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Given NameSurnameNicknameTeamYears PlayedNotes
HerbertAbbertonBertCanowindra281908-1980
LAbbertonCanowindra26Probably Leo Abberton (1903-1971) brother of Bert. He also played with Glebe 1925 & Balmain 1926
LesAbbertonCootamundra22WW1; Railway worker
MickAbbertonCanowindra28Canowindra stalwart; Cudal coach 1928; Trundle 1932
Erik AlecAbbottPaulGrenfell471927-2008; baker
RayAbbottGrenfell48, 49Also boxer
JohnAbelJackCowra38Captain 1938; North Sydney 1935-36; South Sydney 1941
KevinAbrahamsonCowra45In Army at Cowra POW camp; Easts 1947-48; Coached Narromine 1950; also recorded as Abrahamsen
AlanAcklandCootamundra63, 65School teacher; St George Rugby Union 1955-59; killed in car accident 1982 aged 42
JohnAdamsWest Wyalong60Dentist?
CecilAdnumWest Wyalong33, 341910-73; from Aberdeen NSW
KeithAitkenTumut53Captain coach; South Sydney 1947-49; Eastern Suburbs 1952
GregAlchinCootamundra60c1942-2005, brother of Mick Alchin, uncle of Jason Alchin
BrianAlexanderTumut62Died 1979 aged 38
GeorgeAlgieTumut32Glebe 1929, Balmain 1930, Souths 1933, coach South Grafton 1934
MiltonAllattKingTumut21, 22, 23, 251895-1975, WW1 soldier
TomAllbuttCootamundra37From Wallenbeen?
HarryAllenCowra41
RonAllenGubbyTemora53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61Later referee and club official
WilliamAllportBillyWyangala Dam66, 67Narrawa North, stationhand?
RAllsoppCootamundra29
GeorgeAlsburyJunee53, 54Captain-coach 1954 & 1955; often recorded as Aylesbury
JimAlstonTumut47, 48, 491925-2009, Captain 1949
ArchAndersonCowra37, 39, 40, 41, 45, 48Captain 1945
DaveAndersonGrenfell53, 55Auto mechanic ; born about 1928
DavidAndersonWamoon69
EAndersonDutchyWest Wyalong241891-? ; North Sydney 1911; South Sydhey; 1916-19, West Wyalong coach 1922 & 1930
GregAndersonYoung58, 59, 60, 61, 64
JackAndersonCowra48Captain 1948; Canterbury 1944; coached Redfern All-blacks 1947
JackAndersonTemora49Captain 1949, ex-New Zealand fly half
JoeAndersonCowra40
MaxAndersonMazzaJunee48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54Played first Maher Cup aged 17; died 25.4.1991 aged 60
NevilleAndersonBarmedman70
NormAndersonYoung62Perhaps same as Grenfell player
NormAndersonGrenfell63, 66Captain 1966
WalAndersonCowra41
CAndertonTeddyCootamundra32Wests 1931 & 33, Newtown 1932
NoelAndrewsBoorowa59
RegAndrewsCowra41
TedAndrewsBarmedman27
MiltonAngelWagga23, 27From Borambola
SpencerAngelWagga23From Borambola
RegAngusBarmedman491924-? ; Bricklayer; Norths 1947-48 with Tom Kirk
CliveAnnettsHookYoung60Annetts family were from Shephardstown near Adelong
HoraceAnthonyTemora26, 29, 31Storeman at Pardey's Flour Mill
KevinAppsSnowyHarden-Murrumburrah59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 70, 7126.5.1940-3.1.1977; Station Hand
MickAppsWest Wyalong57From Ungarie
TomAppsBristlesHarden-Murrumburrah58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65Shunter
AlbertArabinAlbyYoung61, 62, 65Also known as a boxer ; later coached Young
StanArcherCootamundra53Newtown 1952; Thirroul 1954
Athol ThomasArentzTomTumut5230.8.1922-1998; brother of Kevin Arentz
KevinArentzSmackerTumut46, 47, 48, 51, 5316.9.1926-25.8.2012
BArgaetHarden-Murrumburrah53Probably Brian Argaet
BillArgaetHarden-Murrumburrah28, 29Contractor, later barber at Cootamundra; brother of Ted Argaet; 1905-1987
BillArgaetCootamundra34, 35From Harden
ColArgaetHarden-Murrumburrah60, 62, 64, 65, 66Son of Tom Argaet
DavidArgaetHarden-Murrumburrah70, 71Son of Ted Argaet
EdwardArgaetTedHarden-Murrumburrah38Brother of Bill Argaet
PArgaetHarden-Murrumburrah54Possibly Brian Argaet
OllieArmourHarden-Murrumburrah35Ex-Junee
OllieArmourJunee28, 29Railway worker; later a referee; 17.6.1904-22.1.1974
TArmourTemora39
JackArmstrongJunee41Brother of Mick and Ron; 1920-1994
MickArmstrongJunee46, 47Brother of Jack & Ron; 1922-2009
RonArmstrongJunee46Brother of Jack & Mick; 1928-2003 
BillArthurBinalong46
CharlieAshtonChookMallee Plains47
CharlieAshtonChookWest Wyalong40, 41
JAshtonYoung29, 30
JimAshtonBoorowa57, 59East Juniors 1954; Souths reserves 1956
NoelAshtonYoung714.9.1951-24.12.2009
RAshtonDiggerYoung48, 49, 50
NevilleAsimusGundagai46, 47, 48, 49Grazier from Mt Horeb; sapper in WW2; 10.10.1922-1994; South Brisbane 1945;
AlfAstonGrenfell50born 1930 ; carpenter
MiltonAtkinsonCootamundra53Easts 1948-1949, Souths 1950-1951, 1953
CliffAttwoodGundagai50, 51, 52Later moved to Wagga
RalphAttwoodGundagai45, 46, 47, 48, 50Later Gundagai Shire president, died 18.2.1991 aged 64.
RegAustinCootamundra61, 62
TomAustinCootamundra64
WAyresCootamundra35
KevinBacchusGundagai55
GeorgeBaconBarmedman26, 27, 331895-1957; labourer and grocer ; later Barmedman selector
TobyBaconBarmedman62, 63, 64
PhilBagwellTemora26Souths 1923; also spelled Bagwill
RBaileyCowra53
NickBainBarmedman40
AllanBakerTumut57, 58
BarryBakerYoung62, 63
EdgarBakerTumut20, 21, 22Fireman
GordonBakerTumut35
NevilleBakerBoorowa52
RBakerYoung64, 65
RegBakerLoppyTumut34, 35, 36, 37Killed in motor vehicle accident 1949
GBallCootamundra46
JohnBallWest Wyalong57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63
KBallJunee56
KevinBallWest Wyalong56, 57, 58, 59, 60
RayBallWest Wyalong39, 40Army WW2
BrianBallardTumut56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62
ErnieBallardTumut55
GeorgeBallardFooGundagai41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53born 1924
JBallardTemora67
JohnBallardGrenfell55
KenBallardNedTumut65
TerryBallardHarden-Murrumburrah70
BallardCurleyGundagai63, 64
ArchBamblettCowra45, 46
BobBanksTumut29, 30, 32, 34, 35Captain 1934 ; also boxer
KeithBarber / BarkerBarmedman32, 33
WarrenBardsleyWest Wyalong58
EddieBarkerYoung39, 40Teacher, ALP member
BillBarnesCowra37Worked on building Catholic Church at Cowra
BrianBarnesYoung63
HaroldBarnesSnowyBoorowa55, 56, 57
DavidBarnhillWamoon69Influential country rugby league administrator; died June 2015 aged 75
AlanBarrettTemora63, 64, 65, 66, 67
BruceBarrettBruiserTemora65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70
KeithBarrettCobberTemora40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54Captain 1949
BrianBarringtonWest Wyalong65
FredBarringtonWest Wyalong54, 55
LloydBarringtonWest Wyalong69
RayBarringtonWest Wyalong65, 66, 67, 68, 69
BobBartlettGundagai55, 57
AubBartonTemora25Hotelier, also boxer; previously with Yass; later Lake Cargelligo
JoeBartonYoung51Probably same at Boorowa player
JoeBartonBoorowa53
TonyBartonMooseTumut56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61Captain-coach 1969
WBartonTumut39
BruceBashfordWest Wyalong63
AllanBassettGundagai63, 64, 65
FredBateupBinalong46Born 1910
BillBatleyThe PlumberBoorowa53Mascot 1951; Souths reserves 1952
BillBatleyTemora54Moved to Barmedman
BillBatleyThe BatBarmedman55, 56, 571930-2016; plumber; ex Boorowa
JohnBattenallyTumut48, 491926-2008; from Quandialla; railwayman; christened Ronald John
BillBattyeGrenfell38, 39
ElwynBattyeCowra34, 38
JBattyeCowra36Possibly same at Grenfell player
JohnBattyeGrenfell35, 38, 39
RonBattyeGundagai52, 53Ex Balmain
TBeasleyHarden-Murrumburrah31
FrankBeasyHarden-Murrumburrah23Yass footballer
AlexanderBeaulockJunee33, 341911-1984; Blacksmith; 1934 Coolamon coach; 1935 Narrandera; 1937 Yanco
RayBeavanTumut60, 61, 63, 71Captain-coach 1963 ; ex Easts 1959, 1960; Canterbury 1962
AlfBeazleyBroncoHarden-Murrumburrah40, 416.1.1916-19.3.1981, from Wombat, WW2
AlfBeazleyBroncoYoung46, 47, 48Ex Harden
BernieBeckBoorowa51, 52Ex lower grade Parramatta
MaxBeecherWest Wyalong35, 36, 37Butcher; also Sydney Rugby Union; went to USA 1949
NevilleBeeglingTumut25, 28, 31Brother of Otto 'Boydie' Beeglin
OttoBeeglingBoydieTumut23, 25Ran in foot race that preceded the first Maher Cup match; died 22.11.1953 aged 55
TedBegleyGrenfell63, 64Captain 1963
AllanBehanMickBarmedman37, 38, 39, 401909-1990; fettler
BarryBeiberGrenfell65, 66
ABellCootamundra39
BillBellCootamundra57, 58, 59, 60(1932-1999?); Bill, Bob, Max & Ken were brothers
BobBellCootamundra54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62Bill, Bob, Max & Ken were brothers
Gordon?BellChummyJunee51From Illabo
JackBellOnionCootamundra40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49
KenBellCorkyCootamundra58, 59, 60, 62, 63Bill, Bob, Max & Ken were brothers
LBellGundagai48
MaxBellMaxoCootamundra56(1935-2003?); Bill, Bob, Max & Ken were brothers
BillBellewJunee27Railway ticket clerk
BarryBeltTumut60, 61
BrianBembrickGrenfell60, 64Brother of Bob Bembrick farmed 'Wirega'
RobertBembrickBobGrenfell50, 51, 52, 53Farmer 'Wirega' Grenfell, had Merino Stud, served on Weddin Council
BarryBennettYoung63Later to Barmedman
BarryBennettBarmedman66Captain 1966
BobBennettYoung56From the Monaro
FBennettCowra24
HurtleBennettTemora48
TedBennyWest Wyalong54
TomBensleyHarden-Murrumburrah27
TomBensleyHoppyGrenfell35, 38WW2 ; born 9.8.1911, died Young 1972
MBensonTumut23
JohnBergBarmedman51, 52, 54, 55
JackBernhardtMoYoung51Norths 1949
VicBerryTemora25
JimBevanGrenfell39Ex Yass
PeterBirchWagga Magpies69
LyleBirksGrenfell62Baker
PeterBirksGrenfell49
JohnBiscayaGundagai51From Lockhart; ex Wagga; teacher
BillyBischoffBarmedman47Captain 1947
RonBishopTumut56Captain 1956
BarryBlackHarden-Murrumburrah62, 64, 65
BarryBlackCootamundra66, 69, 70Ex Harden ; Captain-coach 1970
RegBladwellYoung29, 30, 31
AlfBlairSmackerWagga31Captain 1931; Souths 1917-27, 29-30
DaveBlakeWest Wyalong34Railway worker; to Barmedman 1935
DaveBlakeBarmedman35
EricBlandTemora41
ColinBlizzardYoung70, 71
BarryBlundellGrenfell54Easts 1953 and 1955-56.
BobBlundellLoftyHarden-Murrumburrah58Will Galvin gives name as Bill
FrankBlundellBarmedman27Originally from Queanbeyan moved to Barmedman as a paid player July 1927; Father of squash champion Heather McKay ; died 28.8.1987 aged 83
FrankBlundellGundagai28
FrankBlundellCootamundra30Played with his home team Queanbeyan in 1929.
FrankBlundellTemora32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38
IanBlytonYoung66, 67Captain 1967
ErnieBoal / BoalsGibsonvale46
RoyBoardmanCowra49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54Played later at Orange
CBodelGundagai35From Coolac
JBolandYoung50
GrahamBollingtonWamoon69
BrianBolteWest Wyalong63, 65, 68, 69
JohnBondJackYoung50, 52, 53
JimBoneCootamundra26
BonhamGundagai45
BernieBoobyGundagai40
JohnBoobyGundagai64, 65Played later for North Sydney
DennisBookerDinnyWest Wyalong47Captain 1947
BBourkeCowra28
BrianBourkeYoung35Captain 1935; Parkes 1934; Norths 1932
CBourkeHarden-Murrumburrah52
JBourkeHarden-Murrumburrah29
TedBourkeGundagai50nephew of 'Jockey' Bourke
TomBourkeJockeyGundagai34, 36, 37, 40also excelled at swimming, diving and boxing, WW2 N265891, 4.9.1914-19.2.1981
ABourke / BurkeCowra24
MickBowenCowra40, 41
RonBowerGundagai47, 48, 49, 50, 51school teacher ; WW2 NX167518, 11.3.1922-9.10.1968
KBowlesYoung49
DonBowtellCootamundra53, 54, 56, 57
GillBoxGrenfell47Captain-coach; Balmain 1941-42 & 46
BobBoydTemora26From Springdale/Stockinbingal; also played Australian Rules
IanBoydYoung25
JimBoydBoorowa59
JohnnyBoydHarden-Murrumburrah58
BoydHarden-Murrumburrah23a pickup from Springdale; probably Bob Boyd
WallyBoykettYoung64, 65
BoyleCootamundra24Probably Joseph William Luke Boyle, railway guard 1896-1969 J.W. Boyle
HerbBoyntonJunee34, 35
LindsayBoysBarmedman33, 351908-1972 brother-in-law of Charlie Collier and George Bacon; also spelled Boyes
BarryBrabinTemora60, 61, 62, 63, 66, 67, 68, 69
AlanBradleyTemora52, 55, 56
JackBradleyYoung55, 56Canterbury 1951-54; coached Forbes 1958-59; later top test match referee
BobBradtkeGrenfell63, 64, 65, 66
JohnBradtkeGrenfell55
KeithBradtkeGrenfell60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66
GeoffBrainTumut64, 65
GeoffBrattTemora50
ABrayTemora52
BillBrayWest Wyalong40, 41, 45Brother of Jack Bray; Wests 1947-48
CharlieBrayBuckTemora24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33Had trotting horses
JackBrayWest Wyalong41, 45, 46Brother of Bill Bray
BrianBreadenJunee62
JimBreasleyJunee28
WilliamBreasleySnowyJunee27, 28, 29Probably William Arthur 'Snowy' Breasley, 1903-76, boxing champion
BernieBreenJunee56, 57
DavidBrennanTumut51, 52
KeithBrennanBoonaYoung62, 64, 65
MikeBrennanYoung60, 61
NevilleBrennanBoorowa51Only paid player at Boorowa in 1951; Parramatta 1947-48
HaroldBrentnallTumut32Ex Wagga; later to Tumbarumba
HaroldBrentnallWagga30, 31Hairdresser; died 1946 aged 36
EBrettTeddyBarmedman39, 40From Wagga
Edwin WilliamBridleDickTumut20, 23From Bombowlee ; later lived at Junee
WallaceBridleTumut21, 23Older brother of Dick Bridle
BridleTumut22Probably Walter or Dick
JBridoakeJunee27
AlbertBriggsYoung45Brother of Cecil Briggs
ArthurBriggsYoung53Later Wagga Magpies; brother of Malcolm
CecilBriggsYoung45
GusBriggsCootamundra39, 40From Muttama
MalcolmBriggsYoung49
NBriggsHarden-Murrumburrah63Possibly should be Tony Briggs
RoyBriggsYoung37Brother of Tom Briggs
TomBriggsYoung38, 39, 40Later Wests 1946-47; St. George 1948-49
TonyBriggsSparksHarden-Murrumburrah64, 67
DaveBristolSapperWest Wyalong46, 48, 50, 51Also a good cricketer
PeterBrittGundagai63, 647.8.1943-10.7.2007
BobBrittonTumut33From Adelong originally Quirindi; 1906-1984; surveyor
TomBrittonBarmedman32, 401912-21.7.1974; Australian Rules player and teacher at Mahda
AlfBroadWest Wyalong25, 26, 32Brother of George, John & Fred Broad
AlickBroadWest Wyalong40noted sprinter; usually spelled 'Alex'
BadenBroadWest Wyalong38, 39, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 56, 57Son of Fred Broad; also played for Henty, Parkes & Lake Cargelligo
BobBroadWest Wyalong67Son of Kevin Broad; later at Penrith 1968-1971 & Souths 1972-1973
DarrellBroadDagsWest Wyalong55, 64, 65(1933-2013); Son of George Broad, brother of Reg & Neville
FredBroadWest Wyalong23, 24, 25, 26, 32, 38, 39Father of Baden & Kevin Broad
GeorgeBroadWest Wyalong23, 24, 25Father of Reg, Neville & Darrell Broad
JimBroadTemora57, 59
JohnBroadJackWest Wyalong25, 26Brother of Alf, Fred & George Broad
JohnBroadJackTemora27, 29Ex West Wyalong; also cricketer of note
KeithBroadWest Wyalong62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68Son of Baden Broad, brother of Peter Broad; Penrith 1969
KevinBroadWest Wyalong45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51Son of Fred Broad, brother of Baden Broad; WW2
NevilleBroadSharkeyWest Wyalong46, 52, 53Son of George Broad, brother of Reg & Darrell; badly burnt in work accident 1949
PeterBroadWest Wyalong63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68Son of Baden Broad; brother of Keith Broad
RegBroadBeauMallee Plains47Son of George Broad; died 2002
RegBroadBeauWest Wyalong46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 53Son of George Broad; died 2002
BillBroganBad BillWest Wyalong23, 24, 25, 2628.4.1900-6.3.1983 ; Wests 1929-33, Australia; also noted boxer & coach at Warialda & Moree
NevilleBroganTumut50Later to Young
NevilleBroganYoung51, 52, 53, 54Record Group 9 point scorer; bank officer, to Cooma in 1955
TerryBroganGundagai53, 54Son of Bill Brogan ; later had race horses
FredBrookeNobbyGundagai30, 31Died 31.8.1998 at Gundagai
HenryBrookeHarry, SnowyTumut32Ex Gundagai; went to Armidale 1933
HenryBrookeHarry, SnowyCootamundra34Ex Gundagai, Tumut & Armidale
HenryBrookeHarry, SnowyGundagai30, 341911-1969
JoeBrookeGundagai34, 36, 37
ArtyBrookerJunee30, 31
JoeBrookesTumut38, 40
JimBrooksTumut45From Batlow
AlfBroughtonBlossomCootamundra37, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47
DougBroughtonMoeyJunee48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54
ABrownMooeyTemora38, 39, 40, 41
BillBrownYoung45
BillBrownYoung34, 38, 39
CBrownWagga30
FBrownGoodlerGrenfell35, 38
GBrownYoung27
GarryBrownJunee71
GeorgeBrownCootamundra62Captain-coach 1962
HBrownTemora39Possible A Brown
JBrownYoung25, 26Possibly Jackie Brown
JackBrownJackieYoung27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46Possibly two seperate players
JohnBrownWest Wyalong36Captain 1936
KevinBrownWagga Magpies69
KevinBrownTemora70
LBrownJunee41
LesBrownTemora47, 48Captain 1947; ex Souths; coached Leeton 1949
RBrownJunee36
TomBrownGrenfell62
BillBrownriggGundagai20, 21, 22, 23, 24Captain 1921, 22
DonBruceGrenfell50, 51, 52, 53High School teacher
DonBruceGundagai57, 58Taxi driver
NoelBruceJunee47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 54, 57, 58, 59, 6114.9.1926-22.8.1998, Captain 1950,51, coached at Kempsey, Wagga and Junee
RayBryanTumut64, 65
BobBryantUngarie46
HBryantCowra48Played in same match as Norby Bryant
JackBryantCootamundra45, 46
NorbyBryantCowra48, 49, 50
RalphBryantGundagai53, 54Parramatta 1951-52; Teacher at Tarrabandra
RonBryceBoorowa47, 51, 53
JohnBrydonJackTumut48Policeman
JohnBrydonJackBarmedman37, 38, 391914-1988, Policeman
CharlieBuchananNiggerJunee27, 28, 29, 30
ColinBuchananYoung49
ABuckhamTemora45
RBuckleyWagga23
BuckleyCowra45
RonBuddWest Wyalong66, 67, 68, 69Captain 1969; ex St George Presidents Cup
TonyBuddCootamundra69
VinceBulgerGundagai49, 50, 51, 52From Yass; later prominent Aboriginal elder, 9.4.1929-17.10.2013, buried at Brungle
JohnBullusCowra54
RayBurgeWest Wyalong63ex-Harden
RayBurgeHarden-Murrumburrah60, 61, 62
BurgeCootamundra23Not Frank
LesBurgessBarmedman60, 61Captain 1960, 1961; ex-South Newcastle
RBurgessGrenfell35Possibly Reg
BurgessWest Wyalong26
RBurghan / BerginTullibigeal40
ABurnettCowra45
CliveBurnettTemora70
GarryBurnsJunee63, 64, 65, 691943-2015; Railway worker, Junee Sports Store Owner
GaryBurnsCootamundra66Probably ex Junee
PeterBurnsHarden-Murrumburrah56, 57, 58
RBurnsTumut22
TBurnsJunee41
HarryBurtonMidget, BertGrenfell38, 39From Bega
JBurtonYoung61
DennisBushJunee71
BillButcherWest Wyalong62, 63, 64, 65, 68
JButlerTumut25
JackButlerCootamundra58
JimButlerTumut59
KeiranButlerTumut71
ArthurButtCanowindra28
PaulButzGundagai52, 53From Batlow ; teacher at Nangus 1952 ; later at Canberra ; successful calligrapher ; 15.6.1928-11.1.2009
ColinByeTumut57, 58
CByrneTumut20
FredByrneHarden-Murrumburrah40, 41Wal Galvin lists as Byrnes, newspapers as R. Byrne/s or Burns.
