Wigan RFLC

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The Ancient and Honourable Wigan RFLC (Royal Fucking Lucky Club) has its roots in the Great Schism of 1842, when sportsmen the length and bredth of England spent a long summer contemplating their own and other peoples balls. Until this time games were played with balls of all sizes, shapes and colours.

It was decided that all of the balls should be placed into a large cloth sack (called a ballbag and that each team in turn would come and choose a ball that they would play with, some two. The then Wigan RFLC Manager choose an oval (or Testicle) ball, which the club has used ever since. In 1984 it was decided to change from the original silk ball to one made of leather.

Wigan RFLC currently play in the The Super League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

edit Club History

The club did not do History, it did Biology, but it failed. And anyway experience is better than qualifications.....

edit Players

  • Stomkins
  • Daz 'the soap you can believe in' Goulding
  • Chicken George
  • Chicken Little
  • Postman Pat
  • Deacon Blue
  • Lulu
  • Noel Fielding
  • Big Mac
  • Igor
  • Triple H
  • Brother Joel
  • Skeletor
  • John Prescott
  • Ring-tailed Lima
  • Atticus Finch
  • The Hoff
  • Famous Bob
  • Barrel O'Carroll
  • Mick Hucknall
  • Tucson, AZ
  • Smarsh
  • Tyrone Dobbs
  • Father Jack Hackett
  • Head Coach: Father Dougal McGuire
  • Chairman: Ian Fucking Lenegan

edit Trophy Haulage

Wigan RFLC is well known as quite a successful team, having twice won the Wigan-wide cup, despite fierce competion, within the last 40 years. Within the famous Trophy Cupboard Wigan RFLC also have acquired two buttons, a cabbage (stolen from Saint Helens) and a picture of Leonard Nimoy.

edit See also

The FA Premier League
Glory Hunters Manchester Red Sox Ltd. FA Premier League
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