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Season 2010

Yearbook

See attached file


Compiled by Sarah Osborne & Kylie Torr


2010 Chrono:


 


Club President Daryl Young (Resigned Mar 2010), Timothy Badger; Vice President Football Vacant; Vice President Admin Kim Mayer; Vice President Auskick Chris Brown (Resigned Apr 2010)


Competing teams include Under 10, Under 12 White, Under 12 Red, Under 14 & Under 16


At the conclusion of Season 2009, Penrith Swans JAFC gains AFL Quality Club Bronze Level status, becoming 4th NSW-ACT junior club to do so.

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Season 2009

Yearbook
See attached file [2.311Mb]

Compiled by Dave Hall

2009 Chrono:

Club President Daryl Young; Vice President Football Dave Hall; Vice President Admin Kim Mayer; Vice President Auskick Vacant

Competing teams include Under 10 White, 10 Red 12, 14 White, 14 Red & 16

Greater Sydney Juniors - Western Sydney (GSJ-WS) forms incorporating two regions, previously GSJ-Sydney West & GSJ-South West. Inaugural Chairman Michael Walker (Penrith).

Under 10 match format becomes non-competitive.

AFL officially launches Team GWS (Greater Western Sydney) which will become the 18th team within the Official AFL competition

First junior games are played on the newly opened Blacktown Olympic Park (BOP) including the GSJ-WS Finals Series

Under 14 Reds finish Runners Up to Camden Blues

Club Awards:

Under 10 White B&F: Dillion Stevens
Under 10 Red B&F: Blake Smith
Under 12 B&F: Robert Badger
Under 14 White B&F: Adam Vance
Under 14 Red B&F: Jeromy Watts
Under 16 B&F: George Paneras

Senior Clubman: Kim Mayer & Paula Murphy
Junior Clubman: Bradley Leech

Life Members:

[Bronze] Morgan Hall, Michael Griffiths, Dylan Ashman, Nathan Walker, Joshua Goscombe

[Silver] Kylie Torr, Phil Lane, Jene Duffus, Bradley Leech

[Gold] Paul Swinfield, Deirdre Hall

GSJ-Western Sydney Awards:

Under 14 Div 2 B&F: Adam Vance
Under 14 Div 1 B&F: Brayden Eastwell
Under 16 B&F: Jack Ponton

AFL Coach of the Year : Scott Duffus
AFL Volunteer of the Year : Dave Hall

AFL Umpire Golden Whistle Award: Luke Hall

Sydney Swans stars Barry Hall & Luke Ablett visit Greygums Oval as lead up to the AFL recruitment period

Club purchases shipping container for Oval #2 to help relieve storage & home game logistic issues

Club purchases shade structure for Oval #2. Concrete slab kindly laid by Penrith Council

Penrith Council conducts unprecedented maintenance to Greygums Oval including:

Painting of Club facilities
Installation of new cupboards & sink to kitchen
Renovations to shower & toilet facilities
Installation of tiered seating to Oval #1
Installation of alarm system
Top dressing to Oval #1
Installation of moisture content sensors

Federal Member for Lindsay, David Bradbury & Cr John Thain, Penrith Council participate in National Tree Planting Day at Greygums Oval in conjunction with members from Cranebrook Little Athletics

A sub Committee is formed in an effort to upgrade existing facilities at Greygums Oval. Plans to construct a new club facility gain momentum

Under 14 Red player Brayden Eastwell kicks an u14 club record of 51 goals in a season while also kicking 9 goals in a match.

