Issue number 67 – Summer 2019
On the front cover:
Tony Fisher – leading the Great Britain players in 1970.
Pride of Great Britain – as the Lions return.
20 Great Players who aren’t in the Hall of Fame
Mick Murphy, Grahame Berecry and other great friends remembered.
Peter Fox – remembering the player’s coach.
Les Sheard, the Wakefield full-back, on his experience of playing for England.
The Parksider – a time of hope in the post-war years of Hunslet.
Wigan v Workington Town in the milestone Wembley Final of 1958.
Ron Bailey’s lifetime of writing about Featherstone Rovers.
One night in Leigh – when Carlisle spoiled the party.
Wakefield Trinity and Castleford ‘A’ teams packed with talent.
Billy Boston’s ‘A’ team debut for Wigan versus Barrow.
Andre Beraud – the Basque who starred for Marseille and Avignon.
The Lions of 1958 profiled in Jim Windsor’s tour book.
Bentley – how they became one of Doncaster’s top amateur clubs.
Arthur Daley – of Oldham, Huyton and Cardiff City Blue Dragons.
Matt McLeod – true Cumbrian grit for Wakefield and Whitehaven.
Alan Wood – a real unsung hero for Halifax.
Headingley’s new look still remembers the Leeds heritage.
Brian Bevan in front of a famous Wilderspool landmark.
Keighley show the heart of the game at Lawkholme Lane.
Aussie team names - Arthur Beetson for Easts versus Parramatta.
Bob Fleet of Swinton and Alex Murphy of Leigh.
Jim Mills for Salford and Dennis O’Neill for Widnes.
Swinton’s Lions – Ken Gowers and Dave Robinson in 1966.
Flying wingers – Ken Hirst of Wakefield and Graham Paul of Hull K.R.
Whitehaven and Wigan’s 7-all draw in January 1960.
Team photos including: Hunslet (1947), Batley (1977-78), Huddersfield (1958-59), Swinton (1985-86), Doncaster ‘B’ team (1961-62).
Obituaries and tributes to: Mick Murphy, Austin Rhodes, Mick Shepherd, Les Bolton, Peter Fox, Syd Phillips, John Cooke, John Maloney, Ray Oldfield, Terry Devonshire, Ken Loxton, Dennis Williamson, Phil Hurst, John ‘Chipper’ New, Dennis Tate and Dave Markey.
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