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Most goals in a match:
22 by Jim Sullivan vs Flimby & Fothergill, 14 February 1925

Most goals in a Super League match:
12 by Pat Richards vs Hull KR, 1 April 2013

Most tries in a match:
10 by Martin Offiah vs Leeds, 10 May 1992
10 by Shaun Edwards vs Swinton, 29 September 1992

Most points in a match:
44 by Jim Sullivan vs Flimby & Fothergill, 14th February 1925

Most goals in a season:
186 by Frano Botica, 1994 -1995

Most goals in a regular Super League season:
164 by Andrew Farrell, 2001

Most tries in a season:
62 by Johnny Ring, 1925 - 1926

Most tries in a regular Super League season:
29 by Pat Richards, 2010

Most points in a season:
462 by Pat Richards, 2010

Most points in a regular Super League season:
388 by Andrew Farrel, 2001 and Pat Richards, 2010

Most career goals:
2317 by Jim Sullivan, 1921 - 1946

Most career tries:
478 by Billy Boston, 1953 - 1968

Most career points:
4883 by Jim Sullivan, 1921- 1946

Most career appearances:
774 by Jim Sullivan, 1921 - 1946


Biggest victory:
116-0 vs Flimby & Fothergill, 14 February 1925

Biggest Super League victory:
84-6 vs Hull KR, 1 April 2013


Highest attendance:
47,747 vs St Helens , 27 March 1959

Highest Super League attendance (also Super League record crowd):
25,004 vs St Helens , 25 March 2005


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