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For a better quality page of the 1990 season (Colour, photos etc.) click on 1990

1990

Mal Graham continued as First Grade Captain / Coach in 1990, with Glen Armstrong continuing as Reserve Grade Coach, and the “Rubber Ball” John Scott taking over as Third Grade Coach. It was a pretty good season in which all 3 teams made the semi final. A couple of observations about the table below. In First Grade there were 3 draws in 4 games, with a one point win in the other game – just a little unusual. The other thing to notice is ....NO MAITLAND!. Yep, Maitland succumbed to financial pressures and did not field teams in the 1990 competition. Some players who first played grade with West in 1990 included West junior, Garth Brennan, Mick Reid (pictured - originally from Queensland), and Neil Baker (a South Newcastle junior who came to West from Penrith). First time player Jason Schiemer also impressed by scoring 24 tries during the year and winning the Darcy Real Estate Trophy for “Most Tries”. During the year West also won the inaugural “BP Sevens” over Cessnock. This final was played at half time in a Knights game. There was another bit of good news in 1990 – although West did not win a Grand Final they won the Club Championship – a trophy that West has won many times over the years. The 90’s would produce 4 First Grade Grand Final wins so good times were in the offing.

Pre Season

Opponent

Result

 Opponent

Result

Round 1

Kurri

Lost 22 - 6

   

Round 2

Toronto

Won 36 - 8

Play Off for 1st   – West 18    South 16

Competition

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Thirds

Round 1

Central

Won 32 - 28

Won 52 - 10

26 all Draw

Round 2

Cessnock

Won 25 - 22

Won 22- 4

Lost 52 – 0

Round 3

Waratah

Won 14 - 11

Won 50 – 8 #

Lost 32 – 10 #

Round 4

Toronto

24 all Draw

Won 20 - 12

Won 16 – 6

Round 5

Kurri

20 all Draw

Won 28 - 10

Won 44 – 26

Round 6

South

Won 17 - 16

Lost 30 - 16

Lost 26 – 16

Round 7

Lakes

22 all Draw

Won 40 - 20

Won 22 – 12

Round 8

North N Bay

Won 10 - 6

Lost 32 - 0

Lost 16 – 12

Round 9

Central

Won 20 - 8

Won 24 - 10

Lost 12 – 10

Round 10

Cessnock

Won 26 - 12

Won 22 - 12

Lost 32 – 14

Round 11

Toronto

Lost 22 - 6

18 all Draw

Won 34 – 10

Round 12

Waratah

Won 32 - 29

Won 84 – 6 #

Lost 28 – 24 #

Round 13

Kurri

Won 24 - 10

Won 26 - 4

Won 52 – 4

Round 14

South

Won 36 - 18

Lost 14 - 10

Won 50 – 8

Round 15

Lakes

Lost 22 - 18

Won 16 - 10

Won 36 – 20

Round 16

North N Bay

Won 52 - 4

Won 36 - 10

Won 24 - 14

Elimination Semi

     

West 20   NN Bay 20

Elim Semi Replay

     

NN Bay 18   West 6  

Preliminary Semi

Waratah

Won 22 - 20

West 26    NN Bay 6

 

Major Semi Final

Lakes

Lost 16 - 15

South 18   West 10

 

Final

Waratah

Lost 18 - 6

Lakes 18   West 8

 

GRAND FINAL

Waratah 17  def  Lakes 14

 

Waratah (winners)

 

