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Jack Fish was one of Rugby League’s superstars in the sport’s early years. He was signed by Warrington in 1898, and soon established himself in the first team. He played in four Challenge Cup Finals, and scored both tries when Warrington beat Hull KR 6–0 in 1905. He captained the team in 1907 when they beat Oldham 17–3 in the Final.
As well as playing 321 games for Warrington, he made 16 appearances for Lancashire and was capped three times by England. He scored a phenomenal 215 tries and kicked 262 goals for the Wire. He is still the only player to score 200 tries and kick 200 goals for Warrington.
As well as playing for Warrington, he coached the team that reached the 1928 Challenge Cup Final. He lived in the town until he died in 1940.
This authorised biography is a comprehensive record of Warrington’s first superstar. It also provides a vivid portrait of the club’s early years in the Northern Union, including their move to Wilderspool. It will be of interest to everyone interested in the history of rugby league.
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