13th April 1906: Wigan 37 St Helens 6
Posted by Bilko on January 12 2015 - 14:18

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Wigan 37 St Helens 6 - Good Friday 13th April 1906
Venue: Central Park, Wigan
Competition: League & South West Lancashire League

WiganlBacks:l

1. Jack Mason, 2. Harry Lowe, 3. Harry Price, 4. Bert Jenkins, 5. Jim Leytham, 6. Johnny Thomas, 7. Billy Anderson

WiganlForwards:l

8. Bob Brooks, 9. Sam Moores, 10. Rueben Collier, 11. Tom Whittaker, 12. Dick Tyrer, 13. Billy Moles, 14. Jack Hilton, 15. Frank Watkins


WiganlTries:l

Bert Jenkins 3, Jim Leytham 3, Harry Lowe, Harry Price

WiganlGoals:l

Jack Mason 4, Harry Price 1


StlHelenslBacks:l

1. David Traynor, 2. George Liversage, 3. Dai Harris, 4. William Hillen, 5. James Prescott, 6. Billy Briers, 7. Teddy Toole

StlHelenslForwards:l

8. Jack Pope, 9. William Mercer, 10. Bill Whiteley, 11. Frank Dolan, 12. John Smith, 13. William Wharton, 14. Jimmy Mavitty, 15. Frank Mooney


StlHelenslTries:l

Teddy Toole 2

StlHelenslGoals:l

(None)


Summary:l

The tradition of Wigan playing St Helens on Boxing Day and Good Friday started in this season and Wigan had a field day in this inaugural Good Friday encounter. They scored tries for fun in a big win.