For a better quality page of the 1991 season (colour, photos etc.) click on 1991

1991

Neil Baker took over as Captain / Coach in First Grade, Geoff Coburn continued on as Reserve Grade Coach and while Peter Haggerty (pictured 2013) took the reins of Third Grade as Captain / Coach. 1991 was a very successful year. Both First and Reserve Grade were joint Minor Premiers (and beaten Grand Finalists), while Third Grade were Minor and Major Premiers....and, West were Club Champions. The winning Third Grade side was 1. Gavin Spruce  2. Justin Tamsett  3. Peter Chapman  4. Peter Haggerty  5. Steven Green (try)  6. John Reid (3 goals)  7. Paul Hoole  13. Michael Schofield (try)  12. Pat O’Meally  11. Stuart Bailey (try)  10. James Pappas  9. Troy Taylor and 8. Craig Lloyd. West Junior Andrew Weir played his first grade game in 1991. Andrew deserves SERIOUS RECOGNITION, as he is the player who has appeared in the most winning First Grade sides for West. Andrew won First Grade Premierships in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002 and 2004 (FIVE!) (NB Nine players have won 4 – Steve Smith, Tony Price, Scott Bradley, Paul Skovgaard, Tony Hutton, Brett Cullen, Shane Johnson, Ryan Dagwell and Gavin Cook). Another West junior to appear in 1991 was Darren Treacy, who made his name as centre for West and a 2nd rower for St George. Eddie Smith came from Cardiff to play for West and big front rower, Tim Perrin, came from St George, after playing for St Gregorys at Campbelltown. An interesting feature of 1991 were the efforts of the Cessnock Reserve Grade team in Round 7 to avoid going scoreless against West. On now onto 1992 – and one of the most exciting years in West’s history..it was that good!

(NB – In the table below NN Bay is North – Nelson Bay)

Pre Season

Opponent

Result

 Opponent

Result

Round 1

Toronto

Won 20 - 4

Rd 3 - Central

Won 22 - 18

Round 2

Cessnock

Won 8 - 4

Play Off for 1st   – NN Bay 23  West 12

Competition

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Thirds

Round 1

NN Bay

Won 34 - 16

Won 26 - 12

Won 26 – 10

Round 2

Toronto

Lost 24 - 20

Won 38 - 12

Won 36 – 18

Round 3

Kurri

Won 34 - 14

Won 44 - 16

Won 48 – 2

Round 4

Waratah

Won 24 - 22

Won 40 - 8

Won 30 – 14

Round 5

South

Lost 23 - 12

16 all Draw

Lost 24 – 18

Round 6

Maitland

Won 24 - 12

Won 26 - 18

Won 32 – 4

Round 7

Cessnock

Won 52 - 18

Won 64 - 1

Won 40 – 6

Round 8

Lakes

Won 16 - 6

Won 16 - 6

Won 6 – 4

Round 9

Central

Won 25 - 18

Won 34 - 6

Won 22 – 4

Round 10

NN Bay

Won 26 - 24

Won 22 - 2

Won 32 – 6

Round 11

Toronto

Won 24 - 4

Won 20 - 4

Won 14 – 10

Round 12

Kurri

26 all Draw

Won 32 - 24

Won 44 – 6

Round 13

Waratah

Won 30 - 8

Won 16 - 6

Won 42 – 4

Round 14

South

Won 19 - 6

Won 24 - 18

Won 44 – 0

Round 15

Maitland

Won 44 - 6

Won 80 - 4

Won 26 – 6

Round 16

Lakes

Won 16 - 15

Won 34 - 26

Won 18 - 16

Round 17

Cessnock

Won 34 - 12

Won 22 - 10

Won 76 - 0

Round 18

Central

Won 44 - 16

Won 70 - 4

Won 12 - 4

Qualifying Semi

Toronto

Won 32 - 16

   

Major Semi Final

South

Won 23 - 12

West 24  South 16

West 34  Lakes 14

GRAND FINAL

Toronto 21  def  West 10

South 32  West 24

West 18  Lakes 14

 

