Rugby League World Cup Final.
CHILL-OUT SUNDAY THE ELLIS RUGBY RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP FINAL 1972 PLAYER – BRIAN LOCKWOOD AUTOBIOGRAPHY
1972 Rugby League World Cup Final. Brian Lockwood is indisputably one of the finest rugby league players, indeed sportsmen, of the last 60 years. Superb skills as a ball-playing forward. With the rugby intelligence to make maximum use of his talents. And, crucially, of those of the men around him. He helped to create the vital try for Mike Stephenson against Australia that played a huge part in Great Britain winning the World Cup in 1972.
Castleford, Balmain, Canterbury-Bankstown, Hull KR, Wakefield Trinity, Oldham, and Widnes
Six Wembley appearances and Six Victories
Brian Lockwood, a member of a famous rugby league family. Entered the Guinness Book of Records as, at the time, the only player to have appeared at Wembley on six occasions, where he never lost. He lifted the Challenge Cup twice with Castleford. Also, helped topple Australia in the first test in 1973. And returned to the Twin Towers in 1980. Where he won the Lance Todd Trophy as man-of-the-match for his display in Hull KR’s victory over Hull FC. Before going back to the stadium in 1981 and 1982 with Widnes. The cup kings.
Rugby League World Cup Final Winner – Brian Lockwood ‘In a League of his own’ Book
Where to buy the Book?
You can buy the Brian Lockwood Book ‘In a League of his own’ from Amazon HERE.
Vintage Rugby League World Cup Range
Our Rugby League World Cup 1972 Retro Polo. is inspired by the Rugby League World Cup winning team in which Brian Lockwood starred. The Ellis Rugby vintage RL collection celebrates the history of the competition. And the many great International Rugby League teams. It includes retro T-Shirts. Also, classic Rugby Shirts. In addition, vintage Polo Shirts. Finally, heritage sweatshirts. To view Click Here