Stats Top Tens

Hull FC are fortunate enough to have had numerous stars adorn their colours, turf and club over their illustrious 152 year history.

From early year stars such as Joe Oliver and Ned Rogers, to 50s icons such as Mick Scott and Johnny Whiteley and to modern day legends – yes legends – Kirk Yeaman and Richard Horne.

Such is their esteem many are record holders, cult heroes and members of the hall of fame. Below are Hull FC’s top ten appearance makers, try scorers, goal kickers, drop goals, and point scorers.

Ned Rogers Hull FC

Ned Rogers was a Challenge Cup winner with Hull FC and is our all-time appearance maker.

Top Ten Appearance Makers

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Name Position Era

Apps

1 Ned Rogers Utility Back 1906-25

500

2 Mick Scott Prop 1949-63

459

3 Harold Bowman Prop 1921-34

451

4 Tommy Harris Hooker 1950-62

443

5 Joe Oliver Centre 1928-38 &

1943-45

426

6 Johnny Whiteley Loose Man 1950-65

417

7 Ivor Watts Wing 1945-59

410

8 Brian Hancock Stand-Off 1967-80

410

9 Eddie Caswell Scrum Half 1919-31

401

10 Richard Horne Stand-Off 1999-2014

387

Clive Sullivan Hull FC

Clive Sullivan’s incredible try record may never be broken.

Top Ten Try Scorers

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Name Position Era Tries
1 Clive Sullivan Wing 1961-74, 1981-83 & 1984-85 250
2 Ivor Watts Wing 1945-59 216
3 Kirk Yeaman Centre 2000-2016 176
4 Alfred Francis Wing TBC 166
5 Bob Taylor Second Row 1920-29 164
6 Johnny Whiteley Loose Man 1950-65 156
7 Joe Oliver Centre 1928-38 & 1943-45 156
8 Billy Stone Wing 1919-25 149
9 Richard Horne Stand-Off 1999-2014 134
10 Tommy Finn Scrum Half 1954-65 132

JOE OLIVER HULL FC

Joe Oliver is considered by many to be one of the greatest ever players to ever play for Hull FC.

Top Ten Goal Kickers

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Name Position Era Goals
1 Joe Oliver Centre 1928-38 & 1943-45 687
2 John Maloney Centre 1965-71 & 1972-73 674
3 Colin Hutton Fullback 1951-57 631
4 Danny Tickle Second Row 2007-2013 572
5 Freddie Miller Fullback 1933-49 558
6 Peter Bateson Fullback 1957-62 542
7 Ned Rodgers Utility Back 1906-25 533
8 Jim Kennedy Centre 1915-26 523
9 Paul Eastwood Wing 1985-94 496
10 Lee Crooks Second Row 1980-87 389

Greg Mackey Hull FC

You beauty! Greg Mackey kicked six drop goals for Hull FC and was a Premiership winner, earning the Harry Sunderland trophy as Man of the Match.

Top Ten Drop Goals

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Name Position Era DG
1 Brian Hancock Stand-Off 1967-80 18
2 Marc Sneyd Scrum Half 2015- Present 16
3 Gary Divorty Loose Man 1983-89 & 1995-97 13
4 Steve Norton Loose Man 1978-87 11
5 Lee Crooks Second Row 1980-87 11
6 Chris Davidson Scrum Half 1964-78 8
7 Richard Horne Stand-Off 1999-2014 7
8 Greg Mackey Stand-Off 1989-92 6
9 Steve McNamara Second Row 1989-96 5
10 Paul Cooke Loose Man 1999-2007 4

LEE CROOKS HULL FC

Lee Crooks in action for Hull FC, he was an 80s icon.

Top Ten Point Scorers

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Name Position Era Points
1 Joe Oliver Centre 1928-38 & 1943-45 1998
2 John Maloney Centre 1965-71 & 1972-73 1500
3 Ned Rogers Utility Back 1906-25 1478
4 Paul Eastwood Wing 1985-94 1464
5 Colin Hutton Fullback 1951-57 1354
6 Danny Tickle Second Row 2007-2013 1333
7 Jim Kennedy Centre 1915-26 1318
8 Freddie Miller Fullback 1933-49 1208
9 Peter Bateson Fullback 1957-62 1104
10 Clive Sullivan Wing 1961-74, 1981-83 & 1984-85 1000

N.B. Dan has given his best effort to ensure all these stats are correct. If you feel there are any errors feel free to notify us.

Point Scorers are ALL based on the mathematics of four points for a try, two for a goal and one for a drop goal. There are no three point try scorers allocated.