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2000

Paul Skovgaard took over as First Grade Captain / Coach in 2000, while Dennis Duncan took on the Reserve Grade position, and Ian Thompson the Under 19’s. A really good year saw West win 2 Grand Finals, with First Grade losing a tight game to Waratah by 24 to 22 in the final. In the Reserve Grade Grand Final, West 36 def Lakes 6. The winning West team was 1. J Allen?? (2 tries)  2. Guy Wills  3. Scott Bradley (goal) 4. Troy Hilder (try and 3 goals)  5. Wayne March (2 tries)  6. Craig Kimmorley  7. Brock Wills  13. Nathan Kelly  12. Nathan Parker  11. Todd Maddison  10. Justin Alexander  9. Scott Collins  8. Martin Boyd  14. Shane Johnson (try)  and 15. Troy Wright (try). Under 20’s defeated Central 36 to 12 in the Grand Final. The winning West team was 1. L Coleman? (try)  2. Trent Salkeld  3. Jay Bolton (try) 4. Chris Attwood  5. Chris Parr  6. W Towers?  7. Clint Cunningham (try and 4 goals) 13. Troy Wright (try)  12. M Kurtz (try)  11. Robbie Williamson  10. Adrian Connell  9. Chris Schneider  8. David Burgess  and 14. Jamie Archibald (2 tries). New players to West grade in 2000 included juniors Troy Wright, Chris Schneider, Todd Pavlou and Andrew Stephens. Trent Salkeld came to West from Farrer High School in Tamworth. At Presentation Night Dennis Duncan, deservedly, received the trophy for “Clubman of the Year”. The trophies for the “Most Outstanding Players in each grade were awarded to Scott Conley (Firsts), Scott Collins (Reserves) and Matther Kurtz (Under 19’s). Looking back to the Schoolboys some names stand out. Newcastle Representatives included Mark Farrar (12’s), Jarrod Mullen (13’s), Ben Farrar and Sam Wooden (14’s) and Cleo Meredith and Nathan Hinton (15’s). However the “BIG” award for 2000 was when Jarrod O’Doherty was named “Country Player of the Year” – a significant honour.  Jarrod played 79 games for West and won First Grade Premierships in 1999 (West 22 Cessnock 18) and 2004 (West 32 Northern Blues 28). Jarrod played with the Knights (1997, 1998, 2001, 2002), West (1999, 2000, 2004, 2005) and Huddersfield in 2003. (Pictured in Knights and Huddersfield colours)

 

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Under 19’s

Round 1

Cessnock

Lost 18 - 12

Won 14 - 10

Won 38 - 10

Round 2

NN Bay

Won 24 - 22

Won 50 - 10

Won 50 – 10

Round 3

Lakes

16 all Draw

Lost 26 - 20

Won 26 – 8

Round 4

Central

Won 32 - 24

Won 58 - 0

Won 10 – 6

Round 5

South

Won 36 - 18

Won 24 - 18

Won 50 – 8

Round 6

Kurri

Lost 26 - 14

Won 30 - 4

Won 34 – 12

Round 7

Macquarie

Won 66 - 4

Won 54 - 0

Won 36 – 4

Round 8

Waratah

Lost 32 - 26

Won 42 - 4

Won 48 – 0

Round 9

Maitland

Won 32 - 10

Won 28 - 0

Won 26 – 6

Round 10

Cessnock

Won 20 - 8

Won 34 - 14

Won 20 – 16

Round 11

NN Bay

Won 20 - 16

Won 42 - 12

22 all Draw

Round 12

Lakes

Lost 18 - 12

Lost 30 - 28

28 all Draw

Round 13

Central

Won 66 - 6

Won 42 - 10

Lost 24 – 14

Round 14

South

Won 48 - 10

Won 68 - 0

Won 16 – 0

Round 15

Kurri

Won 42 - 26

Lost 34 - 28

Won 50 – 12

Round 16

Macquarie

Won 80 - 4

Won on forfeit

Won on Forfeit

Round 17

Waratah

18 all Draw

Won 54 - 4

Won 52 – 10

Round 18

Maitland

Won 36 - 26

Won 60 - 6

Won 56 – 6

Major Semi Final

Lakes

Lost 20 - 14

West 48 Lakes 4

West 16 Central 10

Final

Waratah

Lost 24 – 22

   

