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Martin Bayfield

Memories of an England Legend

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Simon Hogg

It was fantastic playing for Bristol. I felt fortunate I was brought up in Bristol and I was able to play for my home club with a lot of good players, throughout the ‘80s mainly.

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Mike Ellery

I’ve some great memories from my twelve years at the club

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Roger Swaffield

My favourite memory was the game against London Welsh

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Moya Tyler

David played for Bristol in the ‘60s and ‘70s. He started off as a centre, went to winger and then played most games at full back full back. He also played over 50 games for Somerset as well as Western Counties – including when they beat Australia here in the Memorial Ground - and he was also an England trialist. I watched nearly every game he played. My Dad used to play and my son has played at the Memorial Ground as well; I worked here for 20 years – so I think I know a fair bit about Bristol rugby!

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Andy Blackmore

I made my debut playing for Bristol in ‘84; it was fantastic because I was born in Bristol

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Malcolm Baker

So many great memories of playing for both Aretians and Bristol

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Michael Pegler

My best memory was being picked to play for Bristol for the very first time – a great honour.

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Phil Adams

It’s very special when you come back to the Memorial Ground – great memories. I was absolutely delighted to have the privilege of playing for Bristol.

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Dave Woodward

One of my favourite playing memories was when I scored a try at Twickenham against Harlequins – that was something very special.

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Richie Myler

The extremes of emotion encountered as a professional Rugby League player

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Alastair Brindle

Brian Bevan - the greatest try scorer

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Alastair Brindle

The novelty of daylight training!

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Lee Stephens

"Dead-shot Bootle," Brian Glover, Willie Aspinall and a very young Parry Gordon

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Rocky Turner

A tough introduction to the game

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Lee Briers

2009 Challenge Cup Semi-final

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Tyrone McCarthy

Watching at Wilderspool and winning at Wembley

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Paul Cullen

My first team debut and the last game at Wilderspool

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Mike Crump

Kicking your best ever penalty!

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Leroy Cudjoe

My greatest memory for Huddersfield Giants was winning the play off game at Warrington in 2010 by scoring a 90metre interception in the final moments of the game.

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Michael Lawrence

One my best huddersfield giants memories is making my debut against Warrington Wolves back in 2007 as a 17 year old and beating them!

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Robbie Hunter-Paul

My greatest memory for both the Giants and the Bulls would be walking out wearing the clubs colours in the Challenge Cup final.

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Leeds Rugby Foundation are supporting the Leeds Care Homes Project

Brian McDermott - Head Coach - Leeds Rhinos

To support the Leeds Care Homes project, the Head Coach of the current World Rugby League Club Champions shares his favourite memory

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