1908–09 St Helens RLFC season

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1908–09 St Helens RLFC season
1908-09 Northern Rugby Football Union season Rank 17th
Challenge Cup First round
1908-1909 record Wins: 11; Draws: 3; Losses: 15
Points scored For: 312; Against: 421
1907-08 List of seasons 1909-10 >

The 1908-1909 St Helens R.F.C. season was the club's 14th in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 35th in their history. The club finished 17th out of 27 in the NRFU Championship.[1] In the Lancashire League that ran concurrent to the national championship, St Helens finished eighth. In the Challenge Cup, the club were knocked out in the first round by Halifax.[2]

NRFU Championship[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA Pts Pct
1 Wigan 32 28 0 4 706 207 56 87.50
2 Halifax 34 28 1 5 526 174 57 83.82
3 Oldham 32 26 0 6 488 176 52 81.25
4 Batley 32 23 3 6 412 176 49 76.56
5 Huddersfield 34 21 3 10 504 292 45 66.17
6 Wakefield Trinity 31 20 1 10 471 318 41 66.12
7 Salford 32 20 1 11 455 309 41 64.06
8 Merthyr Tydfil 18 11 1 6 184 156 23 63.88
9 Broughton Rangers 32 19 1 12 420 330 39 60.93
10 Warrington 32 18 2 12 473 266 38 59.37
11 Runcorn 28 16 1 11 271 191 33 58.92
12 Hunslet 32 18 1 13 361 299 37 57.81
13 Hull 34 19 1 14 487 366 39 57.35
14 Ebbw Vale 24 12 1 11 249 269 25 52.08
15 Leeds 32 15 1 16 398 355 31 48.43
16 Hull Kingston Rovers 32 14 1 17 429 423 29 45.31
17 St. Helens 28 11 3 14 312 421 25 44.64
18 York 32 13 1 18 394 510 27 42.18
19 Dewsbury 30 12 1 17 350 324 25 41.66
20 Keighley 30 12 1 17 338 355 25 41.66
21 Leigh 28 11 0 17 214 308 22 39.28
22 Swinton 32 11 1 20 258 440 23 35.93
23 Bradford Northern 32 11 0 21 324 451 22 34.37
24 Mid-Rhondda 18 5 1 12 111 214 11 30.55
25 Rochdale Hornets 30 8 2 20 195 384 18 30.00
26 Barrow 32 9 1 22 245 507 19 29.69
27 Widnes 28 6 3 19 197 359 15 26.78
28 Treherbert 18 4 1 13 81 212 9 25.00
29 Barry 18 3 0 15 76 445 6 16.66
30 Bramley 26 3 0 23 162 582 6 11.53
31 Aberdare 17 1 0 16 134 406 2 5.88

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1907-1908 League Tables". Saints heritage Society. 2010-12-05. Retrieved 2010-12-17.
  2. ^ "Challenge Cup Role of Honour". BBC. 2006-08-26. Retrieved 2009-07-11.