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Bryn Evans (rugby league) Wikipedia
Bryn Evans was a professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1920s, and 1930s, playing at representative level for Great Britain, England and Lancashire, and at club level for Swinton, as a stand-off/five-eighth, or scrum-half/halfback, i.e. numbers 6, or 7.
Bryn Evans won caps for England while at Swinton in 1930 against Other Nationalities, in 1932 against Wales (2 matches), 1933 against Australia, and won caps for Great Britain while at Swinton in 1927 against New Zealand, in 1928 against New Zealand, in 1929-30 against Australia, in 1932 against Australia (2 matches), and New Zealand (3 matches), and in 1933 against Australia (2 matches).
Bryn Evans played scrum-half/halfback in Swinton's 0–17 defeat by St Helens Recs in the 1923 Lancashire County Cup Final during the 1923–24 season at Central Park, Wigan on Saturday 24 November 1923, played scrum-half/halfback, and scored a try in the 15–11 victory over Wigan in the 1925 Lancashire County Cup Final during the 1925–26 season at the Cliff, Broughton, Salford on Wednesday 9 December 1925 (postponed from Saturday 21 November 1925 due to fog), played scrum-half/halfback in the 5–2 victory over Wigan in the 1927 Lancashire County Cup Final during the 1927–28 season at Watersheddings, Oldham on Saturday 19 November 1927, and played scrum-half/halfback, and was captain in the 8-10 defeat by Salford in the 1931 Lancashire County Cup Final during the 1931–32 season at Watersheddings, Oldham on Saturday 21 November 1931.
Bryn Evans was the brother of the rugby league footballer, Jack Evans.
Bryn Evans was the landlord of the Royal Oak, 536 Bolton Road, Pendlebury.