Former Bradford Northern and Great Britain coach Peter Fox and veteran former referee Fred Lindop MBE have been added to the Rugby Football League’s Roll of Honour.

Fox enjoyed a 13-year playing career with Featherstone Rovers, Batley, Hull KR and Wakefield Trinity before successfully moving into coaching and, most notably, guiding Bramley to promotion, winning two championships with Bradford (1980, 1981) and leading Great Britain.

Fox was in charge of Britain when they beat the Australians 18-14 at Odsal in 1978.

Lindop, 71, was one of the game’s most decorated referees, having overseen five Challenge Cup finals and 22 Test matches before moving into an administrative role. He was the RFL’s first Controller of Referees Batley life president Ron Earnshaw, who has devoted more than 65 years of work to his club in various roles, including secretary, chief executive and chairman, has also received the honour.