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27th November 1971: Hull KR 11 Wigan 18
Posted by cherryandwhite on December 29 2012 - 03:16
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Hull Kingston Rovers 11 Wigan 18 - Saturday 27th November 1971
Venue: Craven Park, Hull
Competition: Players No.6 Trophy Second Round
Kick Off: 2:15pm

WiganlBacks:l 1. Kevin O'Loughlin, 2. Chris Fuller, 3. Bill Francis, 4. Keiron O'Loughlin, 5. Phil Eastham, 6. David Hill, 7. Warren Ayres
WiganlForwards:l 8. Dennis Ashcroft, 9. Colin Clarke, 10. Geoff Fletcher, 11. Bill Ashurst, 12. Eddie Cunningham, 13. Dave Robinson
WiganlSubs Used:l 15. Brian Hogan (replaced Eddie Cunningham)

WiganlTries:l

Bill Ashurst 2
WiganlGoals:l Bill Ashurst 6

HulllKRlBacks:l 1. Markham, 2. Stephenson, 3. Coupland, 4. Kirkpatrick, 5. Longstaff, 6. Millward, 7. Hudson
HulllKRlForwards:l 8. Wiley, 9. Flanagan, 10. Millington, 11. Lowe, 12. Wallis, 13. Rose
HulllKRlSubs Used:l (None)

HulllKRlTries:l

Stephenson
HulllKRlGoals:l Millward 3, Hudson 1
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Television:l

Live Coverage of the Second Half on BBC 1 during "Grandstand". Presenter: Frank Bough / Commentator: Eddie Waring

1971-1972 Players No.6 Trophy Second Round Results

Friday 26th November 1971
Castleford 11 Leeds 13

Saturday 27th November 1971
Barrow 10 Huddersfield 6
Halifax 5 York 3
Hull Kingston Rovers 11 Wigan 18 (Second Half Live on BBC 1)
Whitehaven 0 St Helens 12

Sunday 28th November 1971
Bramley 5 Wakefield Trinity 10
Hull 36 Keighley 10
Rochdale Hornets 4 Blackpool Borough 14

BBC 1 - Saturday 27th November 1971
9:35am Square Two
10:00am Wie Bitte ?
10:30am Zarabanda (till 10:55am)
11:45am Weather
11:50am Al Bongo's Cartoon Carnival
12:30pm Grandstand presented by Frank Bough including......
12:36 Football Preview (Sam Leitch)
12:55, 1:25. 1:55 Horse Racing from Newbury (Peter O'Sullevan & Clive Graham)
1:10, 1:40 Boxing: Jackie Turpin v Ricky Porter from Caerphilly (Harry Carpenter)
2:15 Athletics: Grandstand Cross Country Race from Hampstead (Ron Pickering & Norris McWhirter(
3:00 Rugby League: Hull KR v Wigan (Eddie Waring)
3:50pm Lancer: Wild Horse
4:40pm Final Score
5:00pm Cartoon: Tom and Jerry
5:05pm Whacko! with Jimmy Edwards
5:45pm Bruce Forsyth and the Generation Game
6:30pm Film: "Desiree" (starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Merle Oberon)
8:20pm Dixon of Dock Green: The Fighter
9:05pm Cilla (Guests: Ringo Starr, Sven-Bertil Taube, Basil Brush)
9:50pm News
10:05pm Match of the Day: Southampton v Manchester United & Burnley v Swindon
11:05pm Braden's Week
11:40pm Weather, National Anthem, Closedown

1971-1972 Player's Top Try Contest Results

Friday 26th November 1971
Widnes 32 (Eight Tries) Huyton 3 (One Try)
Salford 38 (Ten Tries) Warrington 7 (One Try)

Saturday 27th November 1971
Doncaster 12 (Two Tries) Dewsbury 30 (Eight Tries)
Workington Town 5 (One Try) Bradford 9 (One Try)

Saturday 28th November 1971
Featherstone Rovers 54 (Twelve Tries) Batley 0
Oldham 5 (One Try) Leigh 11 (One Try)
Swinton 53 (Thirteen Tries) Hunslet 6 (Two Tries)

Winners: Swinton (Thirteen Tries) - £500
Second Place: Featherstone Rovers (Twelve Tries) - £250
Third Place: Salford (Ten Tries) - £150
Fourth Place: Widnes (Eight Tries) - £100*

*Won the money ahead of Dewsbury as they scored more goals.
Note: Top Try Contest was contested between all the first round Players No.6 Trophy Losers and was contested in this season only.

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