PatByrnePaddyGundagai65Captain-coach 1965
RonByrneCowra37, 38, 39, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49Also spelt Burns and Byrnes
IanByrnesCootamundra53
RalphByrnesWagga27, 28, 30, 31Brother of Tom Byrnes
TomByrnesWagga30, 31
WilliamByrnesJunee41Ex Temora
WilliamByrnesTemora36, 37, 38, 39, 40Railway employee
DByronHarden-Murrumburrah56
EricByronTemora39Later secretary of City Tatts
LesCadmanCaddieGundagai59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65
DonCaldwellWyangala Dam66
MaxCaldwellBoorowa57Captain 1957; ex Wests
LarryCallaghanBarmedman36
PeterCalligerosWest Wyalong52
WCallinanCootamundra55
TCambourneTemora33
DougCameronQuicksilverYoung54, 55, 56, 57, 60Souths junior; Easts 1958; Country firsts 1954; promising boxer before football
EricCameronTumut51, 52
RobCameronGrenfell63, 64
RoyCameronCowra37, 38Also played Rugby Union for Parramatta
JCampbellTemora67, 70
JimCampbellCootamundra35Captain 1935
JohnCampbellDinnyTemora23Captain 1923; Easts 1910-12, 1921; also played in England
KeithCampbellWagga30, 31
LeoCampbellBlueyGrenfell27, 28
RCampbellGundagai26
CampbellGundagai56
RCamptonGrenfell49
GaryCantYoung62
GeorgeCantelloGundagai60
ErnieCapelinCappieCootamundra32From Lismore
HarryCaplesWagga28Captain 1928
HCarberryCowra40
PhilCarberryGundagai55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64
VinceCarberryGundagai26, 27, 28, 29, 30
SCardwellCowra34, 36
HarryCareyCowra50, 52, 53
JackCareyCowra52, 54
PeterCareyTumut51, 52
ReginaldCarmodyTinyGrenfell39Ex Boorowa
KevinCarrTemora47, 48
LesCarrSlipWest Wyalong30, 31
KeithCarrollBarmedman49Norths 1939-42, 1944, 1946-47, 1950
TerryCarrollGrenfell63, 64, 66Accountant?
WarwickCarrollWagga Kangaroos69
WayneCarswellTurvey Park69
CharlieCarthewJunee27, 28Died 9.8.1984 aged 81
PaulCaseJunee27, 32?, 33Brother of Tom; one of the brothers played in 1932
TomCaseJunee29, 30, 32?, 33, 35Later Mudgee, Queensland, WW2
ArthurCaseyDoonTumut32Ex-St.George. Newtown
ArthurCaseyDoonWest Wyalong34Captain 1934, Maclean 1933
BarryCaseyTemora60, 61, 62, 63, 64
TerryCaseyYoung67, 68, 71
CCashHarden-Murrumburrah46
BruceCastleTurvey Park69Captain 1969; ex Kiwi captain
RoyCastleWest Wyalong24
EricCastlesGundagai45
EricCastlesTumut46
JCastlesGundagai49, 55Possibly Jim
BillCattleBarmedman68
RCattleJunee52
JCavanaghJunee41
HerbertCeeneyCockyHarden-Murrumburrah37, 38, 39, 40, 411914-1973, brother of Pat and Ray
PatCeeneyHarden-Murrumburrah32
RayCeeneyHarden-Murrumburrah35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 411916-2004
GaryChadTumut63
GeorgeChalmersTemora26Also recorded as J. Chalmers
ColChambersGrenfell65Builder, son of Len; later to Yass & Young
LenChambersGrenfell47, 48Builder, father of Col; died Grenfell Nov 1987, aged 67.
SidChambersCootamundra25Owner of Chamber's Motors
BillChapmanWest Wyalong46
JackCharltonSootyJunee59, 60, 61, 62, 63Captain 1963; died in car crash 21.7.1963 aged 27
LenCharltonJunee45, 46
RayCharltonVinnyJunee69, 71
CharnockYoung27
BillCheffinsTumut22
CCheffinsGundagai23Probably ex Tumut
CCheffinsTumut21, 22
BobCheneyFoxJunee64
JCheshireCootamundra55
VicCheshireBobCootamundra55, 56, 57, 59
PeterChickenJunee41Railway clerk
WalChidgeyYoung61
BertChisholmJunee71
RChisholmJunee69Possibly Bert
BobChiversWest Wyalong57, 58
HarryChong SunCowra45, 46, 47
LouChristianHarden-Murrumburrah62
NChristieWest Wyalong32
KevinChuckCootamundra47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 58, 59, 60, 61
CChurchillCowra39
ClancyCowra45
JackClareGrenfell49, 50, 51Captain 1949
JohnClaridgeCootamundra63, 64
JohnClaridgeHarden-Murrumburrah67, 68
GClarkGrenfell27
LionelClarkYoung64
AlanClarkeWest Wyalong45From Gibsonvale; was formerly Alan Fong from Ariah Park; played Australian Rules for Kikoira 1940 and Four Corners 1946
BClarkeYoung65
ClaudeClarkeYoung46, 47, 48Australian Rules player from Victoria
DennisClarkeBarmedman65, 66, 67
DougClarkeBarmedman57, 58, 59, 60, 61
DarylClarksonGundagai69
IClayBarmedman56Possibly Ian Clay
IanClayBarmedman66
GalvinClearyHarden-Murrumburrah55
FrankCleggBoorowa58Wests 1959, Souths 1961, Balmain 1963
CClemsonJunee45
RonClemsonJockeyJunee48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54Died 14.2.1984 aged 56
MCliffordTumut56
PeterClinchBoorowa57ex Wests lower grades
BillCloutTumut45, 46, 47, 48, 50Captain 1947
KenCluffWagga Magpies69ex Parramatta
DennyClyburnCowra46
JClyburnPegCowra46
JackCoadyTumut45, 46
PatCoadyJunee30, 31, 32Also cricketer. Cowra coach 1935
RegCoadyTumut30Captain 1930
CCobleCowra40
EricCobleCowra40, 41
LCobleJunee22
BillCoddingtonHarden-Murrumburrah51
PeterCoddingtonYoung64, 67
JCoganGundagai55Possibly Coggan
RussellCohenCootamundra45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51Of Cohen's store; later travelling salesman; killed in car crash 1961
KeithColeTemora62
ArthurColemanOssieGrenfell48, 49, 50, 511918-1997; WW2
BrianColemanCootamundra65, 66
ErnieColemanYoung48Electrician
GrahamColemanPercyCootamundra64, 65, 66
JoeColemanCootamundra53
PeterColemanTemora59
RonColemanTemora59, 60, 62, 63, 64Captain 1960
ColemanYoung34
CharlieCollierBarmedman27, 291906/07-1971, later lived at Sea Lake, Vic.
BillCollinsGundagai62
ECollinsJunee41
LCollinsTemora35
LouCollinsBarmedman38, 39, 40
EComansTemora41
CondonHarden-Murrumburrah27
ConCondos / KondosCowra48, 49
BobCondronGundagai21, 22Railway guard; died from arsenic poisoning 02.03.1948 aged 46; foster son confessed in 1962
BobCondronCootamundra23, 26Ex Gundagai
JohnConnaJunee61Captain 1961; Wests 1959, 1960, Canterbury 1962, 1963, 1965
AConnellTumut49, 53
RobinConnellyYoung65
BConnollyHarden-Murrumburrah47
JimConnorsTumut63
TConnorsWest Wyalong63
JackConroyYoung54
PeterConsidineBoorowa57Canterbury 1954-56
JoeConstableTemora30, 31Died 1946 aged 40
WConstableTemora30
ConwayWagga27
BCookCowra34
DavidCookCootamundra70
GeorgeCookBoorowa51
HCookBarmedman36
HCookCowra36
GCookeTumut49
ACooperCootamundra39
BobCooperWamoon69
BrianCooperWest Wyalong54Brother of Len Cooper
LenCooperBarmedman28, 29, 30, 31Uncle of Lionel Cooper
LenCooperWest Wyalong32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 46Captain 1932, 33, 34, 35, 39, 40
RonCooperWest Wyalong57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66Captain 1965; Balmain 1962
StanCooperBarmedman28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37Farmer from Yiddah; Brother of Len Cooper ; married May Lawrence sister of the Barmedman brothers; his son Stanley Cooper state rugby union rep.
VicCooperBarmedman36
VicCooperWest Wyalong34, 35, 40
PeterCopelandCootamundra53
JCorbettTumut23, 28, 29
RonCorbettYoung58
CharlieCorbyHarden-Murrumburrah48
JohnCorbyCootamundra61, 62, 63, 66
ArnoldCorcoranBoorowa49
EdgarCorcoranBoorowa48, 49, 50Lost right arm in motor accident 1951
JohnCorkTemora54
StanCorkeryBoorowa58, 59
JohnCorkhillBob; SnowGundagai55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62Gundagai grazier; North Sydney 1959; died 29.5.2000 aged 67
JimCornettBarmedman28, 29Earlier played for Leeton
CharlieCornwellTemora29Became a policeman
DougCornwellTemora55
LesCornwellBarmedman50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57Died 4.10.2009 aged 90; Son of Charlie Cornwell
ChrisCostelloGundagai69
FrankCostelloJunee45, 46Captain 1945; railway worker to Mudgee 1947
KevinCotterillGundagai64, 65
ColCoultonGundagai56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64
GrahamCoultonWagga Magpies69
JackCoultonGundagai40, 41, 45Possibly John Patrick died 23.9.1969 aged 48
VinceCoultonButchGundagai40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49WW2 NX101842, 18.9.1918-10.11.1978 Also played at Tumut and Wollongong
WCoultonTumut38
JackCourtneyPossumHarden-Murrumburrah31, 32
CharlieCowanTemora23, 24, 25
RCowanTumut33
BillCowderoyCowra28Later Junee, Young, Forbes 1933-34 & Bourke
BillCowderoyJunee30
BillCowderoyYoung31, 32
BCowledJunee52, 53
NormCoxCanowindra26
KenCoxonTumut51
WayneCoxonWamoon69
WCraigGundagai20Policeman, transferred to Narrandera in 1920; ex Aussie Rues player
William ConsortCrainConTumut20, 21From Adelong ; 23.12.1898-6.12.1978
DCramptonTumut47
DougCramptonTumut64, 65
NoelCramptonTumut45, 46, 47
CCraneGundagai41
FCraneGundagai40
LCraneGundagai45, 46
RexCrawfordCowra40Coach 1940; ex Yenda
DenisCreaseyCootamundra62
NoelCreightonCowra47
BarryCrickCootamundra61
CroftBarmedman39
GavinCroftonCootamundra65Easts 1962, 1964, 1967; Captain-coach 1965
PhillipCrokerYoung70
John EdwardCromptonJackTumut20, 22
LenCromptonTumut47
GCroneGundagai22Possibly should be Crain
NevilleCropperCowra54ex Newcastle
AlanCrouchBarmedman60
AlanCrouchTemora61
DougCrouchBarmedman36
JackCrouchBarmedman38, 39
PeterCrouchTemora701951-2001; memorial bay at Nixon Park
FrankCroweYoung45, 46, 47, 48Possibly died at Young 2.1.1997 aged 79
GarryCroweCootamundra64Member of champion 1956 Coota High School Team
GerryCroweGundagai22, 23, 24, 26, 28Grazier from Gobarralong, died 12.8.1977 aged 74
JimCroweCowra46From Cootamundra; played as Cowra before army discharg
JimCroweThe BirdCootamundra40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52
LesCroweYoung47, 49, 50, 51, 526.3.1923-20.7.2013
LesCroweLessyWest Wyalong50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 601929-2008; Captain 1958
MervCroweBarmedman47Had store at Barmedman, burnt down 1948
MickCroweGrenfell27, 28, 35, 38, 39Captain 1938; St George 1932 & 1937; Inverell 1933; Kyogle 1934
NoelCroweCootamundra48, 49
NoelCrowePopeyeCootamundra56, 57, 58, 60
RonCroweDookieWest Wyalong51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 681932-2013; Captain 1961, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68; Souths 1962; Australia
RonCroweDookieBarmedman70, 71Captain 1970, 1971
WilliamCroweSorlie, BillGrenfell27, 28, 35, 38, 39
WilliamCroweBoydieYoung29, 30Different from Grenfell's Bill Crowe
JackCruiseTumut33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 47, 48Died 21.12.1995 aged 81
PCruiseTumut47Possibly error
JohnCudmoreJackCowra51Captain 1951; from Orange
DougCullenTumut47, 48, 49, 52
FredCullenHarden-Murrumburrah46, 47, 48, 49, 50Probably died 2.11.1987, aged 65
JCullenTumut45From Batlow
KeithCullenSnapperYoung53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 65Captain-coach 1965 ; Wests 1951-53; coached Dubbo in 1956 ; Keith Cullen Oval named after him
LionelCullenNickHarden-Murrumburrah50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 70Captain 1965, 1970 ; played also for Galong in 1964
MickCullenTumut71
CullenHarden-Murrumburrah39
DCumminsGrenfell39
CumminsCootamundra27
KevinCurnowWest Wyalong53Captain-coach, ex St George
EricCurranBlueTemora26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 391906-28.7.1965; represented Riverina; brother of Leo; later referee
HCurranSnowyTumut35, 36, 37
HectorCurranTemora23, 24Also recorded as Herbert
JimCurranTemora53
JimCurranBarmedman55, 56Probably ex Temora; married Jim 'Nipper' Lawrence's sister
LeoCurranBlueTemora29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 351908-23.2.1964; later a top Group 9 referee; brother of Eric
TedCurranTemora23, 24, 25, 26, 27Moved to Adelong in 1930s had Commercial Hotel
TedCurranTemora52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57From Adelong; Captain 1956; Thirroul 1958
CurranTemora25Probably Ted or Eric
ColCurryCowra54ex-Newcastle
MickCurryWest Wyalong32, 33, 34, 35, 38POW in WW2
CurryYoung27
PCurtisHarden-Murrumburrah51
TonyCurtisHarden-Murrumburrah62
WCurtisHarden-Murrumburrah27, 29
TomCusackCowra47, 48
TerryDaceyHarden-Murrumburrah48, 49, 501.3.1925-10.8.2007
JimDaleTullibigeal401918-2000; Later played for Ungarie & Gibsonvale. Also captained Australian Rules teams Forest Vale and Ungarie.
JimDaleGibsonvale46Also played for Ungarie & Tullibigeal
JimDaleUngarie46Later president of Ungarie Australian Rules Club
HarryDaleyGundagai53
KevinDaleyGundagai53
J.J.DaltonHarden-Murrumburrah23Captain 1923
JDanielsCowra24, 28
JimDaniherUngarie46Played centre for Riverina in 1953 ; father of VFL starts; 6'4" tall; captain of Ungarie Australian Rules team.
BeauDareTemora59, 60, 61, 62
ClydeDaveyTumut56, 57, 58
FrankDaveyTurvey Park69
CDavidsonCowra41Possibly should be 'Bill Davison'
PeterDavidsonGundagai57, 58
CliffDaviesWest Wyalong60, 61, 64, 65
GDaviesTullibigeal40
ADavisTumut29
AlbertDavisBert, AlGundagai20, 21, 23
AllanDavisGundagai27, 28
BillDavisHarden-Murrumburrah53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 60
CDavisTurvey Park69
CharlieDavisWest Wyalong23, 26Ex Gundagai
CliffDavisDoogsyGundagai41
CliffDavisTumut38, 39, 40, 47, 48, 50Possibly 19.3.1920-5.5.1990
JDavisHarden-Murrumburrah52Possibly Jack
JackDavisHarden-Murrumburrah46
NevilleDavisSpecsHarden-Murrumburrah66
PercyDavisHarden-Murrumburrah32
RDavisTumut45From Batlow
BillDavisonWest Wyalong39Son of Rowley Davison?
BillDavisonCowra41Ex West Wyalong
BobDavisonHarden-Murrumburrah45, 46, 47, 48Davidson according to Wal Galvin
RowleyDavisonGundagai21
JohnDawsonTemora25Captain 1925; Easts 1923-24, Balmain 1926
JohnDawsonYoung62, 63, 64
DawsonTemora55
ClemDayGrenfell38
HDayTumut38
KevinDayHarden-Murrumburrah59
WDayHarden-Murrumburrah27
FredDe BelinCootamundra53, 54Also Wresting champion, RAAF flying officer bomber command WW2; Cootamundra coach 1951, captain 1954; Balmain 1942, 1946-50; 15.10-1920-11.2.2006
MickDe BrittYoung64
JackDe GrootWagga31
JohnDeanWyangala Dam66
GeorgeDeaseCootamundra70
NoelDeathCowra36, 38
PDeathCecGrenfell47, 49
CDebenhamTumut21
SidDelforceJunee48, 49, 50Newtown 1951 ; later Wests Newcastle
JDemmery / DemeryWepCowra52
BDempseyHarden-Murrumburrah57
JackDempseyYoung31Ex Cootamundra
JackDemspeyInkyCootamundra30
DDennisJunee51
JDennisHarden-Murrumburrah31
LionelDennisWest Wyalong57
DarcyDennyHarden-Murrumburrah53, 55, 57died 9.10.2004 aged 77.
RichardDennyDickHarden-Murrumburrah51, 52, 53, 56
MervDentonSwervyYoung41, 47, 48, 49Captain 1941,48; Coach 1948; Canterbury 1940, 1945, Balmain 1943
JDespogesCootamundra50
HilaryDevineBarmedman32, 33, 36, 37To Grenfell 1938
JDickensonGrenfell39
NormanDicksHarden-Murrumburrah37, 38
StanDicksonWest Wyalong35From Tallimba; died when in army camp in 1940, aged 31.
NuvaDigginsJunee46, 47Born 11.1.1919, WW2
KevinDillonYoung38
RickyDimmockWagga Magpies69
BillDitchfieldWest Wyalong40, 41
ChrisDittonHarden-Murrumburrah68
PeterDiversiPepsiGundagai56, 57From Bega; Norths 1925-1955 ; Captain-coach 1956-57 ; Manly 1958-1962 ; Australia
RonDixonFairyJunee48, 49, 50
DobellCowra46
EDoddHarden-Murrumburrah52
JDoddHarden-Murrumburrah28, 29
BarryDoddsWest Wyalong52
EdwardDoddsJunee51
JDohertyJunee47
FredDominickGundagai20, 21, 22From Coolac ; WW1 ; also good cricketer ; 01.10.1894-1981 ; brother Sid Dominick married E.J. Maher's daughter Margaret
GeorgeDominickGundagai21Benefit match played for him 1922
DonDoneyBarmedman48Captain 1948
EdwardDonleyTeddyJunee35Coach; from Souths; Tenterfield 1932, Armidale 1933; Raymond Terrace 1934 Wagga Magpies 1936; 1907-1942 killed WW2
PatDonoghueWyangala Dam66, 67Captain 1966 ; Wyangala Dam engineer
ColDonohoeBarmedman50Captain 1950; Easts 1951-53, Souths 1955-59, Australia
EddieDonohoeBoorowa51
MaxDonohueCrackerBoorowa59Butcher
PhilDonohueBoorowa59Butcher
TomDoranCootamundra22ex Wests, later retuned there; possibly Cootamundra's first paid player.
MartinDorrianYoung70, 71
NeilDoughertyJunee57schoolteacher
A.VDouglasYoung25
JDouglasYoung51
WDouglasYoung45
BillDouglassYoung25, 26, 27, 30
JohnDowdHarden-Murrumburrah49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61
NDowdHarden-Murrumburrah35, 38Captain 1938; reportedly brother of John Dowd
WDowdHarden-Murrumburrah38Possible error 'N'
GregDowellGundagai50
JDowellTumut53
BillDowlingTumut20, 23, 25, 28, 29William Clarence Dowling died Tumut 4.6.1994 aged 95
FrankDowlingTumut45, 48, 49, 50Possibly Francis William Dowling 5.11.1922-15.4.1988 ; WW2
KenDowlingGundagai69Captain 1969
RayDowlingHarden-Murrumburrah41
JamesDowneyJimGrenfell27, 28
BernieDownieBoorowa59
AlanDowningTumut211898-1951; gassed and wounded in WW1; Tumut auctioneer and agent; committeeman at the Turf Club
BobDowningTumut34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40Captain 1935, 36, 37, 39, 40
MattDowningTumut21, 22, 23, 251903-1969; butcher at Tumut
DowningTumut32Possibly Bob
RoyDowtonDarkieHarden-Murrumburrah27, 28, 29, 30, 31Harold Roy Dowton (1902-1933) from Bodangora; rail guard, 'accidental death' at Demondrille
HaroldDoyleCootamundra61
PatDoyleDingHarden-Murrumburrah59, 60, 61, 65, 66, 70died 9.8.1996, aged 55
AllanDransfieldBoorowa55ex St George junior
DraperGundagai21
BDrewHarden-Murrumburrah39
ArthurDrinkwaterJimGrenfell27Later referee & Grenfell mayor ; 1903-April 1964
SidDrinnanCootamundra26Also recorded as Drennan
TDuboisGundagai53
BillDuckJunee71
OliverDuckworthGrenfell39Balmain 1938 & 1942
OliverDuckworthBarmedman35, 36From Balmain; Captain 1935, 36; later to Grenfell
BobDuffeyCowra54
KeithDuffeyCootamundra49, 51
PDuffyTemora26, 27
VDuffyCootamundra31
BarryDuftyYoung63Captain-coach 1963
BarryDuncanWest Wyalong64, 66, 67Also state clay target shooting representative
BertDuncanWest Wyalong46
DennyDuncanWest Wyalong69
JackDuncanTumut34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45
NormanDundasTemora23Later to West Wyalong; but returned to Temora; railway officer & dance-band musician
NormanDundasWest Wyalong24Moved to Beckom mid 1924
EddieDunnWest Wyalong34Ex Temora
EddieDunnTemora33, 35
ErnieDunnTumut20From Adelong ; locally regarded artist; killed in the Adelong footballer's motor accident May 1926
GaryDunnPussGundagai58, 59, 60, 61
MDunnGundagai62
PeterDunnCootamundra62
RayDunnGundagai29, 309.11.1907-18.2.1982
RayDunnHarden-Murrumburrah45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
DunnTemora25
VicDunneWyangala Dam66, 67Also recorded as Dunn
RossDurrantHarden-Murrumburrah48, 49
StuartDurrantHarden-Murrumburrah57, 611937-3.5.1993
BDwyerJunee41, 45
FDwyerCowra46Possibly Furner; played at Cowra before army discharge
FurnerDwyerBloodyBoorowa4715.11.1918-16.01.2009; non-playing coach 1949 & 1951; baritone singer
PDwyerJunee69
RayDwyerJunee55
VinceDwyerUngarie461926-2010; from Tullibigeal where he played Australian Rules.
