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Aubrey Casewell
John Aubrey Casewell (fourth ¼ 1909[2] – second ¼ 1974[3]) was a Welsh professional rugby league footballer of the 1920s and 1930s, and coach of the 1940s. He played at representative level for Wales, and at club level for Salford, Leeds, Halifax, and Keighley, as a second-row, i.e
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Llanfyllin
Llanfyllin
Llanfyllin
( Welsh pronunciation (help·info)) is a small market town, community and electoral ward in a sparsely-populated area in Powys, Wales
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Wigan Warriors
Wigan
Wigan
Warriors are a professional rugby league club based in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. The club competes in the Super League XXIII.[1] Formed in 1872 as Wigan
Wigan
Football Club, they are a founding member of the Northern Rugby Football Union
Northern Rugby Football Union
following the schism from the Rugby Football Union in 1895. Wigan
Wigan
have won 21 League Championships (including 4 Super League
Super League
Grand Finals), 19 Challenge Cups and 4 World Club Challenge trophies.[2] The club is the all-time most successful club in English rugby league
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Wilderspool Stadium
Warrington
Warrington
RLFC (1881–82, 1884–2003) Warrington
Warrington
Wizards RLFC (2003–12) Wilderspool Stadium was a rugby league stadium in Warrington, England. The ground was Warrington
Warrington
RLFC's old ground before moving to the Halliwell Jones Stadium.Contents1 History 2 Rugby League Test matches 3 Rugby League Tour Matches 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] It was the home ground of Warrington
Warrington
RLFC until 2003.[1] During the 1994 Kangaroo tour, Australia defeated Warrington
Warrington
24-0 at Wilderspool before a crowd of 11,244 in the Kangaroos last ever game at the ground
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1933–34 Northern Rugby Football League Season
The 1933–34 Rugby Football League
Rugby Football League
season was the 39th season of rugby league football. The first rugby league club in London, London Highfield competed in its inaugural season.[1]Contents1 Season summary 2 Championship 3 Championship Play-Off 4 Challenge Cup 5 Kangaroo Tour 6 References 7 SourcesSeason summary[edit] Wigan
Wigan
won their fourth Championship when they beat Salford 15-3 in the play-off final. Salford had ended the regular season as league leaders.[2] The Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
winners were Hunslet
Hunslet
who beat Widnes
Widnes
11-5. Work begins at a former quarry that was being used as a waste dump at Odsal
Odsal
Top in Bradford
Bradford
after Bradford Northern
Bradford Northern
sign a ten-year lease with the local council
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1932–33 Northern Rugby Football League Season
The 1932–33 Northern Rugby Football League
Rugby Football League
season was the 38th season of rugby league football. Salford won their second Rugby Football League Championship when they beat Swinton 15-5 in the play-off final. They had also finished the regular season as league leaders.[1] The Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
winners were Huddersfield who beat Warrington 21-17 in the final. Salford won the Lancashire League, and Castleford won the Yorkshire League. Warrington beat St.Helens 10–9 to win the Lancashire County Cup, and Leeds beat Wakefield Trinity 8–0 to win the Yorkshire County Cup
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Swinton Lions
Coordinates: 53°32′19.2″N 2°18′14.8″W / 53.538667°N 2.304111°W / 53.538667; -2.304111This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed
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RFL Yorkshire League
The RFL Yorkshire League was an annual competition from 1895 to 1970 for professional rugby league teams in Yorkshire. During the period 1896-1901 the county leagues were played as there was no national league championship during this period. After they were played alongside the RFL Championship until 1970
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RFL Yorkshire Cup
The RFL Yorkshire Cup was a county cup competition for teams in Yorkshire that took place between 1905–06 and 1992–93 when it folded due to fixture congestion.Contents1 Cup finals1.1 Footnotes 1.2 Yorkshire Cup Winners2 Sponsors 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksCup finals[edit] Note: The Lancashire Cup was not played during the Second World War (1940–45)
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Rugby League County Leagues
The Yorkshire League and the Lancashire League formed two sections of the Rugby Football League Championship for much of its history. Initially, the 22 clubs that broke away in 1895 played in one combined league; however, the following season saw the addition of many clubs, and the League was split into two separate county competitions.Contents1 History 2 Lancashire League 3 Yorkshire League 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] This situation endured until 1901-02, when the top teams in each league resigned and formed a new combined first division. The following season, the remaining clubs formed a second division. From then until 1907, when there was another re-organisation, the county leagues were not played. The new structure initiated for the 1907-8 season saw the clubs playing every other team in their own county home and away, and playing once each against the clubs from the other county
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RFL Lancashire League
The RFL Lancashire League was an annual competition from 1895 to 1970 for professional rugby league teams in Lancashire. Other teams from Cheshire and Cumbria also competed in the league During the period 1896-1901 the county leagues were played as there was no national league championship during this period. After they were played alongside the RFL Championship until 1970
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Leeds
Leeds
Leeds
/liːdz/ ( listen)[5] is a city in West Yorkshire, England. Historically in Yorkshire's West Riding, Leeds
Leeds
can be traced to the 5th century name for a wooded area of the Kingdom of Elmet. The name has been applied to many administrative entities over the centuries. It changed from being the name of a small manorial borough in the 13th century, through several incarnations, to being the name attached to the present metropolitan borough
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RFL Lancashire Cup
The RFL Lancashire Cup was a county cup competition for teams in Lancashire that took place between 1905–06 and 1992–93 when it folded due to teams complaining about the number of fixtures being too much.Contents1 Cup finals1.1 Footnotes 1.2 Lancashire Cup Winners2 ReferencesCup finals[edit] Note: The Lancashire Cup was not played during the Second World War (1940–45)
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Rugby Football League Championship
The Rugby Football League
Rugby Football League
Championship was the top division of rugby league in the UK between 1895 and 1996 and was often referred to as the First Division or Division 1. In 1996 it was replaced by the Super League although winning the Super League
Super League
is still regarded as winning the Championship.Contents1 History1.1 1895–1904: Foundations 1.2 1905–1970: Restructure 1.3 1970–1995: Premiership and reintroducing Second Division 1.4 1996–present: Super League2 Champions2.1 Winning records by club3 Titles won by region3.1 Titles won by town/ city4 See also 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] 1895–1904: Foundations[edit] Main article: History of rugby league The first season of rugby league (1895–96) saw all the breakaway clubs play in a single league competition
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Challenge Cup
The Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
(also known as the Ladbrokes
Ladbrokes
Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
due to sponsorship by Ladbrokes) is a knockout rugby league cup competition organised by the Rugby Football League,[1] held annually since 1896, with the exception of 1915–1919 and 1939–1940. It involves amateur, semi-professional and professional clubs. The final of the Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
at Wembley Stadium, London, is one of the most prestigious matches in world rugby league[2] and is broadcast around the world
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Derek Turner
Derek "Rocky" Turner (13 November 1932 – 31 July 2015) was an English professional Rugby League World Cup
Rugby League World Cup
winning rugby league footballer of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, and coach of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. He played at representative level for Great Britain, England, Yorkshire, and Great Britain & France, and at club level for Hull Kingston Rovers, Oldham, and Wakefield
Wakefield
Trinity (captain) (Heritage № 654), with whom he won three Challenge Cup
Challenge Cup
Finals, as a second-row, i.e. number 11 or 12, or more usually loose forward/lock, i.e
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