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Warrington Rugby League Shirt 1950 Brian Bevan

£69.95

Brian Bevan played most of his career in Britain, but was never selected to represent his native Australia in a Test Match – although he did mesmerise Kangaroo touring teams with his guile and skill for almost two decades.

In all he scored 796 tries in his career in Britain – a world record by a rugby player of either code. He scored 740 for Warrington and played in the club’s 19-0 victory over Widnes in the 1950 Challenge Cup Final.

Description

Warrington Rugby League Shirt – inspired by Brian Bevan Hall of Fame and the 1950 Challenge Cup Final victory.

A Brief Introduction of Warrington Rugby League Shirt

Warrington Rugby League Shirt beat Widnes by 19-0 in its third Cup. Also, with a final win in nine final appearances the final. The match played at Wembley in front of a crowd of 94,249. In the match, Albert Naughton opposed his older brother Johnny.  And the Johnny was in the second row of Widnes.

Australia’s Rugby League player Harry Bath led The Wire. Harry Bath is nicknamed as “The Old Fox”. Moreover, Harry Bath played as state and international representative. He played for other nationalities in the International Championship from 1949 to 1955. Bath played as a second-row forward. However, many experts referred to Bath as the best Australian rugby league player. A player who never became part of the Australian national team.

Moreover, the Warrington scrum-half, Gerry Helme won the Lance Todd Trophy. He won the trophy as man-of-the-match. As a scrum-half, Helme played his entire club career for Warrington. Also, he coached at the club following the retirement. As well as for the 1950 Challenge Cup success. Besides, he won one Championship Final. Further, he won Challenge. Finally, he became a Warrington Wolves Hall of Fame inductee.

About Rugby League

Warrington Wolves had idolised Brian Bevan in BBC Sports Record breaker. Brian became the only player to be inducted into the Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame. Brian also inducted into British Rugby League’s Hall of Fame.

Also, Bevan scored a world record 796 tries, mainly for Warrington. In 2008, he got the title as a wing of Australia’s Team of the Century (1908-2007). Bevan is the only team player who had never represented Australia in a test match. Have a look at Warrington Worldwide Bevan’s last game.

We also celebrate another Warrington Rugby League legend. The legend is Alex Murphy with our 1974 Warrington Polo.

Rugby League Cares

With every sale, a donation made to the charity Rugby League Cares. The donation helps players transition out of the sport. It also supports players past and present. It supports those who are enduring poor health or hardship. RL Cares and Ellis Rugby partnership page.

Manufacturing with Features

Rugby League Shirt is manufactured from satin touch. The Warrington Rugby League Shirt is 100% cotton. It features a design inspired by the 1950 Warrington Shirt.

The Brian Bevan Hall of Fame Rugby Jersey features a detailed appliqué Crest. Other features include herringbone finish on the vents and tape on the neck opening.

The available sizes are S to 5XL.

Additional information

Size

Small, Medium, Large, X Large, 2X Large, 3X Large, 4X Large, 5X Large

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