1997: Faced Hull KR in the first - and only - Challenge Cup Plate final at Wembley. Prop later joined Huddersfield. Appears to be a repeat of William Ward (#229) who was known as Billy. Emigrated to Australia in the spring of 1965. Debuted aged 17. New Zealand international signed from NZ Warriors. Also played for Bradford Northern. Father of George Brogden. Later joined Hull KR, Halfback signed from Catalans successfully converted to fullback. Later played for Keighley. Guest from Swinton played unofficial games only during the First World War. Previously played for Hull and rejoined them after leaving Leeds. Later joined Castleford, Signed from Featherstone Rovers. Signed as a junior from Welsh rugby union. Father of George Broughton Jr and grandfather of John Atkinson. Guest from Hull KR played unofficial games only during the First World War. Signed officially after the war. Signed from York, also played for Huddersfield and Featherstone Rovers. Forward played for Leeds until 1924 before joining York. Also played for York. Signed from York and later joined Featherstone Rovers. Brother of Jack Newbound. Previously won Premiership with Canberra. Signed from St Helens. Later played for Batley. Welsh stand off signed from Cross Keys rugby union, Welsh centre later played for Wakefield Trinity. A soldier from the crowd volunteered to play when Leeds turned up a player short. Later joined York, Later played for Batley. Later played for Wigan and Bradford Northern. Also played for Wakefield. Later played for Barrow. Leeds have awarded Heritage Numbers for games played during the First World War when formal competition was suspended (entire season 1915-16 to January 1919 when formal competition resumed). Signed from Barnstaple rugby union. Utility back played in multiple finals with Leeds. This is the supposed "soldier in the crowd" who jumped the fence to play for Leeds. Originally a halfback signed from Hunslet. Played for Leeds from 1898-1905, but spent two years at York from 1899-1901. Brother of Barry Charlesworth. Son of George Broughton and uncle of John Atkinson. Later joined Barrow. Scottish wing signed from Hawick rugby union. Welsh rugby union international signed from Pontypool. Leeds career lasted less than one game due to injury. Died during the First World War. Rejoined Leeds in 2022 from Wigan, Signed from Crusaders. Guest from Hunslet. Later played for Castleford. Returned to Leeds after a spell as a prisoner of war. Signed from Wigan. Signed from Cronulla. Support the YEP and become a subscriber today. Signed from Bramley and later played for Halifax. later joined Hull KR, Australian hooker signed from Wests later played for Hull. Welsh rugby union centre signed from Llanelli. Leeds have erroneously identified this as "Ladis Davies" - it is Lou Davies (#730). Generous, resourceful and kind: Fans' personal memories of Leeds United great Howard Wilkinson, Leeds United's predicted Premier League finish after seismic transfer development and indicator. 1973: Installation of gridiron goalposts, at Leeds Greyhound Stadium. See following references. Leeds name 458 as "Gilliard" - no such player in teamlists (supposedly played v Warrington 22 April 1924). Played for Easts. Late-1930s: Pioneered the use of post protectors. Later joined Wakefield Trinity, Forced to retire early due to concussion issues, Won Championship in 2012 on loan from Huddersfield, German international later joined Hull KR, PNG international signed from Wakefield Trinity. Also played for Parramatta. Son of Bryan Murrell, Signed from Manly, having played for North Queensland and Parramatta, Australian signed from Widnes later joined Wigan, GB international signed from Bradford. Leeds junior. Later joined Bradford after spell in rugby union. Brother of Andy Mackintosh. Welsh wing signed from Leeds Parish Church. Signed from Bramley having previously played for Leeds Parish Church and Holbeck. Fourth highest tryscorer (267) in over 400 appearances, winning 8 Championships and 2 Challenge Cups. Welsh forward signed from rugby union. Leeds have missed this player. Signed from Wakefield in 1987 in mass exchange (Andy Mason, Phil Fox, Keith Rayne and Mark Conway moved to Wakefield in exchange for Gary Spencer and John Lyons). Later joined Doncaster. Scottish rugby union international signed from Huddersfield, Signed from Castleford. Welsh wing signed from Abertillery died during the First World War, Welsh rugby union stand off signed from Neath later played for Batley. Signed from Warrington. Also played for Bramley. Australian scrum half signed from Wigan. Later joined Doncaster. Brother of Jack Close. Later joined Featherstone Rovers. Signed from Hunslet Parkside following BARLA U-19 tour of New Zealand, Australian international signed from Balmain. Brother of Albert Eyre. NZ international centre also played for Wigan and St Helens. One of several brothers to play for Rochdale. Signed from Castleford. 1986-87: Appeared, against Swinton, in the first Division Two Premiership final at Old Trafford. Brother of James Batten, father of Eric Batten and Robert Batten and grandfather of Ray Batten. Welsh rugby union centre signed from Penarth. Former Castleford second row signed from Sheffield Eagles. Later played for Bramley. Joined St Helens in exchange for Gary Moorby and later played for Warrington. Players with honours are listed at list of Leeds Rhinos players with honours. Had previously played for Keighley. Leeds have missed this player - seem to have mixed up with Bill Hudson of Batley (#600). Played for Leeds in rugby union from 1895. Signed from Gloucester rugby union. Queensland representative signed from Cronulla. Later played for Oldham. Brother of George Hainstock. Later joined Oldham, International prop signed from Wakefield Trinity.