Under 14 Red player Kayla Badger, finishes her Penrith Swans career with a female record aggregate of 37 goals. Kayla also holds individual female club records for Under 12 & Under 14

Club receives a 1000 dollar Super Centre Resource Pack courtesy of NAB more

Season 2008

Yearbook
See attached file [2.785 Mb]

Compiled by Dave Hall

2008 Chrono:

Club President Paul Swinfield; Vice President Football Daryl Young; Vice President Admin Rhonda Medlen; Vice President Auskick Steve Lindeback

Competing teams include Under 10 White, 10 Red, 11, 12, 14 White, 14 Red & 16

Greater Sydney Juniors - Sydney West (GSJ-SW) introduces Under 11 competition, first time since Season 2001. Due to the introduction of the new AFL Junior Match Policy, Season 2008 will become the final year where Under 10 format is played competitively

2008 becomes most successful year in club with 3 x Premiership Flags. A huge victory celebration is held at Peachtree Tavern on the eve of Grand Final day. On this day, the GF venue is switched last minute from Dukes to Gipps Oval (Greystanes) due to unseasonal heavy & persistent rain. The GFs are played in perhaps the wettest/worst conditions ever experienced for juniors.

Premiership #13: Under 10 Red [7-7-49] v Blue Mountains White [2-4-16] at Gipps Oval, Greystanes

Premiership #14: Under 12 [7-11-53] v Hawkesbury Saints [1-5-11] at Gipps Oval, Greystanes; Best on Ground Adam Vance

Premiership #15: Under 16 [5-6-36] v Emu Plains [5-3-33] at Gipps Oval, Greystanes; Best on Ground Jack Ponton

Club Awards:

Under 10 White B&F: Kylan Edwards
Under 10 Red B&F: Robert Badger
Under 11: Jay Lansdown
Under 12 B&F: Adam Vance
Under 14 White B&F: Jeromy Watts
Under 14 Red B&F: Michael Griffiths
Under 16 B&F: Liam Murphy

Senior Clubman: Tony Pianta
Junior Clubman: Liam Murphy

Life Members:

[Junior] Luke Hall, Brendan Duffus, Benjamin Mayer, Bradley Swinfield, Aaron McGee

[Senior] Dave Hall, Scott Duffus, Kim Mayer, Lynn Brydon

GSJ - Sydney West Awards:

Under 10 Sportsman’s Award: Sean Watson
Under 12 Sportsman’s Award: Joel Fisher
Under 14 Runner Up B&F: Jarrad Clarke (14 White), Ben Mayer 14 Red)
Under 16 Runner Up B&F: Tate Dimech

AFL Umpire Golden Whistle Award: Luke Hall

Sydney Swans stars Brett Kirk & Craig Bird visit Greygums Oval as lead up to the AFL recruitment period

Auskicker, Recce Chicca attends the AFL Grand Final at the MCG after winning an AFL Auskick promotion. Recce kicks two goals during the half-time Auskick entertainment in front of 100,000 spectators

Under 16 player Michael Hartley gains an AFL Scholarship with Collingwood (3rd AFL Scholarship for the Club)

Under 10 Red player Robert Badger kicks an u10 club record of 43 goals in a season while also equalling the record 6 goals in a match.


New lighting is switched on for the first time on Oval #2. Penrith Council installs new bench seating on western wing of Oval #1

Penrith Swans obtain their own domain name www.penrithswans.com.au

Thanks to Under 10 Red coach, Tim Badger, HMAS Watson puts in a huge joint effort to raise over 2000 dollars as part of the Yellow Ribbon Day (male prostrate cancer awareness) fund raiser, this being the most for any AFL sporting entity

Under 10 White Coach, Scott Duffus takes to the airwaves promoting Junior AFL throughout the region via the ‘Men in Black’ segment on Hawkesbury Radio 89.9FM more

Season 2007

Yearbook
See attached file [4.889 Mb]

Compiled by Wendy Gunn & Dave Hall

2007 Chrono:

Club President Paul Swinfield; Vice President Football Jeffrey Morgan (resigned); Vice President Admin Lynn Brydon; Vice President Auskick Rhonda Medlen

Competing teams include Under 10, 12 White, 12 Red, 14 & 16

Club finally wins their first and illusive Under 12 Flag, as undefeated Premiers

Premiership #12: Under 12 [10-10-70] v Hawkesbury Jets [1-3-9] at Bensons Lane, Richmond; Best on Ground Jarrad Clarke

Club Awards:

