Wakefield Win Cup 1962

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    Title reads: "WAKEFIELD WINS THE CUP".

    Wembley Stadium, London.

    Rugby League match. Teams walking out onto the pitch - Wakefield Trinity and Huddersfield. Crowds. M/S captains in middle with referee (Smales is Huddersfield captain and Turner is Wakefield captain). Turner spins the coin. Crowd.

    Huddersfield kick off from left to right. Various shots of match, intercut with shots of crowd. Wakefield Trinity win by 12 points to 6. Many of points scored by Neil Fox.

    M/S Derek Turner having led his men up to the royal box receives the Challenge Cup. M/S Turner holds the cup aloft. M/S Crowds cheering. M/S Turner holding the cup up, two of his team mates lift him onto their shoulders.

    Wakefield Trinity players include: B. Briggs, A. Firth, Neil Fox, K. Hirst, K. Holliday, Alan Skene, F. Smith.

    Huddersfield players include: M. Clarke, H. Deighton, F. Dyson, R. Haywood, E. Slevin and T. Smales.

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    01:50:40:00 / 01:53:25:00
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    Rugby League Challenge at Wembley
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