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Steve Prescott Stats

 

Statistics of Success!
 
Stephen Prescott-Club Record
 
St.Helens RLFC
Season
Apps
Tries
Goals
DG
Points
1993-94
13+2
3
29
0
70
1994-95
34
20
5
0
90
1995-96
21
8
15
0
62
1996
27
15
17
0
94
1997
20
6
0
0
24
Total
115+2
52
66
0
340
 
Debut v Leigh (H) SBC 19/09/93 (Sub)
Last match v Penrith Panthers (A) WCC 25/07/97
Honours – Challenge Cup Winners 1996 1997; Super League Champions 1996
 
 
Hull Sharks (First spell)
Season
Apps
Tries
Goals
DG
Points
1998
21
8
20
0
72
1999
19
7
43
2
116
Total
40
15
63
2
188
 
Debut v Whitehaven (A) CC 15/02/1998
Last match v Sheffield Eagles (H) SL 12/09/99
 
 *Hull Daily Mail
 
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
 
 ** RLPhotos.com
Season
Apps
Tries
Goals
DG
Points
2000
24+1
3
13
0
38
Debut v Leigh (A) CC 13/02/00
Last match v London Broncos (H) SL 20/08/00
**RLPhotos.com
 
Hull FC (Second spell)
 
Season
Apps
Tries
Goals
DG
Points
2001
26
17
55
1
179
2002
22
6
7
0
38
2003
19
18
72
0
216
Total
67
41
134
1
433
Debut v Keighley CC 11/02/2001
Last match v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (H) SL 26/06/03
 
 *Hull Daily Mail
 
Big Match Review
 
ST.HELENS (8) 16 WIGAN (6) 25
Saturday 13 January 1996
Regal Trophy final
McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield
 
 
St.Helens: 1 Stephen Prescott; 2 Joey Hayes, 3 Scott Gibbs, 4 Paul Newlove, 5 Anthony Sullivan; 6 Karle Hammond, 7 Bobbie Goulding (Capt); 8 Apollo Perelini, 9 Keiron Cunningham, 10 Ian Pickavance 11 Chris Joynt, 12 Simon Booth, 13 Dean Busby
Subs: 14 Vila Matautia 15 Andy Northey
Tries: Hayes, Newlove, Cunningham
Goals: Goulding 2
 
Wigan: 1 Gary Connolly; 2 Jason Robinson, 3 Va’aiga Tuigamala, 4 Kris radlinski, 5 Martin Offiah; 6 Henry Paul, 7 Shaun Edwards (Capt); 8 Neil Cowie, 9 Martin Hall, 10 Terry O’Connor, 11 Scott Quinell, 12 Mick Cassidy, 13 Simon Haughton
Subs: 14 Rob Smyth, 15 Martin Dermott
Tries: Paul (2), Tuigamala, Radlinski
Goals: Paul 4 Edwards (DG)
 
Referee: Russell Smith (Castleford)
Attendance: 17,590
Man-of-the-Match: Keiron Cunningham (St.Helens)
 
 
ST.HELENS (12) 40 BRADFORD BULLS (14) 32
Saturday 27 April 1996
Challenge Cup final
Wembley Stadium, London
 
St.Helens: Stephen Prescott; Danny Arnold, Scott Gibbs, Paul Newlove, Anthony Sullivan; Karle Hammond, Bobbie Goulding (Capt); Apollo Perelini, Keiron Cunningham, Andy Leathem, Chris Joynt, Simon Booth, Andy Northey,
Subs: Tommy Martyn, Ian Pickavance, Vila Matautia, Alan Hunte
 
Bradford Bulls: Nathan Graham; Paul Cook, Matt Calland, Paul Loughlin, Jon Scales; Graeme Bradley, Robbie Paul (Capt); Brian Mc.Dermott, Bernard Dwyer, Jon Hamer, Jeremy Donougher, Sonny Nickle, Simon Knox
Subs: Karl Fairbank, Paul Medley, Jason Donohue, Carlos Hassan
 
