Ronnie Lewis Testimonial game 777

Resource type: Print or Photograph (1950s)
Contributor: Trevor Moorby (Jack Hulmes Grandson)
Owner: Jack Hulme
Last updated: 11/11/2017

Description: Ronnie Lewis Testimonial game. We think this is from that game, played on Friday 7 May 1954 against a Yorkshire X111. Castleford won 48-30. He had been forced to retire early due to injury and this match raised 60 pounds for him. However, it may be from a testimonial game played on Monday 10 May 1954 when Castleford played Mr J A Bullock's xiii in a charity match to raise funds for furthering amateur football in the district and to provide an old people's centre in the town. Castleford won that 36-16

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Castleford player scoring at the Railway end


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Tony Hardcastle scores for Castleford with Don Robinson of Wakefield falling on him. Arthur Clues (Leeds) is immediately behind Robinson. Stan Kielty (Halifax) but Castleford born is second left and referree is Len Garbett. Joe Anderson is far right and John Hill fourth from right.

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The Yorkshire players line up after the Tony Hardcastle try. Don Robinson (Wakefield) walking back and Arthur Clues (Leeds) number 12

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