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4 hours ago, Gav Wilson said:

Fev v Sheffield 2016ish finished 60-40 or something mad like that... 

I remember that game very well - it was Sheffield who scored 60  (at least 4 interception tries from memory) with Fev scoring 40.

Less than a month later Halifax also scored 60 at Post Office Road.

But between those two games -and 100% not unrelated to those two scores - Fev beat Castleford in the Cup and then led Wigan until the stroke of half time in the next round.

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28 minutes ago, Hopie said:

Highest one I saw was at Gigg lane, Swinton 10, Leeds 106

Scoreboard couldn't go that high so at the end of the game it said:

Swinton 10

Leeds 06

Claim the game.

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8 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

Much earlier than that, Gav. You must be getting on a bit now ūüėÉ

(I actually went to that Fev v Sheffield game. Not a bad one for a neutral!)

At least he remembered the score correctly.

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44 minutes ago, Rowan said:

I think that 119-2 record score was pre 1982 in the days of the three-point try.

 

30 minutes ago, daz39 said:

Correct, 1914 i believe.

According to Rugby League Project, Huddersfield beat Swinton Park 119-0 in 1914.  Was there a 119-2 as well or is the game?

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During 1913-14 Huddersfield amassed a record 119-2 match score defeating junior side Swinton Park in a Challenge Cup first round game - twenty-seven tries were scored, seven of them by Rosenfeld, whilst Major Holland landed eighteen goals. 

From http://www.huddersfieldrlheritage.co.uk/Archive/Written/Team/Team_Of_All_Talents.html

I've always known it as 119-2 as it was printed in teh programmes and Rothmans growing up so was always etched in my mind.

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47 minutes ago, Griff said:

There seem to be more online sources saying it was 119-2.  Including the clubs own website.

https://www.giantsrl.com/the-club/club-history

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31 minutes ago, Griff said:

The old RKC sheets have 119-2.  Looks like you're right.

I was checking various sites because I was trying to find the list of scores... how many tries, conversions, penalties because I would like to translate it into a total using today's points system.

Can't find any unfortunately. 

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10 minutes ago, Dunbar said:

I was checking various sites because I was trying to find the list of scores... how many tries, conversions, penalties because I would like to translate it into a total using today's points system.

Can't find any unfortunately. 

http://www.huddersfieldrlheritage.co.uk/Documents/Club/Players' Records/Huddersfield 1913-14.pdf

Any help?

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8 minutes ago, Dunbar said:

I was checking various sites because I was trying to find the list of scores... how many tries, conversions, penalties because I would like to translate it into a total using today's points system.

Can't find any unfortunately. 

"During 1913-14 Huddersfield amassed a record 119-2 match score defeating junior side Swinton Park in a Challenge Cup first round game - twenty-seven tries were scored, seven of them by Rosenfeld, whilst Major Holland landed eighteen goals." - CLICKY

Which would make it 144-2 in new money...

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27 minutes ago, Gav Wilson said:

"During 1913-14 Huddersfield amassed a record 119-2 match score defeating junior side Swinton Park in a Challenge Cup first round game - twenty-seven tries were scored, seven of them by Rosenfeld, whilst Major Holland landed eighteen goals." - CLICKY

Which would make it 144-2 in new money...

119 + 27 = 146.

Major Holland didn't kick all the goals.

Mind you, we're assuming that there were no drop goals.

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13 minutes ago, gingerjon said:

 

13 minutes ago, Gav Wilson said:

"During 1913-14 Huddersfield amassed a record 119-2 match score defeating junior side Swinton Park in a Challenge Cup first round game - twenty-seven tries were scored, seven of them by Rosenfeld, whilst Major Holland landed eighteen goals." - CLICKY

Which would make it 144-2 in new money...

 

Just now, Griff said:

119 = 27 = 146.

Major Holland didn't kick all the goals.

Mind you, we're assuming that there were no drop goals.

Quite a coincidence that this would have been aggregate 146 the same as Huddersfield 142-4 Blackpool, 1994.

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1 minute ago, Dunbar said:

 

 

Quite a coincidence that this would have been aggregate 146 the same as Huddersfield 142-4 Blackpool, 1994.

146-2 would have been more than 142-4.

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Just now, Gav Wilson said:

I'm confused (which admittedly doesn't take much)...

27 x 4 = 108

18 x 2 = 36

108 + 36 = 144

No...?

That's how I see it.  Again, assuming no drop goals which would be one point in new money.

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