Drummoyne Rugby Honour Board


The Drummoyne Rugby honour board includes the following categories and members.

Life Members

Life Membership is intended to recognize extraordinary contributions to the preservation, maintenance and ongoing success of the club. Drummoyne Rugby Life Members recognise individuals whose contribution and commitment have the recognition and unanimous endorsement of the existing Life Members. For further information on how Life Members are nominated and approved refer to the Drummoyne Rugby Constitution.

YearNameBio
2004ANDREWS, FredFred’s playing days concluded in 1980. In 1982 he became involved in the Management Committee when John Mulford became President. In 1983 he took over Colts, coaching in what became known as the Golden Age of Drummoyne Colts. Moved up to the senior grades in 1987 and took over 1st Grade in 1989. His team won ten of their last 11 matches including a memorable victory over Minor Premiers, Norths. Fred then formed a close coaching alliance with former First Grade and Club Captain Peter McSullea, which took the club into the nineties and eventually back into First Division. In more recent years, Fred has been the cornerstone of the re-birth of the club in the NSWSRU as both as a Grade Coach and Club Coach.
1978AULAND, “Bunky” *One of Drummoyne’s great players, member of the 1936 First Grade Premiership team. A rugged, uncompromising tight head breakaway, he was to chosen to play for NSW against the All Blacks and from all accounts, gave them plenty. Club President from 1968-1970, then again 1973-75, he was our Patron 1976 – 1994. His great loves were running the weekly raffle and organizing the car park.
1957CORAM, TedThe loss of an eye curtailed Ted’s playing career which began in several outstanding DDRFC junior premiership teams of the thirties. Became the Hon Secretary during WWII, a difficult time when players, officials and referees were in short supply. For 10 years he was the Club delegate to the NSWRU, member of the important Schools’ Committee of the NSWRU. Referee, and for many years the Club’s touch judge. His other posts were Social Secretary and selector. Maintains a strong interest in the Club and in the players, particularly the Drummoyne Juniors.
1986CRAWFORD, Alan *A player in the strong 1930’s era, Alan was on outstanding RAAF bomber pilot during WW11, completing 55 bombing missions over Germany. Mentioned in despatches 3 times for getting his burning plane home and being awarded the DFC.   Returned home in 1945 to work hard for his old club over many years in many capacities: selector, coach. Secretary in 1971, then back in 1983/1984. Every Monday night for the seasons 1947-1985 he attended as our delegate to the meetings of the NSWRU Grades Committee.
2002DAY, BobLong-time mate of Arthur Tierney, uncompromising eighty minute player from the forties and Assistant Commissioner of NSW Police, Bob dedicated many years to his old Club as Secretary from 1989 to 1996, as a selector and delegate. He fought hard for the Club’s return to First Division.   A great swimmer in the World’s Master Games, Bob encouraged the game of Rugby within the Police Force and tours, both outbound and inbound around the world.
1992DYER, David *A fine player for Drummoyne Juniors and then in the senior grades, David extended his playing career after retirement in the Fifties by being available at call whenever a player went missing, no matter which team. He would then back up by running the line for first grade. What a clubman!   With his financial expertise and wise counsel, he was an outstanding Club Treasurer from 1982 to 1991. Together with his wife Robin, now a Vice President of the Club, he kept the Club afloat through tough times.
2008FACEY, CharlesJoined the Club in 1957 playing at outside centre or wing. Of his 135 Club games, 114 were in First Grade. He scored many tries and defended strongly. Following retirement in 1966 he served variously as a selector, coach of the Juniors and Management Committee member. Continues loyal support.
1978FIRTH, Graham *Became involved with the Club for the very best of reasons …. his sons Bernard and David and son-in-law David Dyer were all keen players. A superb organizer, he was a splendid Club Secretary from 1961-1970 and then President 1971-2. He was a well respected member of the Committee of the Sydney Rugby Union.
1933GROSE, Harry *Captain Balmain DRFC 1911-13, fullback and centre. Secretary of Balmain DRFC from 1914-1919. Instrumental with Dr H Moran, in merging the Glebe and Balmain Clubs in 1919. Appointed Life Member of NSWRU in 1940. President of DDRFC from 1940-1951….Patron from 1953-1975.
1938GROSE, Syd *The earliest photo we have of Syd is in a match played by a Drummoyne touring team against Duntroon Military College in Canberra, dated 1922. The last is one taken with Syd, in full Vintage Reds gear, kicking off in the 1983 Golden Oldies, aged 83. All those intervening years he was a committed Red, first grade player, first grade referee, selector, coach & NSWRU delegate. You name it, Syd did it.
1961HIATT, Dr Les *The Club’s long serving medical officer 1946-1959. Many of his stitches are still in place.
2008JOHNSTONE, BrianJoined the Senior Club at the end of the 1952 Junior Club season, playing in the backs as a half, fly half or full back until 1966. His 239 games for the Club included 73 in First Grade. He became the Club’s delegate to the Sydney and NSW Rugby Unions and served on the Executive Committees of those Unions and of the Australian Rugby Union during the period to 1985. Was elected Club President in 1987 and 1988 and continues strong support in all the Club’s deliberations.