Under 10 B&F: Jay Lansdown
Under 12 White B&F: Ben Zalac
Under 12 Red B&F: Jack Wagner
Under 14 B&F: Liam Murphy
Under 16 B&F: Aidan Ventura

Senior Clubman: Jimmie Ashman Snr & Mandy Ashman
Junior Clubman: Jessica Noble

Life Member: [Junior] Jarryd Tinker

GSJ - Sydney West Awards:

Under 10 Sportsman’s Award: Jordan Pares
Under 11 Sportsman’s Award: Jason Nott
Under 12 Sportsman’s Award: Ben Zalac (12 White) Justin Eckford (12 Red)
Under 14 Runner Up B&F: Liam Murphy
Under 16 Runner Up B&F: Tate Dimech

Chairman’s Award: Deirdre Hall

Under 16 players Jake Pianta & Nicholas Perry gain AFL Scholarships with Carlton & Collingwood respectively

Penrith Council installs new team shelters (dugouts) as well as the connection of recycled water on Oval #1. New light poles are erected on Oval #2 more

Season 2006

Yearbook
See attached files Pt A [2.912 Mb] Pt B [5.124 Mb] & Pt C [1.993 Mb]. Single file is too large to upload to website

Compiled by Dave Hall

2006 Chrono:

Club's 25th Anniversary

Club President Paul Swinfield; Vice President Football Dave Hall; Vice President Admin Lynn Brydon; Vice President Auskick Rhonda Medlen

Competing teams include Under 10 White, 10 Red, 12 White, 12 Red, 14 White, Under 14 Red

Greater Sydney Junior – Sydney West (GSJ-SW) replaces Greater Western Football Association (GWFA) in an effort to streamline & standardise AFL junior rules and administrative processes among the eight (8) Sydney regions. Inaugural Chairman Tony Nixon, Quakers Hill.

Formation of GSJ effectively sees the end of regional club delegates and thus 'one club, one vote'.

Quakers Hill Bombers joins the region while GSJ-SW manages the merged Under 14 & Under 16 competitions with GSJ-South West. Unfortunately due to low numbers, Penrith were unable to field an Under 16 side.

The Penrith Rams return to Greygums Oval after losing tenancy at Dukes Oval, stemmed mainly by complaints from Penrith District Cricket.

First time in known club history where there is a 3-way tie in a Best & Fairest count

Premiership #10: Under 10 [5-5-35] v St Clair [2-2-14] at Greygums Oval, Cranebrook; Best on Ground Tremayne Cashman

Premiership #11: Under 14 [17-17-119] v Hawkesbury Saints [0-1-1] at Greygums Oval, Cranebrook; Best on Ground Nicholas Perry

Club Awards:

Under 10 White B&F: Jordan Pares
Under 10 Red B&F: Adam Vance
Under 12 White B&F: Jarrad Clarke
Under 12 Red B&F: Aaron McGee
Under 14 White B&F: Jack Ponton
Under 14 Red B&F: Aidan Ventura, Jake Pianta & Joshua Nesbitt

Senior Clubman: Andy Medlen & Rhonda Medlen
Junior Clubman: Nicholas Perry

GSJ - Sydney West Awards:

Under 10 Sportsman’s Award:
Under 11 Sportsman’s Award:
Under 12 Sportsman’s Award:
Under 14 Runner Up B&F:
Under 16 Runner Up B&F:

Under 14 Red player Joshua Nesbitt is handed tickets to Melbourne as part of his selection in the Under 15 AFL Kickstart team, a program initiated specifically for indigenous players, sponsored by Qantas. Josh plays in a curtain raiser match on the MCG.

Under 12 player Ben Mayer kicks an u12 club record of 87 goals in a season while also kicking 12 goals in a match on two occasions. more

Season 2005

Yearbook
See attached file [5.706 Mb]


Compiled by Dave Hall

2005 Chrono:

Club President Paul Swinfield; Vice President Football Dave Hall; Vice President Admin Lynn Brydon; Vice President Auskick Rhonda Medlen

Competing teams include Under 10, 12 White, 12 Red, 14

GWFA merges with the Campbelltown Association to form an Under 16 competition. Unfortunately due to low numbers, Penrith were unable to field a side.