CharlieDyballHarden-Murrumburrah71
JostDyballBinalong4627.11.1920-21.10.2007
ArthurDykesGrenfell35From Pinnacle
JackDykhoffGrenfell66
KEadyTemora46
BobEasonWyangala Dam66
RonEasteyHarden-Murrumburrah51
RonEasteyBoorowa52
EatonJunee22
RayEbbGrenfell52
CliveEberleBarmedman31, 32
GeoffEberleBarmedman38
LesEdgeworthHarden-Murrumburrah23
TEdmanBarmedman54
JohnEdmondsYoung53, 54, 55
BEdwardsHarden-Murrumburrah41in same game as Bill Edwards
BertEdwardsJunee47, 50, 51
BillEdwardsSluggoGundagai50Ex Harden ; Captain-coach 1950 ; later Group9 and State selector ; died at Gundagai April 1967 aged 46
BillEdwardsSluggoHarden-Murrumburrah40, 41, 46, 47, 48ww2 ; Captain-coach 1947 ; Newtown 1949
ChrisEdwardsTemora66
DonEdwardsJunee50, 51, 52
GEdwardsJunee22
GEdwardsHarden-Murrumburrah35
HerbEdwardsJunee29Key instigator of the Junee Schoolboys Rugby League Carnival
PEdwardsJunee69
RobertEdwardsBobTemora62, 66, 68, 69
RonEdwardsHarden-Murrumburrah46Brother of Bill Edwards
VEdwardsJunee22
CharlieEganGundagai34, 35, 36, 37Farmer; lived Gocup, Snowball, Jugiong, Wagga; died 11.12.1980 aged 69
JoeEganCootamundra34Ex-Junee
JoeEganJunee29, 30, 31
MEganGundagai31
EEggletonTumut30
KenEggletonTumut62, 63, 64, 65
PeterEisenhauerTurvey Park69
BobEldridgeWest Wyalong66
EldridgeYoung25, 26
JoeElleryCowra36, 37, 38, 39
TedElleryCootamundra61
BillElliottUngarie46
BobElliottWagga Kangaroos69
CopelyElliottCopeWagga311909-1967; later Wagga Magpies coach; mechanic
GeorgeElliottGundagai21Sgt Major in WW1, Gallipoli veteran, farmer Gundagai, 1893-12.7.1965
GeorgeElliottTemora24, 25
NevilleElliottJunee53
SidElliottGrenfell39Canterbury 1935 & 1940
WarrenElliottTumut71
KeithEllisJunee28, 29, 30, 31
KevinEllisGundagai64
ErrolEllisonHarden-Murrumburrah66, 68
LindsayEllisonGundagai55From Wombat, first played with Young
LindsayEllisonHorseHarden-Murrumburrah56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63
ArthurElphickArtTumut20, 21, 22, 23, 25
JamesElphickJim, BuckTumut20, 21, 23, 25
SidElphickGundagai28, 29
ElphickAbTumut20
JackElworthyGundagai22Brother of Jim Elworthy ; Grazier of Tarrabandra ; 1898-Mar 1942 died after appendix operation
JamesElworthyJimGundagai20, 21, 22, 24Grandson of Gundagai Times founder ; WW1 ; brother of Jack Elworthy ; Grazier of Tarrabandra ; 1894-Apr 1965
JimElworthyCookieGundagai55, 57, 59, 60, 61Grazier ; 16.8.1933-April 2009
JohnEmertonTumut59, 60, 61, 63Teacher; photo with Tumut schooboy team
BruceEmmettWest Wyalong30
GrahamEmmettWest Wyalong25, 26
E or BEndicott / EndacottCootamundra25
BobEnglishBarmedman64, 65, 66, 68, 70, 71Brother of Vince English
TomEnglishWagga23, 27, 28Born at Murringo; well known professional runner; secretary of Country Rugby league for 6 years; died 2.05.1940 aged 37.
VinceEnglishBarmedman68, 71Brother of Bob English
WEnglishBendick Murrell36
ArthurEppelstunGrenfell54, 551930-1989
BarryEvansHarden-Murrumburrah64
HEvansBoorowa52
LloydEvansWest Wyalong46
LloydEvansMallee Plains47Also West Wyalong
LouEvansTemora50Captain 1950; ex St George
GregEwartWest Wyalong67
DesEwenCootamundra37, 39, 40, 411917-1991
JohnEwenJackCootamundra40, 411915-1981
CliffFacerTemora26
RexFaheyPieBoorowa50, 51, 52
LesFaintHarden-Murrumburrah40, 41
ColinFairallTemora53, 54, 55, 56
Michael?FairallYoung70
JFallonCootamundra37Probably Jerry Fallon from Jugiong
JeremiahFallonJerryGundagai321910-1974; From Jugiong
MalFallonTemora41Balmain 1930-1934; later Balmain official
BernieFanningGrenfell66
KeithFanningGrenfell60, 61, 62
TonyFanningGrenfell60, 61, 62
WilliamFanningGrenfell55
FanningGrenfell55Not William
BobFarrarBullWest Wyalong35, 36, 37, 38, 39Canterbury 1940-42, 45, Easts 46; brother of Geoff Farrar; served in WW2
GeoffFarrarWest Wyalong34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41Brother of Bob Farrar; served in WW2; father William was publican who donated the Farrar Cup
PatFarrarGrenfell62, 63High school teacher; uncle of Andrew Farrar
LauchieFarrellHarden-Murrumburrah60
PatFarrellPaddyMallee Plains47Ex Kurri Kurri
PatFarrellPaddyWest Wyalong47, 49, 53Captain 1949; son-in-law of George Broad
FrankFarringtonCowra52From Newtown; Newtown 1953, 1957-59, later prominent club official
RonFathersYoung63
TonyFaulGrenfell48, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55
BillFaulkinerTumut45From Batlow, previously Thirroul
CharlieFaulknerCootamundra40Charlie, Roy & Ted Faulkner were brothers
PeterFaulknerCootamundra65, 66Ted Faulkner's son
RoyFaulknerHarden-Murrumburrah38
RoyFaulknerCootamundra37, 39, 40, 41Died 2.8.1943 aged 24 when POW on Burma Railway; Charlie, Roy & Ted Faulkner were brothers
TedFaulknerWhippetCootamundra34, 35, 37, 391915-06.11.1967; Charlie, Roy & Ted Faulkner were brothers
AlgieFaunceBarmedman27
AlgieFaunceCootamundra28, 29, 31, 32, 33
BruceFavellJunee50Engine driver
DarrellFazioFazCootamundra52, 53, 54, 58, 59, 63Newtown 1952; came to Coota with Tom Pitman & Bobby Whitton; Captain-coach 1958-59 ; later journalist & editor NSW Golf Digest; 21.10.1930-22.03.1992 ; died while cycling from Wollongong to Sydney
DarrellFazioFazWest Wyalong55, 56Captain-coach 1955-1956
R or HFeckner / FechnerTemora39, 40
JackFeintTumut49, 50, 51, 55
JFeltisHarden-Murrumburrah52
CharlieFennellCootamundra35Wal Galvin records at Geoff Fennell
CharlieFennellBarmedman31, 32Souths 1927-28,30, 32-34
GFentonCootamundra65
PeterFentonYoung67
RayFentonTemora62Captain 1962; From New Zealand
RayFergusonYoung66, 68, 70, 71
CFetchBarmedman29
Alan?FieldGundagai20
BillFieldTemora47, 48
DesFieldThe TankGundagai40, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52WW2 wounded at Wewak; Gundagai Shire overseer; cricket captain, son-in-law of Jack Smith; died Gundagai 13.1.1994 aged 72
GeoffFieldGundagai61, 62
GordonFieldWoodyGundagai56Coolac station master; ALP official; died 14.3.1974; son of Wilf 'Woody' Field
JackFieldGundagai31, 34, 35, 36, 4036 is 'J'
WilfredFieldWoodyGundagai28, 29, 30, 31, 34, 35, 40, 41also champion boxer
GFieldsHarden-Murrumburrah53
LonnieFieldsTumut36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 46, 48
RFieldsHarden-Murrumburrah23
CecFifieldDickJunee30, 311903-57; born Adelong, raised West Wyalong; Wests 1923, 25-26, 29 & 38, Balmain 1930, Australia, Hull UK
TFinlaysonCootamundra45
FFinnCowra48
JoeFinnCowra46
AlexFisherJunee45, 46, 47
GeorgeFisherJunee32, 33, 34
JohnFisherFish; RockYoung54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68
LesFisherCootamundra45, 46Captain-coach 1945
PeterFisherTumut62
PeterFisherTemora64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70
R or LFisherTemora41
CharlieFitchGrenfell27Postal worker
JackFitzgeraldFrank?Junee28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33Fitter
KenFitzgeraldGrenfell65, 66
ColinFitzpatrickBarmedman35From Balmain; to St.George 1936
HFlackGrenfell55
S or BFlanaganGrenfell35Possibly Stan
HFlanneryHarden-Murrumburrah30From Galong
JohnFlanneryHarden-Murrumburrah66
RayFlintTemora69
JimFlynnWest Wyalong40, 41West Wyalong coach 1945, later to Forbes
JoeFlynnMickyGundagai28From Young
JoeFlynnMickyYoung27, 30, 32
FrankFogartyBoorowa58
PatFogartyBoorowa59
FogartyTemora60
BFoleyJunee69Possibly Barry
BarryFoleyJunee57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64
NoelFoleyJunee59, 60Brother of Barry Foley
PaulFoleyHarden-Murrumburrah40, 41Later publican at Gundagai (Gresham Hotel) & club president
AlanFongBarmedman36, 38From Ariah Park; also listed as C. Fong and A. Clark. Australian Rules captain Mirool ; See also Alan Clarke to which he changed his name by deed poll in 1937.
AllenFooWest Wyalong40From Tallimba; born 1918; POW in Malaya
FredFoodyBoorowa56Norths 1953
AllanForbesTemora241901-1990 ; Later policeman at Barmedman and Gundagai and brother of Babe Forbes
CecilForbesBabeTemora371911-1983 ; Also excellent cricketer
KevinForbesYoung64, 66Policeman
TomForbuttBlueyTumut28, 29, 30, 31, 32From Queanbeyan; played for Wagga Magpies 1933
NorrieForrestCootamundra31, 32, 331934 Casino ; 1935 Maitland
PhilForrestTurvey Park69
DForsythe / ForsythCootamundra60
DonFosterCootamundra47
FosterHarden-Murrumburrah28
JFountainGrenfell28
HFowlerYoung27, 29
IkeFowlerYoung60
IkeFowlerGundagai61, 62Ex Young ; Captain-coach 1961-62
JackFowlerTullibigeal40
JackFowlerWest Wyalong41Ex Tullibigeal AFL player
PFrancisHarden-Murrumburrah50
JohnFranklinGrenfell65
JohnFranklinJackWest Wyalong23, 24, 25Killed in motorcycle accident 1925
WalFranklinCootamundra22, 23
AlanFraserGrenfell62Captain 1962
CharlesFraserChookGundagai27Balmain 1910-26; Australia; captain 1927
RFraserWest Wyalong24
R or KFrazerBarmedman37
AlbertFrecklingtonCowra51
JFreemanBuddyGundagai65
KFreemanHarden-Murrumburrah29
TerryFreemanTemora68
PhilFreestoneCootamundra23
PhilFreestoneGundagai20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28
VivFreestoneBlueyGundagai22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28Christened name Eric Vivian; St George 1929-33; Yass Coach 1934; Leeton 1935
KFrenchTumut56
KenFrenchTemora63
NFrenchTumut55
NormFrenchGundagai52, 53, 54
TomFreneyYoung40
FrankFreudensteinGrenfell64, 66
JohnFreudensteinGrenfell64
CFriendCowra28
FFrieseYoung59
PFritschTemora70
TedFromholtzWagga27, 28, 30Later to Leeton
AlfFromholzWagga27Later played Australia Rules
TedFrostYoung45Later coached at The Rock
DonFurnerJunee64Kangaroo; Captain 1964; later coach of Canberra Raiders and Australia
KeithFurseCootamundra64
RayGaffeyCootamundra70, 71
AlanGagieWest Wyalong36
JackGalvinBoorowa48, 49
NevilleGalvinChewieGundagai57
WallyGamGrenfell60, 61, 65, 66
DGambleJunee58, 59
BillGardinerGundagai47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53
CharlieGardinerGundagai26, 28, 29Died April 1986 aged 80 ; stock & station agent ; became top Group 9 referee ; Gundagai civic leader
NapGardinerWest Wyalong23
AGarlingCootamundra28
AlfGarnerHarden-Murrumburrah23Yass footballer
BillGarvinBilloYoung55, 56Balmain 1954
GrahamGarvinTemora60
BillGaudryCowra34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41Captain 1938
PeterGaudryJunee47, 48, 49, 50, 51
NoelGavinGrenfell49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 551930-2011
NormGeaghanWagga Kangaroos69
NormGeaghanJunee61, 62, 63, 64, 65
MGealeTemora31, 33
BobGehrigCootamundra46, 47, 48
CarlGehrigLogunHarden-Murrumburrah23Pickup from Cootamundra
ConGehrigCootamundra22
LarryGehrigCootamundra71
HenryGelfiusTurkTemora49, 50, 51, 52
LesGelfiusBrumbyTemora51, 52, 53Balmain 1954-56
TonyGelfiusTemora58, 60, 61, 62
GendleJunee22
AlecGeorgeBarmedman63, 64Brother of Mick, cousin of Daryl, David & Noel George
DGeorgeBarmedman58, 63, 64Uncertain whether Daryl or David
DarylGeorgeBarmedman65, 66Farmed at Quandialla, brother of David & Noel
DavidGeorgeBarmedman62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68Farmed at Quandialla, brother of Daryl & Noel. Died January 2005
JGeorgeBarmedman52
MickGeorgeBarmedman60, 61, 62, 63Brother of Alec, cousin of Daryl, David & Noel George
NoelGeorgeBarmedman58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70Captain 1966; farmed at Quandialla, brother of Daryl & David. Died Sep 2004 aged 65 or 67
JoeGeraghtyTemora69
BruceGerhardTemora47
T / BGhirardella /GherandilloBoorowa52
JimGibbCootamundra35Captain-coach 1935; Short term import from Newcastle
HarryGibbsGundagai51, 52, 53, 54From Newcastle
BernieGibsonGrenfell39Ex Yass; played with Harden 1940
BernieGibsonYoung41, 45Father of Paul Gibson
JackGibsonGrenfell54Later famous coach of Easts etc
PaulGibsonYoung60, 65Later a NSW Labor Member of Parliament and Minister
RobertGiddingsTumut62, 63, 64, 65, 71
EricGilbertWagga30
EricGilbertTumut28, 29, 31, 32Captain-coach 1932
MaxGilbertYoung70, 71Captain 1971
JohnGillCootamundra63, 64Captain-coach 1963-64
LesGillardHarden-Murrumburrah58Ex Temora
LesGillardTemora54, 55, 57Brother in law of Don McKenzie
JGillettePunchyCootamundra48, 49, 50, 51
CGilliesJoeTemora47
JGilliesTemora41
MGilliesTemora46, 49
RodGilmoreCanowindra28
GeorgeGittingsGrenfell27Bank Officer
KeithGittoesBarmedman55Hull 1948-52, 56-57; Coach 1955; St George 1954
BobGlanvilleCootamundra60, 61, 62, 64, 70
JGlanvilleCootamundra27, 28
KGlanvilleCootamundra46
PerceGlanvilleHarden-Murrumburrah41ex Yass
WGlanvilleCootamundra39
WGlanvilleWagga Kangaroos69
GlanvilleCootamundra33Possibly J
DGlasheenBoorowa58
IGlasheenYoung56
GlasheenTemora23
JoshGlasscockGundagai58
JackGleesonBlucherCootamundra48, 50
AGlenPoddyWagga31
AllanGloverBoorowa49, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 582.2.1932-1.1.2013
BGloverBoorowa47Possibly 'Tom'
DonGloverBoorowa53
GordonGloverYoung61
TomGloverBinalong467.1.1930-28.12.2013; also played for Boorowa
TomGloverBoorowa47
CecilGoddardSkeetaWest Wyalong31, 32, 33
RexGodfreyJunee48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53Worked for Commonwealth Bank
CharlieGoldspinkTumut45From Tumbarumba
ColGoldspinkTurvey Park69
PercyGoldspinkTumut45From Laurel Hill
TomGoldspinkTemora26
LanceGollidgeCootamundra45
JohnGoodeTemora51
BillGoodsallGundagai40, 4120.3.1917- ; WW2 ; brother of George, Jack & Noel
GeorgeGoodsallGundagai40
JackGoodsallGundagai40, 41, 46, 473.12.1919-17.5.1968 ; WW2 ; brother of Bill, George & Noel
NoelGoodsallGundagai46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 569.6.1925-13.5.1994 ; WW2 ; managed cordial factory at Gundagai & worked at Services Club ; brother of George, Bill & Jack
EGoodwinHarden-Murrumburrah52
ErnGoodwinCowra39, 40, 41Killed in car crash at Yallah in 1947 aged 33
SGoodwinJunee41
HGoram?Gundagai21Probably Gorham
JGordonBarmedman52
MaxGordonBarmedman54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 61,62, 63, 64, 65, 66
RGordonBarmedman53, 56
BGorhamBoorowa47Possibly 'Peter'
BarryGorhamBarmedman71
ClarrieGorhamBarmedman381914-1994; brother of 'Rusty'
DennisGorhamDinnyBarmedman70Son of 'Rusty'
FrankGorhamBarmedman71Russell Francis Gorham, son of Rusty, died aged 58 - 18.10.2010
KeithGorhamGingerBoorowa48, 49, 501929-1997. Later coach and referee
PeterGorhamBoorowa46, 47
RussellGorhamRustyBarmedman47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 57, 60, 61, 67, 68Died Barmedman 6.12.1985 aged 60
BobGormanTemora59, 62, 63
JackGormanTemora55, 56, 59
RobinGourleyGrenfell61ex-Irish Rugby Union international
BillGowUngarie46Captain 1946
AubGowansTemora47, 48
DougGowansWyangala Dam66, 67
TGraceYoung37
BertGrahamGundagai20Herbert Stanley Graham 1890-1979; brother of Fred Graham
FredGrahamGundagai21Prominent Gundagai grazier from Bongongo; 1893-1950
IanGrahamCootamundra69
QuentonGrahamQuintGrenfell48, 50, 51, 52, 53From Quandialla
GrahamGranleeseTemora69, 70
RobertGranleeseTemora65
AncelGrantCanowindra261901-1975; brother of Horace & John
ArthurGrantCanowindra26
EdGrantCanowindra26, 28Ed & Ted Grant were different players
HoraceGrantCanowindra281903-1969 ; brother of Ancel and John
JGrantCanowindra26Probably John 1905-1965, brother of Ancel & Horace
KenGrantCanowindra26, 28
TedGrantCanowindra28
JohnGrantleyWagga Magpies69
GeoffGravenmakerGrenfell60, 63, 64, 65Taxi driver
JohnGravesWhackerCootamundra54Captain-coach 1954; Souths 1947-52, Australia
AGrayGusTemora29Ex Wagga
AGrayGusWagga23, 27, 28
AGrayGusJunee30, 31, 32, 34, 35Ex Temora
MaxGrayTinyCowra37Captain-coach 1937
MaxGrayTinyWest Wyalong36, 38Wests 1934-35 & 1940; Captain-coach 1936, 38; Kurri Kurri 1939; Brother of Gus Gray
RGrayWagga23
GeoffGreavesYoung71
ColGreenBarmedman37, 38, 39Killed in Crete WW2 1941, aged 22
EGreenTemora49
ErnieGreenTemora23, 24, 25
KenGreenTumut53, 55, 56, 57, 59Captain-coach 1957, 1959
KenGreenGundagai60, 61, 62, 63Ex Gundagai
KevinGreenYoung71
LesGreenBarmedman33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39POW in WW2
RayGreenTubbyCowra51
RayGreenTubbyYoung53Ex Cowra
WGreenWagga31
GreenCootamundra33
GordonGreigCootamundra46
MattGrenfellHarden-Murrumburrah59Captain 1959
TGrenfellCowra34
TedGrievesWagga27, 28
HarryGriffinWest Wyalong34Paid player from Sydney; Souths 1936; Canterbury 1938; later Sydney detective
LesGriffinTumut29, 30
RGriffinBoorowa58
DaveGrimmondJunee30, 31, 32, 33Born 1912, also champion foot-runner, played Aussie Rules later at Narrandera. Father of Rugby Union international Dave Grimmond.
EGrochTedTemora49, 50
CecilGrocottPorkyBoorowa54, 55, 58, 59Keith, Ron, Cecil & Greg all brothers
FGrocottCowra34
GregGrocottBoorowa57, 58, 59Keith, Ron, Cecil & Greg all brothers
KeithGrocottMonBoorowa51Keith, Ron, Cecil & Greg all brothers
RonGrocottButterBoorowa53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59Keith, Ron, Cecil & Greg all brothers
JackGroganGrenfell60, 61, 62, 63
JimGroganGrenfell55
TGroganBarmedman47
WGroganTemora49
RonGrosvenorBoorowa49
ClaireGroundsBendick Murrell36
LindsayGroundsBendick Murrell36
T or PGroundsBendick Murrell36Possiby Bernie or Morgan Grounds
AlanGroundwaterJunee71
BGuildgordTumut53
DonGulliverJunee46Captain 1946; policeman; Wests 1937-40; Easts 1941-44
TedGunningCowra53
BrianGuthrieJunee57, 58, 59, 60died 13.2.1995 aged 59 ?
GGuthrieJunee56, 57, 61
GrahamGuthrieJunee69, 71
JohnGuthrieJunee55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 651937-2002
MaxGuthrieJunee61, 63, 69
PaulGuthrieJunee57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 653.9.1938-8.6.1995
EdwardHackettEddieJunee60, 61, 62, 63, 64
RobertHackettBobJunee64
TomHainesTemora61
HairCootamundra45Also spelled Hare
AbeHallYoung29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41One of the famous Hall brothers; played for Balmain during the war; 1912-1950: killed in an industrial accident at Grenfell 1950;
AlanHallGrenfell50
AlanHallYoung48, 49
BobHallYoung25, 26, 29One of the famous Hall brothers; 1899-1975
DaveHallBendick Murrell36One of the famous Hall brothers; 1916-2012
JHallYoung57
JackHallGrenfell49
JackHallYoung48, 49, 51, 52
NHallTumut55
NevilleHallWest Wyalong68, 69
NormanHallBenYoung27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34One of the famous Hall brothers; 1908-1987
RonHallGrenfell55, 60
RoyHallYoung34One of the famous Hall brothers; 1913-1981
SamHallGrenfell55
SidHallBendick Murrell36Mostly played for Young
SidHallYoung25, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45One of the famous Hall brothers; 1902-30.1.1995; also played briefly for Canterbury; played cricket for NSW Country; 1902-30.1.1995
TomHallTuckGrenfell52
TomHallYoung26, 27, 31One of the famous Hall brothers; 1906-1956
HallGrenfell48Possibly Tom
HallYoung55Possibly J
BrianHalloranBarmedman63, 64, 65Captain 1964
FHalloranTumut23, 25
JohnHalloranTurvey Park69
ArchieHallsGrenfell28born 1902-
DougHambiltonGunnerYoung61Captain-coach 1961 ; Wests 1957; from Bendick Murrell,
NevilleHambrookYoung65
HarryHamiltonHarden-Murrumburrah32Newtown 1931 & 33
JoeHamiltonTurvey Park69
SamHamiltonGrenfell38, 39
ErnieHammertonBoorowa53Captain 1953; Souths 1947, 1949-1958; Australia
LHammondYoung26
LesHampsonGrenfell61Captain 1961
JackHampsteadYoung47Captain-coach 1947; motor mechanic
KHamptonYoung59
DavidHandGundagai69Son of Nevyl Hand
NevylHandHorse, MoeyGundagai49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 581923-2014; Captain-coach 1949, 51-54, 58 ; coached Gundagai to then record of 23 Maher Cup victories ; Norths 1946-48; Australia; later top referee; Cootamundra coach 1973
BillHanleyYoung62
MaurieHanleyBarberYoung57Ex Boorowa
MaurieHanleyBarberBoorowa53, 54, 55
TomHanleyCootamundra27, 28, 29Railway fireman; transferred to Casino
LHanlonYoung25, 26
HanlonBoorowa56
RonHanshawQuandiGrenfell52, 53
BobHansonBarmedman65
ErnieHansonTumut60, 61, 63Captain-coach 1964
KHarcombeBendick Murrell36
RHarcombeBendick Murrell36
BruceHardieTemora59
FrankHardingGrenfell62, 63, 64
RHardingGundagai55
JackHardmanYoung48
JackHardmanTumut56ex Young
TonyHardwickCootamundra69, 70
AlanHardySharkyHarden-Murrumburrah71
ChrisHardyGrenfell65Possibly error with Chris & Col
ColHardyGrenfell65
JHardyJunee34, 36
JoeHardyTemora49Killed 1952 shooting rabbits
JohnHardyGerryBarmedman38, 39, 40
LesHardyHarden-Murrumburrah64Captain 1964
LesHardyJunee65Captain 1965
OwenHardyWattyHarden-Murrumburrah63, 64, 65, 66, 70
RonHardyYoung59, 60, 61, 62
MauriceHargraveGrenfell63
NevilleHargraveGrenfell611940-2015
ClareHargreavesBillTumut35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 46, 47, 48Son-in-law of Tom O'Brien; died following a work accident on the Tumut River in 1953 aged 42.