2002LANGDON, Betty *Who could ever forget those 26 years Betty and her ladies ran just the best Rugby Kiosk in Sydney! Initially with quite primitive facilities, Betty’s cups of tea revived many a flagging player, as did her spirited words of encouragement. A great collaborator with husband Sep as Secretary and then President, their home was the heart of Drummoyne Rugby for nearly 3 decades.
1972LANGDON, Sep *Began his long career with the Club as the first grade team manager, then became our outstanding Secretary 1950 –58. He was a highly popular Club President from 1963-67, always there with calm counsel and a personal interest in the well being of all players in every team. See later notes on the great partnership he formed with his wife Betty, also a Life Member.
2008McKENNA, John *Joined the Club in 1957 as a versatile flanker or fly half. All his 18 First Grade appearances out of a total 123 Club games were as flanker. After retiring in 1966 , he coached to Reserve Grade level, taking the 1966 team to a grand final. Served for many years on the Management Committee where his legal knowledge and experience, particularly with regard to constitutional matters, were very useful over the years. Also the co author of the Club’s song “We are the Dirty Reds” … with Bruce Rollo in 1971.
1994MILES, Max *Fine first grade centre, Captain/Coach and lock forward in the Fifties, he was the backbone of the Club’s on field efforts and was very unlucky not to have been selected for higher honours.   He was the Club’s Honorary Solicitor for many years and gave distinguished service in that role also to the NSWRU and the Australian Rugby Union. A true Rugby man
2008MILLAR, HunterCame to the Club in 1954 and played in the Premiership winning reserve grade team that year (Colin Caird Shield) & retired in 1962 after a broken leg. Coached 3rd Grade in 1964-65, 1st Grade from 1966 to 1971 & again from 1974 to 1976. Assistant Manager for the tour to New Zealand in 1970 & UK tour in 1974/75. Member of the Management Committee for many years.
1939MORGAN, CE *First grade player in the mid twenties, went on to become an international referee. 4 Tests 1932-4. President of Drummoyne 1929-1937. An outstanding administrator, was Town Clerk of Drummoyne City Council for forty years.
1989MULFORD, JohnCaptain of the Red’s State junior undefeated Premiership teams of 1947-8 and the Combined State U21 team. Played in the First Grade team 1949-52 and then became a first grade referee. President of the Club 1982-87. Elected President of the Sydney Rugby Union in 1989 and Chairman and Senior Vice President of the NSWRU in 1990. Club Patron 2001 to present.
1933MULLETT, Ted *Captain Balmain DRFC 1903-1908, loose forward. First Rugby player in Australia to play 100 first grade games. President Drummoyne Juniors 1933-1950.  Appointed Life Member of the NSWRU 1940. Patron DDRFC 1938-1951.
2008PRIDE, RayCame to Drummoyne from Drummoyne Boys High School in 1964. Played close to 100 first grade games & 200 Club games for the Club. Represented Sydney & NSW. Returned to Coach Colts for 2 years with Derek Yeung. Club Treasurer from 1973 – 1980. Son Matt also plays for the Club.
1957RAYMOND, Dr R.L *Product of Fivedock Juniors, became an outstanding Waratah and Wallaby winger playing 13 Tests 1920 to 1923, scoring 10 tries. Rhodes scholar to Oxford in 1924. Chosen to play for England in 3 Tests.   Came back to play 55 first grade matches for the Club. Club Coach 1948-1951. Club President 1952. Patron 1953-1963.
2002STEPHENSON, Roy *A great Club stalwart, whose 3 sons, Barry, David and Michael have themselves given great service to the Club. He spent his young days growing up in Cometrowe Street, adjacent to the Oval.   Always a strong debater on issues vital to the club, perhaps Roy’s most notable contribution was the organizing of that superb Testimonial for the Club’s great Australian Captain Greg Davis, whose death at a relatively young age left a young family in need of support. Roy mobilized the support of the whole Australian Rugby community and raised a large sum for a Foundation which provided for Greg’s young family and educated the children
1957TANCRED, Arnold *Strong back rower in the Club’s Premiership team of 1925, became a Waratah and Wallaby in 1927/8. Highly respected in the administration of the NSWRU.   Was the Manager of the very successful 1947/8 Wallabies to the UK, France and USA. Largely responsible for the formation of the Drummoyne Ruby (Licensed) Club. Life Member of the NSWRU in 1950
1996TIERNEY, Arthur *Our first grade hooker and front rower of the early forties, Arthur became one of Australian Rugby’s most respected and loved characters. He refereed 140 first grade games and topped his career with the whistle by being appointed to referee the Test between Australia and the British Lions in 1959.   Following his retirement, he became the Club’s long serving timekeeper. He overcame a speech impediment with some classical one-liners which are still quoted by Wallabies and Reds around Australia.
2008WINES, KenKen (and wife Betty) has been an extremely hardworking and dedicated member of DDRFC. Played with the Club in the 1940’s & Captained the Club’s 1947 Kentwell Cup Sub Districts winning team. When he retired, he went on to became a 1st grade referee. Club Secretary from 1985 to 1987. Among other jobs were statistician, scoreboard manager and various game day ground duties.