For a better quality page of the 1992 season (colour, photos etc.) click on 1992

1992

Neil Baker continued as Captain / Coach in First Grade, Geoff Coburn continued on as Reserve Grade Coach and while Wayne Dawson took over Third Grade. WHAT A SEASON!! Following on from 1966 and 1984, West again had a “Golden Year” by winning all 3 Grand Finals...and it was even better than that. West First Grade were undefeated in the competition rounds, and final series, and were awarded the “Clayton Cup”. (The Clayton Cup is awarded to the “Best performing team in Country NSW” – see last 2 pages). West’s winning First Grade side was 1. Greg West (goal)  2. David Wild  3. Darren Treacy (2 tries)  4. Neil Baker (3 goals, 1 FG)  5. Tim Morrison  6.  Eddie Smith  7. Tony Price (try)  13. Brett Hoad  12. Greg Price (try)  11. David O’Brien (try) 10. Tim Perrin  9. Paul Bowen  8. Anthony McDonnell  14. Michael Reid and 15. Scott Bradley (goal).  The winning Reserve Grade side was 1. Garth Brennan  2. Peter Storey  3. John McGuire  4. Rod Muller  5. Peter Jenner  6. Peter Chapman  7. Malcolm Smith (4 goals)  13. Dwayne Nielson  12. David Thomas  11. Craig Dodd  10. Wayne Hepple  9. Paul Kennedy (try) 8. David Ashman  14. John Skeers (try).

The winning Third Grade side was 1. Greg Mitchell  2. Jason Schiemer  3. Matt Sharman  4. Brad Emanuel  5. Gavin Spruce (try)  6. Robert Coyte  7. John Reid (try and 3 goals)  13. Craig Hubbard  12. Scott Conley  11. Dale Green  10. Gavin Leigh  9. Steven Trow and 8. Craig Lloyd.

If you are to go on the evidence available, then the 1992 West team is the only one that has won the title “The Best Performing Team in Country NSW”. This then makes them the “Best Performing Team in West’s History” and gives them every right to say that the 1992 side is the “Best Team in West’s History”. If this is the case then West should acknowledge all the players who played First Grade that year, and salute them as occupying a very special part in West’s history.

Those players are – Neil Baker, Paul Bowen, Anthony McDonnell, David O’Brien, Darren Treacy, Brett Hoad, Greg Price, Eddie Smith, Tim Morrison, David Wild, Greg West, Tony Price, Scott Bradley, Tim Perrin, Peter Atkins, Wayne Hepple, John McGuire, Peter Storey, Paul Kennedy, Michael Reid, David Thomas, Rod Muller, Michael Flanagan, David Ashman, Peter Jenner, Dwayne Neilson, Garth Brennan, Craig Hubbard, Jason Schiemer, Chris Wilson and Craig Lloyd.

(NB To top off a great year Brett Hoad won the trophy for the Newcastle Rugby League "Player of the Year"

Pre Season

Opponent

Result

 Opponent

Result

Round 1

NN Bay

Lost 7 - 4

Rd 3 - Maitland

Lost 20 - 14

Round 2

Cessnock

Won 20 - 6

 

Competition

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Thirds

Round 1

Waratah

Won 30 - 14

Won 26 - 16

Won 22 – 6

Round 2

Kurri

Won 32 - 10

Lost 20 - 4

Won 42 – 0

Round 3

Toronto

Won 41 - 8

Won 22 - 16

Won 19 – 10

Round 4

Maitland

Won 40 - 12

Won 20 - 12

Won 18 – 12

Round 5

Central

Won 30 - 15

Won 34 - 6

Won 36 – 10

Round 6

Cessnock

Won 34 - 14

Won 54 - 0

Won 42 – 18

Round 7

Lakes

Won 22 - 14

Lost 10 - 8

Lost 8 – 6

Round 8

NN Bay

Won 26 - 17

Lost 22 - 20

Won 44 – 0

Round 9

South

Won 20 - 2

Won 28 - 14

Won 10 – 4

Round 10

Waratah

Won 20 - 18

Lost 29 - 16

Won 16 – 14

Round 11

Kurri

Won 29 - 4

Won 36 - 0

Won 36 – 18

Round 12

Toronto

Won 30 - 16

Won 26 - 4

Won 30 – 0

Round 13

Maitland

Won 30 - 8

Won 18 - 2

Won 46 – 10

Round 14

Central

Won 54 - 12

Won 40 - 0

Won 64 – 0

Round 15

Cessnock

Won 37 - 10

Won 56 - 24

Won 56 – 6

Round 16

Lakes

Won 32 - 14

Won 16 - 6

Won 30 – 4

Round 17

NN Bay

Won 40 - 30

Won 39 - 8

Won 56 – 0

Round 18

South

Won 26 - 16

Won 22 - 12

22 all Draw

Major Semi Final

Lakes

Won 24 - 14

Lakes 17 West 12

West 32  Lakes 16

Final

   