ColHargreavesGundagai41Ex Tumut
ColHargreavesTumut34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 46, 47From Tumut Plain; cousin of Bill Hargreaves; 7.11.1912-11.8.1982 ; WW2
DickHargreavesTumut57, 58, 59
FHargreavesTumut48
NormanHargreavesTumut34, 36Brother of Bill (Clare) Hargraves
BernieHarmerTemora60, 61, 65, 66, 67, 68
THarmerBarmedman40Probably Tom
THarmerCootamundra45
TomHarmerTemora39, 41
JimHarmonWagga27
THarphamCootamundra31
BillHarpleyTemora63, 64, 65, 66
HaroldHarpleyTemora36
AHarrisCootamundra26, 27
BarryHarrisTurvey Park69
BarryHarrisGrenfell60, 62, 63, 64, 66Captain 1966
FHarrisCockyHarden-Murrumburrah56
FHarrisTumut39, 40
JohnHarrisFlashJunee69, 71
LesHarrisCootamundra29, 30, 31
MaxHarrisTumut49Son of Vern Harris
RonHarrisShortyJunee41
SidHarrisCootamundra29Souths 1926-27,31-34; was to coach Grenfell in 1932 but it fell through
THarrisTumut20
VernHarrisTumut20, 21, 22From Tumut Plains; proper name Hamlyn Lavicourt Vernon Harris ; served in WW1 ; 1894-1953
HarrisCootamundra34Possibly Les
JackHarrisonGrenfell27
KeithHarrisonBobBarmedman50From Ariah Park, later played for Leeton
BHartGrenfell53
BHartshornTumut55, 56
OHartwigBarmedman40
W or AHartwigTemora41
BarryHarveyTemora63
FrankHarveyBarmedman48, 49, 50, 51, 56
PhillipHarveyBusterYoung51, 52, 53, 54, 57died 2.3.1978 aged 49
LenHaskinsTemora52
AHassettTumut33
BillHatcherWest Wyalong46, 48
HaroldHatelyWest Wyalong32, 33, 34, 36Also played for Girral
RayHatelyWest Wyalong66, 67, 68, 69
PaulHattonTemora64Captain 1964
WalHawkeGundagai36, 37died by 1941
HawkeTumut28
KevinHawkensTemora55
JHawkesGundagai31Jack Hawke brother of Wal?
BillHawkinsHarden-Murrumburrah31, 32
BrianHawkinsCootamundra58, 59
BrianHawkinsHarden-Murrumburrah61, 62, 63
GHawkinsGundagai22, 23
NHawkinsCootamundra34Armidale 1933; from Harden
TomHawkinsHarden-Murrumburrah31, 32, 35, 38, 39, 40, 41
HawthornTumut22
DHawthorneGundagai48Possibly incorrect
FrankHawthorneTumut29, 30, 31, 32See also 'Hank' Hawthorne
GHawthorneGundagai58Probably incorrect - Reg?
GordonHawthorneTigerGundagai47Son of Guy Hawthorne
GuyHawthorneHankTumut32Ex Gundagai; possible confusion with Frank Hawthorne 1932
GuyHawthorneHankGundagai23, 24, 26, 28, 29, 30, 311907-1967; Owner of Star Hotel at South Gundagai; Iconic Gundagai figure; played Maher Cup aged 16; also played two years at Queanbeyan
JackHawthorneJunee28, 29
LeeHawthorneGundagai49Son of Guy Hawthorne
LenHawthorneCowra51
RegHawthorneCootamundra66Ex Gundagai ; Captain-coach 1966-67
RegHawthorneGundagai56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65Son of Guy Hawthorne; Captain 1962-63; Coach 1968
GregHayTumut65Captain-coach 1965 ; ex-Balmain
RalphHayDickWest Wyalong33
BHayesHarden-Murrumburrah47
KevinHaynes / HayneWyangala Dam66, 67
FredHaywardCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31
CliveHazellGrenfell47
KenHazellGrenfell66
PatHazellGrenfell48, 49
TomHazellGrenfell47, 50, 53
RickHealeyWest Wyalong54
JHealy / HealeyGundagai23, 24
GaryHearesYoung59, 60
AHearneTemora40
PaulHeathNiggerJunee57, 58
PaddyHeatonJunee24
GerrardHeffernanJunee71
TomHeffernanJunee53, 54, 5618.4.1933-14.6.2008 ?
PeterHeinrich / HeindrickTemora69, 70
BobHeneryGundagai53, 58
LenHenmanChookyTemora50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61
PatHenmanBarmedman45, 46, 47
HHennickerCootamundra55Possibly error
RHennicker / HennikerCootamundra55, 56
JackHennikerJuniorCootamundra48, 49, 51, 52, 53Parramatta 1950
KeithHennikerStifeCootamundra52, 54, 55
JohnHenrickTumut53
DarcyHenryTemora531933-2004; Easts 1951-52; Captain-coach; Wests 1956-59; Australia
BernhardHerewardTootyBoorowa46
TonyHerewardBoorowa50
BillHeronBarmedman30, 31, 32, 33, 351911-1973; father ran the Queensland Hotel; later a police detective
BrianHeronWyangala Dam67
WalterHeronBarmedman371914-1980; brother of Bill
BruceHerridgeWest Wyalong58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63
AHetheringtonTemora40, 41Possibly same as below
AllanHetheringtonTemora48
ArchHetheringtonWest Wyalong65, 66, 67, 68, 69
GHetheringtonWest Wyalong59
JohnHetheringtonJockCootamundra351915-1983; from Grafton, slaughterman, WW2
JohnHetheringtonOompaWagga Kangaroos69
JohnHetheringtonWest Wyalong60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66
KeithHetheringtonTemora58
BertHewittCurleyCowra45, 46, 47, 48, 49In Army at Cowra POW camp
DaveHeyCootamundra32Wests 1926-27, 29, St George 1931
EricHeyHarden-Murrumburrah38
EricHeyCootamundra39, 40
BarryHeywoodHarden-Murrumburrah66
BillHickfordWagga Magpies69
LionelHicksBinalong46
JohnHicksonTumut58, 61
WilliamHicksonTumut45From Tumbarumba
JackHigginsTemora35
PhilHigginsWamoon69
FredHillGibsonvale46Also played Australian Rules for Four Corners
JimHillTemora50, 51, 52
JoeHillGundagai27, 28From Coolac ; also cricketer & tennis player ; station master ; moved to Gloucester, Kiama and Coalcliff ; died aged 57
MalcolmHillBarmedman62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68
NoelHillJunee56Ex St. George
StephenHillYoung68
JohnHillamJunee64, 65
MarkHillierWest Wyalong35From Tallimba; 1908-1994
PeterHindleyBarmedman35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40Often spelled Hendley or Henley
AHinesGibsonvale46
EdwardHinesBarneyGrenfell47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 551927-1990
WalHinkleyTumut64Captain 1964; ex-Wests
GordonHintonCootamundra26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32From Armidale, a blacksmith's striker, later fireman in Sydney, injured kidney prevented full potential; 01.12.1904-02.01.1996
MannyHintonBoorowa54, 55Captain 1954 ; from St George lower grades
MannyHintonHarden-Murrumburrah56, 57Captain 1956, 1957
WallyHintonHarden-Murrumburrah56, 57
WHirdYoung40
GaryHiscockWagga Kangaroos69
KevinHitchersonWest Wyalong55, 56
BillHoadDarkieHarden-Murrumburrah38
BillHoadYoung38Probably same as Bill Hoad, Harden
C.W.HoadBendick Murrell36
HaroldHobanYoung29, 30
MHobanHarden-Murrumburrah56
BobHobbsCootamundra47, 48Captain-coach 1948; Canterbury 1945, Wests 1946, Parramatta 1949-54
HHobbyJunee27
JohnHobbyTumut71From Coolah; Bathurst Railway, Eugowra, Wests Newcastle, Tumut captain-coach 1970-74, non-playing coach 1980, also selector
RHobdayCowra41
DHobsonYoung70
DonHobsonYoung61, 62
JackHobsonYoung38, 39, 40, 41, 46, 47
JohnHobsonStumpyYoung71
KenHobsonGrenfell55
PatHobsonPaddyYoung59, 62, 63, 64, 65
SidHobsonYoung39, 40, 41, 50, 51, 52, 53, 56, 59Easts 1942-49; Captain 1950, 1952 ; captain-coach 1950, 1959; 1.1.1922-21.7.2003
JackHockingGrenfell66
AlanHockleyYoung55, 56Canterbury 1952
AlfHodgeCowra45, 46, 47
PeterHodgeGrenfell65, 66
BruceHodgesCootamundra57, 58
LHodgesHarden-Murrumburrah50
HarryHodgsonSnowyCootamundra34, 35From Stockinbingal
NevilleHoganYoung49Wests 1946-48, captain-coach 1949 ; NSW representative
KHoldenTemora47
FrankHolderCootamundra37
KHolderCootamundra69
AndyHollandHarden-Murrumburrah60
WHolmanWarrieGundagai24
BrianHolmesGrenfell51, 52, 53Easts 1947-1950
DarcyHolmesTemora61, 62, 63, 64
PeterHolmesTurvey Park69
TonyHolmesGrenfell50
JackHoltJunee33, 34Previously coached Barellan & Coffs Harbour
BobHoneysettYoung60, 61Captain-coach 1960 ; Souths 1954-57; Norths 1958-59
THongGrenfell64
E or THoodCowra28, 34, 36Probably Ted
AlvaHopkinsWagga27
CHopkinsWagga31
BillHorderGrenfell54Coach; Wests 1948-53
ClarrieHorderTumut23Captain 1923
PeterHorneJunee60Captain 1960, 1961, 1962 ; ex Balmain & Manly
HortonHarden-Murrumburrah41
PhilHoskinsonWest Wyalong45From Kikoira; In Kikoira Australian Rules premiership-winning team 1940 and Four Corners 1946-1947
PhilHoskinsonGibsonvale46Ex West Wyalong
JohnHoswellHarden-Murrumburrah56
OwenHournGundagai46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54Contractor and carrier ; Died 20.7.1972 aged 43
BHoustenTemora45
PeterHowardYoung68
DickHoweHarden-Murrumburrah60
RonHoweBarmedman53
DavidHowellChookyYoung70
HowellHarden-Murrumburrah37
BHowseTemora49
DHowseCootamundra56, 57
MickHowseCootamundra48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55
TonyHowseCootamundra50, 51, 52, 53, 55
BobHuckelYoung58, 59, 60, 61
HuckleTemora33
KHudsonBoorowa51
RoyHudsonJunee50, 51, 52Teacher
JimHuggettWest Wyalong64, 65, 66, 67, 68
AHughesWest Wyalong49
BrianHughesTemora66
LaurieHughesGrenfell52, 53
VicHugoCootamundra31
JimHullHarden-Murrumburrah45, 46, 47Frank according to Wal Galvin
LesHulmBarmedman56, 57
HulmJunee34
JHume / HomeWest Wyalong32From Tallimba
LHumphreysTullibigeal40
PeterHuntGundagai69
ThomasHuntGundagai20
VinceHuntJunee28, 29
RoyHurstCootamundra37From Wagga, played Australian Rules for St George 1940
RusHutchinsonWagga27, 28
EHydeBoorowa51Eddie or Eugene
PatHydeGundagai54ex Balmain
RayHydeBoorowa56Captain 1956 ; Easts 1953-55
BobIbbotsonCootamundra63, 64
JohnIbbotsonTumut31, 32, 35, 36
GeorgeImrieWest Wyalong45From Tullibigeal; also captain of Tullibigeal's Australian Rules premiership winning teams of 1946 to1948.
GeorgeImrieGibsonvale46Same player as above
GeorgeImrieUngarie46Same player as above
TomImrieUngarie46In Tullibigeal's Australian Rules premiership winning teams of 1946 to1948.
SInceTemora50
LIngrimJunee59
StanIngsBinalong46
DonInnesTumut35
ClarrieIrelandGundagai32Captain 1932
DudleyIrelandDudWest Wyalong45Born 1926; brother of Leo; in Four Corners Australian Rules team from 1946 to 1967. Later club secretary
LanceIrelandCootamundra34
LeoIrelandGibsonvale461922-1960; from Tullibigeal; enlisted WW2; captain of Four Corners Australian Rules team 1946 to 1948
IanIrwinRustyBarmedman32Bank officer, transferred 1933
JIrwinHarden-Murrumburrah59
RIrwinWest Wyalong31
JohnIsaacsYoung58, 59
NevilleIsonWest Wyalong64, 67From Werris Creek
RIzzardCowra36Captain 1936
GordonJacksonJunee47, 48, 49, 50, 51
LJacksonWagga23Captain 1923
OttoJaegerMusclesGrenfell27, 28
AllanJamesBupYoung51, 52, 534.8.1928-17.1.2011; from Kiama; brother of Keith
GarryJamesHarden-Murrumburrah70
GeoffJamesJesseHarden-Murrumburrah70
JackJamesSwiftyCootamundra28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35
KJamesWest Wyalong40
KJamesTemora54
KeithJamesBomberYoung51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62From Kiama
RonJamesGrenfell51
JamesSnowyYoung56, 57, 58
BertJamiesonMallee Plains47Brother of Roy Jamieson
DougJamiesonGundagai40, 41, 45WW2
GJamiesonGundagai40, 45, 46
KJamiesonTumut51Possibly Keith
KeithJamiesonTumut57
LenJamiesonWest Wyalong62, 63
MJamiesonTullibigeal40
RJamiesonTumut53
RoyJamiesonMallee Plains47Brother of Bert Jamieson
ArthurJasprizzaBarmedman28
DougJasprizzaTemora47
GaryJefferyTumut62, 63, 64, 65, 71
JimJefferyTumut28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34Later coached Tumut
PeterJefferyTumut60, 61, 62, 63, 65
BrianJeffreyYoung53
DonJeffriesJunee51
DonJeffriesTemora52
PatJeffriesGrenfell35, 38
StanJeffriesGrenfell27, 28Also written as Jeffrey
JeffriesTumut64Probably Peter or Gary
BJenkinsJunee53
DougJenkinsJunee50
JJenkinsGrenfell27, 28From Quandialla
JimJennettHarden-Murrumburrah63
LesJenningsYoung45, 47
LesJenningsPunchyHarden-Murrumburrah46, 48, 50, 581923-11.4.1995
KeithJenveyWyangala Dam66
CJessopTumut22Anglican minister
DanJohnsonTemora59Captain 1959; ex Balmain
JohnJohnsonJohnnoYoung55
RayJohnsonHarden-Murrumburrah49
TedJohnsonYoung54
VJohnsonTumut48
AlexJohnstonGundagai24Captain 1924 and part 1925 ; ex South Sydney
CharlieJohnstonBlueyCowra45, 47In Army at Cowra POW camp
IanJohnstonYoung53Captain 1953; Parramatta 1948-52, 1954, Wests 1956-1957; Australia
AlanJonesHarden-Murrumburrah67, 68, 70
BarryJonesBoodgieGundagai56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63
HJonesBullockyGundagai23, 24
JJonesTemora54
JJonesHarden-Murrumburrah70
JackJonesTerrificGundagai21, 23, 24, 26Father of 'Bronc' Jones
JohnJonesBroncTumut60
JohnJonesBroncGundagai53, 55, 56, 57, 61, 62, 63, 64Captain 1962, 63; Captain-coach 1964 ; Non-playing cach 1969-70 ; Norths 1958-59
RexJonesCootamundra55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62, 63, 64
TJonesTurvey Park69
JonesHarden-Murrumburrah28
GeorgeJordanTemora24, 25
NatJordanGingerTemora24, 29, 30
JoeJorgensonJunee47Captain 1947
ClarrieJoyceTumut20
ClarrieJoyceGundagai21, 22From Tumut - a reserve in the first Maher Cup match in 1920; WW1 veteran; 1894-1940; died at Cootamundra
ClarrieJoyceWest Wyalong23, 24, 25Ex Gundagai
ClarrieJoyceCootamundra26, 27Ex West Wyalong
DennisJoyceDiggerJunee61
GeoffJoyceGrenfell60
JJoyceDadGundagai20
LeoJoyceCurlyYoung25, 26, 27, 30, 31, 32, 33Wests 1928
PatJoyceGrenfell47, 48, 49
VivJoyceGundagai22Died 1940; brother of Clarrie Joyce
DickJuppJunee28, 29From Western Suburbs
DaleKalmsGrenfell61, 62
PatKaneWest Wyalong56Ex Barmedman
PatKaneBarmedman54, 55From Kikoira; also played Australian Rules for Four Corners
VinceKaneJunee27, 28, 29
BillKanneJunee33
MaxKarsmanWagga Kangaroos69
JKavanaghJunee41
BillKearneyYoung33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46Captain 1936, 40, 45; Coach 1945-46, 1951-52; ex Queanbeyan; later club official, broadcaster and local businessman ; WW2; 1913-29.3.1989
GeorgeKearnsWest Wyalong23Died 1979
KeithKearnsWest Wyalong65, 66
BobKeenTemora56, 58
JKeenBarmedman54Possibly John from Ariah Park; died 1973 aged 48.
JimKeenWest Wyalong23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 33, 36Played with brother Bunk
RonKeenWest Wyalong53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60
WilliamKeenBunkWest Wyalong25, 26, 30, 31Always known as Bunk; also played for Henty, Rand and Holbrook and coached Girral
BasilKeenanYoung48
KeirhanHarden-Murrumburrah28
AndyKellTumut55, 57, 58, 59
JohnKellTumut53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59
KKellTumut53Possibly should be Les
LesKellTumut53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59
KKellaherHarden-Murrumburrah48
MartyKelleherWest Wyalong45, 46, 47
AKellyCootamundra31
A. JKellyJockey; JockYoung30, 31
ArthurKellyArtieBarmedman27Later legendary Barmedman official; died 29.7.1966?; brother of Frank and Jack Kelly
ArthurKellyBlackCootamundra40
BarryKellyBarmedman68Son of Artie Kelly above
BillKellyBarmedman40, 45, 46, 4712.4.1922-25.4.1995; son of Jack Kelly
FrankKellyBarmedman26, 27, 28Died 31.3.1955 aged 58
JKellyBoorowa51
JKellyCootamundra22, 23
JackKellyCanowindra28
JackKellyBarmedman29
JohnKellyTemora55, 58From Ungarie where he played Australian Rules; coach 1960 ; other clubs include Griffith 1961-63; 33 years on West Wyalong RLFC commitee; regional, state & national selector
KKellyWyangala Dam67
KeithKellyHarden-Murrumburrah61
MickKellyChinaHarden-Murrumburrah601933-2012; christened Harold Kelly; captain-coach 1960; ex-Newtown, Narrandera, Yenda, later coached at Parramatta & Penrith
RKellyBarmedman47
RayKellyCowra45In Army at Cowra POW camp
RayKellyGundagai51ex Newtown ; played with Condobolin 1953
RonKellyBarmedman55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 6326.4.1934-22.8.2004; son of Artie Kelly
RussellKellyTigerWest Wyalong30Bank officer; later Rugby Union international; died in 1944 aged 34 after being in German POW camp.
CecilKemCecJunee52Later played with Hay
RobertKempGeorgeHarden-Murrumburrah65, 66, 67, 68
RockyKenemoreYoung48From Murringo
BrianKennedyTemora59
ClemKennedyGrenfell50Captain 1950; Souths 1939,41,44-46, Newtown 1948, Australia
GrahamKennedyWagga Kangaroos69Ex New Zealand international
HughKennedyCootamundra34, 35
JohnKennedyCootamundra69, 70
LaurieKennedyBarmedman36
NoelKennedyWagga Magpies69
V / EKennedyJunee52
MartKeoghYoung36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41
RoyKeoghYoung26, 29, 30, 31, 33
HaroldKeppieGrenfell491921-1974
MaurieKermondGrenfell541930-2011; Easts 1952-53
E or JKerrJunee47
KenKerrCootamundra34Stockinbingal player
JimKerryJickTemora50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 58
RayKerrySqueakerTemora50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59
SylvesterKeyesBlueyGundagai29
SylvesterKeyesBlueyCootamundra32
SylvesterKeyesBlueyWagga28, 31
JimKeysGibsonvale46Great sporting all-rounder; cricket, tennis, bowls. Played Australian Rules for Kikoira 1940 and Four Corners from 1946.
TerryKielyCowra54Cowra bookmaker all his life
WKildeaHarden-Murrumburrah57
JKilleenHarden-Murrumburrah38
BillKillibyCootamundra37Captain 1937; St George 1933-35 and 1940; left Coota in 1937 for Boorowa
BillKillibyCowra38Ex Boorowa
RobertKilpatrickBobWagga30, 311908-1982; Post Office clerk; also cricketer
JKilroyCootamundra45
JKindCowra52
ArthurKingWest Wyalong32, 33
BruceKingBarmedman56
CyrilKingWest Wyalong26
EricKingGrenfell48
GeorgeKingHorderWest Wyalong30Also cyclist; brother of Phil 'Barney' King; went to Temora and then to Armidale 1933
GlenKingBarmedman26From Bathurst; played against England in 1924; late lived at Narrandera
HKingTemora24, 25
PhilKingBarneyCootamundra34Ex West Wyalong
PhilKingBarneyWest Wyalong30, 31, 32, 33Captain 1933
BruceKingsmanTumut62, 64, 65
JackKingstonKinkyYoung31
JackKingstonKinkyCootamundra25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 321908-1957; Captain-coach 1930; International 1928-1930; Kiama 1934; Wests 1935; carpenter; later had pub at Nambucca
BernieKinnaneCootamundra22, 23, 24
BillKinnaneYoung37, 38Captain 1937, 38
BillKinnaneHarden-Murrumburrah39, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 51Captain 1940, captain-coach 1945
TomKirkTumut35Canterbury 1936, 1938-1939, Newtown 1940-1946; later to Barmedman & Temora coach; died 5 March 1994 aged 78.