* deceased

Vice Presidents

Drummoyne Rugby has recognised these key individuals as Honorary Vice President, and the below gives some insight into the spectrum of contribution provided by a Drummoyne Rugby Vice President. For further information on how Vice Presidents are nominated and approved refer to the Drummoyne Rugby Constitution.

YearNameBio
Chapman, IanA stocky and aggressive breakaway who joined the Club in 1967. Made his First Grade debut in 1969 and was unfortunate in not quite achieving the century in First Grade games. Retired in 1977 having played 90 games in the Firsts and 205 games in all. After strong service to the Club in a number of roles was elected President in 1994 and 1995. Continues to support all programmes.
Dyer, Mrs RobinWidow of DDFRC Life Member, David Dyer (who spent years as a player, referee, and ultimately Treasurer of the Club) Robin worked in the kiosk for over 20 years – when it operated in the open (i.e., under beach umbrellas if it rained), out of a tent, and then in the comfort of the purpose-built kiosk after its construction.
Firth, DavidIntroduced to Drummoyne Rugby by brother-in-law David Dyer. Initially involved as a ball boy and junior linesman. Played 2 seasons with Drummoyne Juniors in under 19’s and under 21’s mainly as a loose forward. Only played one season in grade before succumbing to a knee injury. Was then club linesman until referees were appointed to grade games. Also served as gear steward for a number of years. Awarded Clubman of the Year in 1977.
Freedman, JohnA  distinguished player for Drummoyne, NSW and Australia (4 Tests) in the late fifties/sixties who became the President of the NSWRU in 1984. He led the First Grade side to the Minor Shute Shield Premiership in 1964. Has continued his strong involvement in all the Club’s affairs and is an invaluable source of wise counsel.
2008Gavrilis, PeterCame to Drummoyne in 1998, through his association with the (ultimate) 1997 4th grade Premiership team, which was made up of predominately ex Killara-West Pymble Sub Districts Club players (Peter was a past President of KWPRC). Coached Drummoyne through the grades, starting at 4th grade in 1998 and finishing with a 1st grade premiership with David Warne and Nathan Wicks in 2008. A highlight was the 3rd grade Premiership in 2001, which still stands as the only 3rd grade title. A generous sponsor, and employer of players for the Club via his manufacturing business. In his tenure he was influential with player recruitment / retention activities.
2007Newall, DavidJoined the club in 1980 achieving immediate success winning the 4th grade premiership as a speedy, hard tackling centre. Continued on to play over 160 games with the club including over 60 1st grade and was also Club Captain. He captained the 1987, 1989 and 1990 2nd grade premiership teams. He then went on coach lower grade teams through the nineties and ultimately co-coached 1st grade in 2001, 2006 and 2007, winning back to back Kentwell Cups in 2006/07. Has also contributed enormously by mentoring the DD Juniors, with 3 sons playing for the Club.
Nield, Dr JamesPresident of the Club in the years 1976. 1977 and 1978, Jim had been a splendid second rower for the Club in the forties and early fifties when his lineout skills and jumping impressed the Metropolitan selectors for the City v Country games. As President, he admirably filled the dual role as Club Doctor and continues nowadays to be very supportive of all our initiatives.
2005Porter, GeoffCame to the Club at the end of his career & won a 4th Premiership when the Club had just re-entered competition in Subbies in the mid 90’s. Came on board as Secretary, when Management was rebuilding in early 2001 (along with C Fleming/ G Granger). Heavily involved in the Club’s website development. Kept involved with fitness training and assistant Secretary work.
Potts, HaroldCame to Drummoyne from the Petersham Club in 1967. Attained First Grade selection as a rugged hooker/forward in 1969. Retired in 1977, having played 174 Club games, 114 in First Grade. During the period 1973 to 1980 he served as a selector and active member of the Management Committee and continues his strong support of the Club to this day.
2005Rawlings, DannyArrived at the club in mid 1980 and played in the successful 1980 4th grade premiership side. He went on to play over 100 grade games with the club as a halfback, including over 50 in first grade. Also captained the first grade side during the eighties as well being Club Captain and was Clubman of the year. He also served on the committee and coached and managed teams during the nineties. Became President of the Club upon the resumption of competition in Subbies in 1996, and oversaw a rapid promotion through the divisions to ultimately a winning Kentwell Cup (2000).
Scott, JohnInaugural Women’s Coach in 1995 & heavily involved with Women’s Rugby in Sydney. (Coach of the 1998 Women’s Rugby Premiers). 200+ game player for the Club. For many years worked in a number of capacities, Coach, Manager, Canteen, Rugby Committee, Licensed Club Committee, Licensed Club Bar, etc.
2008Sweeting, JohnSince his first association with the club, when he toured the UK and France in 1974-75 as a supporter, John has been heavily involved in the organisation and management of DDRFC. In fact little would know that in 1977, at aged 29, he was awarded most improved 4th grader!
Some contributions are: In 1980, he managed the 4th grade to a premiership, and the following year helped organise and establish the under 16 juniors. John was also involved with coaching Colts in the early to mid eighties, and for 10 years, was a member of the Football Club Management Committee. Currently he assists the coaching staff in 1st grade picking Best and Fairest each week.
Tod, IanA tireless, highly durable forward of the forties and fifties who played over 200 games for the Club. He was outstanding as a club man for the number of matches in which he’doubled up’ when a replacement was needed or a side was short. This enthusiasm for and support of the Club continues in all our gatherings.
2006Todd, Dr David200+ game player from the 80’s. Instrumental in organising numerous overseas tours and trips. From the early 200’s has been in charge of organising the Annual “Vintage Reds” games and has assisted as a trainer with 1st grade for a no of seasons. In addition has acted as the Club Doctor for numerous years.
2006Tsirekas, AngeloCurrent Mayor of Canada Bay Council (Combined Drummoyne / Concord Councils).
2007Warne, DavidCame to the Club when on his travels from the UK in 1980 (same English Club as David Todd) and never really left, except for a stint in grade Rugby in Brisbane. Initially playing on the wing before he moved to the front row, and played over 100 grade games during the eighties. Apart from his Premiership wins as Coach with Fred Andrews in the 90’s, has had tremendous success winning 4 x Kentwell Cups as Coach in the 2000’s (2000, 2004, 2006, 2007) Also known for producing his succulent “Warney Burgers” and “Weber Roasts” on select game days at Drummoyne.
2003Williams, KenJoined the Club in 1955. Played the record number of games for Drummoyne. In 1982 he played his 500th game & when finished totalled over 700. Also coached junior sides. President of the Club in 1993.
Wilson, MaxDuring the sixties when the licensed Club was being established, he represented the Rugby Football Club strongly in the establishment of that body and now as a well respected member of the senior Drummoyne community is well remembered as a great supporter of all things’ Drummoyne’.

Office Bearers

Drummoyne Rugby elects Office Bearers as per the process outlined in the Drummoyne Rugby Constitution. Drummoyne Rugby Office Bearers include the following members over the years.