The Under 14 team numbers are boosted by players from Blue Mountains Kangaroos (BMK) who were unfortunately unable to field a team. Season 2006 will see the return to these players to BMK.

Similar to 2004, the Collingwood Magpies conduct an AFL Community Camp within the Sydney basin. Tarkyn Lockyer, Paul Licuria, Heath Shaw & Travis Cloke attend primary schools within the Cranebrook area, promoting the game to youngsters. Recruiting numbers soar as a result of their professional approach and interaction with the kids.

Premiership #9: Under 10 [7-4-46] v Hawkesbury Jets [3-4-22] at Dukes Oval, Emu Plains; Best on Ground Morgan Hall

Club Awards:

Under 10 B&F: Ben Zalac
Under 12 White B&F: Milika Smith
Under 12 Red B&F: Jack Ponton
Under 14 B&F: Tim Conallin

Senior Clubman: Grant Bennett & Adam Fisher
Junior Clubman: Gail Bennett

Life Member: [Junior] Casey Tinker

GWFA Awards:

Not known

Ex Penrith Swan, Earl Shaw is added to the Sydney Swans rookie list following his performance in the Under 18 National Championships playing for NSW. Earl who stands at 199cm commences as ruck in the Sydney Swans Reserves

A shipping container is obtained for Oval #1 as a shared resource with Cranebrook Little Athletics. The container helps relieve some of the storage matters, where club equipment was previously held off-site in homes of Committee members of both Clubs more

Season 2004

Yearbook
See attached file [5.064 Mb]

Compiled by Dave Hall


Chrono 2004:

Club President Paul Swinfield; Vice President Football Dave Hall; Vice President Admin Lynn Brydon; Vice President Auskick Vacant

Competing teams include Under 10, 12, 14

Due to unfortunate defections to Northside clubs, the Under 16s are unable to field a team due to the remaining low numbers. The Under 16s will not field another team until Season 2007.

Scott Duffus (Penrith) becomes GWFA President

The Under 10s win a nail bitter Grand Final at Bensons Lane. In the dying seconds of the game, the ball is delivered by Ben Mayer to Morgan Hall who snaps a goal from the half-forward flank to see the Swans win by 3 points.

The Under 12s finish as Runners Up to Emu Plains

The AFL conducts AFL Community Camps in an effort to boost recruiting within targeted regions throughout Australia. Western Sydney is graced with the presence the Collingwood Magpies. Following an official opening & function with Blacktown Mayor, Collingwood Captain Nathan Buckley & Assistant Coach Neil Balme accept a framed GWFA Representative jumper from GWFA President, Scott Duffus. The Magpies then attend an Auskick Clinic at Dukes Oval.

Premiership #8: Under 10 [3-7-25] v St Clair [3-4-22] at Benson’s Lane, Richmond; Best on Ground Ben Mayer

Club Awards:

Under 10 B&F: Ben Mayer
Under 12 B&F: Aidan Ventura
Under 14 B&F: Casey Tinker

Senior Clubman: Deirdre Hall & Jene Duffus
Junior Clubman: Andrew

Life Member: [Junior] Casey Tinker

GWFA Awards:

Not known

Penrith Council lays concrete slab in front of amenities block much to the delight of visitors and club patrons. This in turn allows for the purchase of tables, umbrellas & chair & for cafe-style atmosphere near canteen. Sales increase as a result more

Season 2003

Yearbook
See attached file [3.008 Mb]


Compiled by Dave Hall


Chrono 2003:

Club President Scott Duffus (resigned) Paul Swinfield (WEF 2 Jul 03); Vice President Football Kim Mayer; Vice President Admin Lynn Brydon; Vice President Auskick Vacant

Competing teams include Under 10 White, 10 Red, 12, 14, & 16

Under 16s join GWFA competition however Hawkesbury decide to remain within Northside