TomKirkBarmedman48, 49, 50, 51, 53Captain-coach 1948; captain 1949, captain-coach latter part 1950; captain1953
PeterKirkbyCootamundra51, 52, 53, 54
BillKirkwoodIbbyMallee Plains47Captain-coach 1947; From Kurri Kurri
BillKirkwoodIbbyHarden-Murrumburrah49Captain-coach 1949; married Vera Broad
BillKirkwoodIbbyWest Wyalong47, 48, 51, 52Captain-coach 1948
JoeKissJunee51, 54
Michael?KiteYoung62
LesKleinCootamundra39, 40
AlanKnightTemora58, 60
JohnKnightCowra50, 51, 52, 54
LenKochGundagai49, 51, 52, 53, 54Pronounced Cook; played earlier for Boorowa; went to Wollongong 1950 and returned with a job on council ; engineer for councils at Merriwa, Gunnedah and Berrigan ; also played Australian Rules at Corowa
EricKuhnMighty AtomBarmedman53, 54, 55, 56
EricKuhnMighty AtomHarden-Murrumburrah57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 65, 67, 68
MickKupkeeGrenfell47, 49
WalterKupkeeGrenfell47
JohnLacey / LeacyYoung62, 63
FredLadlowGrenfell66
JohnLangHarden-Murrumburrah64
BertLangeWest Wyalong41, 45
ClaudeLangeWest Wyalong37, 38
GLangfieldBendick Murrell36
RexLangthorneYoung65
GaryLanhamCootamundra65ex Harden
GaryLanhamHarden-Murrumburrah57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 66Started Maher Cup aged 17
LLanhamHarden-Murrumburrah41Possible error for 'Norm'
NormLanhamHarden-Murrumburrah38, 40, 45, 46, 47
RegLargeCootamundra23, 24, 26
StanLarkingsDiggerJunee47, 48, 49, 50, 53, 54Often spelt as Larkins; Newtown 1951
ELarterCootamundra31
LathamCootamundra24
RegLattaSnowy; WhipWagga27Balmain 1916-26,28-30
KevinLawlerBoorowa53, 54, 57, 58
PeterLawlerTemora61, 65
BillLawrenceBarmedman26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31William G Lawrence 1909-29.1.1955; played Maher Cup as schoolboy, incorrectly listed as V. Lawrence ; top ranked Group 9 referee; elected Bland Shire Councillor 1944
BillLawrenceSonnyJunee51, 52, 53
BobLawrenceYoung53, 54, 55, 56, 57Balmain 1953
DonLawrenceBarmedman46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54Donald Joseph Lawrence 10.7.1924-6.7.2008; RAAF in WW2
FrankLawrenceBoorowa53, 55Easts 1954
GeorgeLawrenceBarmedman57, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65Son of Jim Lawrence below; also rugby union country representative; 15.7.1936-15.2.2010
JackLawrenceBarmedman27, 28, 29John Leslie Lawrence 1907-26.12.1983
JimLawrenceBarmedman27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40Captain 1927, 28, 33, 37 and 40 ; represented NSW aged 18; 1905-17.5.1944; killed in car accident aged 38 at Tubbul 17.5.1944; eldest brother of Jack, Bill, Bob and Don Lawrence
JimLawrenceNipperBarmedman45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52Son of Jim Lawrence above; died 3.1.1972 aged 43
KevinLawrenceCowra51, 53Played Maher Cup aged 16
PeterLawrenceBarmedman52, 56Brother of Stan; son of Jack
RLawrenceCowra24
StanLawrenceBarmedman56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 65Stanley Joseph Lawrence 26.10.1936-31.10.2008; brother of Peter; son of Jack
DesLawsonWagga Kangaroos69
PeterLawsonCootamundra69, 70, 71Cousin of Alan Paterson
RLawsonJunee41
RLawsonJunee62
RichieLawsonYoung62, 63
TrevorLawsonHarden-Murrumburrah53
TrevorLawsonMighty MidgetGundagai51, 52
LesLayBlueCowra37, 39Ex Wellington; builder who worked on Cowra' Catholic church; Captain 1939
LLazzariniJunee33
PatLe CornuBoorowa48
RonLeakeBoorowa47
JohnLearmontTumut52, 55, 58
HarryLearyCootamundra50, 52
LesLeeDutchyHarden-Murrumburrah52, 54Rebuilder of Harden club; railway employee; 18.11.1930-13.8.2006; buried at Binalong
DudleyLeggettYoung34Clergyman, later Rugby Union for Gordon, sports commentator and federal supervisor of sporting broadcasts for the ABC, WW2 New Guinea; died July 1949
JohnLehmanHarden-Murrumburrah47
BadenLemonWest Wyalong58One of six brothers from Buddigower
BarryLemonWest Wyalong57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64One of six brothers from Buddigower
ClydeLemonWest Wyalong51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 58One of six brothers from Buddigower; Parramatta 1955
GeoffLemonHarden-Murrumburrah70, 71
HaroldLemonWest Wyalong50One of six brothers from Buddigower
JackLemonHarden-Murrumburrah50, 51
KenLemonHarden-Murrumburrah70, 71
ManningLemonWest Wyalong40, 46One of six brothers from Buddigower; also known as a footrunner
RonLemonWest Wyalong40, 46, 47, 48, 49One of six brothers from Buddigower
WLemonGrenfell38
LemonWest Wyalong40, 41Either Manning or Ron
PatLenaneBoorowa49
JackLennoxTemora40Teacher; Captain 1940; Died as POW on the Thai-Burma Railway
BLenonGundagai23
JLeonardsWest Wyalong59
BillLesbergCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31died 10.09.1965 aged 70 ; Leseberg is correct spelling but press used Lesberg
FredLesebergGundagai23Cousin of Bill Lesberg
LLevettBoorowa49
CharlieLewinGundagai22, 23Charles Lewin of Tumblong died 26.1.1967 aged 70
JackLewinsGrenfell27, 28
KLewinsYoung57
BLewisCootamundra29
BillLewisTemora65, 66Captain 1966
JackLewisJunee22, 25
KeithLewisYoung36
KeithLewisTemora53, 54Tenterfield 1955
WLewisTemora31
WLewisJunee41, 45
JohnLincolnWest Wyalong61, 62, 63
BLindTumut30Possibly Fred Linde
FredLindGrenfell28Coach; Newtown 1926-27, 1929-30; Coached Grenfell again in 1932; also spelled Linde
BillLindleyGundagai35, 36, 37
GeoffLindleyGundagai60, 61, 62, 63
JLindleyGundagai58
JackLindleyGundagai37, 40
PeterLindleyGundagai69
RoyLindleyGundagai56, 57, 58
TomLindleyGundagai27
JohnLindquistGundagai54Newtown 1951-52
CLinksCowra24
WayneLinsellWagga Kangaroos69
NLittWagga27
LittleCootamundra33
GeorgeLloydWest Wyalong25, 26
J or RLloydJunee45
NLloydCootamundra46
RayLloydGundagai40
LobbCowra50
EddieLockeWagga27, 28, 30
DudLoftusBarmedman36
TLoganYoung41, 45Possibly Tom
TomLoganYoung31, 33, 35Morpeth 1934
JohnLohanWest Wyalong53, 54, 55
JLoitertonTemora40
JohnLomaxHarden-Murrumburrah71Captain 1971
SLongHarden-Murrumburrah27
TomLongBarmedman26, 27, 28, 29, 30Went to Wellington 1931 and Parkes 1932
WilloLongbottomTemora63Also boxer
BrianLonghurstBillCootamundra55
BrianLonghurstBillGundagai52, 53, 54, 56, 57Non-playing coach 1960 & 62
BobLongmoreJunee56Cousin of Laurie and Bob
BrianLongmoreJunee59, 60, 61Brother to Laurie
LaurieLongmoreJunee60, 61Brother to Bob
DennisLordJunee69, 71
JLordJunee47
LaurieLordJunee45, 46, 47, 48, 49
SidLoudonHarden-Murrumburrah32
JimLoutittCootamundra58
HarryLovettHarden-Murrumburrah28, 29, 30, 31
GerryLoweCowra54ex-Wests
HLowrieChoppaWest Wyalong30
JackLowrieWest Wyalong26, 30
GeorgeLucasGrenfell48Captain-coach 1948
DougLuckCootamundra70
GaryLuckCootamundra71
RogerLudkinGundagai63, 64Parramatta 1962
JackLuffGundagai22
LuggHarden-Murrumburrah28
JLumbyJunee36
JackLumsdenHarden-Murrumburrah61Captain 1961
StanLunkenGrenfell50From New Zealand
DouglasLyellJimTumut35, 36, 37, 38, 39(1916-1995); WW2
AllanLynchSnowyTemora29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41(1910-16.10.1954); Captain 1936
AllanLynchTemora55, 56, 57, 58Thirroul 1959
ClarenceLynchCalTemora33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38(1915-2003); Captain 1936, 37
DickLynchGundagai27, 28, 30
GeraldLynchDelTemora45, 47(1920-1962)
GordonLynchGingerTemora35, 36, 37, 38, 39(1917-2008); Captain 1938
HLynchCowra28
KeithLynchTemora45, 46(1922-1989)
RonLynchYoung58
ColLyonsTemora66
KevinLyonsTumut49, 50, 51, 52
RayMaceYoung60
JimMackieCowra41, 49
PeterMacMahonGrenfell60
BarryMadiganTumut62, 63, 64, 65
BedeMadiganFlapperTumut34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 4620.10.1915-3.9.1997 ; WW2 ; later coach and prominent Tumut club official ; brother of Reg Madigan
JohnMadiganDeweyTumut52, 53Author of book "The Maher Cup and Tumut" (1995) ; last of 10 children ; postal worker ; brother of Reg & Bede ; 16.9.1928-29.5.2008
RegMadiganTumut37, 38, 40Brother of Bede Madigan
AllanMaguireButchJunee46, 47, 50Coached schoolboys for 20 years
HenryMaguireTumut31
RossMaguireBarmedman70, 71Farmer from Yiddah; also champion at lawn bowls
MaguireTumut22
BrianMaherWagga Kangaroos69
E.J.MaherTedTumut20, 21Maher Cup donor
WMaherTemora23
WMahoneyBarmedman26
MahoneyGundagai24
GeorgeMainCootamundra34Coach; From Bankstown; Canterbury 1935-37
Lindsay?MainwaringBarmedman64(1964-1965, accidentally killed).
KeithMaitlandBarmedman70, 71
RossMaitlandBarmedman45, 46Also state representative lawn bowler; RAAF; died 20.8.1999 aged 77.
BillMaizeyCowra37, 38, 41From Balmain; Carcoar 1928; Lyndhurst 1929; Cowra 1930-33; Blayney 1934-36; Yass 1939-40; Cowra 1945
EMajorYoung36
RegMakerCowra24
RegMakerTemora29, 30, 31, 32, 33Works for the railways
SMakerCowra24
KevinMalbyTemora57
JMaleyCowra24
KenMalliganWest Wyalong53, 55, 59, 60, 61, 62, 65, 66Captain 1965; Grandson of George Broad
DMallyonWest Wyalong35
AllanMaloneTurkBoorowa47, 48, 49, 511926-1990
JimMaloneCootamundra35Short term import from Forbes
LesMaloneTumut20
WalterMaloneTumut20, 21
CMaloneyTullibigeal40
JMaloneyGrenfell55
JMaloneyYoung57Possibly same as Grenfell player
LMaloneyGrenfell55
PatMaloneyPaddyYoung41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50Played for Riverina against the English 1950
EManganTedCootamundra33, 34, 35, 37, 39
RayManganCootamundra35, 37, 41
CMangelsdorfTemora61
LyellMangelsdorfBarmedman49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 55Died 2009 aged 81.
HarryMannCowra38
F or JManningCowra45
MickManningYoung64
DMannsTumut25
JoeManstedYoung25Captain-coach 1925; Newtown 1920-23; Wests 1924
SidManstedTemora24Captain-coach 1924; Newtown 1921-22
SidManstedWest Wyalong25Captain-coach 1925; ex Temora
BrianMantonGundagai69
TManwaringCootamundra31Was also a Charlie Manwaring at Coota
JMardenWest Wyalong31
J or MMarkelly / MarkellieBarmedman38Also possibly Harold
AlfMarkhamSoldierJunee22Father of Fred
FredMarkhamJunee50, 51Son of Alan
RayMarkhamTumut31From the Illawarra
ArthurMarksYoung45, 46
LarryMarksYoung68, 70
GMaroneyWagga30, 31
GMarriageGundagai69
BillMarshCootamundra561929-2002; captain-coach 1956; Balmain 1950-55, 57-60; International
PeterMarshTemora64, 65
VMarshSnowyTumut28, 29, 30Coach
VMarshSnowyTemora31, 32, 34, 35Ex Tumut
WilfMarshCanowindra26Also played for Cowra in 1926
WilfMarshCowra24, 28, 38Came out of retirement in 1938
EMarshallCootamundra34
PeterMarshallCootamundra65
RMarshallWest Wyalong68
RonMarshallCowra37, 39Died aged 35 in 1948 from result of football head injury
RoyMarshallGundagai21, 22
BarryMartensYoung66, 67, 71
BillMartinBoorowa46
ErnMartinSnowyCootamundra32, 35From Fairfield
GordonMartinGrenfell54From Easts
JMartinCootamundra64
JimMartinTumut60, 61
NormanMartinWest Wyalong31
GeorgeMasonBarmedman30, 31, 32Captain 1930, 31; to Grafton 1933
TonyMasonTumut55, 60
GailMasseyGundagai50
JackMastersGundagai34
RubeMastersTumut20
LesMatchettGundagai34From Young; WW2
MMathaTemora45
TMathewsTemora50
BarryMatthewsTemora64, 65, 66
BernieMatthewsTemora61, 62
BrianMatthewsTemora57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66
FrankMatthewsTemora47, 48, 49, 50, 51Captain 1949
KevinMatthewsTemora49, 50Later moved to Henty
MMatthewsTemora39
JohnMavroudisWagga Magpies69Former Rugby Union representative
BillyMayYoung48
MayHarden-Murrumburrah45Possibly same as Young player
BillMayburyTullibigeal401909-1985; cousin to Kevin, Max & Ross Maybury; also Australian Rules player; enlisted WW2
KevinMayburyGibsonvale461925-2010; brother of Max & Ross Maybury; stock & station agent; enlisted WW2; also played Australian Rules for Tullibigeal 1946
KevinMayburyUngarie46Same player as above
KevinMayburyWest Wyalong47, 48, 49Same player as above
MaxMayburyJunee54Same player as below
MaxMayburyCootamundra59Same player as below
MaxMayburyWest Wyalong41, 48, 491927-2006; ex AFL player for Tullibigeal; brother of Ross & Kevin Maybury; 16 stone forward; stock & station agent; at Rabaul WW2; also played Australian Rules for Tullibigeal 1947
RossMayburyWest Wyalong451924-1988; from Tullibigeal; brother of Max & Kevin Maybury
RossMayburyUngarie46Same player as above
BruceMayoTumut58, 59Originally from Penrith
PatMaysBoorowa56, 57ex-Parramatta lower grades ; worked for Burrowa News and as a carrier; Killed in a truck accident aged 32 in 1961
RossMcAlaryWest Wyalong55, 56, 57
BernieMcAlisterTumut45
BruceMcAlisterJunee46, 47
CMcAlisterTumut35, 37
DaveMcAlisterDaisyYoung49, 50
GrahamMcAlisterGundagai56, 57
HunterMcAlisterJunee57
JohnMcAlisterTumut55, 56, 57, 58, 60
KeithMcAlisterCallyGundagai55, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65
LMcAlisterTumut55
StanMcAlisterFattyCootamundra41, 45, 46, 47(1921-1996)
TomMcAlisterTemora23
LMcAlpineJunee53, 54
AtholMcCabeBarmedman53, 54, 55, 57, 60, 64From Quandialla, lived later at Barmedman
JMcCabeTumut50
RMcCannBoorowa46Probably Rex
TMcCannHarden-Murrumburrah54
AMcCann / McGannHarden-Murrumburrah39
TMcCann / McGannHarden-Murrumburrah30
RMcCarronJunee27
BertMcCarthyTumut49lost hooker role to Ken McCarthy ; moved to Sydney
BruceMcCarthyMaccaGundagai57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64Nephew of Dal McCarthy
FMcCarthyGundagai28, 29, 30, 31
JackMcCarthyWagga23, 27, 28
JackMcCarthyGundagai32, 34, 35Possiby same as Wagga player
KenMcCarthyChampTumut49, 53Tumut personality ; WW2 ; associated with turf club & hospital board ; 1.2.1924-8.2.2006 ; played season with Gundagai
LMcCarthyDalGundagai41, 45, 46, 47Uncle of Bronc Jones & Bruce McCarthy; son-in-law of Guy Hathorne
RMcCarthyJunee63
RyanMcCarthyHarden-Murrumburrah47, 48, 49, 50
McCarthyTigerHarden-Murrumburrah27
BillMcCawleyBarmedman29, 30, 31Died 31.10.1931
AlexMcClellandGrenfell39
GeoffMcClellandGrenfell64
GordonMcClellandGrenfell65
JimMcClellandCowra36
LesMcClellandGrenfell47, 49, 501926-1987
MervMcClellandGrenfell35, 391910-1975
NoelMcClellandGrenfell66
CliveMcClintockWest Wyalong46From Tallimba
NMcClonyGrenfell55
DougMcCloskeyYoung37
BobMcColmTemora61, 62
JackMcCormackWagga Kangaroos69
JMcCueCootamundra32
BillMcCullochHarden-Murrumburrah50, 52
RayMcCullochJunee53From Newcastle
ErnMcDermottJunee32, 35, 36, 41Possibly not all Ern; ex Griffith
KeithMcDermottHarden-Murrumburrah55
LesMcDermottHarden-Murrumburrah55
NoelMcDermottJunee59
NoelMcDermottCootamundra60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66
TomMcDevittDipperCootamundra22, 23, 24died 23.03.1975 aged 73
GrahamMcDonaldCabbageHarden-Murrumburrah60Later radio announcer on 2LF and rugby league historian; also excellent cricketer
GrahamMcDonaldCabbageBoorowa58, 59
HectorMcDonaldTumut21, 22
IanMcDonaldChickyTumut61, 62, 63, 64
JMcDonaldTemora51
JackMcDonaldSpikeWest Wyalong39, 40, 41, 47
JohnMcDonaldCowra52, 53Captain 1952-53; ex Kiama
KMcDonaldYoung57
KenMcDonaldBarmedman45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57Captain 1956
MickMcDonaldYoung64
NMcDonaldJunee58
RMcDonaldCootamundra25
McDonaldHarden-Murrumburrah41
NeilMcDonellCootamundra45, 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54
RoleyMcDonellCootamundra49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55Captain-coach 1952
FredMcDonnellTumut33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40
GordonMcDonnellSpeedyGundagai41From Tumut
GordonMcDonnellSpeedyTumut37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 46, 47
JackMcDonnellGundagai69
JimMcDonnellGundagai65, 71
VivMcDonnellTumut45, 46, 47
BobMcDougallYoung71
Frank AlexanderMcDowellAlex, BlueYoung39, 40, 41, 47, 48Served in WW2; Souths 1942-43
W.D.J.McDowellHarden-Murrumburrah23
JMcElhinneyTemora37
RegMcEnroeCootamundra29
AnthonyMcFaddenTonyCootamundra28Balmain 1927 & 29
RussellMcFadzeanWest Wyalong24, 25, 26Later captain of Gordon Rugby Union club; died 1939
RMcFarlaneHarden-Murrumburrah35, 38
JimMcGarryTumut50
JimMcGarryBoorowa53Balmain 1952
LMcGeeJunee52
RodMcGeeTurvey Park69
McGeeCootamundra27
BillMcGowanBrindyTumut28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38
CMcGowanTumut33Check possibly Bill
EMcGowanTumut21
BernieMcGrathHarden-Murrumburrah62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 70Also known as a boxer and boxing trainer
BillMcGrathMallee Plains47Brother of Peter McGrath; agd 17 in 1947
DinnyMcGrathWest Wyalong57
JohnMcGrathBoorowa57
KevinMcGrathTumut57
KevinMcGrathGrenfell60, 61, 62Captain 1960
NeilMcGrathRockyHarden-Murrumburrah66, 67, 68
PeterMcGrathMallee Plains47
PeterMcGrathWest Wyalong46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53Captain 1952
PeterMcGrathTemora54, 55, 56, 57Thirroul 1958
GrahamMcGregorMacWest Wyalong52, 53, 54, 59, 60, 61
JohnMcGregorYoung56
PMcGuiganCootamundra28
TomMcGuiganCootamundra22
DickMcGuinnessCowra41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49
LennieMcGuinnessCowra48, 50
HenryMcGuireGundagai23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 3426.7.1902-11.12.1995 ; of McGuires Stores Gundagai ; also swimming coach, tennis and squash champion ; moved to New Zealand
JoeMcGuireGundagai26, 29, 30, 34Later referee ; brother of Henry
FMcGurrenJunee41
JMcIlhinneyTemora38
BarryMcInerneyGundagai31, 34, 36later referee
BartonMcInerneyBartGundagai30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37
DesMcInerneyHarden-Murrumburrah50Possibly son of Greg McInerney
DonMcInerneyTemora39Ex Gundagai; to Souths 1939; Maitland coach 1945
DonMcInerneyGundagai35, 36, 37Captain 1937 but coached Coolamon June 1937 to 1938
FredMcInerneyTumut21From Tumut Plains
GregMcInerneyGundagai31, 32, 34Later moved to Galong ; died May 1982
JMcInerneyGundagai28
KeithMcIntoshHarden-Murrumburrah38
GeoffMcIntyreTumut71
JimMcIntyreGundagai27, 32
LMcIntyreYoung26, 27, 30
JMcKeeCootamundra29Ex Wests
DonMcKenzieHarden-Murrumburrah58Ex Temora; died 1958 or 59
DonMcKenzieTemora54, 56, 57PMG worker ; brother in law of Les Gillard
JimMcKenzieCowra54ex Wests
KMcKenzieWagga Kangaroos69
LMcKenzieTemora58
RobertMcKinnonTemora23, 24, 25
AllanMcKnightYoung36
FrankMcLaughlinHarden-Murrumburrah30Captain-coach 1930, 31
GavinMcLaughlinWagga Magpies69
JackMcLaughlinJunee22Captain 1922; also recorded as McLachlan
JackMcLaughlinTemora26, 27Previously with Junee
JMcLeanTumut55
JackMcLeishCanowindra26Was a Cowra player also in 1926
JackMcLeishCowra24, 28Later referee
AllanMcLennanTumut56, 57, 58
KenMcLennanTumut20, 21, 22, 23Fireman
NMcLennanTumut46
RMcLennanTumut21
AlanMcMahonYoung65, 66, 67, 70
EMcMahonWest Wyalong33
LMcMahonHarden-Murrumburrah54Probably Laurie
LaurieMcMahonYoung52Newtown 1951-53, 55-58, 60
TerryMcMahonWagga Magpies69
McMahonGundagai22
MMcMasterTemora45
JimMcMenaminYoung34, 35, 37University 1929-30; Balmain 1931; Newtown 1932; Teacher at Lirambenda; later lived in South Africa; with Grenfell in 1933; had moustache
EMcMillenWagga27
LenMcMullenTemora54, 55, 56, 57
LMcNamaraTemora45
MickMcNamaraTumut23, 25
KeithMcPhersonWest Wyalong54Captain 1954; ex Maitland
AMcShaneBarmedman45
ArchMcShaneTemora251898-1964; brother of Artie McShane
ArthurMcShaneArtieTemora23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 387.6.1906-1971; Ariah Park dealer; boxed with Jimmy Sharman's troupe
MalMcSpaddenGrenfell61, 62
JackMcStokerJunee41Railway fireman. Later coached Albury Roos
KMcSullaJunee59
PeterMcSulleaTemora23, 24, 25, 26, 27Train driver, killed in accident 1954
CecMcVeighYoung25
ChrisMcVeighYoung25
CMcWhinneyCurlyYoung25, 31
BruceMcWilliamsBarmedman57Captain-coach1957; Souths 1956, 1958
LukeMcWilliamsWagga31St. George 1937
BernardMeagherPlumbGundagai57motor mechanic ; later moved to Sydney ; died 26.9.1994 aged 59
BobMealeTemora54
JohnMealeTemora55
JohnMealeCootamundra61, 64, 65
RobertMealeCootamundra69
RMearesYoung47
RussellMearsWest Wyalong45From Gibsonvale
RussellMearsGibsonvale46
CyrilMeehanWhiskyTemora23, 24, 27Also drummer in Temora danceband
TMeehanCootamundra22
JimMeekinWamoon69
JackMelroseTemora34, 36Went to Leeton and Adelong; fireman
AlanMelvertonYoung66
BillMelvilleCowra50
HarryMelvilleHarden-Murrumburrah58Captain 1958; St George 1949-52, 1955-57
GeorgeMenziesHarden-Murrumburrah63Captain 1963
AlgieMetcalfCootamundra53, 54ex Newtown
AlgieMetcalfWest Wyalong55, 56ex Cootamundra
MetcalfHarden-Murrumburrah23Pickup from Young
BrendanMichaelTemora67, 69
JohnMichaelTemora46, 48, 49, 50
AMilesWagga23
CharlesMilesCootamundra61, 62, 63
CorbyMilesTemora69
RossMilesTemora68, 69
RMillarCootamundra70
AMillerTumut37, 40Probably Alvan
BillMillerCootamundra70, 71
ClarenceMillerJumYoung34
ClarenceMillerJumCootamundra35Short term import from Young
ClarenceMillerJumCowra36
CyrilMillerWest Wyalong23
DickMillerGibsonvale46
FrankMillerJunee281905-1974; Mercer, Worked for J.S. Taylors, moved to Tumut, later Penrith
FrankMillerTumut29Known in Tumut as the man who bowled Bradman for a duck
JackMillerGundagai26, 27'the hero of 1927'
JohnMillerJunee58Nurse
LMillerScottyGibsonvale46Also played Australian Rules for Four Corners 1946, 1949
LMillerScottyMallee Plains47Ex Gibsonvale
LMillerWest Wyalong50
MichaelMillerYoung68, 70
PMillerCootamundra65
RMillerCootamundra70
RossMillerHarden-Murrumburrah45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52, 55
EMillsCootamundra30
PerceMillsCootamundra23
WalMillwoodHarden-Murrumburrah55
KenMilnerYoung50, 51
DonMiltonTemora51, 52, 53, 54, 55Captain 1952, 53, 55; Wests 1944-50
JMinneyHarden-Murrumburrah54
MervMinterBarmedman37, 46
TMinterBarmedman36Possible should be Merv
AMitchellGrenfell51
AubMitchellGundagai34, 35To Canterbury 1936
BMitchellCowra53
EMitchellTemora39
JockMitchellWagga28, 31
LionelMittonSkippyGrenfell63
RobertMoirRob, BobBarmedman48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 55
IanMolineauxGundagai64, 65
MMolloyGundagai45
VivMonaghanJunee47
JohnMoncrieffJumpyWest Wyalong49, 51, 52, 53(1925-2009)
PeterMoncrieffWest Wyalong45, 46, 48, 49
CMonteyTemora41
JackMontgomeryGundagai32
ColMoonGundagai32
JimMoonCootamundra60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65Member of champion 1956 Coota High School Team
RogerMoonaWyangala Dam66, 67Ex Boorowa
FrankMooneySkullJunee57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65
JohnMooneyJunee56, 57, 58, 591.3.1938-7.2.1993; brother of Frank Mooney
AlexMooreBarmedman30, 33
BMooreJunee52
FMooreJunee58
GeoffMooreBarmedman58, 59, 61, 62
GeorgeMooreGundagai23Captain-coach1923
HalMooreBarmedman27, 30, 31
KenMooreBarmedman60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68
RoyMooreBarmedman66, 68
TrevorMooreCootamundra57, 58, 60
BillMoorehouseJunee57
KevinMoranYoung58, 59
TMoran / MorrinHarden-Murrumburrah53
AllanMoroney / MaroneyTemora35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41
BarryMorphettJunee60
BillMorrisWest Wyalong50Captain 1950; Ex Qld & Easts
DougMorrisHarden-Murrumburrah38, 39, 41
FrankMorrisCowra39, 40
MaxMorrisYoung70
VMorrisWest Wyalong38
WMorrisHarden-Murrumburrah39, 41
GavinMorrisettHarden-Murrumburrah66
JohnMorrisonYoung34, 36Catholic priest at Boorowa ; also referee ; left Young 1940
JMortimerWagga28Not related to Jim Mortimer, Junee
JimMortimerTemora26Moved to Junee October 1927
JimMortimerJunee27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32Railway fitter, moved to Sydney, also coached at Narrandera
VicMosesWest Wyalong32, 33Captain 1933; Souths 1932 & 34; Newcastle 1935
KevinMosmanWest Wyalong60, 61, 62Captain 1960, 1961, 1962; Balmain 1956-57, Manly 1958-59
CMossWyangala Dam66, 67
HarryMossBarmedman26, 27, 28, 29Later secretary of Barmdman club
NoelMossCowra52
VicMossmanBoorowa56Souths 1958
CharlieMountWagga28
WMountTumut30, 32William Samuel Mount 1907-1958?
