Warrington Wolves - Hall of Fame Inductees

Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Jack Fish 1898 to 1911
  • Ernest "Ernie" Brookes 1902 to 1920
  • George Thomas 1903 to 1914
  • Frank Shugars 1904 to 1912
  • James "Jim" Tranter 1911 to 1928
  • Arthur Skelhorne 1911 to 1925
  • William "Billy" Cunliffe 1914 to 1930
  • Joseph "Joe" "Jack" 'Cod' Miller 1926 to 1946
  • Thomas "Tommy" 'Tubby' Thompson 1927 to 1934
  • William "Billy" Dingsdale 1928 to 1940
  • William "Bill" Shankland 1931 to 1938
  • John "Jack" Arkwright (Snr) 1934 to 1945
  • Harold Palin 1936 and 1947 to 1951
  • Albert Johnson 1939 to 1951
  • Gerry Helme 1945 to 1957
  • Brian Bevan 1945 to 1962
  • Robert "Bob" Ryan 1945 to 1958
  • James "Jim" Featherstone 1946 to 1953
  • Harry Bath 1948 to 1957
  • Albert Naughton 1949 to 1961
  • Eric Fraser 1951 to 1964
  • Laurence "Laurie" Gilfedder 1951 to 1963
  • James "Jim" Challinor 1952 to 1963
  • Raymond "Ray" Price 1953 to 1957
  • Bobby Greenhough 1957 to 1966
  • William "Willie" Aspinall 1962 to 1971
  • Parry Gordon 1963 to 1981
  • Derek Whitehead 1969 to 1979
  • John Bevan 1973 to 1986
  • Dave Chisnall 1971 to 1975, 1981 to 1984
  • Kenneth "Ken" Kelly 1977 to 1987
  • Michael "Mike" Gregory 1982 to 1994

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