Signed from Bradford Northern. Later played for St George, Signed from rugby union. Previously played for Castleford, One game for Leeds. GB international signed from Wigan, having begun career with St Helens, Australian signed from Halifax. Later played for Dewsbury. Leeds have as "AN Other". Later played for Keighley. Later played for Hunslet. Played in all back positions for Leeds. Brother of Ikram Butt. NZ international signed from NZ Warriors. These games are not considered to be official matches as they were played on an informal basis, and games from 1917-18 to resumption of formal competition in 1919 were played with 12 players on each team due to a shortage of players. Later played for Hull KR. England rugby union international signed from Leigh. Later played for York. Some list Jones' heritage number as 895, others as 896. Later played for Hull. Played in the 1910 Challenge Cup Final. This may be a repeat of 1223, and is also not Mick Shaw (1265), French international halfback also played for Hull. Also played for Featherstone Rovers. Guest from Leigh played unofficial games only during the First World War. Brief spell in rugby union and also played for Wakefield Trinity and Bradford, Later played for Hull KR. Welsh wing signed from rugby union. Dual-code Welsh international signed from Batley. Brother of Sam Newbound. Left to join rugby union, becoming Wales international. Previously at Bradford for the 1945-46 season, Signed from rugby union. 1974-75: Use of a helicopter to dry out the pitch, prior to a Challenge Cup quarter-final against Warrington. Later joined Widnes. Welsh international centre signed from Oldham. Australian signed from Penrith. Later joined Oldham. Wing signed from Castleford. Seasons with unofficial games only are marked with an asterisk ("*"). Won two Premierships with Manly. Also played for Bradford Northern, Featherstone Rovers and Batley. Brother of Billy Batten. Later played for Doncaster. Brother Sam played for Batley and Bramley. previously played for Hull. Later played for Oldham. Signed from Wakefield Trinity. This was an official tour and Smithson should have been awarded a Heritage Number. Originally a centre signed for record fee from Hull, later moving to stand off. Signed from North Queensland. Later played for Batley. Became dual-code international and played in the "Rorke's Drift" Test against Australia in 1914. South African rugby union international. Halfback played over 100 games for Leeds. 1962-62: Won the reintroduced Division Two. Son of Alec Dick, Signed from Wakefield Trinity. Returned to win controversial GF with Bradford and later won Challenge Cups with Warrington. Welsh rugby union international signed from Llanelli. Rugby union serviceman from RAF Ringway. Signed from Taunton rugby union. Brother of Anthony Gibbons and nephew of Neil Hague, New Zealand international previously played for Castleford. Also played for Bradford Northern and Hull. Father of Bev Risman. Australian utility-back later played for Keighley. Queensland representative wing equalled club tries in a game (8) and broke all other Leeds scoring records including tries in a season (63 in 1935-36) and career (392). Guest from Keighley played unofficial games only during the First World War. Previously played for Bradford Northern. New Zealand international later played for Castleford, Batley and Bramley. Scored record 5 tries in Challenge Cup final in 2015. Welsh rugby union international signed from Newport. 1912: First professional club to sign a black player and an American in Lucius Banks. Second row signed from Castleford. Halfback won Challenge Cups with Leeds, Huddersfield and Castleford. Click here to subscribe. Signed from Hull KR. Brother of Tom Coleman. Father of Jack Sinfield. Guest from Hunslet played unofficial games during the First World War. Australian international halfback signed from Easts. PNG international played short spell from Penrith, Australian signed from Manly. Signed from Bramley, where he played from 1946-47 to 1951-52. Finished as third highest tryscorer in Leeds history, Welsh rugby union international signed from Maesteg. Later played for Dewsbury. Signed from Bramley and later played for Batley. Later played for Huddersfield and died aged just 29. Signed from Hunslet. Welsh hooker/prop signed from Bradford Northern. Brother of Ernest McWatt. Later played for Batley. Signed from Wakefield Trinity. England rugby union international later played for Halifax. Welsh wing signed from Brynmawr rugby union. Welsh international rugby union centre signed from Llanelli, Signed from Batley. Welsh rugby union centre later played for Hull KR. Also played for Hull KR. 1958-59: Switched a league fixture to a football ground, when he home derby with Leeds was played at Elland Road. Brother of Leonard Marshall. Son of Peter Fozzard. Former Sheffield centre/stand off signed from Keighley. Guest from Wigan played unofficial games only during the First World War. Leeds have 'triallist' but no player missing from lineup (v Castleford 22 November 1941). Also played for Workington Town.