SidMoxomCowra28, 32, 33, 34, 36
KevinMoyeTemora53, 56, 58, 59
TomMoynihanJunee32, 33From Moree
PatMuffettCootamundra30, 32, 35
LenMuirGrenfell53
KevinMulcahyTemora30, 31
KevinMulcahyBarmedman35, 36Ex Temora
MMulcahyTemora41
VinceMulcahyTemora47, 48
LaurieMulhearneBarmedman26
DaveMulrooneyWagga Kangaroos69
KenMulrooneyJunee53
KenMulrooneyCootamundra47, 48, 49
KenMulrooneyWest Wyalong50, 51, 52, 53
RMulvihillTumut25, 29, 31
BillMumblerYoung56
BillMumblerGundagai58
JimMurdenYoung35, 36, 37, 38, 39Ex Balmain reserves; Coached Griffith 1940; Later radio announcer
ArthurMurdochBarmedman36, 38, 39, 40, 461915-1987; from Ariah Park
AllanMurphyCowra39, 40, 41, 45
BMurphyCowra39Possible should be 'A'
FMurphyTumut22
FMurphyJunee52
GMurphyHarden-Murrumburrah39
HarryMurphyHarden-Murrumburrah37, 38, 39WW2
JMurphyHarden-Murrumburrah35
JimMurphyWyangala Dam67Ex Boorowa
LMurphyHarden-Murrumburrah29
NMurphyHarden-Murrumburrah53
RexMurphyGundagai69, 71
WMurphyTumut23
AMurrayTumut34
BobMurrayYoung51, 52Ex Dapto
EricMurrayBarmedman71
GMurrayYoung25, 29
IkeMurrayGundagai56
JMurrayYoung29
JackMurrayYoung48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53
JimMurrayCowra38, 39, 41
MickMurrayBarmedman68, 71
RonMurrayYoung53
VinceMurrayVineyCowra41
MurrayYoung27Possibly G
BillMyersPongoWamoon69
FredMyersHarden-Murrumburrah41, 46, 52
JMyersTemora25
PeterMyersYoung66
CMyottBarmedman51Possibly Cliff, died 12 Sep 1996 aged 76
MurrayNapierGrenfell63
HerbNarvoCootamundra47WW2 Drill Sergeant ; Captain-coach 1947, Newtown 1937, 1943-45, 1949, St. George 1946, Australia, heavyweight boxing champion
ClemNashJunee32, 34, 35, 36
JohnNashJackHarden-Murrumburrah231902-1945; Yass footballer; WW2
VivNashJunee36, 41
JoeNathanGrenfell64
ANaughtonGundagai45
VNaughtonTumut23
BillNavinWest Wyalong34Bill, Bob and Mick Navin brothers in family of 13.
BobNavinWest Wyalong32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41AIF WW2; to Griffith in 1947
MickNavinWest Wyalong38, 39, 40, 45RAAF WW2; later to Griffith
CharlieNaylorBarmedman26, 27, 29
JoeNeddrieGibsonvale46
CNeevesJunee35
GrahamNeglineTurvey Park69
KevinNegusRoleyCootamundra54
KevinNegusRoleyCowra49, 50, 51, 52, 53
KevinNegusRoleyHarden-Murrumburrah59, 60Negus 61, then Cowra where played and coached
ENeiberdingGundagai20
GNeilsonTemora49
BillNelsonGundagai61
JNelsonWagga Magpies69
BillNeussTumut61
ColNevilleGundagai51
EricNevilleWest Wyalong37From North Sydney; captain-coach 1937
BernieNevinHarden-Murrumburrah59, 60, 61, 63, 64From Newtown, later Pt Kembla
JohnNevinWest Wyalong61From Sydney; Manager at C.J.Coles
GarryNewTemora65
BillNewcombeYoung33, 35
BNewhallTemora23
EdgarNewhamCowra37, 4619 Jul1914-27 Nov.1995 ; Captain 1946 ; Canterbury 1938-43, 45 & 48 ;WW2 New Guinea; test debut in 1946 aged 32 ; coached Wallerawang 1954
RoyNewlandCowra41
BobNewmanNewdudsJunee62, 63, 64, 65
JNewmanJunee36
JNicholasCowra45
ANichollsGundagai22
FNichollsYoung46
GarryNichollsYoung62, 64, 65, 67, 70
GrahamNichollsYoung66
JackNichollsYoung66, 67
LNichollsYoung41
RixonNichollsRicGundagai45, 46, 48, 49Grazier & carriage restorer of Burra Creek ; died 6.6.2002 aged 74
NichollsCowra45
JNicholsHarden-Murrumburrah68
BrianNicholsonWest Wyalong48, 55Also swimmer and boxer
JNicholsonBarmedman70
PeterNicholsonWest Wyalong51, 52, 54, 55, 58, 59Captain-coach 1959
ANicklessHarden-Murrumburrah28, 29
BertNixonBarmedman52Lived at Quandialla
JohnNoakesYoung55, 59
NoakesHarden-Murrumburrah28
StanNolteTumut59, 60, 61, 62
AllanNoonanWest Wyalong33, 34, 35Bondi surf champion; Balmain 1936
DickNordenGundagai69
FredNordenGundagai63Wests 1961-62
JimNormanBoorowa57, 58ex-Easts
RNormanBoorowa58
RexNormanCowra24Captain 1924; Souths 1915-17,19, Easts 1918,20-22
RexNormanCanowindra26, 28Captain 1926, 28
HNorrisGundagai32
ArthurNorthWest Wyalong31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40
RNorthinGrenfell53
MaxNortonWest Wyalong50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56
EricNuttallGundagai46, 47, 49, 50, 52Uncle of Ian Sheather
JNuttallTumut21, 22
BarryOakmanHarden-Murrumburrah64, 65, 66, 70
LanceOakmanHarden-Murrumburrah65, 66, 67, 68, 70
RegO'BreeYoung40
AO'BrienGrenfell53
BarryO'BrienYoung52Manly 1950-51, 55
CharlieO'BrienTemora41
DennisO'BrienGingerCootamundra70
JackO'BrienChackerWest Wyalong30, 31
KennethO'BrienBarmedman45
LO'BrienJunee41
PatO'BrienCowra46, 47Captain 1946
TomO'BrienHarden-Murrumburrah55
TomO'BrienTumut20, 21, 22, 23Captained Tumut in first Maher Cup match
WarrenO'BrienSnowYoung63
O'BrienBarmedman40Possibly C
DanO'ConnellGundagai59Captain-coach 1959
JO'ConnellCowra34
JohnO'ConnellJackYoung54, 55, 56
RonO'ConnellOkieGundagai46, 47from Easts aged 20 ; Captain-coach 1946-47 ; Manly 1948 ; later in North Queensland
BrianO'ConnorCootamundra22, 23, 24
BryanO'ConnorCootamundra57, 58
CO'ConnorCowra34
DarcyO'ConnorTemora46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52
EO'ConnorCootamundra49, 50
JackO'ConnorYoung37, 38, 39, 40, 41
KeiranO'ConnorStumpyHarden-Murrumburrah64, 65
MickO'ConnorYoung46, 47
PeterO'ConnorPedroHarden-Murrumburrah51Captain 1951
PeterO'ConnorPedroYoung52, 53, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 63, 64Captain-coach 1953, 58, 64; originally from Cessnock; Wollongong 1950 & 57; Tumbarumba 1965
TomO'ConnorHarden-Murrumburrah23From Galong
DOddyTumut33Check possibly Len
LenOddyTumut34
MO'DeaBendick Murrell36
StanO'DeaYoung60, 61, 65
FO'DonnellTemora38, 39
GeorgeO'DonnellJunee71
MikeO'DonnellNevilJunee60, 61, 63, 64, 65
OwenO'DonnellWest Wyalong26
DaveO'DwyerTurvey Park69
JohnO'DwyerCowra53, 54Teacher; later at Grenfell
TerryO'GormanTemora60
GregO'HaraBoorowa47Publisher of Burrowa News
ValO'HehirHarden-Murrumburrah27, 30, 32
TedO'KaneWest Wyalong45From Gibsonvale
TedO'KaneGibsonvale46Ex West Wyalong; played Australian Rules for Kikoira 1940 and Four Corners 1946-1948
BillO'KeefeCootamundra31
GO'KeefeTumut20
LO'KeefeHarden-Murrumburrah27
TonyO'KeefeHarden-Murrumburrah67, 70, 71
GOldfieldCootamundra41
JackO'LearySlenderTemora23, 24, 25, 27
WO'LearyTemora25, 29
RayOliverCowra36
JohnO'LoughlinGrenfell63, 64, 65, 66
JO'MalleyWagga28Possibly Jack
JackO'MalleyBlueYoung27, 29, 30, 33, 34, 35Probably John James O'Malley 1904-25 July 1983
NevilleO'MalleyHappyYoung41, 46, 47, 48, 49
BarryO'NeillCowra49, 50, 51, 52, 53
BernieO'NeillYoung51, 52, 53, 55From Dapto
JO'NeillCowra39, 40
JackO'NeillTumut22, 23
MO'NeillPeggyCanowindra26
MickO'RourkeYoung31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39Captain 1935
BryanOrrockBoorowa53Captain-coach part 1953; Souths 1950-1952, St George 1953-1958
LionelOsborneThe FoxTumut61Captain-coach 1961
JoeO'SheaCowra51, 52
PatO'SheaCowra34, 36, 38
GO'SullivanTumut37
KO'SullivanJunee52
MickO'TooleCootamundra71
MickOttenWest Wyalong68, 69
FrankOughHarden-Murrumburrah37, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47Probably 1914-11.10.1990
MickOutramWest Wyalong31Captain 1931
BobOwenGundagai60Moved to Tumut & then Melbourne & Gosford; died 1.9.2004 aged 66.
BobOwenTumut62Ex Gundagai
GordonOwenGundagai26, 27, 28, 29Father of Bob Owen
HarryOwensTemora30
LOwensCootamundra39, 40
PaillardYoung25
MaxPalmerCootamundra65
MaxPalmerJunee57, 58
BernieParkerHarden-Murrumburrah65
BillParkerGrenfell49, 50, 51, 52, 53Captain 1952, 53
LParkerCootamundra39, 40Probably Les
LesParkerHarden-Murrumburrah32, 35, 37, 38
MParkerTumut47
NoelParkerWamoon69
RayParkerYoung54ex Easts; Newtown 1955
WParkerHarden-Murrumburrah40
BillParsonsHarden-Murrumburrah38, 39
BarryPasfieldsBoorowa55St George 1952-53
AlanPatersonCootamundra63Cousin of Peter Lawson
RayPatonWagga Kangaroos69
GPattersonTumut45From Batlow
GordonPattersonBanjoBoorowa48, 49, 51
HPattersonJunee57
MickPattersonHarden-Murrumburrah53, 54
SidPattersonHarden-Murrumburrah39, 40
PattersonJunee32
JimPatterson / PatersonJunee56, 57
JPatton / PattenTumut59Originally from Buladelah
EdmundPaulGundagai57
VPaulTemora26, 27
APayneTed, TigerTemora31Later referee
APayneWest Wyalong31Different from A. Payne Temora
APayneBarmedman29, 31Brother of Jack 'Tiger' Payne
JackPayneTigerBarmedman29, 30, 31From the Manning, later moved to Junee
APearceHarden-Murrumburrah28
PearceJunee22
JohnPearce / PierceHarden-Murrumburrah52, 53, 54, 58, 59
DavePearsonYoung63
JohnPearsonGrenfell65
WallyPearsonChalkyYoung38
MaxPeelTumut51, 52, 53
LawrencePeetHarden-Murrumburrah71
CliffPeimeJunee491921-1982; captain 1949; Wests 1944-47, Parkes 1949
CurtisPellowDick, CactusCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 261895-1946; WW1; Captain 1922 ; died 21.03.46 aged 54
BillPembleHarden-Murrumburrah39
SpencerPenberthyBarmedman38WW2
PenfoldGrenfell27
FPepperCowra28
JPepperCowra28
KenPercevalGrenfell60, 61, 62, 63
KevinPercivalBoorowa47
PercivalCootamundra64
GeoffPereiraWest Wyalong65
JohnPereiraWest Wyalong58, 59
RPerettiJunee34
BobPerkinsYoung66, 70
PerksYoung26, 27
AdrianPerrinYoung58
EPerrinYoung36
PeterPerrinHarden-Murrumburrah64
PeterPerrinYoung55, 56, 57, 58, 61, 631936-4.8.1994
TerryPerrinYoung63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71
ColPerrotTemora45, 46, 47, 49
FredPerrotTemora41
JimPerryGrenfell60
MPesantJunee27
BillPetersonCowra48, 49, 50, 51, 52
BillPetersonHarden-Murrumburrah65, 66, 68
HaroldPetersonCowra50, 51
JimPetersonGundagai65
JohnPetersonMitchGundagai65, 69
TPetersonHarden-Murrumburrah27, 28
PetersonCootamundra24
CarlPettisWest Wyalong38
BarryPettitWest Wyalong63
LauriePettitWest Wyalong56
NoelPettitMallee Plains47
SimonPettitHarden-Murrumburrah70
HarryPhairJunee34, 35Portland 1936; Bombala coach 1937
RPhairJunee33Possibly Harry
DickPhemisterHarden-Murrumburrah53, 55, 56, 57
JackPhemisterHarden-Murrumburrah45
APhillipsSnowyYoung26, 27Check initial
AndyPhillipsWest Wyalong49From Lake Cargelligo/Euabalong; brother of Jack Phillips
BillPhillipsChipsGundagai26Moved to Cootamundra
BillPhillipsChipsCootamundra27, 28, 29, 30Focus of 1929 protest; later coach at Old Bar 1932
JackPhillipsMallee Plains47Same as West Wyalong player
JackPhillipsWest Wyalong45, 46, 48, 49, 51From Euabalong; brother of Andy Phillips
TomPhillipsYoung48, 49, 50
RogerPickerCootamundra66
RogerPickerYoung67
NevillePierceBarmedman51, 52Captain 1951; Manly 1949-50, 1953
JimPifferoCootamundra71
MPigramGundagai55
WilliamPikeGrenfell38, 39
RayPilonWest Wyalong52, 53
RodPilonWest Wyalong58, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 68Captain 1965; Canterbury 1963
LPiltzBarmedman56
PineJunee36
AmosPinneyMossyWest Wyalong25
ArthurPinneyTemora36, 37
BertPinneyTemora37
BillPinneyTemora32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 45, 46Captain 1946
ErniePinneyTurnipWest Wyalong25, 26, 31
HarryPinneyWest Wyalong30
LenPinneyWest Wyalong32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 47, 48, 49, 50Played for Kandos 1935; wounded WW2 Bougainville; brother in law of Clem Scrivener; WWyalong coach 1952
LenPinneyTemora45, 46, 48, 49, 51Played for Wyalong & Temora
DougPipeGrenfell60
ClarencePiperTumut3821.8.1914-2.7.2002
DougPiperYoung51Canterbury 1950
TomPitmanCootamundra52, 53Newtown 1947-1948, 1950-1952
KeithPlantWamoon69
LeoPlantWamoon69
JackPlaterGundagai52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59Captain-coach 1955; Norths 1948-51, 54 ; coached Yass 1953 ; railwayman ; moved to Sydney ; Wests 1955 ; died 18 June 2005 aged 75.
BillPlemingBarmedman45, 46From Ariah Park; Australian Rules player; died 2005
KevinPlemingBarmedman50From Ariah Park; excellent Australian Rules player
RoyPlummerWagga23, 27, 28Also a boxer
HenryPodhamHarryBinalong46Captain 1946; first Indigenous captain-coach in Maher Cup; La Perouse Allblacks captain 1945
JimPolandTemora55
BerniePollackGundagai50Probably Bernie, possibly Brian
EricPooleJunee48, 49died 28.8.1978 aged 53
CPorchDoodyJunee22Father of Peter Porch
PeterPorchalso DoodyJunee571931-2006 ?
HenryPorterHarden-Murrumburrah32
RonPorterGrenfell65
RonPorterWyangala Dam66
FPotterGundagai40
DavePoulterTumut56
BernardPowderlyYoung71Son of Bruce Powderly
BrucePowderlyYoung45, 46
BrucePowderlyBoorowa47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54Ex Young ; Captain 1951; Badly broke leg in 1954; 6.9.1926-31.12.1997
JohnPowderlyYoung64Son of Bruce Powderly
PeterPowderlyBarmedman52
RayPowderlyYoung48
ArchiePowellBarmedman45, 46, 471916-1992; WW2; ex Cootamundra; barber; captain-coach 1945
ColinPowellCootamundra69, 70, 71
GPowellHarden-Murrumburrah29
JoePowellHarden-Murrumburrah45, 46Wal Galvin lists Claude Power
SidPowellCootamundra66
SidPowellGundagai69
WalPowellCootamundra41
BrianPowerGrenfell49, 50
DonPrendergastCowra38, 39, 40
FrankPrestTodWest Wyalong35, 36, 38, 39WW2
BobPrestonGrenfell52, 53
L or JPrestridgeTumut22
JPriceJunee45
MPriceYoung50
RonPriceWheelsTemora33, 39
TPriceBendick Murrell36
WPrichardTumut53
JohnPringleWhalesteethTumut58, 59, 62, 63From Pyrmont
JackPriorWest Wyalong33
JackProbertJunee51
RonProsserHarden-Murrumburrah52
TomProtheroJunee451920-1979. From Ilabo, originally from Young. Died Wombat.
KeithPughTumut30Died in 1932 aged 21 two weeks after an injury playing for Cowra.
