All of the images on this page are digital images of the print. The actual prints are hand signed by the player and numbered, with each print limited to 500 copies.


The signed Tom van Vollenhoven print No.12 is shown in the image below. More images of print signatures can be seen on the contact us page and you can see the signed prints, framed and hanging at the George Hotel, Huddersfield.

Each print is approximatly 592 x 420mm (23.5 x 16.5 inches) and hangs horizontal except for the Vollenhoven print which is slightly bigger at 640mm x 480mm (25 x 19 inches) and hangs vertically.

Only five, limited edition hand signed original prints featuring some of the biggest names in the sport of Rugby League.

All prints are limited to only 500 editions with each hand signed lithograph containing the product code and its individual edition number.

Highly collectable piece’s of sporting memorabilia for all fans of Rugby League.

Take a look around the site to see pictures of the signings, framed prints and photos of the prints on display at the George Hotel, Huddersfield, the birthplace of Rugby League.

The RRP on these prints was £45. They are now available for only £9.99 each and this cost includes delivery.


Thats LESS THAN 1/4 of the original price.


But limited stock available on all prints so if you want one please dont delay - get in touch now to aviod disapointment.

Shaun Edwards OBE ‘True Champion’ 

No English club side has ever dominated the sport of Rugby League in the way that the great Wigan side of the 80s and 90s did, and no player had a bigger role in that phenomenal success than Shaun Edwards. 

Signed on his seventeenth birthday, Edwards spent 14 seasons with Wigan and during that time amassed an unbelievable 41 winners medals, appearing in every game of Wigan’s 8 successive Challenge Cup wins from 1988 to 1995. 

‘True Champion’ celebrates Edward’s magnificent achievement in the sport, one that may never be bettered. Action images together with a collage of memorabilia from some of Edward’s biggest games combine to make this stunning piece of sporting memorabilia. 

Alex Murphy OBE ‘The Maestro’

His induction into Rugby League’s Hall of Fame in 1998, as one of only 9 initial members, confirmed Alex Murphy’s status as one of the greatest players of all time. 

As a player Murphy won the Ashes on both his tours to Australasia, won the World Cup in 1960 and captained Great Britain, England, Lancashire, St.Helens, Leigh and Warrington. 

With his blistering pace and ability he is regarded by many to be the greatest scrum half, if not player, of all time. 

A colorful and sometimes controversial character, Murphy remains to this day one of the sport’s biggest personalities.   

‘The Maestro’ celebrates the playing career of Alex Murphy mixing action photographs with a collage of Rugby League memorabilia from some of his greatest games alongside images of medals and trophies won throughout his illustrious career. 

Mick Sullivan ‘Pride of the Lions’ 

Michael Sullivan’s career in Rugby League is truly remarkable. With Great Britain he broke many records, smashed the rugby league transfer record twice, won a host of domestic winners’ medals with Huddersfield, Wigan and St.Helens as well as becoming player-coach at rebel Australian club Junee.

A World Cup winner at the first ever tournament in 1954, a feat he repeated in 1960, Sullivan also played in four Ashes winning teams. Between 1954 and 1961 Sullivan played in 36th consecutive test matches for Great Britain and his 46 official test match appearances and 41 tries are Great Britain records to this day. 

‘Pride of the Lions’ celebrates the career of one of the finest and fiercest left-wingers to ever play Rugby League. Action images, a collage of memorabilia from Sullivan’s personal collection as well as a list of each of the 46 test matches in which he appeared combine to make this stunning piece of sporting memorabilia. 

Garry Schofield OBE ‘Lions Legend

In 1994 Garry Schofield made his 46th test match appearance for Great Britain in the third test against Australia at Elland Road, Leeds. His appearance equaled the record for test match appearances for Great Britain set in 1963 by Mick Sullivan.

To commemorate this magnificent achievement, this limited edition lithograph contains a collection of images of Schofield in action for Great Britain, Leeds and Hull, as well as listing each of the 46 test matches in which he appeared.

Tom van Vollenhoven ‘The Flying Springbok’ 

Nick-named ‘The Flying Springbok’, South African wingman Karel Thomas van Vollenhoven first came to the attention of the professional code in 1955 when the twenty year old made his second test appearance for the South African rugby union ‘Springboks’ on the left wing against the British Lions in Cape Town in which a masterful wingman’s performance brought him 3 tries in a 25 points to 9 victory and set in motion the chase to secure his signature in rugby league. 

His effect on the sport and the St.Helens team was immediate, scoring a try on his debut in a 36 points to 7 victory over Leeds at Knowsley Road on 26th October 1957, giving the 23,000 supporters who attended a taste of what was to come. 

Over the coming seasons Vollenhoven would become the complete wingman, scoring a remarkable club record 392 tries in his 409 appearances for the Saints. 

‘The Flying Springbok’ celebrates Van Vollenhoven’s magnificent achievment that have seen him inducted into the official Rugby League Hall of Fame, the South African hall of fame, and seen his native country’s premier rugby league competition named after him confirming his status as a true superstar of the game.  

These prints wont be available much longer as each is limited to only 500 copies.

At only £9.99 each including delivery these are unbelievable value and will be worth a lot more in the future.

Dont miss out - Get yours now !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!