In a new series we ask Haven fans to select their Dream Team or share their memories of a special game. This week Ashley Kilpatrick offers his best ever squad:

1. Gary Broadbent

Mr Dependable, he never missed a tackle or dropped a ball and would run through a brick wall – just tough as old boots.

2. Craig Calvert

He had pace to burn and could score a try from anywhere. Perfected his all round game as he got older and is a club legend.

3. David Seeds

Mr Whitehaven is all that needs to be said. Went on to coach the side once he finished playing.

4. Rob Purdham

Not known as a centre in his time at Haven but played there in his career, one of the most talented to don the chocolate, blue and gold jersey.

5. Mick Nanyn

Mainly a centre at Haven but played the odd game on the wing. He was a points machine, holding records for most points in a season and in a game at the club.

6. Leroy Joe

One part of the trio of Kiwis who arrived at the Recre. He is another legend who was tough and skilful, his short kicking game was unplayable at times.

7. Sam Obst

Only here one season but what a season he and the club had. He had everything a half back needs and was a joy to watch.

8. Kyle Amor

Kyle was unplayable when he first signed at the club, tough strong and direct.

9. Aaron Lester

Another of the three Kiwis, Lester could have played Super League easily. He is probably the best hooker that never played at the highest level in England.

10. David Fatialofa

Fats is the last of the Kiwi trio. He had some bad luck with injuries but bounced back every time and his offload and go forward was spectacular to watch.

11. Lee Doran

Joined the club on trial but stood out week in week out for a team that wasn’t doing too well at the time.

12. Howard Hill

The man mountain – pace of a back, strength of a forward, unstoppable close to the line

13. Carl Forster

As a player and coach Foz was again, at times, unplayable in his spells with Haven. Great hands and footwork for a prop and not a bad kicking game either, as demonstrated in the Ike Southward game when Levy scored.

14. Carl Sice

Sicey was at times unpredictable, he came back to Haven from the dark side and could score a try from anywhere, even more so close to the line

15. Phil Sherwen

If it wasn’t for a shoulder injury I do believe Phil would have played Super League, he was a tackling machine and a work horse.

16. Karl Edmondson

Another Kiwi who joined the club and ran at 100mph with every ball he took in. He was like a tank going forward.

17. Ryan Tandy

May he rest in peace. We saw glimpses in 2004 what Ryan could do and when he returned in 2005, after a short spell at Barrow, he showed what he could really do in that year. In my opinion, he was the best prop in the league.

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