WPullenCowra24
RayPuntDummyYoung25, 26, 27, 29, 30Died 17.11.1981 aged 82 at Young
BerniePurcellCootamundra53Captain-coach 1953 - £600 sign-on fee; Wests 1948, Souths 1949-1952, 1954-1958; cousin to Jack 'Duck' Walsh
GeorgePurcellCootamundra26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31Also excellent cyclist
KevinPurcellTumut65
LesPurcellTumut20, 211893-1967; WW1; later official at Wagga Waratahs
JimPurtellHarden-Murrumburrah32From Jugiong; brother in law of Jerry Fallon
JimPurtellGundagai36Previously with Harden-Murrumburrah
ErniePyeTemora24, 25
JohnPyneGrenfell52, 53
LPyneGundagai37
MPyneGundagai36
BobQuarmbyGundagai21
TedQuigleyGundagai24, 26
JQuiltyWest Wyalong39
KQuinanCootamundra27
ColQuinlanGutsBarmedman45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66Coach 1959; ex De La Salle Cootamundra pupil
JQuinlanBarmedman54Possibly Roy (James Roy), died 25 Sep 2000 aged 70
JimQuinlanCootamundra35, 37, 39Killed in WW2 Malaya
Leslie ThomasQuinlanDaidieCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27Served in WW1; 1892-25.02.1961
RoyQuinlanBarmedman52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59
AlanQuinlivanYoung35Brother of Fred; Parkes 1934; Souths 1936-40; 42, 45; Easts 1946-47
DQuinlivanYoung47
FredQuinlivanBoyYoung29, 30, 31From Cundleton ; Captain 1930; Coached Canberra 1933
BarryQuinnHarden-Murrumburrah70
BillQuinnTemora41, 46
DennisQuinnHarden-Murrumburrah70, 71
GrahamQuinnRipperHarden-Murrumburrah71
JimQuinnCowra45, 46, 50, 51In Army at Cowra POW camp
StanQuinnTemora38, 39, 40
QuinnHarden-Murrumburrah51
GerryQuirkTumut20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 28From Bombowlee; also spelt Jerry
PeterQuirkTumut48, 51, 52, 53, 55Later became a priest
BillRakeWagga Magpies69
WarwickRandell / RandallGundagai63, 64
ErnRanierCowra34Captain 1934; Newtown 1931-33, St. George 1936-37
ColRatcliffSwisho; StiffyWest Wyalong51, 54, 55, 56, 59, 60Coach 1954, 59, 60; Wests 1952-53; Griffith 1957-58; also dance band leader; moved to Griifith in 1980s
TomRatcliffeJunee22
KenRatteyBarmedman46Brother of Reg Rattey
RRatteyBarmedman40Almost certainly Reg Rattey the VC winner from Bellawi
TRatteyBarmedman37Possibly Edgar Rattey, brother of Reg and Ken from Bellawi
TomRaudonikisWagga Kangaroos69Born Bathurst; raised at Cowra; later international
NickRawlins / RawlingsHarden-Murrumburrah50
EricRayGrenfell60
RRaynerHarden-Murrumburrah23Yass footballer; often spelt Raynor
BobReadfordCootamundra62, 63
JohnReadfordGaryGundagai64, 65Gundagai farmer ; 3.7.1942-13.1.2010
PeterReadfordGundagai62, 64
BrianReardonGundagai69
Eddie / TedReardonGundagai60, 61, 62, 63, 65
FredReardonHarden-Murrumburrah53
JohnReardonGundagai57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62
PeterReardonGundagai52
PeterReardonGundagai64, 65
ReardonGundagai59Probably one of the above
PhilRebergerWamoon69
MickReddenTumut61, 62, 63, 64, 65
JamesRedmondTonyGrenfell28Glebe 1911-13, 1922-23; Wests 1917-20, 24, 26-29; St George 1921; came to Grenfell with Frank Burge; coached Cobargo 1930; Kiama 1932; musician; Gallipoli; 1890-26.7.1963
BillReesCootamundra59Ex Tumut
BillReesTumut55, 56, 57, 58
BillReesHarden-Murrumburrah64, 65, 66, 67, 68maybe different Bill Rees
CReesJunee36Possibly should be C. Neeves
ColReesTemora62
DarrylReesBarmedman67, 68, 71
VernieReesTumut64, 65
WallyReesTumut50Captain-coach 1950 ; ex Easts
GusReevesGundagai34Captain-coach 1934; from Balmain
IanReevesGrenfell39
JohnReevesBarmedman70, 71
ArthurReganArkieBarmedman51Possibly 'Arkie' Regan died 9.1.1979 aged 48 fighting a bushfire
Arthur?ReganBarmedman36
JackReganBoorowa53
JockReganTemora67, 68
KReganHarden-Murrumburrah51
PhilReganWamboCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27Glebe 1911-1922; captain-coach 1922-1927
RReganCowra36
RReganBarmedman45
SReganYoung37
CecilReidStumpyBarmedman37, 381921-1979; dairy farmer; brother of Percy Reid
ChrisReidWest Wyalong54, 56
IanReidHarden-Murrumburrah49
IanReidCootamundra50, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57Ex Harden
KReidButchGrenfell54, 55
KevinReidGrenfell60, 61, 62, 63
LenReidHarden-Murrumburrah40Ex Temora
LenReidTemora32, 35, 36, 37Also Australian rules, cricket, rifle shooting, cyclist
PercyReidBarmedman39, 40, 45, 46, 47, 48Died 28 Nov 2006 aged 83; ran picture show; brother of Cecil Reid
PeterReidCanowindra28
RReidBarmedman45Possibly should be Peter
RobReidHarden-Murrumburrah29
S or CReidGrenfell38, 39
ReidJunee29, 30, 31
JerryReillyCowra34, 36, 37, 38
JimReillyWest Wyalong34Also surfing champion; paid payer from Sydney; died in a bicycle accident 1943
AugustReschAugCootamundra22From soft drink manufacturing family ; possibly died 26.10.1964 aged 73
BarryRexBoorowa54, 55, 56
CliveReynoldsBoorowa46
DReynoldsTemora45
JohnReynoldsWyangala Dam66, 67
KReynoldsYoung50
DRhallYoung25
RRhallHarden-Murrumburrah29
ARiceWagga30From Newcastle
CharlieRiceChikkaGrenfell38St George 1932-37
BobRichardsYoung66
NeilRichardsTumut71
TomRichardsJunee41, 45, 46, 47, 48
FRichardsonCowra40
BRichensHarden-Murrumburrah35, 37, 38
JackRichensYoung34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47From cherrygrowing family; 1914-16.3.1994
RoyRichensYoung36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45Brother of Jack Richens
SRichensYoung57, 58, 59
TedRichensWest Wyalong50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 59
DougRicketsonRickoTemora68, 70Captain 1968
BernieRickettsYoung58, 59
CRickettsGrenfell27
TerryRickettsYoung70, 71
JimRiddellGrenfell64Captain 1964
AlanRidleyWest Wyalong55From Tullibigeal; Easts 1956-57
GrahamRidleyGibsonvale46From Tullibigeal
GrahamRidleyUngarie46From Tullibigeal
GrahamRidleyWest Wyalong48, 49From Tullibigeal
JohnRileyJackTumut28, 29, 30Died 1945 aged 42; all round sportsman; worked Tumut Butter Factory
GordonRintoulCowra54From Young; played in running shoes
KenRintoulYoung29, 30, 31
RRintoulRipperYoung71Brother of Gordon Rintoul, son of Ken (Gerry) Rintoul
TRippeninArchieTemora32
JRitchieNedWagga28
RRobberdsCowra48
ArthurRobertsBlueCowra45, 46, 47
BarneyRobertsTemora56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66
BarryRobertsTemora52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62
ChrisRobertsCootamundra64, 65, 66, 69
JRobertsTiny?Cootamundra33, 35
AlanRobertsonBiscuitJunee50, 51, 52
DRobertsonWest Wyalong25
FredRobertsonWamoon69
GeorgeRobertsonYoung53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62Gulgong coach 1952; Captain-coach 1957, 1962
HRobertsonGundagai20
JRobertsonBarmedman45
KenRobertsonCootamundra46Captain-coach 1946 - resigned in June; from Newcastle; Newtown 1940
TomRobertsonBarmedman58Captain 1958; from Boorowa
TomRobertsonTurvey Park69Same as Barmedman coach 1958
BarryRobinsonGerryHarden-Murrumburrah57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 651936-2001
ClemRobinsonCootamundra24, 25, 26
GRobinsonCootamundra25Played in same team as C. Robinson
LesterRobinsonTemora23From Condobolin, died 1946 aged 54
NormRobinsonLatchemCootamundra28
NormRobinsonLatchemTumut32Captain 1932; coached Yanco 1935
TonyRobinsonTumut32
AndyRocheTumut29, 30, 31,32From Adelong, father of tennis player Tony Roche
FrankRocheTumut20, 21, 22From Adelong 1893-1959; brother of Jack Roche; grazier, auctioneer, RSL president, councillor etc.
John EdmundRocheJackTumut20From Adelong; 1894-1975
FrankRoddyGundagai41Ex Tumut
FrankRoddyTumut38, 39, 40Died WW2 Thailand; Tumut Rugby League comp. named in his honour
JimRoddyTumut45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53
PeterRoddyTumut45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52
GraemeRodgersGundagai65
WallyRodwayBarmedman26
ERoffeOssieCowra46
JohnRoffeCowra52, 53, 54
AlanRogersLennyCootamundra40
BobRogersHarden-Murrumburrah46, 47
GeoffRogersCootamundra46, 47, 48Coached at Tamworth 1949
KRogersHarden-Murrumburrah46Possibly incorrect 'Bob'
TRogersHarden-Murrumburrah41
JimRogersonBinalong46Died 28.1.1976 aged 57.
KRolesHarden-Murrumburrah54
GRolfeYoung29
PeterRolfeBoorowa46
BertRollasonWest Wyalong41Same as above
BertRollasonBarmedman40, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 511917-1994; From Mandamah near Ariah Park; played Australian Rules also; Easts 1943-45; Captain 1950
KRootsTullibigeal40
KevinRoseGundagai57, 58
BrianRosengreenFlynnyJunee52
HarryRossJunee69
CharlieRothneyBarmedman28, 301931 to Condobolin
VictorRoughleyBarmedman30, 32, 33, 35Butcher 1910-1970
CharlieRoweCootamundra33, 34, 35, 37
CRowleyWagga30
FrankRowsellWest Wyalong58
MRoyalBarmedman36
BruceRuddJunee57, 58, 59Indigenous player
JackRuleYoung49
LesRulePoodleYoung40, 41, 47, 491.10-1920-25.7.2013; AIF
PeterRusconiGundagai557.12.1923-27.12.1999 ; son of marble craftsman Frank Rusconi
KRuskinCootamundra40
RRussellTemora49, 50
TimRussellWest Wyalong61, 62, 63, 64
RussellTinyCootamundra34Captain 1934; Ex Canowindra, Wellington, Taree
JimRutherfordYoung39Captain 1939; coached Dubbo 1940
JohnRyallTemora41
LesRyallBarmedman54
RonRyallBarmedman66, 68
ARyanBarmedman36
BillRyanHootJunee32Also played for Western Suburbs 1931-34, Temora, Cootamundra, Ungarie, Leeton and Ipswich. Represented Queensland. Killed in WW2.
BillRyanHootTemora33
BillRyanHootCootamundra34
BillRyanWest Wyalong36, 37, 38
FRyanCootamundra41
JRyanJunee34
JackRyanGundagai21, 22
JohnRyanYoung66Captain-coach 1966
JohnRyanGundagai49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56Relative of Tom Kirk
KevinRyanBulldozerBoorowa46, 47, 48, 4917.9.1921-17.3.2003
MattRyanJunee32Later at Leeton; brother of 'Hoot' Ryan
MervRyanCootamundra53, 54
PaddyRyanGundagai40, 41, 46, 47
PatRyanHarden-Murrumburrah30, 311908-1949; lived at Galong, later Goulburn, badly injured WW2
RRyanCootamundra26Possibly should be Tom played lock
RRyanTumut22, 23
RusRyanGundagai48
SRyanCootamundra31
TomRyanTemora54Captain 1954; ex St George; International
TomRyanCootamundra23, 24, 25, 26, 27
EdwardRyanhartNedTemora26
FrankRyderGrenfell47
GeoffRynehartJunee71
BobSaddlerWamoon69
EsraSaddlerWest Wyalong49Wiradjuri man from Euabalong
RegSaddlerWest Wyalong49Brother of Esra Saddler
AdrianSainesYoung71
CSainsburyHarden-Murrumburrah23Yass footballer
KeithSainsburyChickaJunee56, 57
BobSaitTemora58, 60, 61ex Souths
JSalmonTumut33
TSalmonGundagai69
RonSargentGrenfell61
SaulGrenfell27
TSaul ?Grenfell55
HSaundersWagga23
JackSavageStrikeJunee28, 29
CScardHarden-Murrumburrah55
JohnSchellJunee64, 65
TedSchiel / SchellBoorowa52Canterbury 1953-54
JSchliebsTemora48Check
KevinSchliebsTemora47
ClarrieSchlunkeBarmedman54, 55, 56
NoelSchlunkeBarmedman53, 56
CharlieSchofieldCootamundra22, 23, 25Possibly 14.11.1899-01.08.1964
DesmondSchofieldTobyCootamundra55, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66Desmond Bryce (Toby) Schofield 29.07.1932-23.08.1992. Railway worker
HerbSchofieldSchoCootamundra22, 25, 26, 27Later club official and coach
IanSchofieldYoung65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71Brother of John
JSchofieldYoung25
JackSchofieldCootamundra45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
JohnSchofieldYoung62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71Brother of Ian ; later Dapto & Jamberoo ; died 1985 aged 45
SchofieldCootamundra24Charlie or Herb
JimSchroederLouieTemora60
FredSchultzHarden-Murrumburrah40Coached Young earlier in 1940 ; Balmain 1941
RaySchultzCootamundra69Captain-coach 1969
RonSchultzTemora68, 70
JackSchumackShooterCootamundra30Later at Bega and Leeton
PeterSchumackCowra46
SchumackTumut28Possibly same at Cootamundra player
FrankSchurmerCootamundra47
CharlieSchwartzelCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25
JohnSchweersTumut57
AlanScottGrenfell63, 65
BertScottTumut71
GeoffScottYoung63
JohnScottBoorowa47, 48Played with St George reserves 1951
JohnScottYoung51, 52, 53Ex Boorowa
KelScottGundagai54
LesScottGrenfell63, 64, 65, 66
MurrayScottYoung61, 62
RossScottWagga Kangaroos69
TomScottTumut38, 39, 40
BruceScrivenWest Wyalong62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69
ClemScrivenerScrivWest Wyalong33Brother in law of Len Pinney
ClemScrivenerScrivHarden-Murrumburrah38
ClemScrivenerScrivCootamundra34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 41, 45Captain 1940 ; died 15.04.1975 aged 61
NormSealyTumut39, 40
TerrySeatonFlashJunee71
IgorSerovIgsyTemora50, 51
JSevenoaksYoung29
ShaddockGundagai69
JohnSheaHarden-Murrumburrah65, 66, 67, 68, 71
LesSheaHarden-Murrumburrah64, 66
JimSheahanGundagai50Nephew of parliamentarian Billy Sheahan
GeoffSheatherGundagai60, 61, 62
IanSheatherYoung71
IanSheatherGundagai62, 63, 64, 65Nephew of Eric Nuttall
MaxSheatherJunee34, 35
NormSheatherJunee53, 54
PercySheatherCootamundra63
BSheedyCootamundra37
BobSheedyCootamundra71
DickSheedyCootamundra31Check - may be Leo
JSheedyCootamundra26, 28
LeoSheedyCootamundra27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 34, 35died 10.06.1988 aged 81
RaySheedyRawbonesCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28Originally from Gundagai; killed by a train in Sydney in March 1950
SheedyCootamundra26Leo, Ray and A. Sheedy all played in 1926
JimSheehanDolCootamundra37, 39, 40, 41
MSheehanCootamundra34, 35
AShelleyTumut49
EricShelleyTumut49, 52One Shelley was called 'Bung'
PShelleyTumut53
CShepherdCowra28
KevShepherdGrenfell50
NeilSheppardBoorowa46
RonShergoldCootamundra69, 70, 71
JohnShieldsUngarie46
PeterShieldsYoung51
PeterShieldsTemora58, 59
ColShiptonWest Wyalong38
ESibraaNedWest Wyalong41
GeorgeSiemsenWest Wyalong33
MiltonSilkCowra54
IanSillsWamoon69Captain 1969
BobSilvesterTumut34, 35, 36Captain 1935 ; moved to Griffith; often spelt Sylvester
HSimTumut59, 60
LaurieSimTumut57, 58, 60
BillSimmonsBoorowa52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 58The Simmons' came from Carcoar
HarrySimmonsBoorowa52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58
RoySimmonsHarden-Murrumburrah55
RoySimmonsBoorowa53, 54, 57
DickSimpsonGundagai69
RaySimsWagga Magpies69
DonSinclairTemora53
PSinclairGrenfell55
NoelSingWyangala Dam66, 67Penrith 1971-73
JSissianCootamundra22, 24
GregSkatesJunee71
PeterSkinnerHarden-Murrumburrah70Schoolteacher
TonySlack-SmithYoung67, 68
JimSlaterGundagai20
ASlatteryHarden-Murrumburrah50
LSlatteryWyangala Dam67
PeterSlatteryCowra34, 36, 37, 38, 39Signwriter; served in WW2
PhilSlatteryCowra49, 50, 53, 54Brother of Peter Slattery
JackSlavinSnakeCootamundra51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60Possibly1930-08.08.1987
JohnSlavinCootamundra58, 59
KevinSlavinCootamundra52, 54, 57
PeterSlavinCootamundra69
TedSlavinCootamundra41, 45
BruceSloanStumpyJunee65
KSloaneWest Wyalong41
TomSloaneCanowindra28Teacher at Canowindra, later to Tumut, finished as Deputy Director of Education
TomSloaneTumut31, 32Transferred to Emmaville in 1934
TonySloaneJunee65, 69
CliffSmailesHarden-Murrumburrah55Souths 1950-53; Wests 1956
ArnieSmallHarden-Murrumburrah28, 30, 31, 32, 35From Galong
VernieSmallHarden-Murrumburrah31, 35From Galong; captain 1935
JackSmartTumut35, 36, 37
LesterSmartBoorowa51, 52
ASmithTumut21
AlSmithGundagai20, 22
BSmithJunee41
BillSmithGundagai22, 23Probably Jack Smith's brother
BobSmithYoung39, 40, 41
BobSmithBoorowa54, 56
BobSmithTemora56, 57Thirroul 1958
BryanSmithCootamundra61
CSmithGrenfell28
DSmithWest Wyalong32
DalSmithDallieGundagai50
Darrell / DarylSmithWest Wyalong63
DickSmithTumut71Captain-coach 1968
DickSmithGundagai62, 63, 64
ESmithCowra28
ESmithYankYoung36, 37, 38
FSmithHarden-Murrumburrah28, 30From Glebe
FrankSmithDooleyGundagai31Died WW2 Borneo 1945 aged 36
FrankSmithMarbyGundagai30, 31, 32
GSmithGundagai23Probably George, brother of Jack Smith
HarrySmithTumut60, 61
JackSmithGundagai20, 22, 23From Back Creek Station at Kimovale
JimSmithGundagai45Son of Jack Smith
JimSmithTemora61
K or DSmithBoorowa51
KeithSmithGundagai59from Wollongong
KenSmithGundagai55
LSmithKellyGundagai26, 27Brother of Jack Smith
LaurieSmithBarmedman26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32Later to Yenda; counter-hand
LloydSmithTemora23, 24
MaxSmithBoorowa46, 47, 48
NormanSmithWest Wyalong30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 371910-1967; orchardist
PeterSmithTemora64, 65, 66, 67, 68
PhilSmithBlahCowra36, 37, 38, 39
RSmithYoung36
RaleighSmithTemora49, 51
RegSmithHeroHarden-Murrumburrah63, 64
RobSmithBobGundagai60, 62, 63, 64
RobertSmithBobHarden-Murrumburrah65
RobertSmithYoung70
RonSmithBoorowa52Captain-coach 1952 (sacked) ; graded at Souths and Manly
TSmithCowra39Possible error - 'Blah'
TimSmithWagga Kangaroos69
TommySmithCowra50
VivSmithBoorowa46, 47, 48Captain 1946, 47 ; ex-Wests ; went later to Griffith
WSmithJunee46
SmithCootamundra34
SmithGrenfell54
SmithBarmedman63
SmithDooleyGundagai34, 35
ESneddonYoung27, 33
FSolahHarden-Murrumburrah52Played in same game as N. Solah
GSolahHarden-Murrumburrah28, 29, 30
HSolahBarmedman32Initial could be incorrect
NormSolahBarmedman29, 30, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 381906-1939, born at Cootamundra
NormSolahHarden-Murrumburrah45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52
DavidSolleyTemora52
RobinSolleyBobTemora69
TedSommervilleBarmedman64, 65, 66
GeoffSoudenHerbieWest Wyalong48, 50, 53, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65Son of Roy Souden
RaySoudenGrenfell50School teacher, originally from West Wyalong; son of Roy Souden; captain of Bronte 1949
RoySoudenMickWest Wyalong26, 30Business owner and club official; father of Geoff Souden
TomSpainHonest TomCootamundra62, 63, 64, 65, 66Butcher; leading Group 9 referee
SparksCootamundra25
LindsaySpencerYoung38, 39, 40
GregSpicerHarden-Murrumburrah61
GregSpicerCootamundra56, 57
GSpillerBoorowa51
KStaceyGrenfell50
IanStadtmillerTinyBinalong4618.4.1921-29.11.2007
JStaffordTumut56Probably John
JohnStaffordGundagai55
VStaffordWagga30
RStammersCowra24
RonStammersCowra45, 46, 47
FStanfieldTumut47, 48, 49, 50
KStanfieldTumut60
BarryStanfordWest Wyalong56, 57Thirroul 1958
JStanfordTemora33Check could be Tom
StephenStanfordTemora29
TomStanfordGrenfell39Ex Temora
TomStanfordJunee41Ex Temora
TomStanfordTemora33, 34, 36, 38, 40Railway employee; born 1914; coached Boorowa 1935; played with Griffith 1937
DesStanleyBoorowa47, 49, 51, 52
FrankStanleyBoorowa46, 47
PatStanleyBoorowa46, 48, 49, 51, 52, 53, 54
RStanleyGrenfell47, 48
FStanmoreHarden-Murrumburrah27, 28
JStanmoreTemora52
JStanmoreBarmedman47, 48
StanmoreHarden-Murrumburrah51
EStantonHarden-Murrumburrah54
MickStantonWest Wyalong54
RonStantonBarmedman57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62
TedStantonCootamundra55, 57, 60, 61, 64ex West Wyalong
FStanwellHarden-Murrumburrah54
JohnStapleyTemora69, 70
LesStarrTemora26
JackSteadWest Wyalong45Attached to West Wyalong POW Control Centre
ASteelCowra52
GrahamSteeleWest Wyalong65, 66, 67, 69
KenSteelePlonkyWest Wyalong45, 46, 47Father of Ray, Kevin & Hookie Steele