Referee: Stuart Cummings (Widnes)
Attendance: 75,944
Lance Todd trophy: Robbie Paul (Bradford Bulls)
 
 
HOW THE SCORING WENT
 
3 min.              Prescott (St.Helens) try                                   4-0
17 min.            Prescott (St.Helens) try                                   8-0
24 min.            Scales (Bradford B.) try, Cook goal               8-6
30 min.            Cook (Bradford B.) penalty goal                    8-8
33 min.            Arnold (St.Helens) try                                    12-8
37 min.            Paul (Bradford B.) try, Cook goal                  12-14
47 min.            Dwyer (Bradford B.) try, Cook goal              12-20
53 min.            Paul (Bradford B.) try, Cook goal                  12-26
57 min.            Cunningham (St.Helens) try, Goulding goal 18-26
60 min.            Booth (St.Helens) try, Goulding goal             24-26
63 min.            Pickavance (St.Helens) try, Goulding goal     30-26
67 min.            Arnold (St.Helens) try                                    34-26
70 min.            Paul (Bradford B.) try, Cook goal                  34-32
75 min.            Perelini (St.Helens) try, Goulding goal           40-32
 
 
ST.HELENS (8) 14 WIGAN (18) 44
Sunday 8 September 1996
Premiership Trophy final
Old Trafford, Manchester
 
St.Helens: Stephen Prescott; Joey Hayes, Alan Hunte, Paul Newlove, Anthony Sullivan; Tommy Martyn, Bobbie Goulding (Capt); Apollo Perelini, Keiron Cunningham, Adam Fogerty, Derek McVey, Chris Morley, Karle Hammond
Subs: Ian Pickavance, Danny Arnold, Andy Haigh, Simon Booth
Tries: Newlove, Martyn
Goals: Goulding 3
 
Wigan: Kris Radlinski; Danny Ellison, Gary Connolly, Va’aiga Tuigamala, Jason Robinson; Henry Paul, Shaun Edwards; Kelvin Skerrett, Martin Hall, Terry O’Connor, Simon Haughton, Mick Cassidy, Andrew Farrell (Capt)
Subs: Neil Cowie, Stephen Barrow, Andrew Johnson, Craig Murdock
Tries: Ellison (3), Connolly, Robinson, Paul, Edwards, Haughton, Murdock
Goals: Farrell 4
 
Referee: David Campbell (Widnes)
Attendance: 35,013
Harry Sunderland trophy: Andrew Farrell (Wigan)
 
ST.HELENS (16) 32 BRADFORD BULLS (10) 22
Saturday 3 May 1997
Challenge Cup final
Wembley Stadium, London
 
 
St.Helens: Stephen Prescott; Danny Arnold, Andy Haigh, Paul Newlove, Anthony Sullivan; Tommy Martyn, Bobbie Goulding (Capt); Apollo Perelini, Keiron Cunningham, Julian O’Neill, Chris Joynt, Derek McVey, Karle Hammond
Subs: Ian Pickavance, Vila Matautia, Andy Northey, Chris Morley
Tries: Martyn (2), Hammond, Joynt, Sullivan
Goals: Goulding 6
 
Bradford Bulls: Stuart Spruce; Abi Ekoku, Danny Peacock, Paul Loughlin, Paul Cook; Graeme Bradley, Robbie Paul (Capt); Brian Mc.Dermott, James Lowes, Tahi Reihana, Bernard Dwyer, Sonny Nickle, Steve McNamara
Subs: Paul Medley, Matt Calland, Glen Tomlinson, Simon Knox
Tries: Peacock, Loughlin, Tomlinson, Lowes
Goals: McNamara 3
 
Referee: Stuart Cummings (Widnes)
Attendance: 78,022
Lance Todd trophy: Robbie Paul (Bradford Bulls)
 
 
Stephen Prescott – Representative Record
 
Season
Team
Apps
Tries
Goals
DG
Points
1994-95
GB U21s
2
1
3
0
10
1996
England
2
3
7
0
26
2000 (WC)
Ireland
4
1
17
0
38
2003
Lancashire
1
0
0
0
0
 