West 14 Waratah 6

 

GRAND FINAL

West 33   def   Lakes 0

West 16   Lakes 6

West 14  Waratah 3

WSRLFC - Clayton Cup Winners - 1992

The Clayton Cup is a trophy awarded by the Country Rugby League to the NSW Rugby League team with the best overall record for that season. To be eligible, the team must win the highest level of competition in its region. Usually the winner of the Clayton Cup goes through the season undefeated.

The Cup was donated by Reub Clayton, an early rugby league administrator in country NSW, and was first awarded in 1937 to West Tamworth. Since then, the Tweed Heads Seagulls and  Forster - Tuncurry have been the most successful clubs, each winning the trophy three times.

Winners

  • 1937 West Tamworth – Group 4
  • 1938 Nimmitabel – Group 16
  • 1939 Wagga Magpies – Group 9
  • 1940 Henty – Group 9
  • 1946 Port Kembla – Illawarra
  • 1947 Bombala – Group 7
  • 1948 Cootamundra – Group 9
  • 1949 Tumut – Group 9
  • 1950 Bathurst Railway – Group 10
  • 1951 North Tamworth – Group 4
  • 1952 Gundagai – Group 9
  • 1953 Young – Group 9
  • 1954 Orange CYMS – Group 10
  • 1955 Young – Group 9
  • 1956 Maitland – Newcastle
  • 1957 Temora – Group 9
  • 1958 Coonamble – Group 14
  • 1959 Dubbo Macquarie – Group 11
  • 1960 Goulburn Workers – Group 8
  • 1961 Ballina – Group 1
  • 1962 Warialda – Group 19
  • 1963 Tweed Heads Seagulls
  • 1964 Oberon – Group 10
  • 1965 Tullibigeal – Group 17
  • 1966 Picton Magpies – Group 6
  • 1967 Casino – Group 1
  • 1968 Darlington Point – Group 20            
  • 1969 Tarcutta – Group 13
  • 1970 Delegate – Group 19
  • 1971 Cobar – Group 15
  • 1972 Cobar – Group 15  
  • 1973 Gunnedah – Group 4
  • 1974 Queanbeyan United – Group 8
  • 1975 Albury Blues – Group 13
  • 1976 Bombala – Group 16
  • 1977 Belconnen United – Group 19
  • 1978 Sawtell – Group 2
  • 1979 Scone – Group 21
  • 1980 Narwan – Group 19
  • 1981 Bellingen- Group 2
  • 1982 Warilla – Group 7
  • 1983 Tweed Heads Seagulls – Group 18
  • 1984 Bourke – Group 15
  • 1985 Tumbarumba – Group 13
  • 1986 Tumbarumba – Group 13                             Neil Baker – Captain / Coach
  • 1987 Lismore Marist Brothers – Group 1       17 games – 2  tries – 52 goals – 1 FG 
  • 1988 Bega Group 16
  • 1989 Tweed Heads Seagulls – Group 18
  • 1990 Singleton – Group 21
  • 1991 Mittagong Lions – Group 6
  • 1992 Western Suburbs – Newcastle  
  • 1993 Rankins Springs – Group 17
  • 1994 Forster-Tuncurry – Group 3
  • 1995 Forster-Tuncurry – Group 3
  • 1996 Werris Creek – Group 4
  • 1997 Eden- Group 16
  • 1998 Cobar – Group 11
  • 1999 Barellan – Group 17
  • 2000 Taree City – Group 3
  • 2001 Port Macquarie – Group 2
  • 2002 Barellan – Group 17
  • 2003 Narooma – Group 16
  • 2004 Temora – Group 9
  • 2005 Umina Beach Central Coast – Central Coast
  • 2006 Hillston Bluebirds – Group 17
  • 2007 Albion Park – Oak Flats – Group 7
  • 2008 The Entrance Tigers – Central Coast
  • 2009 Yenda – Group 20
  • 2010 Grafton Ghosts – Northern Rivers
  • 2011 Grafton Ghosts – Northern Rivers
  • 2012 Campbelltown Eagles – Group 6
  • 2013 Wauchope – Group 3                                         (Records correct as of May 2014)

