Les Dyl was a 69-year-old English professional rugby league footballer who passed away. Let us see how did he die, what happened, and what was Les Dyl Cause of Death.
Ley Dyl Early Life and Career
Leslie “Les” P. Dyl was a professional rugby league player in England throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He represented Great Britain and England at the international level, as well as Leeds and Bramley at the club level.
Les Dyl earned England caps while at Leeds in 1975 against France, in the 1975 Rugby League World Cup against Wales, France, Wales, New Zealand, New Zealand (sub), Australia, and Australia, in 1975 against Papua New Guinea (non-test), in 1977 Wales, and France, in 1978 France, and Wales, and 1981 against Wales, and won caps for Great Britain while at Leeds in 1974 against Australia (2 matches), and New Zealand (3 matches), in the 1977 Rugby League World Cup against France, France.
In the 1972 Yorkshire Cup Final at Odsal Stadium, Dyl played left-center in Leeds’ 36–9 triumph over Dewsbury. Bradford played left-center in the 1973 Yorkshire Cup Final at Headingley Stadium in Leeds on 20 October 1973, scoring two tries in a 7–2 victory over Wakefield Trinity.
In the 1972–73 Player’s No.6 Trophy Final at Fartown Ground, Dyl played left-center in Leeds’ 12–7 triumph over Salford. On March 24, 1973, he debuted for Huddersfield at left-center in a 4–15 loss to Wigan. The 1982–83 John Player Trophy Final was held on January 22, 1983, at Elland Road in Leeds.
Ley Dyl Cause of Death
In Leeds, Les Dyl served as an interchange/substitute. The 1970–71 season ended with a 13-16 defeat against St. Helens in the final at Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday 15 May 1971. On Saturday, May 13, 1972, in the 1972 Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium in London, he played left-center and scored a try in the 16-7 triumph over Widnes.
It is with much regret that the club can confirm that Hall of Fame member Les Dyl has passed away after a period of ill health, our thoughts and prayers are with Les’ family and friends at this time, Les Dyl RIPhttps://t.co/oRijYbLNEX
— Leeds Rhinos (@leedsrhinos) May 22, 2022
Les Dyl played left-center in Leeds’ 36-9 victory over Dewsbury in the 1972 Yorkshire County Cup Final at Odsal Stadium, Bradford on Saturday 7 October 1972, in the 7-2 triumph over Wakefield Trinity during the 1972–73 season.
The club regrets to inform you that Hall of Fame member Les Dyl has died after a period of illness. His cause of death is ill health. Our thoughts and prayers are with Les’ family and friends at this time.
Reactions of Fans to Les Dyl’s Death
Doctor Beeching said,
Les Dyl, a former center for the Leeds RLFC, has died. The backline was excellent, and excursions to Final frequently resulted in a meaningless return voyage.
Night Slater said,
I had the pleasure of meeting him in his Bridlington pub/restaurant a few years ago, reminiscing about his bar in Benidorm. He was a great fella and my first rugby hero from boyhood. Les
Andy Naylor said,
Brent Sheldon said,
RIP Les, a truly great player, and gentleman Were in his final seasons when I started watching Leeds as a nipper and had the pleasure of meeting the great man several times. What a legend. You will be sorely missed Les, thoughts with his family today.
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