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W. Bobby Whiteley (born 1871 in Wortley, Leeds — death unknown) was a rugby union footballer who played in the 1890s, playing at representative level for England, and at club level for Bramley, as a Forward, e.g. Front row, Lock, or Back row. Prior to Tuesday 2 June 1896, Bramley was a rugby union club.


International honours

Bobby Whiteley won a cap for England while at Bramley in the 1896 Home Nations Championship against Wales at Rectory Field, Blackheath, London.

Change of Code

When Bramley converted from the rugby union code to the rugby league code on Tuesday 2 June 1896, Bobby Whiteley would have been approximately 25 years of age. Consequently, he may have been both a rugby union and rugby league footballer for Bramley.


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