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Who was Mick Crane?
“Mike” or “Mick” Crane In the 1970s and 1980s, was a professional rugby league football player. During the era of contested scrums, he represented Great Britain at the international level and competed at the club level for Hull F.C. (twice), Leeds, and Hull Kingston Rovers as a center, second-row, or loose forward, i.e., number 3 or 4, 11 or 12, or 13.
1970 was Crane’s debut for Hull F.C. Crane played loose forward and scored two tries in Hull FC’s 13-19 loss to Widnes in the 1975–76 Player’s No. 6 Trophy Final on January 24, 1976, at Headingley Rugby Stadium in Leeds.
On January 23, 1982, at Headingley Rugby Stadium in Leeds, Crane played left-second-row, or number 11, in the 12–4 victory over Hull Kingston Rovers in the 1981–82 John Player Trophy Final.
In December 1977, Crane was moved from Hull F.C. to Leeds. Crane participated as a loose forward in Leeds’ 14-12 triumph over St. Helens in the 1977–78 Challenge Cup Final on Saturday, May 13, 1978, at Wembley Stadium in London. He transferred to Hull Kingston Rovers in November 1979.