GRAND FINAL

Waratah 20 def Lakes 14

West 36    Lakes 6

West 36 Central 12

 

For a better qulaity page of 2001 (colour, photos etc) click on 2001

2001

Paul Skovgaard continued as First Grade Captain / Coach in 2001, while Garth Brennan took over as Captain / Coach from Dennis Duncan in Reserve Grade. Ian Thompson continued on as  “Third Grade” Coach – yep, the Under 20’s of 1999, were replaced by the Under 19’s of 2001, who were replaced by Third Grade in 2001. Another good year for West – Club Champions, and Minor Premiers in the two lower grades. First Grade beat Lakes in the Major Semi Final, but that success was not repeated in the Grand Final. West were big winners in Reserve Grade, but found Raymond Terrace too strong in Third Grade. (There was an 11 team competition in 2001 with the entry of Raymond Terrace. Quite an impressive start – they beat West in First Grade twice, and won Thirds). Reserve Grade defeated Cessnock 36 to 0 in the Grand Final. The winning West team was 1. Garth Brennan  2. Stu Carmont  3. Trent Salkeld (3 tries)  4. Tony Herman  5. Jay Walls (6 goals)  6. Steve Doherty (try)  7. Brock Wills  13. Troy Wright (try)  12. David Burgess  11. Adam Dagwell  10. Justin Alexander  9. Scott Collins  8. Gavin Leigh  14. Adam Gidley (try) and 15. Phil Christianson.  West juniors Paul Brogan and Dane Thorogood first played grade in 2001 as did David Goodridge from Farrer High School in Tamworth. Jeff Hughes was awarded the trophy for “Clubman of the Year”, and the trophies for the “Most Outstanding Player in each grade were awarded to Ryan Dagwell (Firsts), Steve Doherty (Reserves) and Jade Davison (Thirds). Paul Skovgaard (pictured 2010) played 126 games between 1997 and 2002 – all in 1st Grade. In 2010 he was selected as 5/8 in West’s “Team of the Century”, and, at the time of writing, June 2014, he is coach of the Newcastle Representative team. At the Schoolboy level (U 12’s to U 15’s) Greg Connell, Clint Davies, Ryan Lamb, Mark Farrar, Jarrod Mullen, Matt Redman, Pat Slattery, Tim Walker, Ben Farrar and Sam Wooden all represented Newcastle.

 

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Thirds

Round 1

Central

Won 50 -14

Won 34 - 14

Won 56 – 4

Round 2

Kurri

Won 56 - 24

Won 80 - 0

Won 20 – 2

Round 3

Macquarie

Won 46 - 32

Won 68 - 0

Won 58 – 0

Round 4

South

Won 64 - 4

Won 42 - 12

Won 23 – 16

Round 5

Northern Blues

Won 26 - 16

Won 30 - 6

Won by Forfeit

Round 6

Waratah

Won 21 - 20

Won 46 - 0

Won 44 – 0

Round 7

Lakes

Lost 40 - 10

Won 30 - 14

Won 22 – 18

Round 8

Cessnock

Won 38 - 8

Won 26 - 18

Won 32 – 10

Round 9

Maitland

Won 66 - 0

Won 60 - 6

Won 64 – 4

Round 10

Ray Terrace

Lost 48 - 26

Lost 18 - 10

Won 28 – 18

Round 11

Central

Won 46 - 0

Won 42 - 4

Won 50 - 4

Round 12

Kurri

Won 40 - 22

Won 42 - 20

Won 18 – 10

Round 13

Macquarie

Won 96 - 0

Won 82 - 6

Won 70 – 6

Round 14

South

Lost 38 - 22

Won 34 - 10

Won 36 – 22

Round 15

Northern Blues

Lost 38 - 22

Won 38 - 16

Won by Forfeit

Round 16

Waratah

20 all Draw

Won 22 - 20

Won 84 – 0

Round 17

Lakes

Lost 26 - 18

Won 32 - 12

Won 68 – 0

Round 18

Cessnock

Won 22 - 20

Lost 33 - 16

Lost 18 – 12

Round 19

Maitland

Won 80 - 16

Won 50 - 6

Won 40 – 16

Round 20

Ray Terrace

Lost 16 - 10

Won 26 - 10

16 all Draw

Qual Semi Final

Northern Blues

Won 34 - 28

   

