Issue number 74 – Spring 2021
On the front cover:
Bob Fleet and Ken Gowers of Swinton.
David Bolton – one of Great Britain’s finest stand-offs.
David Rose – Scotsman who was a legendary World Cup winner.
Les Dyl and the Leeds Hall of Fame.
Swinton captain Albert Blan – man at the top.
Andy Gregory looks back on family ties and Salford.
Doncaster aim to celebrate their 70th anniversary.
Geoff Pimblett – the life of a St.Helens great remembered.
Castleford the wrong club – Les Sheard recalls his R.L. debut.
Wakefield Trinity’s first Championship title in 1967.
York players learning from the master, Willie Hargreaves.
Rochdale Hornets in the 1970s – the team that Frank Myler built.
Enslin Dlambulo – from South Africa to Bradford & Keighley.
Rodney Morris – Millom winger who starred for Whitehaven.
Tex Evans – a star for both Swinton and Salford.
Dennis Brown – Royal Marine on the wing for Widnes.
Grounds of Rugby League – Gone but not Forgotten.
Leeds plans to celebrate their Headingley heritage.
Featherstone Rovers centenary – a century of being Giant Killers.
Leigh’s day of glory at Wembley in 1971.
Great Britain’s 1970 World Cup disappointment.
Yorkshire greats & a Cumbrian tragedy – Robert Gate turns back the pages.
Derek Hallas of Leeds in the 1961 Championship Final.
Patrick Entat and the lost potential of Paris Saint Germain.
Dewsbury Celtic in the BARLA National Cup.
Widnes ‘A’ team – Lancashire Combination double winners in 1960.
Spain’s first Rugby League magazine.
More Oxbridge Blues including an American All Star.
Two legends of Western Suburbs – Noel Kelly & Arthur Summons.
Team photos including: Bramley (1960s), Blackpool Borough (1966-67), Belle Vue Rangers (1948-49), Great Britain (1970), Rochdale Hornets (1971-72), Wakefield Juniors (1966).
Obituaries and tributes to: David Bolton, Ged Stokes, Geoff Pryce, John McGrath, Tommy Parker, Harry Whitaker, Kevan Gorge, Nigel Crabtree, Bernard Conway, Tom Stamper, Brian Winstanley, Gary Parcell, Dave Nicholson, Ken Bird, Mark Milner, David Rose, Ken McCaffery, John Barron, Tony Bottomley, Keith Nutter, Miodrag Krdzic, Les Herbert (Kells).
PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE