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  1. Both of those are already in the blog page, although Andy Hay is the only person in the list who didn't play for Fev.
  2. Possibilities amongst the Barkers: Alan, Nigel, George, Peter and Steve. Does anyone know if and how these are related.
  3. It's Eric and Ray. I got to know Jamie quite well when he worked for the Fev Foundation. He was not related to the others but whether Eric and Ray are related I don't know.
  4. It's still the same page but I have done many updates of it. The link at the top will take you to the revised version
  5. It's worth taking another look at the blog page because we have added loads more since the original posting!
  6. Really helpful is that, Andrew. But who is 'Choco'?
  7. An unknown person has posted in the blog suggesting that Graham Harris and Billy Harris were brothers, that Frank Hemingway is Ian Slater's grandfather and that Carl Dooler and Vaughan Thomas were cousins. Can anyone shed any light on these?
  8. Following the thread started on the Featherstone Rovers Heritage Society facebook page by Benny Towler, fevnut has done some research and produced a list of families we know about. Fathers and Sons, Grandfathers and Grandsons, Uncles and Nephews, Brothers and Cousins. Please let us know of any that we have missed. Use the link below to access the page. https://fevblog452.blogspot.com/2020/06/the-fev-families.html
  9. This is the Fev teamsheet and scorers from that match.
  10. Well done, Mark! I was looking for draws and didn't think to look at two-legged ties.
  11. I've searched the records, Colin and can't come up with anything to match. Only three draws in Fev Challenge Cup matches - 2 against Halifax and even you aren't old enough to remember that as they were both in 1925. We got through after winning the 2nd replay. The other was 1971 against Hull, too late for Eric Batten. Eric Batten played in three drawn matches for Fev but they were all league matches.
  12. 137 at Prop, 86 at Hooker, 8 at 2nd Row, 56 at Loose Forward and 22 as Sub. Adds up ok to 309.
  13. Good memory PH. 13 September 2012. Fev won 32-14. HT 6-14. Maloney was a sub but scored 2 tries and was the League Express Man of the Match. And you're right about Kevin Henderson as well. It happened in the 77th minute so had no impact on the final score.
  14. War Emergency League matches are included
  15. Only 56 starts at Prop and 66 in 2nd row
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