Major Semi Final

Lakes

Won 22 - 12

West 46  Cess 38

R Terr 20 West 10

Final

     

West 68 Cess 10

GRAND FINAL

Lakes 18  def  West 10

West 36   Cess 0

R Terr 28 West 10

 

For a better quality page of 2002 (colour, photos etc) click on 2002

2002

Another “Golden Year” – 3 Grand Final wins and a Club Championship win. (2002 follows other “Golden Years” of 1966. 1984 and 1992). Troy Fletcher (pictured 2013) took over as First Grade Captain / Coach, Garth Brennan continued with the Reserve Grade and Ian Thompson with the “Under 20’s”. First Grade defeated Lakes 27 to 16 in the Grand Final. The winning West team was 1. Trent Watson  2. Wayne March (try)  3. Gavin Cook  4. Paul Delaney  5. Trent Salkeld (2 tries)  6. Paul Skovgaard (2 goals) 7. Troy Wright (2 tries and 1 fg)  13. Todd Maddison (goal)  12. Ben Donaldson  11. Tony Hutton  10. Troy Fletcher  9. Ryan Dagwell  8. Scott Conley  14. Shane Johnson  15. Chris Schneider  16. Andrew Weir  and 17. David Goodridge. Reserve Grade defeated Cessnock by 34 to 16. The winning West team was 1. Garth Brennan  2. Stu Carmont (try)  3. Kurt Stallworthy (try and 2 goals) 4. Michael Smith  5. Garth Ross (try) 6. Ryan O’Sullivan  7. Steve Doherty (try)  13. Dane Thorogood (2 tries and 3 goals) 12. Adam Gidley  11. Matt Kurtz  10. Justin Alexander  9. Matthew Pearce  8. Nathan Parker  14. Chris Attwood  15. Chris Diebert  and 16. Ben Newman. Under 20’s defeated Lakes 30 to 10. The winning West team was 1.Todd Wright  2. Steven Francis  3. Michael Pantazis  4. Scott Beilier  5. Robert Kirkland  6. Trent Goninan  7. David Thomas  13. Paul Brogan  12. Adrian Connell  11. Luke Garrard  10. Rick Sternbeck  9. Andrew Stephens  8. Al McCully. The competition was back to 10 teams as Waratah “dropped out”. New players to West in 2002 included Paul Delaney, Todd Mulville, Todd Wright, David Thomas (from Coonabarabran) and Troy Fletcher from the Knights. Ben Donaldson also made a big impact in his first of 2 years with West. Paul Skovgaard was awarded the “Clubman of the Year” trophy, and the “Most Valuable Player in Each Grade” trophies were awarded to Paul Skovgaard (Firsts), Matthew Pearce (Reserves) and “Crockett” Thomas (Under 20’s). To top the season off Ryan Dagwell was awarded the tropy for the "NSW Country Player of the Year". The West community was saddened by the passing of “Charger” Walls and “Monty” Spruce (Tag’s twin brother) during the year. All in all – just a great season.

 

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Under 20’s

Round 1

Macquarie

Won 48 - 12

Won 88 - 0

Won by Forfeit

Round 2

Maitland

Won 36 - 16

Won 38 - 12

Won 42 – 20

Round 3

Central

Won 42 - 6

Won 38 - 16

Won 42 – 16

Round 4

Northern Blues

Won 26 - 8

Won 50 - 0

Won 20 – 0

Round 5

Ray Terrace

Won 26 - 10

Lost 26 - 10

Won 40 – 12

Round 6

Lakes

Lost 17 - 10

Won 26 - 10

Won 15 – 12

Round 7

Cessnock

Lost 24 - 22

Won 32 - 16

Won 26 – 20

Round 8

Kurri

Won 42 - 10

Won 34 - 4

Won 58 – 8

Round 9

South

Won 44 - 6

Won 42 - 0

Won 34 - 12

Round 10

Ray Terrace

Lost 18 - 16

Lost 52 - 8

Won 60 – 10

Round 11

Macquarie

Won 64 - 4

Won 52 - 0

Won by Forfeit

Round 12

Maitland

Won 80 - 6

Won 54 - 4

Won 46 – 4

Round 13

Central

Won 36 - 16

Lost 32 - 4

Won 26 – 16

Round 14

Northern Blues

Lost 30 - 24

Won 38 - 10

Won 38 – 10

Round 15

Lakes

Lost 13 - 6

Won 44 - 4

Won 42 – 24

Round 16

South

Won 54 – 18

Won 48 - 0

Won 27 – 12

Round 17

Cessnock

Won 40 - 16

Won 80 - 4

Won 44 - 26

Round 18

Kurri

??

