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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 7:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Current and Defunct junior teams of the NSDJRLFC & NSDRLFC Schoolboy's Competition [their first known title in brackets]:

All Blacks
Artarmon [A grade 1921]
Asquith [A grade 1959]
ASOPA / Ausopa
Berry's Bay [A grade 1922]
Berowra [E grade 1978]
Blue's Point [A grade 1918]
Blue's Point Kinkora [B grade 1914]
Brick and Tile
Brooklyn
Chatswood [C grade 1932]
Christian Bros [D grade 1942]
Clifton Gardens
Cremorne Strata
Crows Nest Wonder Boys
Crows Nest [B grade 1921]
D Bay Rec [B grade 1944]
Dundas [D grade 1974]
Elliot Brothers
Epping
Galston
Gladesville Sports Club [A grade 1969]
Grace Brothers
Greenwich [B grade 1921]
Hills Hawks
Hornsby [A grade 1926]
Ku-ring-gai Cubs [Under 9's 2017]
Ku-ring-gai/West Pymble
Lane Cove
Lane Cove Institute
Lane Cove Tigers [E grade 1960]
McMahon's Point [B grade 1952]
Macquarie University
Marist Bros/Collegians [C grade 1926]
Mashman Brothers
Miller's Point Kia-ora
Milson's Point Waratah [B grade 1918]
Milson's Point Kiora [A grade 1928]
Mosman [C grade 1927]
Mosman Collegians [D grade 1960]
Mount St Bernard
Naremburn Kangaroos [C grade 1931]
Naremburn-Mondo
Neutral Bay [D grade 1939]
Normanhurst
Northbridge
Northern District Knights
North Epping
North Sydney Federal
North Sydney Juniors [B grade 1931]
North Sydney Kinkora
North Sydney Kiora [A grade 1955]
North Sydney United [E grade 1958]
North Sydney Verona
North Sydney Waratahs
North Sydney Womerah
O.L.D Chatswood
Orpheum Juniors [D grade winners 1933]
Pennant Hills/Cherrybrook [u11's 1969]
Pymble
Rest Hotel Cammeray
Ridge Street Tigers [D grade winners 1930]
Rover's Sports Club
Rozelle Waratah
Strata [A grade 1972]
Strata Neutral Bay
Sacred Heart Pymble
St Brigids [D grade 1932]
St Joseph's Neutral Bay
St Leonard's Naremburn
St Michael's Lane Cove
St Peters Newtown! [A grade 1954]
St Thomas's Willoughby
St Vincent's
Wahroonga
Warringa[h] [B grade 1920]
West Pymble [u16's 1983]
West Ryde-Dundas
West Sydney [C grade 1923]
Willoughby Chatswood [A grade 1934]
Willoughby District [A grade 1914]

Note: A number of the above teams had name changes/mergers, so in effect some of the above are effectively the same 'entity'. This list includes schools that ran teams in the NSDJRFL on the weekends. I have included teams normally from other districts other than the MWDJRLFC, hence the presence of teams like St Peters, Ryde-Dundas, Gladesville, Epping, Macquarie University.

Historically some grades have been run jointly by the NSDJRFLC and other junior district rugby league clubs, esp MW and Balmain.

Complied from various sources, including the Annual Report and Financial Statement [for seasons 1927, 1928, 1946, 1957, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1971, 1976 and 1986], Grand Final programmes and old results pages of the SMH.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another team not there is the Northern District Knights, they played in the noughties..out of Tentallon oval Lane Cove..
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

and played in Newcastle colours..of red and blue..
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Added a few teams to the list, including ASOPA, the former Australian School of Pacific Administration (ASOPA) that was at Middle Head, now a National Trust/National Park area.

The 1971 Annual Report lists them as " Ausopa " though.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kodiaks wrote:
and played in Newcastle colours..of red and blue..



Kodiaks,

Any idea why they went with a new identity and colours, when they were still playing out of/were in effect "Lane Cove" and the 'Tigers id' would have done?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 8:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

the tigers had already fallen over by then .. Northern districts were only around for a few years in the noughties.mainly young age groups but they did have a 16s if I remember..
I see you didn't have Brooklyn down as a junior club.. I saw it in a very early paper when I was doing research on the 21 team this week..
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 17, 2010 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kodiaks wrote:
the tigers had already fallen over by then .. Northern districts were only around for a few years in the noughties.mainly young age groups but they did have a 16s if I remember..
I see you didn't have Brooklyn down as a junior club.. I saw it in a very early paper when I was doing research on the 21 team this week..


I'll add Brooklyn cheers, still a shame that a Lane Cove based team didn't continue with the local name and colours.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 12:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BearsFanDave wrote:


Greatest win: 41-8 v Manly 30 June 1997

Anyone have the scorers info for that game?

Hi Guys,

I'm a regular over at League unlimited, but most importantly, I'm a league history and stats lover.

Azkatro at LU and myself have our own stats/history website
www.rugbyleagueproject.org.

Sorry if this appears to be spamming, but I post the link purely for your assistance, and hopefully we can help each other with history etc for the bears.

In regards to the question above, if you go to this link you can see team line-ups, pointscorers and other match specific info.

http://www.rugbyleagueproject.org/seasons/ARL_1997/Round_14/North_Sydney-vs-Manly_Warringah/summary.html

NORTHS 41 (Dallas 2, Caruana, Fairleigh, Florimo, Moore, Williams tries; Taylor 6 goals; Taylor field goal) def
MANLY 8 (Hopoate, Menzies tries)

Taylor (Norths) 6 goals from 9 attempts
Field (Manly) 0 goals from 2 attempts

Scrums: Manly 5-2
Penalties: Norths 4-3

NORTHS
1 - M.Seers
2 - B.Dallas
3 - W.McLean
4 - C.Caruana
5 - N.Roy
6 - G.Florimo
7 - J.Taylor (c)
8 - J.Stuart
9 - M.Soden
10 - S.Trindall
11 - D.Fairleigh
12 - G.Larson
13 - B.Moore

14 - B.Pommery
15 - D.Hall
16 - D.Williams
17 - M.Reiber

MANLY
1 - C.Hancock
2 - J.Hopoate
3 - C.Innes
4 - D.Moore
5 - A.Hunter
6 - G.Toovey (c)
7 - C.Field
9 - D.Gillespie
9 - J.Serdaris
10 - M.Carroll
11 - S.Menzies
12 - D.Gartner
13 - N.Kosef

14 - S.Fulton
15 - C.Lyons
16 - N.Tierney
17 - S.Nevin

Referee: David manson
Crowd: 14,615
Venue: North Sydney oval
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cnbhs wrote:
Kodiaks wrote:
and played in Newcastle colours..of red and blue..



Kodiaks,

Any idea why they went with a new identity and colours, when they were still playing out of/were in effect "Lane Cove" and the 'Tigers id' would have done?

Northern District Knights were playing out of Somerville Oval in Eastwood... then they shifted into Lane Cove but they wanted to keep their logo/colours etc...
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

girvie wrote:
cnbhs wrote:
Kodiaks wrote:
and played in Newcastle colours..of red and blue..



Kodiaks,

Any idea why they went with a new identity and colours, when they were still playing out of/were in effect "Lane Cove" and the 'Tigers id' would have done?

Northern District Knights were playing out of Somerville Oval in Eastwood... then they shifted into Lane Cove but they wanted to keep their logo/colours etc...


thanks Girvie
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2017 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Junior teams and their first title edited as above to reflect the Ku-Ring-Gai Cubs result today - congrats Cubs.
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