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Ronald Evans (rugby league)

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Name  Ronald Evans

Ronald "Ron" Evans (birth registered April→June 1933 — 31 October 2010 (aged 77)) birth registered in Pontefract district, was an English professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1950s, and 1960s, playing at club level for Wakefield Trinity, and Castleford as a scrum-half/halfback, i.e. number 7, he died in Castleford.


Club career

Ron Evans made his début for Wakefield Trinity during November 1950, he appears to have scored no drop-goals (or field-goals as they are currently known in Australasia), but prior to the 1974–75 season all goals, whether; conversions, penalties, or drop-goals, scored 2-points, consequently prior to this date drop-goals were often not explicitly documented, therefore '0' drop-goals may indicate drop-goals not recorded, rather than no drop-goals scored.

Genealogical information

Ron Evans' marriage to Irene (née Robinson) was registered during April→June 1955 in Pontefract district They had children; Gary Evans (birth registered April→June 1960 (age 56–57) in Wakefield district). Ron Evans was the brother-in-law of the rugby league footballer Don Robinson.


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