Records and Player Facts

 
Moseley Club Records (League rugby)
Points (League games)
Most team points in a league season
785 (2005-6, The Championship season), previously 665 (2004-5)
 
Most individual points in a league season
328 - Oliver Thomas (2004-5)
 
Most individual league points in a career
1007 - Oliver Thomas (2002-7) and counting!
 
Most individual league points in a match
28 - Oliver Thomas, v Nottingham, April 2007 (Previously  27 Simon Hodgkinson v London Irish April 1995 (H))
 
Biggest league winning points margin (Home)
44 point margin. 47-3 v Barking December 2005; (previously 40-0 (40) v Rosslyn Park,  October 2004 and 44 - 9 (35) v Fylde, April 1998.)
 
Biggest league winning points margin (Away)
32 point Margin. 7 - 39 v. Sedgley Park, January 2004; previously 13 - 42 v. Wakefield, March 1997
 
Most points scored in a league game (Home)
51 points. Moseley 51 Sedgley Tigers 17, March 2009 - (previously 50 points; v Esher, April 2008,  49 v Harrogate, October 2004, & 48, v Rotherham, April 1997)
 
Most points scored in a league game  (Away)
50 points v Manchester, April 2009 previously 46 points. v Coventry, December 1998 and v Waterloo September 2000
 
Most points conceded in a league game (Home)
87 points. v Richmond, October 1996
 
Most points conceded in a league game  (Away)
102 v Rotherham, October 2003 (previously 88 v Newcastle, March 1997)
 
Biggest league losing points margin (Home)
72 v Richmond, (15 - 87), October 1996
 
Biggest league losing points margin  (Away)
99 v Rotherham (102 - 3), Oct. 2003 (previously 69 v Newcastle 19-88, March 1997)
 
Tries (League games)
Most team tries in a league season
83 (1999-2000)
 
Most individual tries in a league season
20 - Nathan Bressington 2005/6. (previously James Aston 18, 2003-4)
 
Most team tries scored in a league match
9 - vs. Sale (4 April 1992)
 
Most tries conceded in a league match
14 - v Newcastle (A) March 1997 and v Richmond (H) October 1996
 
Most individual league tries in a career
60 - Nathan Bressington, September 2004 to May 2009 (and counting) (previously 32 - Darragh O'Mahony 1997-98)
 
Most individual tries in a league match
4 - Nathan Bressington v Harrogate in 2005/06, and Callum Macburnie v Bees in 2009/10;  - (previously 3, by Peter Shillingford (v Wasps Feb 1988), Dave Spiller (v Sale, April 1992), Darragh O'Mahony, (three times; v Nottingham, Feb. 1997; Waterloo, Feb. 1998; & v Fylde, April 1998), Peter Buxton (v Coventry, March 2000), Geoff Gregory (v London Welsh, December 2001), Richard Protherough (v Henley, March 2002), James Aston (v Bracknell Feb. 2004), Dean Bick (v Harrogate, October 2005)
 
 
Conversions (League games)
 
Most league conversions in a season
49 - Ollie Thomas 2005/06 (previously Ollie Thomas 48, 2004-5)
 
Most conversions in a league match
6 - Richard le Bas (vs. Rotherham, April 1997)
 
Most league conversions in a career
155 - Oliver Thomas (2002-7)
 
Penalties (League games)
Most league penalties in a career
204- Oliver Thomas (2002-7)
 
Most league penalties in a season
64 Oliver Thomas (2004-5)
 
Most penalties in a league match
8 - Alistair Kerr (vs. Waterloo, February 1996)
 
Drop Goals (League games)
Most league drop goals in a career
10 Oliver Thomas (2002-7)
 
Most league drop goals in a season
7 Oliver Thomas (2004-5)
 
Most drop goals in a league match
2 - Alistair Kerr (v Plymouth, February 1996), Andy Houston (v Blackheath, November 1995), Matt Jones (v Orrell, October 1997)
 
Appearances (League games)
Most league appearances (and most league appearances by a back)
282 Andy Binns (1994 to 1 May 2009)
 
Most league appearances by a forward
194 Richard Stott (to 1 May 2009) (previously Richard Protherough, 110)
 
Most consecutive appearances (and most by a back)

90 - Gareth Taylor February 2003 until injury in preseason in August 2006.