Welsh rugby union international signed from Hunslet. Brother of Lewis "Lou" Marshall. Welsh hooker later played for Wakefield Trinity. Previously played for Dewsbury. Later joined Featherstone Rovers, Later joined Salford. Later played for Castleford. Later played for Keighley. Signed for Castleford. Refers to an unnamed player whose sole appearance was at York on 29 November 1941. list of Leeds Rhinos players with honours, "Leeds Rhinos Foundation Heritage Committee Records New Heritage Numbers", "Record breaking prop Webster latest member of Leeds RL Hall of Fame", "Rhinos Player Association set up Down Under reunion", "Behind the numbers David Harkness Blakey heritage number 290", "Behind the numbers - Alf Watson - heritage number 568", "Legendary quartet join inaugural Leeds Rugby League Hall of Fame", "Behind the numbers Joe Anderson heritage number 909", "Foundation's heritage committee honour duo with heritage number presentations", "Behind the numbers Harry Street heritage number 916", "Behind the numbers Jack Fairbank heritage number 950", "Behind the numbers Tony Fisher heritage number 1037", "Behind the numbers David Barham heritage number 1043", "Behind the numbers Terry Clawson heritage number 1046", "Former players receive Heritage Number certificates", "More players receive Heritage Number certificates", "Guru Grothe receives his heritage number", "Behind the numbers Hugh Waddell heritage number 1190", "Behind the numbers Craig Coleman heritage number 1202", "Snoopy Collins becomes latest player to receive his heritage number", "Ever popular prop Masella catches up with Gary in Australia", "Newcastle trio become latest players to receive their heritage number", "Lilley set for debut after being called into 19 man squad", "Leeds Rhinos' prop Mitch Garbutt to miss two games following World Club Challenge red card - Yorkshire Post", "Super League: Wigan Warriors 34-0 Leeds Rhinos", "Trent Merrin rallies around departing Leeds Rhinos leader", "Muizz Mustapha joins Newcastle on loan but faces ban", "Watch JJB passes the torch to Leeds debutant", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Leeds_Rhinos_players&oldid=1099671656, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0. Welsh rugby union international signed from Newport. Debuted in unofficial game in 1919 before official debut in 1919. Later played for Featherstone Rovers. Left to join Catalans, Fifth highest tryscorer for Leeds with 233. Later joined Bramley. Scottish centre signed from Melrose rugby union. Lance Todd Trophy winner 1977. Welsh rugby union international signed from Swansea.