 

For a better quality page of the 1993 season click on 1993

1993

Neil Baker continued as Captain / Coach in First Grade, Wayne Dawson took over as Reserve Grade Coach while newcomer, Greg Bannister, took on the Coach of the Third Grade side. It was another one of those “gotcha” moments at the end of the First Grade Grand Final. A fantastic “ball and all” tackle by (I think) Scott Bradley (pictured  left) on a Kurri player about 10 metres out from our posts resulted, belatedly, in a touch judge running on for an illegal tackle. However, this apart, it was another good year for West. First Grade were Grand Finalists, whilst Reserve and Third Grades both made it to the Finals stage of the competition. A couple of highlights for the year was Brett Hoad (pictured 2013 right) and Tony Price gaining selection in the Country sides v City, and Tony Price being named Newcastle Representative Player of the Year. The “Clubman of the Year” was awarded to John Riddell for his “dedication and tireless efforts” during 2013. Trophies for the “Most Outstanding Player” in each Grade were awarded to Brett Hoad (Firsts), Rod Muller (Reserves) and Andrew Weir (Thirds). Newcomers to the club in 1993 included big South prop Tod Anderson (originally from Stockton), and West juniors Heath Aland, Grant Kenny and Steve Hedley.

Pre Season

Opponent

Result

 Opponent

Result

Round 1

Kurri

8 all Draw

Rd 3 - Toronto

Won 22 - 8

Round 2

Cessnock

Won 14 - 0

Play Off for 1st   – South 30  West 10

Competition

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Thirds

Round 1

Lakes

Won 52 - 10

Lost 22 - 20

Lost 26 – 15

Round 2

NN Bay

Won 30 - 18

Won 20 - 12

Won 26 – 20

Round 3

Central

Won 20 - 18

Won 46 - 12

Won 58 – 0

Round 4

Maitland

Won 46 - 8

Won 24 - 8

Won 32 – 12

Round 5

Waratah

Won 20 - 6

Won 24 - 20

Lost 26 – 22

Round 6

South

Lost 14 - 6

Won 30 - 12

Lost 12 – 6

Round 7

Kurri

Won 20 - 19

Lost 18 - 14

Lost 24 – 2

Round 8

Cessnock

Won 54 - 14

Won 54 - 6

Won 26 – 12

Round 9

Toronto

Won 30 - 12

Lost 22 – 20

Won 30 – 16

Round 10

Lakes

Lost 12 - 6

Won 14 - 10

Lost 14 – 4

Round 11

NN Bay

Won 38 - 31

Won 36 - 14

Lost 22 – 16

Round 12

Central

Won 54 - 13

Won 56 - 8

Won 34 – 18

Round 13

Maitland

Won 34 - 18

Won 18 - 14

Won 38 – 6

Round 14

Waratah

Won 46 - 16

Won 34 - 12

Lost 24 – 10

Round 15

South

Won 27 - 8

Lost 18 - 8

Won 22 – 6

Round 16

Kurri

Lost 40 - 21

Lost 30 - 12

Lost 13 – 8

Round 17

Cessnock

Won 40 - 4

Won 36 - 14

Won 54 – 4

Round 18

Toronto

Won 44 - 20

Won 20 - 10

Won 26 - 6

Qualifying Semi

     

Lakes 3 def West 2

Minor Semi Final

     

West 32 def Kurri 12

Major Semi Final

Kurri

Won 28 - 14

W’tah 32 West 22

 

Final

   

South 26  West 12

W’tah 14  West 12

GRAND FINAL

Kurri 20  def  West 18

 

 

 

