay tribute to the Widnes great, plus Mal Dixon’s Featherstone Rovers and ‘Boxer’ Walker.
The sporting spirit of Mick Adams.
Wakefield Trinity’s Wembley winners of 1960.
Castleford – still Classy Cas, appreciating the entertainers.
Leigh’s first trophy inspired by Alex Murphy.
Halifax the accused – Thrum Hallers under fire in 1954.
Players who took a one way ticket from Leeds to Hull F.C.
Featherstone Rovers first Wembley win – 50th anniversary.
Wigan’s David Bolton takes on Hunslet’s Alan Preece.
How Swinton were inspired by signing Dai Moses from Salford.
Barrow’s Wembley years 1957 and ’67 – Don Wilson remembers.
Tribute to Norman Smith and other Leeds amateur greats.
The Barley Mow revisited – more Bramley memories.
Graham MacKay – Cumbrian prop for both Swinton and Salford.
Harry Beverley – mighty forward of Dewsbury, Workington and Fulham.
Rochdale Hornets name their ‘All Time X111’.
Huddersfield’s Lionel Cooper meets the Aussies at Fartown.
The end of ‘Rugby League Week’ – demise of an Australian institution.
Boxer’s story – new book on the life of Cumbrian great Arnold Walker.
Cliff Watson – his story from St.Helens to Cronulla.
Amateur R.L. achievements - Huddersfield St.Joseph’s and Leeds University.
Farewell to French internationals – De Nadai, Quaglio, Rives and Cabero.
The Loiners – Syd Hynes and Ray Batten of Leeds featured.
Hull K.R.’s warm welcome for Frank Foster.
Obituaries and tributes to: Mick Adams, George Matthews, Syd Lowden, Ronnie James, Bill Churm, Keith Holliday, Joe Bonnar, Alfie Barron, Alex Givvons and Tommy Taylor.
Team pictures include: Keighley (1963), Warrington (1967), Salford (1952), Castleford (1969), Halifax 1954, Barrow 1957 and 1967, Bramley 1953, Wales 1946.
PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE
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