Separate references on the Rhinos' website differ. Brother of Harry and Wallace Glover. Welsh stand off signed from Hunslet. Sergeant in the army played one unofficial game during the First World War. Brother of James Coleman. Also played for Castleford and Featherstone Rovers, Signed from Widnes. Sergeant from the army played unofficial games only during the First World War. Forced to retire through illness. Later joined Bradford. New Zealand international rugby league player signed following the All Golds tour. Australian second row from Parramatta. Debuted in First World War. Later played for Salford, Oldham and Bramley. Brother of Phil Holmes and nephew of Johnny Feather, Later played for Wakefield Trinity and Featherstone Rovers. Appears to be an error - Leeds name 268 as "AN Other" but no player missing from lineup in game vs Hull (A) 19th October 1912. Welsh rugby union international centre signed from Devon. Previously played for Batley. Signed from Hebden Brid. Later played for Hull who spell as 'Wileman'. Guest from Bramley played unofficial games only during the First World War. Signed from Hunslet. Later joined Hull KR. Signed from Sheffield Eagles. Signed from Wakefield. Signed from Wakefield Trinity. GB international signed from Huddersfield, Australian international signed from Wests, Signed from Huddersfield. Forward from Halifax Intermediate played unofficial games only during the First World War. Later joined Bradford. Brother of Henry Close. Played for Barrow after the war. Star forward/utility back played in the 1910 Challenge Cup win. Son of Arthur Staniland. 1945: First club to appoint a coach, Jack Walkington. National World Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved. Guest from Oldham played unofficial games only during the First World War. Later played for Treherbert. Kiwi injured in only appearance for Leeds. Later joined Keighley, Later joined Hunslet. Father of Simon Worrall. Died during the First World War. Welsh centre signed from Abertillery died during the First World War. Converted to hooker and went o to become GB international. Signed from rugby union. Later joined Wests, Australian international signed from Canberra. Signed from Wakefield Trinity. Stand off/loose forward broke career points record with Leeds, and captained the team to seven Championships and two Challenge Cups. Signed from Wigan. Second row played over 400 games for Leeds. Guest from Bradford Northern. Welsh rugby union international signed from Blaina. Welsh rugby union international signed from Pontypridd. Australian international from Redcliffe. Later played for Batley. Welsh stand off signed from Bristol rugby union. Joined St Helens, Tongan international signed from Wests. Welsh centre signed on loan from Bradford, Loan signing from Featherstone. Welsh rugby union international signed from Neath. Signed from St Helens and later joined Widnes. Died following injury at Salford in 1977 a week before the Challenge Cup Final, Reserve halfback played in the 1971 Championship final, Signed from Castleford. Welsh rugby union triallist. Signed from York. Won Challenge Cup with Leeds and Premiership with Easts. Signed for Leeds officially in 1921. GB international signed in record transfer from Hull. England rugby union international. Father of Alan Jubb. Later played for Hull KR. Signed from Featherstone Rovers. Not awarded a Heritage Number. Signed from Wakefield Trinity and later played for Bradford Northern. Also played for Castleford and Huddersfield. Signed from Oldham.

Later played for York. Signed from Wakefield. Later played for Batley. Signed from Bramley. Went o to become Wigan and GB coach. Leeds have this as "Billy Ward". Signed from Hull KR. Played for Leeds in rugby union from 1893. Later played for Hull. Some list Jones as heritage number 896, others list Broughton Jnr. Signed from Keighley. Guest from Hull played unofficial games only during the First World War.

Also played for Hunslet and York.

later founded Sheffield Eagles and returned to Leeds as CEO. Hunslets general manager Chris Chatten said: While the focus of discussions on the night will be Hunslet rugby league-related, conversations could go in different directions and we will see where they take us, including into other sports, society as a whole and experiences in general., He added: All are welcome to join us although numbers for the session will be limited, to give everyone a chance to chat and ask questions or share their own memories.. Later joined Bradford. Played for Norths and Cronulla.