Big Match Review
 
ENGLAND UNDER 21s (4) 10 AUSTRALIA (18) 54
Tuesday 15 November 1994
John Smith’s Tour Match
Gateshead International Stadium
 
Great Britain: 1 Stephen Prescott (St.Helens); 2 Chris Smith (Castleford), 3 Richard Goddard (Castleford), 4 Karle Hammond (Widnes), 5 Francis Cummins (Leeds); 6 Nigel Wright (Wakefield Trinity), 7 Ryan Sheridan (Sheffield Eagles); 8 Alex Thompson (Sheffield Eagles-Capt), 9 John Clarke (Oldham), 10 Mark Hilton (Warrington), 11 Mark Perrett (Halifax), 12 Lee Harland (Halifax), 13 Scott Martin (Sheffield Eagles)
Subs: 14 Mark Hewitt (Hull) 15 Nathan McEvoy (Salford) 16 Jez Cassidy (Hull) 17 Nathan Sykes (Castleford)
Try: Prescott
Goals: Prescott 3
 
Australia: 1 Tim Brasher (Balmain); 2 Wendell Sailor (Brisbane Broncos), 3 Terry Hill (Manly), 4 Andrew Ettingshausen (Cronulla), 5 Michael Hancock (Brisbane Broncos); 6 Kevin Walters (Brisbane Broncos), 7 Alan Langer (Brisbane Broncos-Capt); 8 Jason Smith (Canterbury), 9 Jim Serdaris (Wests), 10 David Fairleigh (North Sydney), 11 Steve Menzies (Manly), 12 David Furner Canberra), 13 Greg Florimo (North Sydney)
Subs used: Rod Wishart (Illawarra), Brad Fittler (Penrith)
Tries: Florimo (2), Hill (2), Brasher, Ettingshausen, Fairleigh, Langer, Menzies.
Goals: Furner 6
 
Referee: Steve Presley (Castleford)
Attendance: 4,118
 
 
 
ENGLAND Under 21s (14) 16 FRANCE Under 21s (10) 17
Sunday 5March 1995
John Smith’s International
Albi, France
 
Great Britain: 1 Stephen Prescott (St.Helens); 2 Chris Smith (Castleford), 3 Richard Goddard (Castleford), 4 Adrian Flynn (Wakefield Trinity), 5 Francis Cummins (Leeds); 6 Nigel Wright (Wakefield Trinity), 7 Mark Hewitt (Hull); 8 Alex Thompson (Sheffield Eagles-Capt), 9 Paul Rowley (Halifax), 10 Mark Hilton (Warrington), 11 Andy Hay (Castleford), 12 Simon Baldwin (Halifax), 13 Scott Martin (Leigh).
Subs: 14 Karle Hammond (Widnes), 15 Simon Reynolds (Huddersfield), 16 Jim Leatham (Leeds), 17 Gareth Cochrane (Keighley)
Tries: Martin, Flynn
Goals: Hewitt 4
 
France: 1 Jerome Frayssinous (Lezignan); 2 Pascal Bomati (XIII Catalan), 3 Arnaud Dulec (St.Gaudens), 4 Pierre Jammes (Limoux), 5 Luc Eychenne (Carcassonne); 6 Christopher Canal (Villeneuve), 7 Vincent Banet (XIII Catalan-Capt); Cyril Baudouin (Carpentras), Stephane Tena (XIII Catalan), 10 FredericSane (St.Esteve), 11 Sebastian Berdu (St.Esteve), 12 David Sabatier (Carcassonne), 13 Philip Ricard (Albi).
Subs: 14 Emmanuel Fauvel (Villeneuve), 15 Laurent Garnier (Cabestany), 16 Rachid Hechiche (Lyon), 17 Jerome Bisson (Villeneuve)
Tries: Jammes, Dulec, Bisson
Goals: Jammes, Dulec, Banet (DG)
 