Under 10 White finish as Runners Up to Blue Mountains Kangaroos

Premiership #6: Under 14 [5-12-42] v Blue Mountains [5-9-39] at Cook & Banks Reserve, St Clair

Premiership #7: Under 16 [12-11-83] v St Clair [7-14-56] Cook & Banks Reserve, St Clair

Club Awards:

Under 10 White B&F: Ben Mayer
Under 10 Red B&F: Jack Ponton
Under 12 B&F: Tom McNamara
Under 14 B&F: Grant Tinker
Under 16 B&F: Grant Berry

Senior Clubman: Dave Hall
Junior Clubman: Matthew Duffus

Life Members: [Junior] Grant Tinker & Luke Burcher

GWFA Awards:

Under 14 B&F: Max McNamara
Under 16 Runner Up B&F: Grant Berry

The long standing co-tenancy ends when the Penrith Rams depart Greygums Oval for their new home at Duke’s Oval, Emu Plains. As a result, the Swans are forced to obtain new equipment (eg scoreboard, stretcher, tackle bags, etc) that was otherwise shared with the Rams

Under 16 player, Dale Chivas kicks a club record 91 goals in a season as well as 14 goals in a match. At this time goals scored after Mercy Rule were never maintained. If counted, Dale would have easily achieved more than 100 goals in a season. It is for this reason that the Club decides to tally these goals to players in future seasons. more

Season 2002

Yearbook
See attached file [0.545 Mb]



Compiled by Dave Hall



Chrono 2002:

Club President Scott Duffus; Vice President Football Kim Mayer; Vice President Admin Gary Grimes (resigned); Vice President Auskick Lynn Brydon

Competing teams include Under 10 White, 10 Red, 12, 14, & 16

Greater Western Football Association (GWFA) replaces Penrith Valley Association (PVA). Shane Salmon from Hawkesbury (brother to Essendon great, Paul Salmon) is elected as inaugural President

Final year that Under 16s will play in the Northside competition before moving to GWFA

Club Awards:

Under 10 B&F: Aidan Ventura
Under 12 B&F: Tom McNamara
Under 14 B&F: Wesley Anderson
Under 16 B&F: Brendan Hall

Senior Clubman: Trish McGee
Junior Clubman: Margaret Griffiths

Life Members: [Senior] Peter Shaw

GWFA Awards:

Not known

The club trailer (used weekly for transporting canteen & on-off field equipment needs) is restored by Paul Swinfield. The clubhouse is repainted thanks to donation from Kylie Torr and a replacement fridge is obtained thanks to efforts of Delcene Griffiths more

Season 2000-2001

PenrithSwans

See attached pdf [3.72 Mb]


Compiled by Allan Tinker & Dave Hall


2001 Chrono:


Club President Peter Shaw; Vice President Football Allan Tinker; Vice President Admin Scott Duffus; Vice President Auskick Lynn Brydon


Competing teams include Under 10, 11, 13, 14 & 16


Western Power, Whalan Reserve enter the PVA competition fielding u10s & u12s


Under 13s finish as Runners Up


Club Awards:


Under 10 B&F: Casey Tinker


Under 11 B&F: Joshua Shephard


Under 13 B&F: Ryan Freeman


Under 14 B&F: Grant Berry


Under 16 B&F: Andrew Rutherford


Senior Clubperson: Delcene Griffiths


Junior Clubman:
Not known


PVA Awards:


Auskick Coordinator of the Year: Lynn Brydon


2000 Chrono:


Club President Peter Shaw; Vice President Vacant


Competing teams include Under 10 White, 10 Red, 12 White, 12 Red, 13, 14 & 16.


Penrith Valley Association (PVA) formed as a breakaway from the powerful Northside competition. Peter Shaw (Penrith) becomes inaugural President.


It is the first year of Penrith Swans (ex Rams) and as such, a new playing strip.   Formation of new local competing clubs: Emu Plains Lions, Blue Mountains Kangaroos & St Clair Crows. Hawkesbury Saints (Est. 1981) also become part of the PVA.