YearPatronPresidentSecretaryTreasurerClub Captain
2015JG MulfordD RawlingsA DaffJ SageR Hahn
2014JG MulfordC FlemingG HassettG GrangerL Byrnes
2013JG MulfordC FlemingG HassettG GrangerL Byrnes
2012JG MulfordC FlemingG HassettG GrangerD Mew
2011JG MulfordC FlemingG HassettG GrangerD Mew
2010JG MulfordC FlemingG HassettG GrangerD Mew
2009JG MulfordC FlemingG HassettG GrangerN Landrey
2008JG MulfordC FlemingS CarrodusG GrangerN Landrey
2007JG MulfordC FlemingS CarrodusG GrangerN Landrey
2006JG MulfordC FlemingS CarrodusG GrangerD Cook
2005JG MulfordC FlemingG PorterG GrangerC Baggott
2004JG MulfordC FlemingG PorterG GrangerC Baggott
2003JG MulfordC FlemingG PorterG GrangerC Baggott
2002JG MulfordC FlemingG PorterG GrangerB Pennington
2001JG MulfordC FlemingG PorterG GrangerM OBrien
2000DL DyerD RawlingsK StevensonD RawlingsC Lau
1999A TierneyD RawlingsK StevensonS NaltyTBU
1998N/AD RawlingsK StevensonS NaltyTBU
1997N/AD RawlingsK StevensonS NaltyTBU
1996N/AD RawlingsK StevensonS NaltyTBU
1995N/AI ChapmanK StevensonL BrownTBU
1994VAD AulandI ChapmanER DayL BrownTBU
1993VAD AulandK WilliamsER DayD HamillTBU
1992VAD AulandM HahnER DayK CaseyTBU
1991VAD AulandI GordonER DayDL DyerTBU
1990VAD AulandI GordonER DayDL DyerTBU
1989VAD AulandI GordonER DayDL DyerTBU
1988VAD AulandB JohnstoneJ WirthDL DyerTBU
1987VAD AulandB JohnstoneK WinesDL DyerTBU
1986VAD AulandJG MulfordK WinesDL DyerTBU
1985VAD AulandJG MulfordK WinesDL DyerTBU
1984VAD AulandJG MulfordG DarnellDL DyerTBU
1983VAD AulandJG MulfordA H CrawfordDL DyerTBU
1982VAD AulandJG MulfordA H CrawfordDL DyerTBU
1981VAD AulandEC PatonCA ThomlinsonDL DyerTBU
1980VAD AulandEC PatonKF JackmanRN PrideTBU
1979VAD AulandEC PatonKF JackmanRN PrideTBU
1978VAD AulandJ NieldEC PatonRN PrideTBU
1977VAD AulandJ NieldEC PatonRN PrideTBU
1976VAD AulandJ NieldEC PatonRN PrideTBU
1975H GroseVAD AulandEC PatonRN PrideTBU
1974H GroseVAD AulandWG FirthRN PrideTBU
1973H GroseVAD AulandWG FirthRN PrideTBU
1972H GroseWG FirthPN WillmetteGG MunroTBU
1971H GroseWG FirthA H CrawfordPN WillmetteTBU
1970H GroseVAD AulandWG FirthJ PertTBU
1969H GroseVAD AulandWG FirthJ PertTBU
1968H GroseVAD AulandWG FirthJ PertTBU
1967H GroseSF LangdonWG FirthA StevensTBU
1966H GroseSF LangdonWG FirthA StevensTBU
1965H GroseSF LangdonWG FirthA StevensTBU
1964H GroseSF LangdonWG FirthA StevensTBU
1963Grose/RaymondSF LangdonWG FirthA StevensTBU
1962Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanWG FirthA StevensTBU
1961Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanWG FirthAWA WoodTBU
1960Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanJB KnightWG FirthTBU
1959Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanJB KnightWG FirthTBU
1958Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanSG LangdonTN CoxTBU
1957Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanSG LangdonTN CoxTBU
1956Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanSG LangdonTN CoxTBU
1955Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanSG LangdonMW WheatleyTBU
1954Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanSG LangdonMW WheatleyTBU
1953Grose/RaymondWS ChapmanSG LangdonMW WheatleyTBU
1952Grose/RaymondRL RaymondSG LangdonMW WheatleyTBU
1951E MullettH GroseSG LangdonMW WheatleyTBU
1950E MullettH GroseSG LangdonMW WheatleyTBU
1949E MullettH GroseCW MossA H CrawfordTBU
1948E MullettH GroseCW MossA H CrawfordTBU
1947E MullettH GroseCW MossA H CrawfordTBU
1946E MullettH GroseCW MossA H CrawfordTBU
1945E MullettH GroseEW CoramA MalcolmTBU
1944E MullettH GroseEW CoramN/ATBU
1943E MullettH GroseEW CoramN/ATBU
1942E MullettH GroseEW CoramK MaloneTBU
1941E MullettH GroseS GroseN/ATBU
1940E MullettH GroseS GroseN/ATBU
1939E MullettCE MorganS GroseN/ATBU
1938E MullettCE MorganN/AN/ATBU
1937AW MobbsCE MorganCE NelsonRJ MackeyTBU
1936AW MobbsCE MorganCE NelsonRJ MackeyTBU

Centurions

Drummoyne Rugby Centurions are recognised for having played at least 100 games of 1st Grade for Drummoyne Rugby. We also acknowledge players who have played at least 200 games for the club.

Name200 Club GamesName100 1st Grade Games
I Todd223D Walker100
F McLardie202M Miles121
J Webster203G Farrell108
B Johnstone239E Knight166
B Firth314J Freedman163
K Williams749B Firth274
J Rogers206K Graham104
S Auland213S Auland201
W Robinson258C Facey114
EG Tindall315P Strauss122
I Grose229B Hamill109
C MacGraw201G Stevens101
B Broomhead252F Dodd128
EW Tindall207EN Tindall192
W Turner247A McGill172
L Callaghan201EG Tindall196
I Chapman205G Davis123
D Stephenson231J Andrews139
M Moyes205H Potts114
J Scott250D Stephenson158
A Waddington312B Stephenson101
D Todd (Dr)247J Rorke118
C Psaltis225P McSullea103
C Lau226F Mercuri149
S Tupuola233A Perrott125
S Tupuola139
C Lau210
D Prosser108
N Wicks115
A Phillips111
J Burns101
D Hankinson132*
N Landrey122
T Veiru124*
W Koroi104
L Harnett101
I. Turuva10?*
D. Mew10?

