Roger Millward, British rugby league player, Died at 68

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Roger Millward was born on September 16, 1947, and died on May 3, 2016.

He was an English former rugby league footballer and coach of the mid to late 20th century.

Roger achieved a high level of prominence in the sport in England by playing for Hull Kingston Rovers and Castleford, as well as representing Great Britain.

He was inducted into the Rugby League Hall of Fame.

Roger was awarded the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 1983.

Before his death, he resided with his wife Carol in Kippax, near Leeds and is employed as a Premises Manager by Royds Specialist Language College, near Rothwell Sports Centre.

Regardless of removing all ties from rugby league after leaving Hull KR he still attends rugby league matches, mainly those involving his home town club Castleford.

Roger Millward passed away at 68 yrs old.

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