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French played at international level in both codes. He won four caps for England in rugby union in 1961 as a lock forward. Then he moved to rugby league as a second-row, and then played for his home town club, St. Helens, afterwards going on to play at Widnes.
French played for England at both union and league levels and represented the England national rugby union team in all four matches of the 1961 Five Nations Championship. After switching to rugby league, he played at his home town club St Helens, before a spell at Widnes.
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Everyone will have their own favourite. Ellery Hanley showed why he would become one of the greatest rugby league players in the world the day he danced down the Headingley touchline in Bradford Northern's 1983 Challenge Cup semi-final defeat by Featherstone. Hanley's try had all the ingredients; acceleration, deception and pace as he raced away from the Rovers cover.
A summary of the career stats for Ray French, a rugby league player who represented and Great Britain. Raymond James French. Saturday, 23rd December, 1939. Current Age. 79 years and 100 days. St Helens, Merseyside, England.