Premierships

Drummoyne Rugby has won numerous premierships and club championships.

Club Awards
2012 Club Championship Sub Districts (Div 1)
2008 Club Championship Sub Districts (Div 1)
2004 Club Championship Sub Districts (Div 1)
2000 Club of the Year Sub Districts (Div 1)
1999 Club of the Year Sub Districts (Div 2)
1999 Club Championship Sub Districts (Div 2)
1997 Club Championship Sub Districts (Div 3)
1996 Club Championship Sub Districts (Div 4)
1990 Club Championship District (Div 2)
1st Grade Premierships
2012 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs St Pats Old Boys
2010 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Knox Old Boys
2008 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Beecroft
2007 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Colleagues
2006 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Knox Old Boys
2004 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Colleagues
2000 Kentwell Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Hunters Hill
1999 Barraclough Cup (Div 2 Sub Districts) vs Waverley
1997 Clark Cup (Div 3 Sub Districts) vs Blacktown
1996 McLean Cup (Div 4 Sub Districts) vs Rockdale
1990 Division 2 (District) TBA
1947 Kentwell Cup (misc team in Sub Districts) TBA
1936 Shute Shield TBA
1925 Shute Shield (Glebe-Balmain) TBA
1914 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
1912 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
1909 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
1907 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
1906 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
1901 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
1900 Pre Shute Shield (Glebe) TBA
2nd Grade Premierships
2004 Burke Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Colleagues
2000 Burke Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Hunters Hill
1999 Stockdale Cup (Div 2 Sub Districts) TBA
1996 Grose Cup (Div 4 Sub Districts) TBA
1990 Division 2 (District) TBA
1989 Division 2 (District) TBA
1987 Division 2 (District) TBA
1954 Colin Caird Shield TBA
1939 Colin Caird Shield TBA
1932 Colin Caird Shield TBA
1919 Pre Colin Caird Shield (Glebe-Balmain) TBA
3rd Grade Premierships
2001 Whiddon Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs St Patricks
1919 District (Glebe-Balmain) TBA
4th Grade Premierships
1997 Nicholson Cup (Div 3 Sub Districts) vs Blacktown
1990 District – Div 2 vs Penrith
1980 District – Div 2 TBA
1964 District TBA
1946 District TBA
5th Grade Premierships
2010 Sutherland Cup (Div 1 Sub Districts) vs Old Ignatians
Under 21 (Colts)
1985 ‘2nd Grade’ Colts, District – Div 2 TBA
1952 Metropolitan State Championship* TBA
1948 Metropolitan State Championship TBA
1947 Metropolitan State Championship TBA
1939 Metropolitan State Championship TBA
1935 Metropolitan State Championship TBA
1933 Metropolitan State Championship TBA
Women
2000 2nd Division
1998 1st Division vs Warringah
*Preceded Colts Rugby

Awards


Drummoyne Rugby has a rich history and Drummoyne Rugby Awards those who contribute to the club, both on and off the rugby field with our annual awards.

Most Successful Team (Vince O Gorman Shield)

Presented to the most successful team of the season. Awarded since 2000 and named after Vince O Gorman.

President’s Player (Ian Gordon Memorial)

Presented to the player that the President feels has ???. Awarded since 2000 in memory of Ian Gordon who ???

Players Player (David Dyer Shield)

Presented to the player nominated by all players and coaches as the Players Player. Awarded since 2001 and named after David Dyer.

Voted by: Players, Coaches and Committee. In the case of a tie, the Executive Committee will appoint a winner.

Rookie of the Year (??)

– Awarded since 2000 to the player that ???

Cattle Dog (James Garroway Award)

– Awarded to the player whose character traits most resembles a cattle dog; loyal, hard working, never taking a backward step. They’re not flashy or the best player, but always happy to play multiple games on a Saturday and do it for the love of the game and club, without the need for recognition. Awarded since 2012 and named after James Garroway, who describes what this award means with the below words:

“He has no lineage or credential to brag of but has the nobility of the mongrel breed. He is not hedonic or a honed & oiled gladiator – but he will not shy away from a scrap. He won’t be found in the mansion or in the penthouse – you will find him by the BBQ. He sneers at the speed and grace of the thoroughbreds – yet he will always be “thereabouts” somehow. He won’t be the one to hold the prize aloft, or be posturing for the lens – but no one else can do so without him. His dues are paid in blood, his position is earned in sweat, there’s pride in the dust of his coat and his toil is as real as it is both unnoticed and ever-present. But above all; the Cattle Dog does not stop. He just keeps on until there’s nowt left to do. And he will do all as & when asked and his reward is the joy in the game itself.”

Voted by: Coaches and Committee

Chris Noble Award

Awarded to the player who puts the most effort into their training and shows unrivalled commitment. Not necessarily the fittest, fastest or strongest amongst us, but one who continues to inspire and lead by the example of their dedication and giving their absolute best. Awarded since 2014 in memory of Chris Noble, who tragically lost his life in the Rozelle fire, which claimed three lives.

“The late Chris Noble trained like an athlete who loved rugby. He might not have been the most gifted player, but a more dedicated trainer you could not meet. No complaints, he did the hard work and it often showed in the way he defended on the field. But above all Chris was a club man. To him playing the game meant a commitment to training, the match and getting to know his team mates better post game”.

Voted by: Head Trainer and Club Coach

Player of the Day – Veterans Day (Gary Nicoles Trophy)

Presented to the player who is nominated as the Best & Fairest from the Veterans watching the game. Awarded since 2001.

Overall Best & Fairest (Greg Davis Award)

Presented to the player who overall earns the most Best & Fairest points for the season. Awarded since 2010 and named after the late Greg Davis, a former Drummoyne Rugby captain, and Wallaby captain, and one of Drummoynes favourite sons, recognised in the naming of the Grand Stand completed in 2013.

Clubman of the Year (Keith Ellis Plaque)

Presented to a member of Drummoyne who has ??? Awarded since 1989 and named after Keith Ellis who ???

