Eric Harris was the first player to reach the milestone when he scored 45 (1934-35), 63 (1935-36),40 (1936-37) and 43 (1937-38). Next Drew Turnball took up the challenge and remains the only player ever to score 30 or more tries in five consecutive seasons. His tries came in the following order: 33 (1950-51), 34 (1951-52), 35 (1952-53), 40 (1953-54) and 42 (1954-55).
John Atkinson was of course the master try scorer of the 1970s and unsurprisingly he is part of this elite club of men who consistently scored prolific amounts of tries for the club. He scored 36 (1969-70), 34 (1970-71), 33 (1971-72) and 36 (1972-73).
Ryan Hall's break through year came in 2009 when he finished the season with 32 tries, he followed this up a year later with 31 and then last year once again scored 32. He has now reached 30 tries for the 2012 season and, with at least the Challenge Cup Final, two regular season games and at least one play off match to come, he would be odds on favourite to finish this season with his highest ever single season total. Hall's two tries against Catalans take him to 137 tries for the club in just 154 games since making his debut back in 2007.