??

??

Qual Semi Final

Ray Terrace

Won 36 - 12

West 28 Central 14

 

Major Semi Final

Lakes

Lost 16 - 14

West 28 R Terr 4

West 26 Lakes 14

Final

Northern Blues

Won 31 - 18

   

GRAND FINAL

West 27  def Lakes 16

West 34 C’nock 16

West 30 Lakes 10

 

For a better quality page of 2003 (colour, photos etc) click on 2003

2003

Waratah – back in 2003 – and a 12 team competition. Troy Fletcher continued on as First Grade Captain / Coach, while Frank Lawler took over from Garth Brennan in Reserve Grade. Ian Thompson was in charge of the “Open” Grade team – (“Openne” is a Spanish word for “third”). All 3 teams reached at least the Final stage of each competition, so it was a very successful year overall. “Opens” won the Grand Final by defeating Lakes by 16 to 10. The winning West team was 1. Todd Wright  2. Robert Kirkland (try)  3. Michael Pantazis  4. Colin Clarke (try)  5. Nathan McLoughlin  6. Trent Goninan ( 2 goals)  7. David Thomas  13. Chris Diebert  12. Adrian Connell  11. Luke O’Connell  10. Rick Sternbeck  9. Andrew Stephens   8. A McCully  and 14. Steven Francis (try). Players who first played grade with West in 2003 included Shane Morrissey, Craig Wise, Nathan Hinton, Ben Hopper and Colin Clarke. Ian Thomson was awarded the trophy for “Clubman of the Year”, and the “Most Outstanding Player in Each Grade” were Ben Donaldson (Firsts), Matthew Pearce (Reserves) and Trent Goninan (Opens). Todd Pavlou and Trent Salkeld represented NSW Country. Pavlou (pictured top) played 155 games for West, with 153 of those being in First Grade. Pavlou vies with Guy Keenan and Geoff Coburn for being the best “pound for pound” props who have played for West. Colin Clarke (pictured right), is still with West. He is currently the Reserve Grade Captain / Coach. Up until today 16 June 2014  Colin had played 199 games for West, including 132 in First Grade. He has scored 49 tries and kicked a “very neat” 57 goals. West were saddened during the year at the passing of long term Treasurer, Jack Bell. Bell was Treasurer from 1950 to 1992. He is the longest serving official in West’s history.

(NB “Openne” does not mean “Third” in Spanish – I just made that bit up)

 