Voted by: Coaches, Committee, Executive Committee

Highest Point Scorer (???)

– not awarded since 2010

Most Consistent Kicker (Bill Chapman Trophy)

– Presented to the player who has been the most consistent kicker for the season. Awarded since 1966 and named after Bill Chapman, who ???

– Not awarded since 2002

Most Offside Forward (George Knapton Award)

– Presented, tongue in cheek, to the forward who has been caught offside more times than any other throughout the season. Awarded since 1978 and named after George Knapton, who ???

YearRecipientAward
2013David MewClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2011Alex PerkinsClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2010Gavan HassettClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2008Nathan WicksClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2006Scott CarrodusClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2004Colin BaggottClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2002Michael StephensonClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2000Fred AndrewsClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1998Ross EdwardsClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1996Robyn GreentreeClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1994Ken StevensonClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1992Alan ColganClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1990Fred AndrewsClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2014Colin BaggottClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2012Ross CambourneClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2009Tony ReyClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2007Gavan HassettClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2005Lisa - Jane KinnyClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2003Sandy Bannatyne / Geoff PorterClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2001Ken StevensonClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1999Colin Fleming / Elma FlemingClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1997Ken StevensonClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1995Not AwardedClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1993John ScottClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1991Ken WinesClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
1989John ScottClubman of the Year - [Keith Ellis Plaque]
2013Robert HahnPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2011Chris PeglerPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2010Alex PerkinsPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2008Wayne FordPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2006Pete GoodallPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2004Rob CooperPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2002Dan JeffriesPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2000Mark O’BrienPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2014Richard JobsonPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2012Benn SykesPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2009David MewPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2007Will FitzpatrickPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2005Nick GrahamPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2003Geoff GrangerPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2001Owen ParryPresident's Player - [Ian Gordon Memorial]
2013Sabea DemouniPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2011Tom StephensonPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2010Alex PerkinsPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2008Dominik DuschlbauerPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2006Tom HayesPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2004Scott MonoghanPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2002Bill ElliottPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2014Tiger ParkerPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2012Jake HavebondPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2009Pete ThomasPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2007Dusty ElsomPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2005Star TauasiPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2003Owen ParryPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2001Craig BarnettPlayer's Player - [David Dyer Shield]
2013Luke FletcherRookie of the Year
2011Robbie McGowanRookie of the Year
2010Tom StephensonRookie of the Year
2010Cameron AllenRookie of the Year
2008Josh HilliardRookie of the Year
2006James MackRookie of the Year
2004Chris PeglarRookie of the Year
2002Mark GillespieRookie of the Year
2000Alex PhillisRookie of the Year
2014Tiger ParkerRookie of the Year
2011Sam BuckthoughtRookie of the Year
2009Tom WilliamsRookie of the Year
2007Dan SimpsonRookie of the Year
2005Andrew CatersonRookie of the Year
2003James RonsisvalleRookie of the Year
2001Nick TindallRookie of the Year
20141st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20121st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20105th GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20081st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20061st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20041st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20021st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20002nd GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20135th GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20111st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20095th GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20071st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20055th GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20031st GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
20013rd GradeMost Successful team - [Vince O Gorman Shield]
2014not awardedMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2012not awardedMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2013Chris RheinbergerMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2011not awardedMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2009Ade CassimMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2007Benn SykesMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2005Andrew MasonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2003Dave DallawayMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2001Nathan GardnerMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1999Bruce BaileyMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1997Gary SwassMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1995not awardedMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1993Wayne GreewegMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1991Alex PalmerMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1989Ian HullMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1987Martin OrbellMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1985Tony SwansonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1983Alan WaddingtonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1981Russell FrazerMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1979Ian PatonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2010Ben LonsdaleMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2008Richard JobsonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2006John KaneMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2004Mick DaveyMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2002Nick TurnballMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2000Jim GarrawayMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1998Andrew SimpsonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1996not awardedMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1994not awardedMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1992Paul TaylorMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1990George KnaptonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1988Mick PalmerMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1986Paul JonesMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1984Jesse JamesMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1982Boyd HarperMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1980Mike HahnMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
