MEMORIES FROM EX-RANGERS PLAYER
This week Stanley Rangers website received
some great photos and memories from ex-Rangers player Jeff Tennant who
played in the 1970s and went on to play for Bramley and also about his
father Norman who played for Stanley Rangers in the 1950s. Jeff had
hoped to attend the Centenary Game but wasn't able to. Take a look at
his photos in the Club History section
of the website. If you have any more photos or memories please send
them to email@example.com
GREAT TIME AT THE CENTENARY GAME
sun shone last Saturday afternoon as Stanley Rangers celebrated their
centenary with a match between Stanley Rangers and Rugby League all
stars. Present at the match were
Paul Sculthorpe, Adrian Morley, Lee Radford, Kirk Yeaman, Dean Sampson
and Darren Rogers. A brilliant afternoon for everyone. Thanks to
everyone who worked so hard to make this happen.
STANLEY RANGERS CENTENARY GAME THIS AFTERNOON
the day! This afternoon Stanley Rangers celebrates 100 years as a club
with a special centenary game of the Stanley Rangers past players
versus the Rugby League All Stars. Kick off is at 2.30pm and this
promises to be a special occasion for the club and all its players,
coaches families, supporters and friends. In Stanley, rugby league has been played since 1919,
when the original name of the club was Stanley Nibs. The headquarters
were at the Wagons and Horses pub and then the club moved to the Miners'
Arms at Lee Moor in 1964. When the Miners' Arms was closed by the brewery,
the rugby club was offered similar facilities at the Ship Inn across the
road from the Miners' Arms. For more information about the history of our
club and to enjoy some team photos taken over the years go to our
History page. If you have any old photos
you could add to this page why not email the website at
we would love to use them.
See you this afternoon!
you're interested in finding out more about rugby league, want to brush up on the rules or find out about the different ways rugby league is played then take a look at "Get Inspired" in the Sport section of the BBC website. With videos of Jamie Peacock, Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Keith Senior there's plenty to read about our great game..