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Open

Round 1

Ray Terrace

Won 16 - 14

Lost 28 - 20

Lost 36 – 22

Round 2

Wyong

Won 30 - 16

Lost 24 - 16

Lost 32 – 18

Round 3

Waratah

Won 64 - 10

Won 74 - 6

Won 48 – 0

Round 4

Lakes

Won 58 - 16

Lost 34 - 26

Won 14 – 10

Round 5

South

Won 48 - 10

Won 30 - 18

Won 39 – 6

Round 6

Cessnock

Lost 24 - 16

Won 16 - 10

Won 50 – 4

Round 7

Macquarie

Won 38 - 12

Won 24 - 14

Won 24 – 16

Round 8

Kurri

Won 48 - 30

Won 46 - 10

Won 38 – 6

Round 9

Maitland

Won 48 - 8

Won 46 - 10

Won 66 – 0

Round 10

Central

Won 28 - 20

Won 70 - 0

Won 50 – 4

Round 11

Northern Blues

Won 28 - 22

Won 38 - 10

Won by Forfeit

Round 12

Ray Terrace

Lost 34 - 20

Won 25 - 22

Won 48 – 18

Round 13

Wyong

Won 34 - 10

24 all Draw

Won 38 – 8

Round 14

Waratah

Won 52 - 22

Won 24 - 18

Won 94 – 6

Round 15

Lakes

Won 34 - 16

Won 24 - 22

Won 28 – 14

Round 16

South

Won 58 - 18

Won 24 - 22

Won 40 – 14

Round 17

Cessnock

Won 24 - 16

Won 16 - 14

Won 46 – 4

Round 18

Macquarie

Won 40 - 24

Won 68 - 0

Won 20 – 16

Round 19

Kurri

Lost 30 - 22

Won 38 - 10

Won 34 – 8

Round 20

Maitland

Won 78 - 0

Won 86 - 0

Won by Forfeit

Round 21

Central

Won 28 - 6

Won 76 - 0

Won 72 – 0

Round 22

Northern Blues

Won 40 - 14

Won 58 - 8

Won by Forfeit

Major Semi Final

Ray Terrace

Lost 24 - 16

Wyong 18 West 16

West 22 Wyong 12

Final

Cessnock

Lost 25 - 18

R Terr 24 West 14

 

GRAND FINAL

Cessnock 22    Ray Terrace 20

 

West 16   Lakes 10

 

For a better quality page of 2004 (colour, phots etc) click on 2004

2004

Troy Fletcher continued on as First Grade Captain / Coach in 2004, while Ian Thompson took over as Reserve Grade Coach, and Dave Stewart was appointed as Opens Coach. 2004 was another successful season. West were Club Champions and Major Premiers in First Grade and Open Grade. First Grade defeated Northern Blues 32 – 28 in the Grand Final. The winning West side was 1. Garth Ross  2. Brett Cullen  3. Gavin Cook  4. Paul Delaney (try)  5. Andrew Hickey (3 tries)  6. Craig Wise (try) 7. Shaun Wallace 13. Todd Maddison (3 goals) 12. Troy Fletcher  11. Jarrod O’Doherty  10. Scott Asimus (try)  9. Ryan Dagwell  8. Andrew Weir  14. Ben Hopper  15. Todd Pavlou  16. Shane Johnson  and 17 Todd Bates (goal). This game was remarkable for a late surge in points from the Northern Blues – the full time hooter came at a pretty good time for West. Open Grade defeated Wyong 10 to 8. The winning Open Grade team was 1. Todd Wright (try)  2. Clint Crispin  3. Tom Maiden  4. Kurt Stallworthy  5. Peter Coleman  6. Dylan Skee (goal)  7. Ben Porter  13. Matt Resch  12. Kurt Evans  11. Paul Brogan  10. Al McCully  9. Matt Marks  8. Luke O’Connell and 14. Ryan O’Sullivan (try). Players who first played grade with West in 2004 included Todd Bates, Andrew Hickey, Matt Resch, Steve Gordon, Warren Schillings (Jnr) and Shaun Wallace. Todd Pavlou was awarded “The Clubman of the Year” and Ryan Dagwell (Firsts), David Thomas (Reserves) and Todd Wright (Opens) were awarded trophies for the “Most Outstanding Player in each Grade.” Scott Asimus (pictured) had just the one season with West – in 2004.  He had played in some pretty good teams over the years (Knights, Northern Eagles, North Queensland Cowboys to name a few) but had never won a Grand Final. It was fitting that his last game of Rugby League resulted in a Grand Final win. On the saddest of notes, 2004 was remembered for the passing of “Mr West”, Glen Maloney. A “bit of a history” of Glen appears on page 2 of this 2004 summary.

 

