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RIP Norman smith

From a era when rugby league was played in the mud.

From an era when rugby league wasn't full of athletes. 

From an era when the game was pure & simple. 

Thank you for the memories 

Your contribution to Dewsbury was appreciated. 

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1 minute ago, coolie said:

RIP Norman smith

From a era when rugby league was played in the mud.

From an era when rugby league wasn't full of athletes. 

From an era when the game was pure & simple. 

Thank you for the memories 

Your contribution to Dewsbury was appreciated. 

RIP Norman - thanks for the most entertaining period during my time as a supporter.

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Sad to hear the news this morning,one of the best coaches Dewsbury rams have had, especially in modern era.

What I liked about Norman he was always approachable, always had time for the fans.

RIP Norman and thanks for your contribution to the Dewsbury rams.

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8 hours ago, grumpyoldram said:

RIP Norman - thanks for the most entertaining period during my time as a supporter.

Exactly. What days they were. As I've posted on here before we won nowt but who cared. The best years I can remember.  Glory days of entertainment one can only dream about now and before BSJ reminds us those were the days of winter rugby. 

RIP. 

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Happy times, especially when he was in tandem with Jack Addy. Fans seemed to enjoy their rugby, as did the players and Norman always seemed to have a smile for everyone.

He will be sadly missed.

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1 hour ago, Crown Flatter said:

He was the man to come to our aid the night the floodlights failed when we played Swinton

Best brawl ever at that game

On a par with York away ;)

 

Good old days :)

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Hull KR fans have had their fair share of bad press over the years, but they were impeccable throughout the minutes' silence for Norman Smith............ Well done to them and thanks to Norman for some great memories. RIP, sir

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A great time at the club back in the coaching days of Norman Smith.

Shame I couldn't make it to the game to observe the minutes silence and pay my respects.

He always had time for the fans and mixed with everyone after the games.

 

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