THIS DAY IN HISTORY JULY 25th

This Day in History – 25th July by John Steel

1st XI

2015

 

Gildersome:

180-10

N Clay 33, R Raja 35, H Hashmi 41,

J Austin 35*, J Watling 4-54, S Mushtaq 3-10

W

EL:

181-6

K Tandel 72*, D Thewlis 39, S Mushtaq 23

 

 

 

2009

 

EL:

116-10

R Olbison 40, S Preshaw 5-38, A Ward 4-16

L

Methley:

117-6

G Johnson 49, D Ellis 26, D Thewlis 3-42

 

 

 

1998

 

Lawnswood:

253-6

P Mehboob 110, J Bashir 23, A Iqbal 41

L

EL:

221-8

M Surtees 126*, P Clarke 24

 

 

 

1992

 

Woodhouse:

261-9

J Harris 77, S Leonard 61, John Gahan 3-71,
A Walker 3-70

L

EL:

181-8

G Edwards 50, P Clarke 49, C Carden 3-38,

S Bray 3-39

 

 

 

1987

 

Otley T:

47-10

K Mellor 4-22, A Walker 5-21

W

EL:

51-1

G Lynch 26*, G Edwards 23*

 

 

 

1981

 

Woodhouse:

161-10

N Carr 22, N Ryder 27, S McGuire 34,

A Whincup 26, Gr Curtis 5-41, J Steel 3-39

L

EL:

144-10

K Rich 64*, Gr Curtis 27, A Whincup 5-83,

K Jones 4-51

 

 

 

1970

 

EL:

159-9

P Hawkyard 31, M Thomas 24, T Caine 26,

A Bryant 58, T Siberry 6-44

W

Garforth :

136-10

D Pythian 47, P Rogers 26, A Bryant 6-40,

D Steel 4-64

 

 

 

1964

 

Hunslet N:

188-9

A Westerman 57, E Robinson 49,

H Northgreaves 29, A Weir 4-47,

W Stocks 3-35

L

EL:

158-9

T Caine 50, A Stirk 24*, J Birkenshaw 4-40,

B Huby 3-23

 

Yes – it is the Yorkshire, Leicestershire and England all-rounder Jackie Birkenshaw.

Born in Rothwell and moonlighting here for Lofthous

2nd XI

2015

 

EL:

224-9

C Cannings 40, M Kent 55, D Young 27,

S Shaik 20

L

Gildersome:

227-8

M Patel 40, D Clay 40, S Norton 49,

M Jamil 23, D Young 3-55

 

 

 

2009

 

EL:

112-9 (AO)

St Lines 24, S Patel 41, M Kidd 4-36

L

Westwood:

113-6

I Ali 40*, J Field 25

 

 

 

1998

 

Lawnswood:

177-9

M Jahangir 41, R Klarik 23, T Iqbal 22,

R Dale 25, D Surtees 4-45

L

EL:

120-10

N Roberts 24, M Fareed 4-37, A Raqeeb 4-22

 
 

 

1987

 

Leeds Pol:

196-6

R Wood 69, J Whincup 20, A Ryan 24*

L

EL:

92-9

J Whincup 3-16

 
 

 

1981

 

Woodhouse:

167-7

R Edmondson 46, S Dobson 43, M Grace 27,

M Quirk 3-21

L

EL:

144-9

T Caine 37, D Steel 32, D Hodgson 3-34

 
 

 

1970

 

EL:

130-10

A Stirk 23, J Bowden 44, N Coggin 27,

B Bond 5-24

L

Garforth:

133-5

B Bond 22, K Leatham 21, L Driver 28*,

M Gent 33

 
 

 

1964

 

EL:

85-10

E Holdsworth 25, A Butterfield 25,

I McGeechan 6-38, J Holmes 3-9

L

Hunslet N:

86-3

T Halliday 27, H Lawrence 21*

 

Yes – it is the renowned Rugby Union luminary Sir Ian McGeechan who was at University

In Leeds and turned out for Hunslet Nelson