1978Adam GordonMost "Offside" forward - [George "Nappos" Knapton Award]
2013Nathan IafetaPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2011Tom StephensonPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2009Dave HankinsonPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2007Craig MartinPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2005Scott MonaghanPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2003Liam HarnettPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2001Craig BarnettPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2014Jake HavebondPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2012Sevanaia RokobaroPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2010Dave HankinsonPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2008Nathan LandreyPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2006Craig MartinPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2004Scott MonaghanPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2002Tim HarleyPlayer of the day - Veteran's Day [Gary Nicoles Trophy]
2014Shaun DixonClub Best & Fairest - [Greg Davis Award]
2012Sam BuckthoughtClub Best & Fairest - [Greg Davis Award]
2010Alex CruickshankClub Best & Fairest - [Greg Davis Award]
2010Trent TappClub Best & Fairest - [Greg Davis Award]
2013Luke FletcherClub Best & Fairest - [Greg Davis Award]
2011Sanualio AfeakiClub Best & Fairest - [Greg Davis Award]
2010Joseph Ronald HansellRoger Ramjet Award
2014Hamish BeattieCattle Dog Award - [James "Nutter" Garroway Award]
2012Alex PerkinsCattle Dog Award - [James "Nutter" Garroway Award]
2013Travis CaseyCattle Dog Award - [James "Nutter" Garroway Award]
2014Jerry TukadraChris"Nobby" Noble Award 
2010Tagi IsaiaHighest Point Scorer
1966A McGillMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1967A McGillMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1968A McGillMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1969J HoltMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1970J HoltMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1971R BirrellMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1972A McGillMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1973A McGillMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1973R KershlerMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1974A McGillMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1975G NissonMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1976D McGrawMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1977D McGrawMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1978J MaquireMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1979D McGrawMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1980K WillickMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1981J RorkeMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1982B WrightMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1983D McEvoyMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1984D McEvoyMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1985D McEvoyMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1986P BastisteMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1986B WrightMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1987A DalyMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1989R FarlowMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1990A DalyMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1991A PerrottMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1992J HallMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1993R WhelanMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
1994D StewartMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
2002A PhillipsMost Consistent Kicker - [Bill Chapman Trophy]
2000Matt Thomas1st Grade Best & Fairest
2001Brian O Conner1st Grade Best & Fairest
2002Carlos Jonker1st Grade Best & Fairest
2003Dave Dallaway1st Grade Best & Fairest
2004Reece Clarke1st Grade Best & Fairest
2005Carlo Jonker1st Grade Best & Fairest
2006Scott Monaghan1st Grade Best & Fairest
2007Alisi Leao1st Grade Best & Fairest
2008Tuainafua Veiru 1st Grade Best & Fairest
2009Scott Monaghan1st Grade Best & Fairest
2010Trent Tapp1st Grade Best & Fairest
2011Sanualio Afeaki1st Grade Best & Fairest
2012Jake Havebond1st Grade Best & Fairest
2013Jake Havebond1st Grade Best & Fairest
2014Shaun Dixon1st Grade Best & Fairest
2000Alfred Batimaa1st Grade Most Consistent
2001Orisi Kunaleca1st Grade Most Consistent
2002Rob Cooper1st Grade Most Consistent
2003Steve Hager1st Grade Most Consistent
2004Carlo Jonker1st Grade Most Consistent
2005Dave Hankinson1st Grade Most Consistent
2006Willie Teo1st Grade Most Consistent
2007Trent Tapp1st Grade Most Consistent
2008Liam Harnett1st Grade Most Consistent
2009Nathan Landrey1st Grade Most Consistent
2010Chris Newton1st Grade Most Consistent
2011Chris Newton1st Grade Most Consistent
2012Nathan Iafeta1st Grade Most Consistent
2013Seva Rokobaro1st Grade Most Consistent
2014Jake Havebond1st Grade Most Consistent
2014Taylor Smith1st Grade Most Improved
2000Jimmy Burns2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2001Nathan Wicks2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2002Liam Harnett2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2003Leon Taunton2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2004Tristan Pidd2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2005David Mew2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2006David Tu-Hoa2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2007Dusty Elsom2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2008Alex Cruickshank2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2009David Mew2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2010Villi Isaia2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2011Richard Pese2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2012Andy Martin2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2013Andy Martin2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2014Chris Sefo2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2000Boris Trinajistic2nd Grade Most Consistent
2001Nick Tindall2nd Grade Most Consistent
2002Adam Dillon2nd Grade Most Consistent
2003Don Hicks2nd Grade Most Consistent
2004Rob Collins2nd Grade Most Consistent
2005Nick Graham2nd Grade Most Consistent
2006Alex Cruikshank2nd Grade Most Consistent
2006Steve Wilson2nd Grade Most Consistent
2007Steve Wilson2nd Grade Most Consistent
2008Peter Oitmaa2nd Grade Most Consistent
2009Jesse Milford2nd Grade Most Consistent
