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It was particularly inappropriate that it happened on Parker's watch, as he was regarded as such a gentleman on and off the pitch.

He even discussed with his captain, Chris Hesketh, whether to take the British team off the field, and only decided to stay out there because, with a belligerent crowd, it was deemed safer to carry on."Reg said: 'If it continues, you're coming off.

Otherwise someone's going to get badly hurt,'" Hesketh recalled in the recent book on Western Division's turbulent 1974 season, The Night the Music Died by Ian Heads.

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The strategy aims to implement new ways of working, meaning more people in our community will be cared for closer to, or in, their own homes, and fewer people will need to go to a hospital for specialist treatment.

This will be done by: Progress to date Great progress has already been made, from a reduction in hospital referrals, through to patients not needing to travel as far through the use of ‘tele-health’ video technology.

He went on to play 241 games for Barrow, scoring 39 tries and winning one cap each for Lancashire and England.

In 1958 he was sold to Wakefield Trinity for £800 before finishing his playing days with Blackpool Borough.

By then he was prominent on rugby league's national stage.

He was the Borough's representative on the policy-making Rugby League Council, where he was a strong and influential voice on behalf of the smaller clubs.You can read more about the progress to date by scrolling down to our news stories below.Reg Parker had a notable rugby league career as a player, but a much longer one as a greatly respected elder statesman of the game.Led by Willie Horne, the legendary stand-off recently elevated into the Rugby League Hall of Fame, however, they won the final for the first time in their history by a relatively comfortable 21-12.Parker was also in the team that lost to Leeds in the final of 1957.As a lanky second-rower with Barrow his finest hour was undoubtedly the 1955 Challenge Cup final at Wembley, which was almost a local derby against Workington Town.

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