Albert Rosenfeld

Inducted into the Hall of Fame - 1988


Born: 1885; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


Died: 1970


Position: Wing


Career Dates: 1909-24


Clubs: Eastern Suburbs, Huddersfield, Wakefield, Bradford

Albert Rosenfeld started his career playing for Eastern Suburbs in Australia, making his way into the Australian national team. It is lucky he did, as it was on tour that he met his future English wife, and joined Huddersfield.


He scored a record 77 tries in the 1911-12 season, and bettered it by scoring 80 two seasons later.


During his time at Huddersfield, Rosenfeld won 17 major competitions, and by the time his career ended, after spells with Wakefield Trinity and Bradford Northern, he had scored 386 tries in 378 matches.