Tom Fox (rugby league)

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Tom "Tommy" Fox (birth unknown – death unknown) was a professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1930s. He played at club level for the Featherstone Rovers (Heritage No. 104). [1]

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Playing career

Tom Fox made his début for the Featherstone Rovers on Saturday 3 October 1931. [2]

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References

  1. Bailey, Ron (1956). The Official History Of Featherstone Rovers R.L.F.C.. Wakefield Express. ASIN: B00O1TLDPC
  2. Bailey, Ron (20 September 2001). Images of Sport - Featherstone Rovers Rugby League Football Club. The History Press. ISBN   0752422952