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Trevor Skerrett


Trevor Skerrett

Trevor Skerrett
Personal information
Full name Trevor Skerrett
Born January–March 1953 (age 60–61)
Leeds district
Playing information
Position Prop, Second-row
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1974–80 Wakefield Trinity 203
1980–≥86 Hull
≤1986–≥87 Leeds
≤1987–≥88 Keighley
Total 203 0 0 0 0
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1978–84 Wales 7 0 0 0 0
1979–82 Great Britain 10 0 0 0 0

Trevor Skerrett (born January–March 1953 (age 60–61) in Leeds district[1]) is a professional rugby league footballer of the 1970s and '80s playing at representative level has played for Great Britain, and Wales, and at club level for Wakefield Trinity, Hull, Leeds, and Keighley, as a Prop, or Second-row, i.e. number 8 or 10, or, 11 or 12.[2]

Playing career

International honours

Trevor Skerrett won caps for Wales while at Wakefield Trinity in 1978 against Australia, in 1979 against France, and England, in 1980 against France, and while at Hull in 1981 against France, and England, in 1984 against England, and won caps for Great Britain while at Wakefield Trinity in 1979 against Australia (2 matches), and New Zealand (2 matches), and while at Hull in 1980 against New Zealand (2 matches), in 1981 against France (2 matches), and in 1982 against Australia (2 matches).[3]

In addition to the above Test Matches, Trevor Skerrett played Left-Second-row, i.e. number 11 in Great Britain's 7-8 defeat to France in the friendly at Stadio Pierluigi Penzo, Venice on Saturday 31 July 1982.

Challenge Cup final appearances

Trevor Skerrett played Right-Prop, i.e. number 10 in Wakefield Trinity's 3-12 defeat to Widnes in the 1978–79 Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 5 May 1979.[4]


External links

  • International Statistics at
  • Statistics at
  • Great Britain v France friendly at
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