PVA includes competition for Under 10 & Under 12, Under 13, 14 & 16 remain in the Northside competition.

A successful recruitment day is conducted at Penrith Plaza, thanks mainly to the arrival of the 2009 AFL Premiership Cup proudly presented to the large crowd by Kangaroos superstar, Wayne Carey.



Club Awards:


Under 10 White B&F: Matthew Klinsic

Under 10 Red B&F: Matthew Bell

Under 12 White B&F: Grant Berry

Under 12 Red B&F: Ryan Freeman

Under 13 B&F: Gareth Seckold

Under 14 B&F: Matthew Grant

Under 16 B&F: Michael Ross


Senior Clubman: Not known

Junior Clubman: Not known


Life Members: [Junior] Jason Scala (200 Games)


PVA Awards:


Not known


Club is sadly rocked by passing of Club Secretary & PVA Umpire coordinator, Chris Lehmann


Under 16 players, David Leonie & Daniel Steer play a few games in Sydney Swans Reserves

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Season 1999

PenrithRams_Old
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1999 Chrono:

Club President Peter Shaw, Vice President Bob Moolenaar

Competing teams include Under 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15 & 16

Club Awards:

Under 13 B&F: Chris Cheeseman
Under 15 B&F: Leigh Hickson & David Leaone
Under 16 B&F: James Hartnig

Senior Clubman: Doug Muir & Connie Muir
Junior Clubman: Timothy Lehmann

Association Awards:

Under 9 B&F: Joshua Shephard
Under 10 B&F: Ryan Freeman
Under 11 B&F: Grant Berry
Under 12 B&F: William Tuckwell
Under 15 B&F: Daniel Steers more

Season 1998

PenrithRams_Old
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1998 Chrono:

Club President Kevin Scobie, Vice President Bob Moolenaar

Competing teams include Under 10, 11, 12, 14 & 16

Club Awards:

Under 10 B&F: Max McNamara
Under 14 B&F: Daniel Steer
Under 16 B&F: Peter Robinson

Senior Clubman: Janette Moolenaar
Junior Clubman: Matthew Moolenaar

Association Awards:

Under 14 B&F: Daniel Steers more

Season 1997

PenrithRams_Old
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1997 Chrono:

Club President Kevin Scobie, Vice President Mark Sullivan

Competing teams include Under 10, 11, 12, 14 & 16

Premiership #5: Under 11 Penrith [x-x-xx] v ??? [x-x-xx] at ???

Club Awards:

Under 14 B&F: Daniel Steers
Under 16 B&F: Leigh Kingwell

Senior Clubman: Haydn Scala
Junior Clubman: Brad Scobie

Association Awards:

Under 10 B&F: William Tuckwell
Under 14 B&F: Jason Turner
Under 16 B&F: Alistair Richardson more

Season 1996

PenrithRams_Old
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1996 Chrono:

Club President Kevin McGee, Vice President Alan Stewart

Competing teams include Under 10, 12, 14, 16 & 18

Club Awards:

Under 14 B&F: Brad Kingwell
Under 16 B&F: Glenn Bradley
Under 18 B&F: Scott Pavey

Senior Clubman: Not awarded
Junior Clubman: Not awarded

Association Awards:

Nil more

Season 1995

PenrithRams_Old
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2005 Chrono:

Club President Kevin McGee, Vice President Alan Stewart

Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17

Premiership #3: Under 13 Penrith [x-x-xx] v ??? [x-x-xx] at ???

Premiership #4: Under 17 Penrith [x-x-xx] v ??? [x-x-xx] at ???

Under 15s finish Runners Up

Club Awards:

Under 13 B&F: David Carroll
Under 15 B&F: Glenn Bradley
Under 17 B&F: Scott Pavey

Senior Clubman: Trish Balchin
Junior Clubman: Daniel Barnes

Association Awards:

Nil more

Season 1994

PenrithRams_Old
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1994 Chrono:

Club President Kevin McGee, Vice President Alan Stewart

Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17

Premiership #2: Under 15 Penrith [x-x-xx] v ??? [x-x-xx] at ???