Signed from Northampton rugby union. Guest from Bradford Northern played unofficial games only during the First World War. Leeds incorrectly identified this as a different player from 769, Later played for Castleford. Signed from York. later played for Batley. Leeds have as Dai Rees of Oldham. Played for a number of clubs including St Helens. Scottish rugby union flyhalf signed from Hawick. Signed from Wakefield Trinity. Died during the Second World War. Leeds junior debuted aged 17. Signed from Featherstone Rovers. Came out of retirement to play for Leeds in 1900. Also played for Manly, Parramatta and Hunslet, Signed from Huddersfield. Welsh rugby union international signed from Llanelli. Signed from rugby union and later joined York, Signed from Hull. Brother of Ossie Deysel, Triallist from Rhodesia. Guest from Dewsbury played unofficial games only during the First World War. Brother of Dave Heron. Signed from rugby union. Guest from Bramley. Later joined Wakefield Trinity. Joined Hull but died during the First World War. Won Premiership with Brisbane Broncos. Australian signed from Brisbane competition. GB international signed from Halifax, having begun with Huddersfield. Signed from Souths. Played one game from Salford. Welsh rugby union forward signed from Cross Keys. Also played for Huddersfield, Wakefield Trinity and Featherstone Rovers, Later joined Keighley. Signed from Otley rugby union. Returned to Canterbury after one season, Cumbrian signed from Whitehaven. Signed from Keighley, becoming GB international with Leeds. Champion cyclist played for Leeds in rugby union from 1890. Played 5 games. Joined Wakefield in 1987 in mass exchange (Andy Mason, Phil Fox, Keith Rayne and Mark Conway moved to Wakefield in exchange for Gary Spencer and John Lyons), Signed from Leigh. All Black forward also played for Salford. Appearances during the Second World War are treated as official games because formal competition continued throughout the war. Former Bramley scrum half signed from Hull, Cronulla star played two spells with Leeds, 1986-87 and 1988-89, Former rugby union centre signed from Bramley. Later played for Huddersfield. Later joined Hull KR. Leeds junior won the Harry Sunderland trophy from fullback in the 2008 Grand Final. This is a repeat of 719. Queensland rep forward signed from Barrow. Brother of Keith Rayne. Signed from Sheffield Eagles. Brother of Belfred Ward. Later returned to Leeds as coach in 2019. Welsh rugby union international signed from Treorchy. Signed from Wakefield Trinity. Scottish international wing signed from Hawick. Joined Wakefield in 1987 in mass exchange (Andy Mason, Phil Fox, Keith Rayne and Mark Conway moved to Wakefield in exchange for Gary Spencer and John Lyons). Later played for Brighouse Rangers. In 2015, the club completed the task of assigning a unique heritage number to all current and former first-team players, based on the date they debuted for the club. Played for Westmoreland 1896-97 under rugby union rules and played for Kendal Hornets, Played for Westmoreland in 1898 v Lancashire under NU rules, Father of Edgar Blackburn. Brother of Graham Charlesworth. Later joined Keighley. Father of Danny Ward. Welsh wing signed on season-long loan from Hull, Second row played as sub against Queensland during brief trial. Later joined Bradford, Kiwi international signed from NZ Warriors, Leeds junior played a few games on loan at London in 2005. Later joined Wakefield Trinity, Leeds junior won 6 Championships and a Challenge Cup before joining Hull KR. GB international signed from Newcastle Knights. Triallist from Rhodesia. Later played for Hunslet. Signed from rugby union. Played for Leeds in rugby union from 1895. Later played for St Helens, Former Widnes prop signed from Rochdale Hornets. Left to join Easts before returning to England with Hull KR, Left to join brothers Sam, Tom and George at Souths, Later signed for Salford. Later played for Bradford.

Career ended early by injury. Welsh forward signed from Swinton. Played a few wartimes games for barrow as well but never offically signed for them. Brother of John Holmes and nephew of Johnny Feather. Later played for Bramley and coached Leeds in the 1980s. Former player Steve Pryce will help celebrate Hunslet Rugby League Clubs history on Sporting Heritage Day this week. won 9 Championships in total, including 6 with Leeds, Left for rugby union, returning to league with Salford, Left for a short spell with the Roosters before returning to England with Hull. Great Britain international signed from Wakefield Trinity. "Ladis" is not a name. Also played for Wakefield Trinity, Huddersfield, Whitehaven and Salford, Welsh rugby union centre signed from Newport. Played for Leeds St Johns from 1890 and for Leeds in rugby union from 1890-95. Leeds have not recognised this game as an official match despite it being ordered by the Northern Union. Also played for Bramley. Later joined Dewsbury.

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