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Records

Record Victory – 112–0 vs Swinton Lions 20 May 2011
Record Defeat – 0–80 vs St. Helens 04/01/1996
Record Attendance – 102,569 vs Halifax (Played at Odsal Stadium, Bradford) 5 May 1954

Most Goals in a Game – 16 – Lee Briers vs Swinton Lions 20 May 2011
Most Tries in a Game – 7 – Brian Bevan vs Leigh 29/03/49; & Brian Bevan vs Bramley 27 April 1953
Most Points in a Game – 44 (16 goals, 3 tries) – Lee Briers vs Swinton Lions 20 May 2011
Most Goals in a Season – 170 (inc 13 drop-goals) – Steve Hesford 1978/79
Most Tries in a Season – 66 – Brian Bevan 1952/53
Most Points in a Season – 363 – Harry Bath 1952/53

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