Referee: Alan Bates (Workington)
Attendance: 800
 
 
 
ENGLAND (33) 73 FRANCE (0) 0
Wednesday 12 June 1996
Super League European Championship
Gateshead International Stadium
 
England: 1Stephen Prescott (St.Helens); 2 Jason Robinson (Wigan), 3 Gary Connolly (Wigan), 4 Paul Newlove (St.Helens), 5 Martin Offiah (Wigan); 6 Steve Blakeley (Salford Reds), 7 Shaun Edwards (Wigan-Capt); 8 Karl Harrison (Halifax Blue Sox), 9 Johnny Lawless (Sheffield Eagles), 10 Paul Broadbent (Sheffield Eagles), 11 Chris Joynt (St.Helens), 12 Steve McNamara (Bradford Bulls), 13 Paul Sculthorpe (Warrington)
Subs: 14 Steve Molloy (Featherstone Rovers) 15 Paul Rowley (Halifax Blue Sox) 16 Matt Calland (Bradford Bulls) 17 Adrian Morley (Leeds)
Tries: Offiah (4) Connolly (3) Newlove (2) Prescott (2) Blakeley, Robinson, Sculthorpe
Goals: Prescott 7 McNamara, Offiah (DG)
 
France: 1 Laurent Lucchese (PSG); 2 Pascal Bomati (PSG), 3 Frederic Banquet (PSG), 4 Jean-Marc Garcia (Sheffield Eagles), 5 Arnaud Cervello (PSG); 6 Fabien Devecchi (PSG), 7 Patrick Entat (PSG-Capt); 8 Hadj Boudebza (PSG), 9 Patrick Torreilles (PSG), 10 Frederic Teixido (PSG), 11 Pascal Jampy (PSG), 12 Didier Cabestany (PSG), 13 Jacques Pech (PSG)
Subs: 14 Eric van Brussell (PSG) 15 Darren Adams (PSG) 16 Bagdad Yaha (PSG) 17 Jerome Bisson
 
Referee: Bill Harrigan (Australia)
Attendance: 6,325
 
 
 
WALES (6) 12 ENGLAND (8) 26
Wednesday 26 June 1996
Super League European Championships
Cardiff Arms Park
 
Wales: 1 Paul Atcheson (Oldham Bears); 2 Diccon Ewards (Castleford Tigers), 3 Allan Bateman (Cronulla Sharks), 4 Gareth Davies (Warrington), 5 Jason Critchley (Keighley Cougars); 6 Iestyn Harris (Warrington), 7 Ian Watson (Salford Reds); 8 Mark Jones (Warrington), 9 Keiron Cunningham (St.Helens), 10 Neil Cowie (Wigan), 11 Paul Moriarty (South Wales-Capt), 12 Mark Perrett (Halifax Blue Sox), 13 Chris Morley (St.Helens)
Subs: 14 Rowland Phillips (Workington Town) 15 Richard Webster (Salford) 16 Martin Hall (Wigan) 17 Gareth Stephens (Hull)
Tries: Morley, Critchley
Goals: Harris 2
 
England: 1 Stephen Prescott (St.Helens); 2 Jason Robinson (Wigan), 3 Gary Connolly (Wigan), 4 Nathan McEvoy (Salford Reds), 5 John Bentley (Halifax Blue Sox); 6 Daryl Powell (Keighley Cougars), 7 Shaun Edwards (Wigan); 8 Paul Broadbent (Sheffield Eagles), 9 John Lawless (Sheffield Eagles), 10 Steve Molloy (Featherstone Rovers), 11 Chris Joynt (St.Helens), 12 Paul Sculthorpe (Warrington), 13 Andrew Farrell (Wigan-Capt)
Subs: 14 Bobbie Goulding (St.Helens) 15 Steve Blakeley (Salford Reds) 16 Barrie McDermott (Leeds) 17 Mick Cassidy (Widnes)
Tries: Joynt, Goulding, Edwards, Prescott
Goals: Goulding 5
 
