Neil Fox MBE

Inducted into the Hall of Fame - 1989


Born: 4 May 1939; Wakefield, West Yorkshire


Position: Centre


Career Dates: 1956-79


Clubs: Wakefield, Bradford, Hull KR, York, Bramley, Huddersfield

Neil Fox represented a plethora of sides in his Rugby League career, though is perhaps best known for two spells with Wakefield Trinity, appearing nearly 500 times for them. He made 30 appearances on the international stage for England and Great Britain and his career spanned 23 years, from 1956-1979.

Although know as one of the best goal-kickers in the game (he scored 93 international goals and scored 228 points for Great Britain) Fox also has an impressive try-scoring record for a non-winger, having scored touched down 358 times.