CURRENT ISSUE 71
Issue number 71 – Summer 2020
On the front cover:
Frank Myler – holding the Ashes trophy aloft in 1970.
Special tribute to Frank Myler, Great Britain’s Ashes winning captain.
Fulham’s remarkable debut day 40 years ago.
Liverpool City – some of the heroes of Knotty Ash.
South African reflections, including the impact of David Barends.
Brian Bevan’s last try for Warrington – a classic moment remembered.
Jed-Forest – a Rugby League talent hot spot in the Scottish Borders.
Ian Wright – Cumberland’s finest of uncapped centres.
Arthur Hughes – Widnes star who inspired Salford’s Red Devils.
Audley Pennant – a decade of entertainment for Doncaster.
Derby links between Featherstone Rovers and Wakefield Trinity..
Great tours and the joys of an Ashes series – a view from Sydney.
Parliament’s Mr. Speaker had his say on R.L. politics at Chorley.
Remembering the last days of the ‘Rugby League Gazette’.
Barrow playing the Kiwis in 1961 – some special momentoes.
How Swinton’s legendary giant Martin Hodgson could have signed for Leeds.
Lancashire Cup Final 1985 action, Wigan and Warrington get to grips.
George Fairbairn as Wigan’s player-coach welcomed to Fulham.
Warrington players’ highs and low, including award for Mike Nicholas.
When the ‘two Davids’ came to Rugby League’s rescue in the 1970s.
‘A’ team memories from Warrington and Hunslet.
David Topliss leading out Great Britain – in classic colour.
Inside French Rugby League as we remember three more stars:
Didier Cabestany, Jo Guiraud and Daniel Camiade.
Team photos including: York (1954), Oldham 1956-57, Batley (1964), Hull K.R. (1971), Liverpool City (1961), Yorkshire County Amateurs (1979).
Obituaries and tributes to: Frank Myler, Bill McAlone, Kevin Taylor, Peter Astbury, Jack Scroby, Don Furner, Trevor Oldroyd, Allan Bishop, Garth Budge, Bill Thompson, Derek Heyes, Bobby Chisnall, Duncan Jackson, Stuart Kelley, Voate Drui, Ian Holland, Brian Curry, Manfred Moore, Jack Robinson, Mick Connolly, Ron Girvin, Tony Branson, Arthur Summons, Tony Coll, Jack Addy.
PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE