It may have been a cup match. In the days of contested scrums, what I believe would have been a good Rovers team had the vast majority of possession - Willis Fawley at hooker, perhaps? - and the vast majority of territory, spending, it seemed to me, almost the final hour battering the Swinton line. Swinton held out with what may have been the most resolute defence I have ever seen, winning 4-0 or 5-0. Can anyone identify the match, please?
Ancillary questions - I can see much of the benefit of uncontested scrums. When did they come in? Was there a transition from shared head and feed to the non-offending side having head and feed? Who would have been the last Rovers' hooker to win significant ball against the head and feed?