 
Most consecutive appearances by a forward

65 - Mark Evans - 1.11.03 17.2.06 (Previously 32 Mark Linnett 3.11.92 - 1.10.94)

 
Sequences (League games)
Consecutive scoring league matches
Scoring tries - 5 (Darragh O'Mahony),    Scoring points - 18 Ollie Thomas (2005/06)
 
Most consecutive league victories
13 - 17 Jan 2006 to 22 April 2006 (previously 6,  2004-5)

Moseley Club Records (Cup rugby)

Cup Records
Winners: 1982 (Jointly with Gloucester)
Finalists: 1972, 1979
Semi-finalists: 1981, 1988, 1990 (Quarter finals 1975, 77, 87, 91, 93, 94)
Biggest Home Cup Win: 79-10 v Liverpool St Helens (1997)
Biggest Away Cup Win: 33 points (10-43) vs Bridgwater & Albion (2009) (previously  30 points 3-33 vs. West Hartlepool - 1985)
Biggest losing Margin: 76 - 6 v Plymouth (Away) April 2005
Most individual points in a cup match 24 John Liley v Liverpool St Helens (1997)
 
Players Who Played in Two Finals
Malcolm Swain - 1972, 1979
Derek Nutt - 1979, 1982
Gary Cox - 1979, 1982
Nick Jeavons - 1979, 1982
Martin Cooper - 1979, 1982
 

Moseley Player Facts (Internationals)

 
70 players who have won International caps have played for Moseley. Thirty-three of those players won their caps while playing for the club.
Four Moseley players have captained England: J. F. Byrne, W. L. Bunting, P. Cranmer and C. W. McFadyean.
In 1972-73 there were 7 internationals on the Moseley team.
Moseley's most-capped international players who won their caps while playing for the club are Nigel Horton and Nick Jeavons with 14 caps each. Colin McFadyean won 11 caps while playing for Moseley. Mike Teague won 27 caps overall, 5 of them while playing for Moseley in 1992-93.
Several Moseley players have represented the British Lions: Colin McFadyean in 1966, Mike Coulman in 1968 and Mike Teague in 1989 and 1993. Nigel Horton (1979) and Nick Jeavons (1983) toured with the Lions but did not represent them in a Test, Horton being injured early in the Tour and Jeavons joining the Tour late as a replacement.
G. V. Evers toured with the British Isles to Australia in 1899, playing in 4 Tests, but he did not win an England international cap.
J. F. Byrne toured South Africa with the Lions in 1895-96, playing in all four Tests.
Jan Webster represented England in South Africa (1972) and New Zealand (1973) and played in the one Test that took place in both countries. England won both games and became the only country in the Five Nations at that time to defeat both countries in Internationals overseas.
Several international players joined Moseley in 1996-97, winning caps while playing for the club. Al Charron became Moseley's first Canadian international, Ian Smith the first Moseley player to represent Scotland, and Steve Moore the first to represent Wales, while at the club
Moseley England Internationals - Full listing
 

Moseley Player Facts - Misc.

 
In the 1971-72 season, Sam Doble scored a then-world record 581 points.
In 1990 Gary Cox, a former club captain and England Under-23 hooker, announced his retirement from rugby after making 440 1st XV appearances for Moseley. He subsequently came out of retirement at the Club's request to help out in various emergencies and reached 458 appearances, beating the record of another hooker and club captain Don Lane, who made 450 1st XV appearances.
Moseley Hookers Dean Bick (14) and Adam Caves (8) together scored 22 tries in the 2005/06 promotion season
 

Moseley Facts Season by Season

 
Season  - Most Points - Most Tries
92-93 - 40 Bob Massey - 3 Nick Parry & Bob Massey

93-94 - 83 Simon Hodgkinson - 5 Mark Linett

94-95 - 156 Simon Hodgkinson - 2 by 6 players

95-96 - 172 Alastair Kerr - 7 Alastair Kerr

96-97 - 177 Richard Le Bas - 15 Darragh O'Mahoney

97-98 - 178  Matt Jones - 17 Darragh O'Mahoney

98-99 - 85 Andy Binns - 9 Marcus Cook

99-00 - 181 Owen Doyle - 11 Peter Buckton

00-01 - 181 Ben Harvey - 6 Andy Gray & Rod Martin

01-02 - 126 Lee Hinton - 7 R Protherough

02-03 - 123 Stephen Nutt - 7 Geoff Gregory & J Hinkins

03-04 - 151 Ollie Thomas - 18 James Aston

04-05 - 328 Ollie Thomas - 16 Nathan Bressington

05-06 - 253 Ollie Thomas - 20 Nathan Bressington

06-07 - 285 Ollie Thomas - 8 Nathan Bressington

07-08 - 75 Matt Jones - 9 Dan Norton


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hit Counter

since Oct 13th 2006

 

moseleyrugby.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Homepage

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hit Counter

moseleyrugby.co.uk