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#1 Grey Beard

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 06:38 AM

How many records has that scorline created? Something to keep the statisticians busy.
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Posted 17 May 2010 - 08:14 AM

Technically Panthers should get the record of the RFL should 2 sets of records.The is because Panthers result was against professional league opponents.

Taking nothing away from Huddersfield 142-4 and Barrow 138-0,both early 90's, but their opponents had both been thrown out of the league the previous season and were playing in an amateur competition and entered the REGAL TROPHY along with 12 other amateur sides and 2 french .

Also Tom Hemingway kicked 22 goals from 22 attempts equalling Jim Sullivans record, although his record may also have been v an amateur side,not sure.So could Panthers have 2 records,certainly against professional opposition they have.

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Posted 17 May 2010 - 11:51 AM

QUOTE (sandgrownun @ May 17 2010, 09:14 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Technically Panthers should get the record of the RFL should 2 sets of records.The is because Panthers result was against professional league opponents.

Taking nothing away from Huddersfield 142-4 and Barrow 138-0,both early 90's, but their opponents had both been thrown out of the league the previous season and were playing in an amateur competition and entered the REGAL TROPHY along with 12 other amateur sides and 2 french .

Also Tom Hemingway kicked 22 goals from 22 attempts equalling Jim Sullivans record, although his record may also have been v an amateur side,not sure.So could Panthers have 2 records,certainly against professional opposition they have.


Ironically enough, Huddersfield's win was against Blackpool Gladiators; Barrow's was against Nottingham City. and is the widest winning margin.

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