Referee: Bill Harrigan (Australia)
Attendance: 5,425
 
 
 
IRELAND (12) 30 SAMOA (10) 16
Saturday 28 October 2000
World Cup Group Four
Windsor Park, Belfast
 
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Ireland: 1 Steve Prescott (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats); 2 Brian Carney (Hull FC); 6 Michael Withers (Bradford Bulls); 4 Michael Eagar (Castleford Tigers); 5 Mark Forster (Warrington Wolves); 3 Tommy Martyn (St Helens); 7 Ryan Sheridan (Leeds Rhinos); 8 Terry O'Connor (Wigan Warriors-Capt); 9 Danny Williams (Melbourne Storm); 10 Barrie McDermott (Leeds Rhinos); 11 Chris Joynt (St Helens); 12 Kevin Campion (Brisbane Broncos); 13 Luke Ricketson (Sydney Roosters).
Subs (all used):14 Liam Bretherton (Leigh Centurions); 15 Johnny Lawless (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants); 16 David Barnhill (Leeds Rhinos); 17 Paul Southern (Salford City Reds).
Tries: Joynt (3) Ricketsen (24) Eagar (43) Carney (47) Prescott (57)
Goals: Prescott 5
On report: McDermott (66) - butting (no case to answer)
 
Samoa: 1 Loa Milford (Balmain Tigers); 2 Bryan Leauma (Penrith Panthers), 3 Anthony Swann (Canberra Raiders), 4 Joe Galuvao (Auckland Warriors), 5 Francis Meli (Auckland Warriors); 6 Simon Geros (Burleigh Bears), 7 Willie Swann (Hunslet Hawks); 8 Frank Puletua (Penrith Panthers), 9 Monty Betham (Auckland Warriors), 10 Jerry Seu Seu (Auckland Warriors), 11 David Solomona (Sydney Roosters), 12 Fred Petersen (Penrith Panthers), 13 Willie Poching (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats). Subs:14 Tony Tatupu (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats), 15 Farvae Kalolo (Auckland Warriors), 16 Mark Leafa (Sydney Bulldogs), 17 Henry Aau Fa'afili (Auckland Warriors) not used.
Tries: Leauma (7) Milford (28) Betham (66)
Goals: Geros 2
 
Referee: Tim Mander (Australia)
Attendance: 3.207
Men of the Match: Ireland-Steve Prescott; Samoa-David Solomona
 
 
 
IRELAND (10) 18 SCOTLAND (6) 6
Wednesday 1 November 2000
World Cup Group Four
Tolka Park, Dublin
 
Ireland: 1 Steve Prescott (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats); 2 Brian Carney (Hull FC), 3 Michael Withers (Bradford Bulls), 4 Michael Eagar (Castleford Tigers), 5 Ian Herron (Hull FC); 6 Tommy Martyn (St Helens), 7 Ryan Sheridan (Leeds Rhinos); 8 Terry O'Connor (Wigan Warriors-Capt), 9 Johnny Lawless (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants), 10 Barrie McDermott (Leeds Rhinos), 11 Chris Joynt (St Helens), 12 Kevin Campion (Brisbane Broncos), 13 Luke Ricketson (Sydney Roosters).
Subs (all used):14 Danny Williams (Melbourne Storm), 15 Jamie Mathiou (Leeds Rhinos), 16 David Barnhill (Leeds Rhinos), 17 Dave Bradbury (Huddersfield- Sheffield Giants)
Tries: Sheridan (2) Withers (68)
Goals: Prescott 5
 