2010Alex Perkins2nd Grade Most Consistent
2011Shanon Beardmore2nd Grade Most Consistent
2012Marcus Fraser2nd Grade Most Consistent
2013Daniel Tavita2nd Grade Most Consistent
2014Corey Luyten2nd Grade Most Consistent
2000Willy..3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2001Stephen Greaves3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2002Tui Vatu3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2003Paddy Cooney3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2004Adrian Bourke3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2005Mitch Kearsley3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2006Alex Perkins3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2007Peter Oitmaa3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2008Dave Zwart3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2009Benn Sykes3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2010Benn Sykes3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2011Benn Sykes3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2012Sam Buckthought3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2013Luke Fletcher3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2014Oscar Fraser3rd Grade Best & Fairest
2000Derek Daley3rd Grade Most Consistent
2001Nathan Gardiner3rd Grade Most Consistent
2002John Zelenjak3rd Grade Most Consistent
2003Darren Shields3rd Grade Most Consistent
2004Rob Cawood3rd Grade Most Consistent
2005Hamish Beattie3rd Grade Most Consistent
2006Hamish Beattie3rd Grade Most Consistent
2007Tom Hayes3rd Grade Most Consistent
2008Dan Simpson3rd Grade Most Consistent
2009Alex Perkins3rd Grade Most Consistent
2010Peter Oitmaa3rd Grade Most Consistent
2011Chris Pegler3rd Grade Most Consistent
2012Chris Read3rd Grade Most Consistent
2012Tim Colhoun3rd Grade Most Consistent
2013Richard Jobson3rd Grade Most Consistent
2014Rob Douglas3rd Grade Most Consistent
2000Andy Baldwin4th Grade Best & Fairest
2001Geoff Granger4th Grade Best & Fairest
2002Andy Farley4th Grade Best & Fairest
2003Mark Nichols4th Grade Best & Fairest
2004Mark Nichols4th Grade Best & Fairest
2005Michael Drew4th Grade Best & Fairest
2006Morgan Reglar4th Grade Best & Fairest
2007Tyson Campbell4th Grade Best & Fairest
2008Asher Milgate4th Grade Best & Fairest
2009Pete Thomas4th Grade Best & Fairest
2010Nathaniel Marshall4th Grade Best & Fairest
2011Wayne Ford4th Grade Best & Fairest
2012Simon Layfield4th Grade Best & Fairest
2012Chris Rheinberger4th Grade Best & Fairest
2013Wayne Ford4th Grade Best & Fairest
2013Scott Robertson4th Grade Best & Fairest
2013Ben Phillips4th Grade Best & Fairest
2000Sandy Jones4th Grade Most Consistent
2001Bill Elliott4th Grade Most Consistent
2002Rob Cawood4th Grade Most Consistent
2003Andy Farley4th Grade Most Consistent
2004Dave Smith4th Grade Most Consistent
2005Eamon Cremin4th Grade Most Consistent
2006Dusty Elsom4th Grade Most Consistent
2007Richard Jobson4th Grade Most Consistent
2008Steven Kelaher4th Grade Most Consistent
2009Joe Hansell4th Grade Most Consistent
2010Joe Keresi4th Grade Most Consistent
2011Andrew Lazzaro4th Grade Most Consistent
2012Nathaniel Marshall4th Grade Most Consistent
2013Jamie Blake4th Grade Most Consistent
2014Wayne Ford4th Grade Most Consistent
2000Winston Gong5th Grade Best & Fairest
2001Owen Parry5th Grade Best & Fairest
2002Dave Davies5th Grade Best & Fairest
2003Stuart Dykstra5th Grade Best & Fairest
2004Alex Perkins5th Grade Best & Fairest
2004Milton Smith6th Grade Best & Fairest
2005Brett Donoghue5th Grade Best & Fairest
2006Michael Johnstone5th Grade Best & Fairest
2007Tri Do5th Grade Best & Fairest
2007Jonathan Sage5th Grade Best & Fairest
2008Darren Shields5th Grade Best & Fairest
2009John Wright5th Grade Best & Fairest
2010Alex Cruickshank5th Grade Best & Fairest
2011John Wright5th Grade Best & Fairest
2012Will Peglar5th Grade Best & Fairest
2013Hamish Beattie5th Grade Best & Fairest
2014Ben Phillips5th Grade Best & Fairest
2000Aiden Blowers5th Grade Most Consistent
2001Eddie Bush5th Grade Most Consistent
2002John Rooke5th Grade Most Consistent
2003Daniel Grigg5th Grade Most Consistent
2004Dave Davies5th Grade Most Consistent
2004Scott Carrodus6th Grade Most Consistent
2005John Wright5th Grade Most Consistent
2005Trevor Rangel5th Grade Most Improved
2006Wayne Ford5th Grade Most Consistent
2006Stefan Evans5th Grade Most Improved
2007Nathaniel Marshall5th Grade Most Consistent
2008Geoff Granger5th Grade Most Consistent
2008Dominik Duschlbauer5th Grade Most Improved
2009Jonathan Sage5th Grade Most Consistent
2009Yinan Zhang5th Grade Most Improved
2010Damien Macaulay5th Grade Most Consistent
2011Jimmy Atkinson5th Grade Most Consistent
2012Ben Sutton5th Grade Most Consistent
2013Albert Moujali5th Grade Most Consistent
2013Michael McTiernan5th Grade Most Improved
2014Ian Sutcliffe5th Grade Most Consistent
2014Jerry Tukadra5th Grade Most Improved
2000Steve BonnettColts Best & Fairest
2001Nathan LandreyColts Best & Fairest
2002Nathan LandreyColts Best & Fairest
2003Ashley WalshColts Best & Fairest
2004Richard MallamColts Best & Fairest
2005Andrew CatersonColts Best & Fairest
2006Andrew LazzaroColts Best & Fairest
2007Roger EatonColts Best & Fairest
2008Josh HilliardColts Best & Fairest
2009Sabea DamouniColts Best & Fairest
2010Nick HartColts Best & Fairest
2011Herman SasuluColts Best & Fairest
2012Nicolas StephensonColts Best & Fairest
2013Jack BarrettColts Best & Fairest
2014Tiger ParkerColts Best & Fairest
2000Jarrad HughesColts Most Consistent
2001John BeswickColts Most Consistent
2002Adrian BourkeColts Most Consistent
2003Chris PeglarColts Most Consistent
2003Phil BirdColts Most Improved
2004Hugh FentonColts Most Consistent
2004Arif ImranColts Most Improved
2005Andrew PeglerColts Most Consistent
2005Samir MalkounColts Most Improved
2006Raimund LongbottomColts Most Consistent
2006Nick BullColts Most Improved
2007Lyle TaualaiColts Most Consistent
2007Tom HallidayColts Most Improved
2008YuYa TanaseColts Most Consistent
2008Blair VincentColts Most Improved
2009Tom WilliamsColts Most Consistent
2009Adelaide TeoColts Most Improved
2010Daniel FenechColts Most Consistent
2010Rob DouglasColts Most Improved
2011Tom StephensonColts Most Consistent
2011Travis CaseyColts Most Improved
2012Bradley ParkerColts Most Consistent
2012Matthew BurrellColts Most Improved
2013Sam RatabuaColts Most Consistent
2013Michael HunterColts Most Improved
2014Josh HaywardColts Most Consistent
2014Will BrindleColts Most Improved
2000Kerry GemmelWomens Best & Fairest
2001Kerry GemmelWomens Best & Fairest
2002Lusinita HalaapiapiWomens Best & Fairest
2003Kerry GemmellWomens 1st Grade Best & Fairest
2003Rosalie GrahamWomens 2nd Grade Best & Fairest
2003Naomi ChartWomens 1st Grade Player's Player
2003Renee SimpsonWomens 2nd Grade Player's Player
2004Renee SimpsonWomens Best & Fairest
2004Lusinita HalaapiapiWomens Player's Player
2005Faryaneh HayatiWomens Best & Fairest
2005Megan RisseWomens Player's Player
2006Faryaneh HayatiWomens Best & Fairest
2006Shannon BarlowWomens Player's Player
2000Jackie RaisenWomens Player's Player
2001Renee CraftWomens Most Improved
2002Kim Skildum-ReidWomens Most Consistent
2003Elizabeth CorbettWomens 1st Grade Most Improved
2003Eva NasioWomens 2nd Grade Most Improved
2003Rebecca NichollsWomens Most Consistent
2004Lolisi NasioWomens Most Improved
2005Clare MenziesWomens Most Improved
2005Clare MenziesWomens Kid Skildum-Reid's Workhorse Award
2006Clare MenziesWomens Most Improved
2006Elizabeth CorbettWomens Kid Skildum-Reid's Workhorse Award