Willows Wall | Steve Nash in the halves

Salford Red Devils can confirm that Steve Nash completes the backs in our ‘Willows Wall’ Heritage Team in association with Salford Red Devils Foundation and Capricorn Security.

Nash – who joined the Red Devils for a world record fee of £15,000 from hometown club Featherstone Rovers – made over 300 appearances for Salford scoring nine tries and 17 goals, totalling 129 points.

Nash was an integral part of the 1973 Division One winning side and also helped guide the Red Devils to a Lancashire Cup final and Premiership final, however both ended in defeat. He would go on to become Salford’s captain and was granted a testimonial at The Willows before retiring at the age of 35.

He featured in the 1979 Great Britain tour of Australia before suffering a detached retina however he would go on to captain Great Britain in their first test against Australia in Hull in 1982. Prior to arriving at Salford, Nash won the Lance Todd Trophy for his performance for Featherstone Rovers in 1973.

Here is the voting in full: 

Steve Nash – 47.19%

Steve Kerry – 14.52%

Gavin Clinch – 10.89%

Jackie Brennan – 10.89%

Peter Banner – 9.57%

Billy Watkins – 2.97%

Darren Bloor – 1.98%

David Cairns – 0.99%

Brian Keaveney – 0.66%

Billy Banks – 0.33%


If you’d like to get your names alongside a host of Salford Red Devils legends contact [email protected] and get your name on the ‘Willows Wall’ for £25.