Scotland: 1 Danny Arnold (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants); 2 Matt Daylight (Hull FC); 3 Lee Gilmour (Wigan Warriors); 4 Geoff Bell (N Queensland Cowboys); 5 Matt Crowther (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants); 6 Richard Horne (Hull FC); 7 Scott Rhodes (Leeds Rhinos); 8 Daniel Heckenberg (St George-Illawarra Dragons); 9 Danny Russell (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants-Capt), 10 Dale Laughton (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants), 11 Scott Logan (Sydney City Roosters), 12 Scott Cram (London Broncos), 13 Adrian Vowles (Castleford Tigers).
Subs (all played):14 David Maiden (Hull FC) 15 Nathan Graham (Dewsbury Rams) 16 Wayne McDonald (Hull FC) 17 Darren Shaw (Castleford Tigers)
Try: Arnold (37)
Goal: Crowther
Sin bin: Vowles (59) - persistent offside
 
Referee: Russell Smith (England)
Attendance: 1.782
Men of the Match: Ire/and-Luke Ricketson Scot/and-Adrian Vowles
 
 
 
IRELAND (12) 30 NEW ZEALAND MAORI (0) 16
Saturday 4 November 2000
World Cup Group Four
Tolka Park, Dublin
 
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Ireland: 1 Steve Prescott (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats); 2 Brian Carney (Hull FC), 3 Michael Withers (Bradford Bulls), 4 Luke Ricketson (Sydney City Roosters), 5 Mark Forster (Warrington Wolves); 6 Gavin Clinch
(Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants), 7 Ryan Sheridan (Leeds Rhinos); 8 Terry
O'Connor (Wigan Warriors-Capt), 9 Danny Williams (Melbourne Storm), 10 Barrie McDermott (Leeds Rhinos), 11 Chris Joynt (St Helens), 12 David Barnhill (Leeds Rhinos), 13 Kevin Campion (Brisbane Broncos).
Subs (all used):14 Liam Bretherton (Leigh Centurions) 15 Johnny Lawless (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants) 16 Liam Tallon (Brisbane Norths) 17 Paul Southern (Salford City Reds).
Tries: Forster (34) Carney (40) Barnhill (4) Withers (61) Sheridan (80)
Goals: Prescott 5
 
New Zealand Maori: 1 Clinton Toopi (Auckland Warriors); 2 Odell Manuel (Auckland Warriors), 3 Toa Kohe-Love (Warrington Wolves), 4 David Kidwell (Parramatta Eels), 5 Sean Hoppe (St.Helens); 6 Gene Ngamu (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants), 7 Hare Te Rangi (Otahuhu Leopards); 8 Paul Rauhihi (Newcastle Knights), 9 Henry Perenara (Auckland Warriors), 10 Terry Hermansson (Auckland Warriors), 11 Wairangi Koopu (Auckland Warriors), 12 Tyran Smith (Wests Tigers), 13 Tawera Nikau (Warrington Wolves).
Subs (all used):14 Martin Moana (Halifax Blue Sox) 15 Boycie Nelson (Glenora Bears) 16 Chris Nahi (Brisbane Easts) 17 Tahi Reihana (Brisbane Souths).
Tries: Nelson (52) Te Rangi (69) Koopu (78)
Goals: Perenara. Ngamu
 
Referee: Bill Harrigan (Australia)
Attendance: 3.164
Men of the Match: Ireland-Terry O'Connor Maori-Henry Perenara
 
 
 
IRELAND (10) 16 ENGLAND (12) 26
Saturday 11 November 2000
World Cup Quarter final
Headingley, Leeds
 
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Ireland: 1 Steve Prescott (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats); 2 Brian Carney (Hull FC), 3 Michael Withers (Bradford Bulls), 4 Michael Eagar (Castleford Tigers), 5 Mark Forster (Warrington Wolves); 3 Tommy Martyn (St Helens), 7 Ryan Sheridan (Leeds Rhinos); 8 Terry O'Connor (Wigan Warriors-Capt), 9 Danny Williams (Melbourne Storm), 10 Barrie McDermott (Leeds Rhinos), 11 Chris Joynt (St. Helens), 12 Kevin Campion (Brisbane Broncos), 13 Luke Ricketson (Sydney Roosters).
Subs (all used):14 Gavin Clinch (Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants) 15 David Barnhill (Leeds Rhinos) 16 Jamie Mathiou (Leeds Rhinos) 17 Paul Southern (Salford City Reds).
Tries: Withers (8, 78) Martyn (12)
Goals: Prescott 2
Sin bin: Steve Prescott (52) - holding down
On report: Barrie McDermott (45) - high tackle
 