Under 17s finish Runners Up

Club Awards:

Under 11 B&F: Leigh Gilbert
Under 13 B&F: Clint Berry
Under 15 B&F: Stephen Potter
Under 17 B&F: Lee Perry

Senior Clubman: Alan Stewart
Junior Clubman: Glenn Stewart

Association Awards:

Nil more

Season 1993

PenrithRams_Old
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1993 Chrono:

Club President Joe Bradley, Vice President ??

Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.

Club Awards:

Under 13 B&F: Glen Gilbert
Under 15 B&F: Adam Holland
Under 17 B&F: Luke McGrath

Senior Clubman: Haydn Scala & Mal Skilton
Junior Clubman: Glenn Stewart

Association Awards:

None known more

Season 1992

PenrithRams_Old
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1992 Chrono:

Club President Joe Bradley, Vice President Mick Butler

Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17

Premiership #1: Under 13 Penrith [4-7-31 v Macquarie [3-6-24]

Under 15s finish Runners Up to Glebe; while Under 17s finish Runners Up to Macquarie more

Season 1981-1991

PenrithRams_Old

See attached pdf [1.05 Mb]


Compilation of first 10 years of Penrith Junior Australian Football Club (Rams)


Little history recorded during these early years.


Season 1991:
Club President Joe Bradley, Vice President Mal Skilton
Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.

Club Awards:
Under 13 B&F: Michael Clancy
Under 15 B&F: Alan Butler
Under 17 B&F: Dwayne Finch
Senior Clubman:  Sue Bradley
Junior Clubman: Rachel & Vanessa Scobie


Season 1990:
Club President Joe Bradley, Vice President Joe Poulter
Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.
Club Awards:
Under 13 B&F: Matthew Poulter
Under 15 B&F: ??
Under 17 B&F: Paul Dolan
Senior Clubman:  Kevin Scobie
Junior Clubman: Jason Bradley

Season 1989:
Club President Joe Bradley, Vice President Joe Poulter
Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.

Club Awards:
Under 13 B&F: Matthew Breen
Under 15 B&F: Jason Fairall
Under 17 B&F: Brenton Walker
Senior Clubman:  Georgina Miller & Sue Bradley
Junior Clubman: Natalie Skilton & Belinda Miller

Season 1988:
Club President Leigh Bullock, Vice President Joe Bradley
Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.

Club Awards:
Under 11 B&F: Darren Skilton
Under 13 B&F: Glenn Berry & Shane Berry
Under 15 B&F: Andrew Clark
Under 17 B&F: Brad Davies & Mark Davies
Senior Clubman:  Chris Breen
Junior Clubman:


Season 1987:
Club President Adrian Hunt, Vice President Rob Chivers
Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.
Penrith Juniors move to new home ground at Greygums Oval, Cranebrook


Season 1986:
Club President Adrian Hunt, Vice President Leigh Bullock
Competing teams include Under 9, 11, 13, 15 & 17.

Season 1985:
Club President John Simpson (resigns), Adrian Hunt (WEF 17 Apr 85); Vice President Leigh Bullock
Competing teams include Under 10, 12, 14, 16 & 18.

Association Awards:
Under 12 Runner Up B&F: M. Burke
Under 16 B&F: G. Moorfoot


Season 1984:
Club President Ian West; Vice President David Blythe
Competing teams include Under 10, 12, 14, 16 & 18.


Season 1983:
Club President Ian Crowley (resigns 19 Jan 83), Ian West (WEF 16 Mar 83); Vice President David Blythe
Competing teams include Under 10, 12, 13, 15 & 17.
Penrith Juniors move to new home ground at Sales Park, Luddenham ??


Season 1982:
No known history.


Season 1981:

Alan Stewart is the inaugural Club President with Ian West as Vice President.
Penrith Juniors compete for first time as Under 11 Pumas, Under 11 Cougars & Under 13 Pumas.

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