Opponent

Result

Reserves

Opens

Round 1

Central

Won 62 - 24

Won 60 - 8

Won 112 – 4

Round 2

Northern Blues

Won 32 - 14

Won 32 - 18

Won 36 – 0

Round 3

Kurri

Won 42 - 12

Lost 18 - 10

Won 54 – 16

Round 4

Waratah

Won 84 - 6

Won 72 - 0

Won 86 – 0

Round 5

Cessnock

Won 30 - 12

Won 28 - 10

Won 40 – 8

Round 6

Ray Terrace

Won 34 - 24

Won 36 - 14

Won 88 – 6

Round 7

Lakes

Lost 52 - 30

Lost 30 - 28

Won 36 – 32

Round 8

Wyong

Lost 22 - 20

Lost 38 - 22

Won 25 – 10

Round 9

South

Won 46 - 16

Won 28 - 18

Lost 13 – 6

Round 10

Macquarie

Won 54 - 8

Won 52 - 16

Won 56 – 4

Round 11

Central

Won 78 - 24

Won 86 - 0

Won by Forfeit

Round 12

Northern Blues

Won 30 - 26

Lost 28 - 18

Won 46 – 22

Round 13

Kurri

Won 64 - 16

Lost 28 - 26

Won 64 – 0

Round 14

Waratah

??

??

??

Round 15

Cessnock

Won 19 - 12

Won 32 - 24

Won 50 – 4

Round 16

Lakes

Won 34 - 12

Lost 14 - 12

Lost 14 – 8

Round 17

Ray Terrace

Won 18 - 16

Won 36 - 4

Won 32 – 12

Round 18

Wyong

Won 22 - 16

Lost 34 - 22

Lost 24 – 4

Round 19

South

Won 44 - 2

Lost 26 - 24

Won 38 – 16

Round 20

Macquarie

Won 68 - 16

Won 38 - 10

Won by Forfeit

Play Off 5th

   

West 26 Kurri 8

 

Elimination Semi

   

South 16 West 12

 

Qualifying Semi

     

West 11 Wyong 6

Major Semi

Northern Blues

Lost 28 - 16

 

West 34  Lakes 8

FINAL

Lakes

Won 36 - 24

   

GRAND FINAL

West 32 def Northern Blues 28

 

West 10 Wyong 8

Glen Maloney 1924 - 2004

 

Glen was born in West Wallsend in 1924. He was only a baby when his family moved to Milton, on the South Coast, where his family was involved in a timber business. His father then joined the NSW Railways which resulted in the Maloney family “moving about”. Glen attended 11 Primary Schools, before attending High School in Parramatta. Late in his High School days Glen played A Grade for the Granville Shamrocks Rugby league team. In 1942 Glen joined the RAAF as an air frame fitter. He moved around a number of air force bases before coming back to the Newcastle region at the Rathmines Flying Boat base. Upon leaving the RAAF Glen set up a “Barber Shop” in Rugby Road, New Lambton. (He told me that I had the “roughest nut” of any kid that he knew – but I reckon he told that to every kid who went to his Barber Shop). He married Nita in 1946, and over the years, this partnership was a formidable force as far as West was concerned. He played Third Grade for West in 1948. However, West’s records start in 1951, so his official record with West is – Glen Maloney – 2 Third Grade games – one in 1952 and the other in 1953 – most probably to “help out”. Glen took over as Secretary in 1953 from Gordon Brown. 1953 is significant because very few West records were handed over to Glen, so he “started from scratch”…and he started with the records of the 1951 season…and that’s why West records start at 1951. Glen was Secretary of the Football Club from 1953 to 1975 and President in 1976 and 1977 – an outstanding record. In 1957, Glen, together with Harry Harding, Jack Aitchison, Jack Bell, Doug Carroll, Jack Harvey and Bill Jukes started the idea of a Leagues Club. Special mention should also be made of Solicitor, Bruce O’Sullivan, who had the “know how” to “get things done”. West Leagues Club opened on 24 September 1960 with 150 members. It is no coincidence that West broke a 39 year old drought by winning the 1961 First Grade Grand Final with a 10 to 9 win over Waratah – almost 1 year to the day after the Leagues Club had opened. Glen Maloney gave up his Barber Shop and became the inaugural Secretary / Manager of West Leagues Club. In my opinion Glen Maloney is the “Most Influential Person” in West’s history. On 31 July 1974 Glen, together with long term President, Harry Harding, and long term Treasurer, Jack Bell, were honoured at a Testimonial Dinner – recognition of the importance of these 3 men in West’s history. Glen was also honoured by being appointed “Manager” of West’s Team of the Century that was announced in 2010. My enduring memory of Glen Maloney, is Glen and Nita, circulating at all West’s home games with their weekly raffle – First Prize – a “wonderful” canteen of cutlery and Second Prize – a pure wool “Onkaparinga” blanket. Those were the days!!

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