England: 1 Paul Wellens (St Helens); 2 Chev Walker (Leeds Rhinos), 3 Kris Radlinski (Wigan Warriors), 4 Keith Senior (Leeds Rhinos), 5 Darren Rogers (Castleford Tigers); 6 Sean Long (St Helens), 7 Paul Deacon (Bradford Bulls); 8 Stuart Fielden (Bradford Bulls), 9 Paul Rowley (Halifax Blue Sox), 10 Paul Anderson (Bradford Bulls), 11 Adrian Morley (Leeds Rhinos), 12 Mike Forshaw (Bradford Bulls), 13 Andrew Farrell (C) (Wigan Warriors).
Subs (all used):14 Tony Smith (Wigan Warriors) 15 Scott Naylor (Bradford Bulls) 16 Jamie Peacock (Bradford Bulls) 17 Harvey Howard (Brisbane Broncos)
Tries: Senior (4) Peacock (39) Smith (59) Walker (69)
Goals: Farrell 5
 
Referee: Tim Mander (Australia)
Attendance: 15.405
Men of the Match: England: Stuart Fielden Ireland: Michael Withers
 
 
 
YORKSHIRE (30) 56 LANCASHIRE (0) 6
Wednesday 2 July 2003
County of Origin
Odsal Stadium, Bradford
 
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Yorkshire: 1 Leon Pryce (Bradford Bulls); 2 Mark Calderwood (Leeds Rhinos), 3 Gareth Ellis (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats), 4 Keith Senior (Leeds Rhinos), 5 David Hodgson (Wigan Warriors); 6 Chris Thorman (London Broncos), 7 Richard Horne (Hull FC); 8 Paul Anderson (Bradford Bulls), 9 Matt Diskin (Leeds Rhinos), 10 Ryan Bailey (Leeds Rhinos), 11 Lee Harland (Castleford Tigers), 12 Jamie Peacock (Bradford Bulls), 13 Ryan Hudson (Castleford Tigers-Capt).
Subs (all used): 14 Rob Burrow (Leeds Rhinos) 15 Lee Gilmour (Bradford Bulls) 16 Chev Walker (Leeds Rhinos) 17 Andy Lynch (Castleford Tigers).
Tries: Senior (6, 75) Calderwood (21) Thorman (24)
Hodgson (29) Horne (34) Ellis (46) Diskin (50) Pryce (52, 77)
Goals: Thorman 8
 
Lancashire: 1 Paul Wellens (St Helens); 2 Brian Carney (Wigan Warriors), 3 Martin Gleeson (St Helens), 4 Gary Connolly (Leeds Rhinos), 5 Paul Johnson (Wigan Warriors); 6 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds Rhinos), 7 Paul Deacon (Bradford Bulls); 8 Danny Sculthorpe (Wigan Warriors), 9 Terry Newton (Wigan Warriors), 10 Mark Hilton (Warrington Wolves), 11 Mike Forshaw (Bradford Bulls), 12 Andy Farrell (Wigan Warriors-Capt), 13 Sean O'Loughlin (Wigan Warriors).
Subs (all used): 14 Steve Prescott (Hull FC) 15 Martin Aspinwall (Wigan Warriors) 16 Keiron Cunningham (St Helens) 17 Danny Tickle (Wigan Warriors).
Try: O'Loughlin
Goal: Farrell
 
Referee: Karl Kirkpatrick (Warrington)
Attendance: 8,258
Men of the Match: Yorkshire-Chris Thorman; Lancashire-Andy Farrell
 
 **RLPhotos.com
 
 
Many thanks to Alex Service and the Saints Heritage Society
*Photos kindly supplied by Hull Daily Mail 
**Photos kindly supplied by Dave Williams at RLPhotos.com

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