KenSteelePlonkyBarmedman48, 49, 50Father of Ray, Kevin & Hookie Steele
KevinSteeleWest Wyalong66, 67, 68, 69Brother of Ray Steele
LarrySteeleTexHarden-Murrumburrah53, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
MaxSteeleWest Wyalong57
MickSteeleLeather?West Wyalong45Brother of Ken Steele
MickSteeleMallee Plains47Brother of Ken Steele
RaySteeleDodgerWest Wyalong67, 68Brother of Kevin; Penrith 1969-71
WSteeleHookieWest Wyalong64
RSteinhardtBarmedman40
R or LSteinhardtTemora41Possibly same at Barmedman player
JoeSteinkeTemora65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70
BarryStenhouseHarden-Murrumburrah55Captain 1955; Canterbury 1952-54, 1956, 1958
BarryStenhouseCootamundra56, 57Captain-coach 1956 ; 25.04.1934-05.05.1999, died Cootamundra
NStephanHarden-Murrumburrah53
JohnStephenJunee62, 63, 64
CliveStephensCootamundra62Norths 1956-58
GeoffStephensTumut58, 59, 60, 61, 62Teacher
JackStephensonTemora30, 31, 32
RonStevensBullHarden-Murrumburrah59
BruceStewartWagga Magpies69
CStewartWagga31
RayStewartBoorowa55, 56, 57, 58, 59Easts 1949
StewartHarden-Murrumburrah27
AssalStittTumut23
OrlandoStittCobberTumut31, 32, 33
WStockingsGrenfell35
AlbertStokesDutchyTemora37From Leeton
AlbertStokesDutchyGrenfell38Ex Temora
JackStonhamTigerTemora38Same player as above
JackStonhamTigerGibsonvale46Same player as above
JackStonhamTigerWest Wyalong36, 45Also spelt Stoneham
NoelStonhamGrenfell61, 62, 65High school teacher; son of Jack Stonham
JStoppelbeinWagga23
TerryStorchGrenfell62
GStorgeJunee56
PStorgeJunee56
CliffStormBarmedman57, 58, 59, 61, 70, 71
CliffStormTemora62, 63, 64
HarryStormBarmedman55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 62, 63, 64, 65
JStrachanHarden-Murrumburrah28, 30From Galong
FredStruttHarden-Murrumburrah61
FredStruttTurvey Park69
S or P or JStruttBarmedman37, 38
JoeStumpfWest Wyalong23
BillSturtTumut22
PhilSturtTumut63
RexSturtTumut63
TSturtTumut49
TerrySturtTumut65, 71
BillSullivanTemora60, 61, 63Captain 1961, 1963
BobSullivanTemora56ex Norths
BrianSullivanTemora65, 68, 69
JSullivanCootamundra45
NeilSullivanCootamundra41, 45, 48
PatSullivanPaddyGundagai28, 29Publisher of the Gundagai Independent 1931-1964 ; brilliant writer on local Rugby League and the Maher Cup ; died 11.7.1964 aged 54
PeterSullivanGundagai35, 36, 37RAAF in WW2
SSullivanCowra38
TomSullivanBullCanowindra26
VinceSullivanGundagai40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49Worked at Stribleys & later at hotels ; died 9.6.1980 aged 57
WSullivanTemora33
JSummerWagga30
ArthurSummonsWagga Magpies69Captain 1969
Given NameSurnameNicknameTeamYears PlayedNotes
HSutherlandBendick Murrell36
JSutherlandBarmedman70
JohnSuttonTemora63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68
KSuttonWyangala Dam67
RonSuttonTumut71
PeterSweeneyJoeJunee53
TomSweeneyJunee54
RSwilkesCowra45
AdrianSykesBoorowa53Ex- Harden
AdrianSykesHarden-Murrumburrah51, 52From Binalong, 4.7.1933-9.6.2004
BSymondsTumut63
RobbieSymonsTumut63, 65
JimTaberCootamundra65, 66
RichardTaberDickBarmedman38, 391915-1945; AIF in WW2; killed in New Guinea
EdwardTaplinTeddyYoung26, 271893-1968; North Sydney 1913-22; Coached at Orange 1922-24; Camden 1925; Young 1926-27; Yeoval 1928, Cudal 1929, Dunedoo and Hannah's Bridge 1930, Cowra 1931-32, Peak Hill 1932; Camden 1933; Condobolin 1934; Lake Cargelligo 1935-36; later butcher at Camden; played 665 first grade games
AlfTaskerGentle AlfCootamundra28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35
ATaylorTullibigeal40
GTaylorGrenfell51
VernTaylorSpudCootamundra49, 50, 51, 52
RayTeidemanJunee35
CTelzBarmedman54
FrankTemplemanWest Wyalong37, 38, 39, 401917-2010 ; youngest of six brothers
FredTemplemanBarmedman29, 30, 31, 32, 35, 4710.1.1909-Oct 1988 ; eldest of six Templeman brothers who farmed at Bellawi between West Wyalong & Barmedman
GeorgeTemplemanBarmedman29, 30, 318.6.1910-14.1.1990 ; second of six brothers
LesTemplemanBarmedman31, 321912-9,7.1996 ; third of six brothers ; cricketer & pianist ; later lived in Young
LesTemplemanWest Wyalong35, 36Ex Barmedman
Nello DudleyTemplemanDudWagga311914-71; Played as schoolboy at Wagga ;
Nello DudleyTemplemanDudWest Wyalong34, 35, 36, 37, 38WW2 RAAF pilot & flight officer ; also brilliant cricketer
RodneyTemplemanWest Wyalong69Son of Dudley Templeman
StanTemplemanBarmedman47Made comeback for Barmedman with Fred
StanTemplemanWest Wyalong35, 36, 37, 381916-3.10.1977
TemplemanBarmedman26Possibly Fred
HaroldThackerayCootamundra46, 47Died 2014 aged 91. Was in RAAF and worked for Goldsbrough Mort
SidThameGrenfell35Licensee of the Royal Hotel Caragabal
FrankThatcherGundagai69
DonThomasCowra47, 48Brother of Trevor
GeoffThomasTemora60
HaroldThomasMuccaTemora23, 24, 25, 29, 36, 38Later referee
JimThomasGundagai40, 46
LesThomasHarden-Murrumburrah45
RonThomasHarden-Murrumburrah62
TrevorThomasCowra50, 51Brother of Don
BobThompsonJunee59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
DougThompsonCowra51, 52
EThompsonCowra48Possibly Eric
FredThompsonCootamundra34, 35
GrahamThompsonDibbyHarden-Murrumburrah47, 48, 51, 53
HThompsonJunee59Perhaps error
HarryThompsonTemora32, 33, 35Captain 1932, 33; ex Queensland rep.; check 1935
JThompsonBarmedman50Possibly Joe, died 9.9.2005 aged 82
JackThompsonCootamundra31Captain 1931 ex Wests
JackThompsonYoung32Ex Cootamundra
KeithThompsonCootamundra71
LThompsonGrenfell53
LanceThompsonTemora53, 59Captain 1959; ex Parramatta
PThompsonJunee58
RayThompsonCowra48, 49
WThompsonTumut30
ThompsonTumut22
JimThomsonCowra50Captain 1950; Balmain 1948-49, 51-54
LeoThornburyGrenfell64
ThomasThumpkinsCootamundra22
GrahamThurkettlePollyHarden-Murrumburrah71
AlanThurlowYoung63, 64, 65, 66
RexThwaiteTemora24, 26, 27
GeoffTicehurstTessieCootamundra60, 61
WallyTieCootamundra29
NormanTiedemannGrenfell35Also spelled Teideman; from Caragabal
JohnTilseWyangala Dam66, 67
NTisdaleCootamundra31
ErrolTodTumut46, 47, 48, 51Newsagent
MTodTumut51Check
FrankToddThe MasterHarden-Murrumburrah58, 59, 60
HTolhurstTemora37
JackTomlinsonTullibigeal40Also played Australian Rules for Four Corners 1946
LesTomlinsonTullibigeal40Also played for Gibsonvale and Ungarie
LesTomlinsonGibsonvale46Same player as above
LesTomlinsonUngarie46Same player as above
AlbertTonkinBertTumut21From Adelong, brother of Harry, Les, Roy & Tom ; WW1 ; died 14.7.1963 aged 71 ; another brother (Bill) killed in WW1
HarryTonkinTumut22From Adelong, brother of Bert, Les, Roy & Tom ; died 12.5.1981 aged 84
HarryTonkinWagga23Same player as above
LesTonkinTumut21From Adelong ; brother of Bert, Harry, Roy & Tom
RoyTonkinTumut20, 22From Adelong, brother of Bert, Harry, Les & Tom
TomTonkinTumut21From Adelong, brother of Bert, Harry, Les & Roy; WW1 ; later at Wagga ; died 6.6.1967 aged 77
TonkinTumut22Not Harry
JTooheyGrenfell27
GarryTooleHarden-Murrumburrah61
GordonTorpyNorkerCootamundra28, 30
MervTorpyYoung32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41
EToshackCowra34
TTottenWagga31
TedToutGundagai57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63
L or ATowersCootamundra29
WallyTowersBarmedman49, 50, 51
WallyTowersGundagai52, 53, 54
DavidTownsendTumut62, 63, 64
EricTownsendBoorowa56ex-Wests lower grades
LTownsendTullibigeal40Captain 1940
BruceTozerHarden-Murrumburrah49, 50, 53
WallyTozerHarden-Murrumburrah35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
BrianTranterTumut61, 62Captain-coach 1962, 66
J or WTraversBarmedman36, 38, 40
TedTreasureCowra47, 48
NevilleTrembathWamoon69
LeoTrevenaYoung55, 56Captain 1955; Wests 1950-53, Canterbury 1954, Parramatta 1957, later coached at Penrith
JimTreweekGundagai26Ex Tumut
JimTreweekTumut22, 23Brother of George Treweeke of South Sydney and Australia
NoelTreweekJunee28Noel Treweek 1904-47, also boxer, railway fireman, badly injured in railway accident in 1940 and transferred to Campbelltown
ArthurTrinderCootamundra31, 33, 34
EricTrinderCootamundra59, 61, 63, 64
LesTrothWest Wyalong40Ex Cowra
LesTrothCowra38, 39Later coached Wagga Magpies after the war then Dapto where he worked at Wongawilli mine and coached Dapto reserve grade.
RolphTrudgettTemora53Captain-coach 1953; Parramatta 1947-50
RolphTrudgettYoung54Captain-coach - moved from Temora in May 1954 ; born at Young; Parramatta 1947-50
GeoffTruemanFredBarmedman54Captain 1954 ; also NSW wicket-keeper; Manly 1948
PTuckerTemora26
KeithTullCootamundra49, 50Captain-coach 1950 ; teacher
AmbroseTunchonMickCootamundra23, 24Clerk of petty sessions; died 27.6.1957 aged 56
TurkPoleyTumut28
WTurnbullJunee41
BarryTurnerGrenfell62
CliveTurnerDrummerJunee22, 25, 27, 28Coach of Coolamon 1930
DTurnerJunee54
ErnieTurnerTigerJunee22, 25, 27, 28but five feet high'
FrankTurnerWest Wyalong50
GTurnerWest Wyalong58
HTurnerCanowindra26, 28
HTurnerScullTemora31, 32Played with Orange in 1930
KeithTurnerGundagai59, 60, 64, 65Captain 1964
NevilleTurnerBarmedman62, 63Captain 1962, 1963
RayTurnerJunee55
RonTurnerCootamundra58
TerryTurnerJunee45, 47, 48, 49
DickTurtonJunee51, 52
LesTurtonJunee41, 45
CharlieTutillTemora40, 41, 45
PTutillTemora40
LeoTuttyKingGundagai32, 36, 37, 40, 41, 46, 47Newtown 1938 (captained) ; Captain-coach 1940,48 ; Captain 1941,46 ; DMR foreman ; died 1971 aged 58
RonTuttyGundagai32Brother of Leo 'King' Tutty
TonyTuttyGundagai65Son of Leo 'King' Tutty
TuttyGundagai41Not 'King'
TynanYoung27
FrankTyrellCootamundra28
FredTyrellCootamundra39, 40, 41Fred died 08.02.1983 aged 69
PVaughanGrenfell49
RVawdonYoung57
MalVercoeJunee62
JohnVerdonGundagai64
DickVestWest Wyalong23, 24, 251897-1974; born at Barmedman; Wests 1914-22; later at Forbes and Wellington
DonVickeryTumut62
BillWadeYoung62
KenWadeTumut45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50WW2; trialled for Newtown 1946
SidWadeTumut39, 40, 46, 47Captain 1946
LWadlingYoung57
NormWainSailorJunee60, 63, 64
RWakelinWest Wyalong64, 68
CharlieWalesBinalong46Died 20.9.1979 aged 65
JoeWalesBinalong46
WalesHarden-Murrumburrah45Probably Joe or Charlie
BobWalkerWest Wyalong62, 63
BrianWalkerBarmedman48, 50, 51, 52, 53
DonWalkerJunee64, 69
LenWalkerBarmedman32, 33, 35Walker in 32 recorded as both R & J - assume all are Len
WWalkerCootamundra30, 31
WalkerTumut30
WalkerHarden-Murrumburrah45
JackWalkomCootamundra28, 29, 30
JackWalkomYoung31, 32, 35Ex Cootamundra
DougWallGundagai50
DougWallSilkyCootamundra46, 47, 48
JimWallTumut33From Grahamstown; christened Lyle James Wall
BillWallaceWallabyJunee59, 60
KevinWallaceTemora47Lost four fingers in work accident at Temora railway 1948.
KevinWallaceBoorowa50Went to Easts 1951
RWallaceYoung47
RodWallisYoung71
BillWallmanBinalong46
BillWallmanBoorowa47
NoelWalpoleCootamundra35Norths 1932-33
BernieWalshBig JulieJunee60, 61, 62, 63, 64
BernieWalshCootamundra66, 69
BrianWalshGundagai62, 63, 64, 65
E or JWalshWagga30
GWalshHarden-Murrumburrah37
JackWalshDuckCootamundra49Captain-coach 1949; Wests 1945-48, 1950; cousin to Bernie Purcell
JackWalshCootamundra37, 39, 40, 41
JoeWalshBarmedman65, 66, 67Queanbeyan 1968; Balmain 1969-73
JohnWalshCootamundra59
KenWalshCootamundra39, 40, 41
OssieWalshGundagai57
PeterWalshBarmedman68, 70, 71Brother of Joe Walsh
TonyWalshBarmedman68, 70, 71Brother of Joe Walsh
TonyWaltonTemora69
BruceWardCootamundra59
KevinWardTemora26, 27
LaurieWardHarden-Murrumburrah30, 32Teacher; later an International rep. ; Easts 1933, East Maitland coach 1934; Norths 1937
PatWardHarden-Murrumburrah67
RayWardCootamundra27, 29, 30, 35
RayWardCootamundra45, 47
WalWardCootamundra41
KevinWardenCheetahGundagai50, 51, 52
HWardleyGundagai29
CWarnerCootamundra56
RossWarnerCootamundra55, 58, 59Plumber
JWarner / WornerCootamundra31, 33
NevilleWarnesWamoon69
DennisWartonTemora66
CecilWatersGundagai56, 57
MalWatersGrenfell64
BillWaters / WattersBarmedman57, 58
ArthurWatersonJunee29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35Captain 1933, 34
StanWatersonJunee35, 36
JackWatkinsBlueyTumut25Captain-coach 1925; international; Easts 1913-16, 1919-24, 1926
ClemWatmoreCowra52, 53
BillyWatsonBinalong46
DougWatsonCootamundra69
GregWatsonGundagai62
JackWatsonCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32Captain 1931
JamesWatsonJunee71
RWatsonJunee36
GeorgeWattSquireBoorowa47Captain 1947 ; Balmain 1938-40, 1942-44, 1954 ; Easts 1945-46, Hull 1949 ; Australia
SepWattYoung29, 30, 33
JimWattsYoung27, 29, 30
MWattsYoung51
WeatesGrenfell48Possibly Yates
JohnWeavenJunee65Possibly Ray
RayWeavenCootamundra66
BarryWebbTumut59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
JWebbBlueyHarden-Murrumburrah31
TomWebbTumut46
WebbCowra45
GWebberHarden-Murrumburrah56
BobWebsterTemora38, 39, 40
BrianWedgwoodCootamundra71Captain-coach
NormWeekesCowra45In Army at Cowra POW camp
WWeekesBarmedman28
BillWehrstedtBarmedman45
MaxWeichmanYoung51From Western Suburbs
BobWeirYoung70, 71Captain-coach 1970-71
JohnWeirTumut60, 62, 63, 64Captain-coach 1960
EthelbertWeiseBertBarmedman40, 451915-2010; farmer from Ariah Park; later lived in Temora
IanWeiseTemora66, 67, 68Son of Bert Weise
BruceWeisselBoorowa55Son of Eric ; excellent cricketer ; captain-coach Werris Creek 1958
EricWeisselCootamundra22, 23, 24, 25, 261903-1972
EricWeisselTemora27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34Captain 1929, 30, 33, 34; Australia; Narrandera 1935-36; Yanco 1937; coached at Wagga; great cricketer, sang in church choirs
RobertWeisselHarden-Murrumburrah35Eric Weissel's nephew
WellingtonTumut22
CWellsBarmedman39
HarryWellsYoung68Captain-coach 1967-68
JohnWellsWest Wyalong64, 65, 66, 67, 68
JohnWellsBarmedman66, 71
VinceWellsSpiroBarmedman45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 5530.6.1926-17.5.1998
BWenhamCowra45
StanWenhamFighting CarruthersBoorowa53, 54, 55, 56, 57ex-Souths lower grades
RodWestHarden-Murrumburrah67, 68
TWestBarmedman37, 39, 40
TobyWestHarden-Murrumburrah48, 49, 50, 51, 52
WWestCowra38
GWheatleyTumut22
GeorgeWheatleyGundagai20, 21, 23
KevinWheatleyCootamundra49, 51, 52Brother of Lionel Wheatley
LionelWheatleyCootamundra48, 49, 52, 54, 55Captain-coach 1955; Newtown 1951; Longreach captain-coach 1952; Thirroul 1958-1962, 65-70; Collegians 1963-64; 16 Mar.1930-5 Oct 2000
LionelWheatleyWest Wyalong56, 57Captain-coach 1957
RonWheatleyChookWest Wyalong37
RonWheatleyTemora34, 35, 36
GWheelerWagga Magpies69
HenryWheelerWest Wyalong62
A or JWhiteCowra40
DonWhiteHarden-Murrumburrah49, 50, 51, 52
JWhiteBarmedman37
LWhiteCowra24
GaryWhiteleyWagga Magpies69
NevilleWhitfieldSpeedCootamundra59, 61
BillWhitickerGundagai20From Jellingroe Station, later lived at Tumut, Harden and Penrith
BrianWhitingYoung60, 61, 62
LenWhittleHarden-Murrumburrah31
BobWhittonCootamundra52Newtown 1951-60
JimWhittyCowra38
JimWhittyJunee31,32,34, 35From Canowindra; to Griffith 1933; Mudgee 1936 (coach) and 1937; Cowra 1938; died 1963 aged 53 - Campbelltown
BobWhybrowCootamundra63
JohnWhybrowJackHarden-Murrumburrah70, 71
MiltonWhybrowKillerHarden-Murrumburrah62, 63, 64
WickensCootamundra28
WiddowsBarmedman37Probably Colin Widdows from Bimbi
RonWiegold / WeigoldWest Wyalong61, 62
CharlieWilderTemora41
LWilderTemora70
JoeWilkinsonTumut30, 31, 32, 33
RWilkinsonTumut20, 21, 22From Gilmore
R or HWilkinsonTumut48
CecWillardCootamundra32
CecWillardYoung47, 48
RWillardHarden-Murrumburrah26, 27, 28
SWillardCowra39
AlbertWilliamsPudTemora57, 58, 59
BertWilliamsWest Wyalong32, 33, 34, 35Played for Australia; later at Bombala and Taree
BobWilliamsBoorowa46, 47
BrianWilliamsCootamundra61
C. J.WilliamsTemora39, 40, 41Western Suburbs 1942, 1944
ClemWilliamsBoorowa48, 49
DougWilliamsCowra45, 46, 48Aboriginal footballer ; also popular singer/entertainer ; national fame in radio Amateur Hour in Adelaide 1945
ErnieWilliamsCootamundra58
GeorgeWilliamsBiggunWagga28
GeorgeWilliamsBiggunJunee30, 31, 32Ex Wagga ; North Sydney 1933; then to coach Griffith and Dubbo
MWilliamsGundagai55
MWilliamsHarden-Murrumburrah53 (possibly should be N)
NormWilliamsHarden-Murrumburrah53, 55
PWilliamsHarden-Murrumburrah54
RWilliamsCowra39
TomWilliamsWest Wyalong39Brother of Bert Williams
AnthonyWilliamsonTumut57, 58
GWilliamsonTumut53, 55
JohnWilliamsonGrenfell61
MWilliamsonTumut56Check
PercWilliamsonTemora59, 60, 61
AWillisJunee34, 35Could be the same person as J. Willis
FWillisJunee56Check
HarryWillisJunee58, 59, 60, 64
JWillisJunee34
TedWillisGundagai57
WWillisYoung32
WWillisJunee34
BobWilsonCootamundra66, 69, 70
BrianWilsonCootamundra69, 70, 71
FWilsonCootamundra60
HWilsonCowra24
HWilsonJunee41, 46
JackWilsonTumut45From Adelong
PatWilsonCootamundra65, 66
RayWilsonJunee28
RossWilsonTumut53
TedWilsonJunee34, 35, 36
TrevorWiltonTurvey Park69
DonWindbankTemora49, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57Thirroul 1958
AllanWingateTumut65
AlbieWinterCootamundra27, 28, 30later bank manager
JimWinterTemora36Ex Cootamundra; went to Sydney
JimWinterCootamundra33, 34, 35
LesWintersCootamundra60, 62, 63
SidWintersCootamundra58
BrianWirthBarmedman59, 60, 61Died 24.5.2002 aged 62
WithersJunee34
TheoWittsTemora32, 33, 34, 35, 36
BobWoodTemora46
JackWoodJunee48, 49Captain 1948
TWoodHarden-Murrumburrah60
GeorgeWoodbridgeBleucherGundagai24, 27, 28, 30, 31Grazier ; football administrator ; died 20.3.1963, aged 60
JimWoodbridgeGundagai22, 24Died from tetanus in 1929 aged 29
FWoodhead / WoodhamJunee52, 53
BillyWoodsCootamundra63
DWoodsHarden-Murrumburrah70
DesWoodsTemora45, 46
FredWoodsFroggyHarden-Murrumburrah52, 53, 55, 57, 58, 59
JimWoodsTemora34, 35, 36Had danceband; highly successful newspaper man memoir titled 'Looking Back"
KeithWoodsBarmedman59, 62, 63
KenWoodsBarmedman60Check
NevilleWoodsGrenfell61, 62, 64, 66
TomWoodsTemora40, 41, 46
JackWoodwardCootamundra41At RAAF Flying School
DWoolfYoung57
HaroldWorldonGundagai27, 28, 32, 35, 36, 37WW2 ; Arm amputated after shooting accident 1944
EricWorneYoung49, 50Ex-Wests ; originally Australian Rules player from Holbrook
RWortGundagai55
CWortesTumut49, 50
MaxWrenTumut51, 52
BillWrightTumut52, 53Teacher; also Rugby Union with Sydney University
GWrightWyangala Dam66
HWrightCootamundra30, 31Probably Henry Walter Wright
JackWrightJunee48
TomWrightJunee32Captain 1932; ex North Sydney; Captain at Griffith 1933
JackWunschWagga28From Wagga; North Sydney 1926-27; later company director
BradleyWyndJunee58, 61, 62, 63cousin of John Wynd; fitter and turner railway
JohnWyndFattyJunee63shunter
AlfieWynnBoorowa55ex-St.George lower grades
Edward JamesWynterJimWagga301926-28 Sydney University; teacher
CWyseJunee36
GlenYarnoldBoorowa56
ColYatesGrenfell52, 53, 60, 61carpenter; later lived in Paddington
ColYatesCootamundra56, 57ex Grenfell ; baths manager
JYerburyWest Wyalong32
RayYorkBarmedman33, 35, 36, 37, 38
JimYoungGundagai65
JoeYoungWest Wyalong23, 24, 251897-1953; also boxer
LesYoungPuffyCootamundra53Newtown 1952
SidYoungTumut22, 23
RonZerklerBoorowa49Probably Ron Zerkler from Weethalle; also played for Yass.

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