Category: hall of fame

Len ward

Len Ward was born and brought up opposite Castleford’s Wheldon Road ground but after his father was involved in a pit accident was sent to live with relatives in Devonshire Street, Keighley when aged 14. An all-round...

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Roy Sabine

Roy Sabine had been putting in some outstanding performances in for amateurs Low Moor  as well as playing for Yorkshire Amateurs and captaining the English amateur under 19 side. Not surprisingly he came to the attention of many...

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Harry Myres

The only player ever to wear a Keighley shirt and gain the epithet ‘legendary’ was the great but tragic half-back Harry Myers. He was born in 1875 at Horsforth and played first for Bramley with such distinction that...

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Jason Ramshaw

‘Rammy’ is without doubt the most consistent player in the 1990 Cougar era. Described by many as ‘the best number 9 outside Superleague’ he is the son of renowned Featherstone and Halifax player, Terry...

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Paul Moses

Paul Moses was a soccer fanatic as a child but when neighbour and Bradford Northern scrum-half Geoff Shutt was asked by Paul’s dad to show him the skills of rugby league he never looked back. He began his rugby league...

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Brian Jefferson

Brian Jefferson played rugby league as a schoolboy in Leeds but later went on to play rugby union for Moortown quickly progressing to play for the Yorkshire County side. He was watched by many top professional league sides but...

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Terry Hollindrake

Terry Hollindrake began his rugby league career with Keighley Albion ARLFC as a 16-year-old. He possessed phenomenal natural ability, a feature of which was an astonishing side-step honed, some say, by having to walk along the...

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Hal Jones

Keighley RLFC have only twice had the honour of providing players to tour Australia with the Great Britain touring team (or England as they were called before the war). The first of these was Harold (Hal) Jones. Born in Maesteg...

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norman foster

Norman Foster is one of a handful of Keighley players who are members of the ‘300 club’ having made a total of 371 games for the club. He made a promising debut for Keighley on 2nd. April 1929 and then developed into...

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Joe Flanagan

Joe Flanagan began his long career in rugby league with the St. Anne’s School amateur team which consisted mainly of the school’s old boys. Joe was asked down to Lawkholme for trials and after impressing in a few...

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Geoff Crewdson

GEOFF CREWDSON Geoff Crewdson joined Keighley aged 17 in December 1955 from Leeds Intermediates and made his ‘A’ team debut the following week against Batley showing excellent promise. He made his first team debut...

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