Issue number 49 - Winter 2014
On the front cover: John Woods of Leigh.
Willie Horne and Malcolm Reilly enter the Hall of Fame.
On the road to the World Cup – behind the scenes of Britain’s 1954 triumph.
Celebrating Castleford’s famous Regal Trophy win of 1994.
Maurice Bamford remembers Martin Hodgson and other pre-war giants.
The ‘other’ Other Nationalities of the mid-1970s, featuring Don Parry.
Alan Rhodes remembers tough times with Tony Fisher.
Cumbrian questions – and another try by Vince Gribbin.
The golden decade of the ’80s with Brett Kenny and Joe Lydon.
The Northern Union’s fallen in World War One – Fred Longstaff, Billy Jarman and Walter Roman.
Solving the mystery of the S.H.A.P.E. Indians.
New men in the Featherstone Rovers Hall of Fame.
Hull beat Workington in the 1958 Championship Final.
Halifax heroes who brought good times back to Thrum Hall.
Lance Todd and the birth of Salford’s Red Devils.
Warrington trio spanning the decades at Wilderspool.
Leigh’s World Cup winners of 1954.
Jackie Newall for Blackpool versus Castleford in 1977 John Player Final.
Bill Ashurst’s Rugby League journey.
David Noble –determined for Doncaster.
Geoff Crewdson – Keighley’s first Lions tourist.
Obituaries and tributes to: Bill Bretherton, Alf Mumberson, Colin Sutcliffe, Jimmy Birts, Greg Mackey, Stuart Gallacher and David Gronow.
Team pictures include: Oldham 1965-66; Hull K.R. 1964; Runcorn Highfield mid-1980s; York 1979; Keighley 1976; Halifax 1980.
PLUS MUCH, MUCH MORE