For a better quality page of the 1994 season click on 1994

1994

Neil Baker continued as Captain / Coach in First Grade, Geoff Coburn again took over in his last season as Reserve Grade Coach while Craig Hubbard took over as Captain / Coach of 3rd Grade. No Grand Final wins this year, but the club again won the “Mal Woolford” trophy for being “Club Champions”. First Grade had a wonderful year before falling by the barest of margins to Kurri in the Final. Reserve Grade were finalists, and Third Grade were Grand Finalists. So all in all, an excellent season. Another win by over 100 points in Round 15 when West defeated Central 114 – 0. Indeed the combined score in all 3 grades, over both rounds, against Central resulted in “West 536 pts – Central 12 pts”. Players who first played grade with West in 1994 included Steve Vallette (Nelson Bay), and West juniors Tony Hutton and Adam Dagwell. Hutton went on to play 141 games for West, winning 1st Grade Premierships in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2002.  Ross Potter was awarded the “Clubman of the Year” trophy, while the “Most Outstanding Player” trophies in each grade were awarded to Tod Anderson, Frank Elmer and Keith Couper. Geoff Coburn (pictured) deserves a special mention. A local junior Geoff played 151 games (121 First Grade) between 1977 and 1988, with some years in the middle playing First Grade in Sydney. He played in the 1978 First Grade Grand Final (West 23 def South 16), and the 1980 First Grade Grand Final (West 17 def Cessnock 3). In the 1990’s Geoff coached Reserve Grade for 3 years. Later he was a on the WSRLFC Committee, and a Director of West Leagues Club (still is at the time of writing June 2014). “Good job...well played...by an unlikely looking tough, front row forward – but Guy Keenan will always win the award as the “most unlikely front row forward” (Todd Pavlou is also in the mix – all 3 played well above their weight)

Pre Season

Opponent

Result

 Opponent

Result

Round 1

Cessnock

Lost 26 - 4

Rd 3 - Maitland

Won 30 - 0

Round 2

Toronto

Won 12 - 10

 

Competition

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Thirds

Round 1

Toronto

Won 54 - 8

Won 24 - 18

Won 12 – 10

Round 2

South

Lost 26 - 22

Lost 18 - 16

Won 20 – 16

Round 3

Waratah

Won 22 - 8

Won 36 - 14

Won 36 – 16

Round 4

NN Bay

Won 22 - 2

Won 44 - 22

Won 32 – 18

Round 5

Maitland

Won 28 - 14

Won 40 - 10

Won 14 – 6

Round 6

Central

Won 94 - 0

Won 90 - 0

Won 80 – 12

Round 7

Kurri

Won 30 - 8

Won 52 - 11

Won 22- 20

Round 8

Cessnock

Won 50 - 15

Won 26 - 10

Won 20 – 6

Round 9

Lakes

Won 48 - 10

Won 30 - 10

Won 18 – 15

Round 10

Toronto

20 all Draw

Won 16 - 8

Won 50 – 6

Round 11

South

Lost 14 - 8

Lost 24 - 6

Lost 19 – 4

Round 12

Waratah

Won 20 - 12

Won 12 - 4

Won 34 – 18

Round 13

NN Bay

Won 40 - 12

Lost 32 - 6

Won 30 – 9

Round 14

Maitland

Won 34 - 10

Lost 14 - 12

Won 16 – 14

Round 15

Central

Won 114 - 0

Won 80 - 0

Won 78 – 0

Round 16

Kurri

Won 22 - 17

Won 24 - 6

Won 28 – 6

Round 17

Cessnock

Won 82 - 8

Lost 24 - 18

Won 20 – 18

Round 18

Lakes

Won 52 - 12

Won 38 - 4

14 all Draw

Qualifying Semi

   

M’land 16  West 14

 

Minor Semi Final

   

West 22  C’nock 14

West 27 South 10

Major Semi Final

Toronto

Lost 24 - 16

 

Lakes 22  West 14

Final

Kurri

Lost 12 - 11

M’land 16  West 0

West 9  South 2

GRAND FINAL

Kurri 20 def Toronto 16

 

Lakes 28  West 6

 

 

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