Group 10 Rugby League

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Group 10 Rugby League
Group 10 Rugby League logo.jpg
Sport Rugby league football
Instituted 1958
Inaugural season 1958
Number of teams 9
Country  Australia
Premiers Orange Cyms (2013)
Website Group 10 Homepage

Group 10 is a rugby league competition in the Central West area of New South Wales, run under the auspices of the Country Rugby League.[1] Games in the Competition are usually played on Sundays with some Saturday night matches. There are currently 9 Clubs based in the competition playing across the 4 Senior Grades including women's league tag and a total of 15 clubs fielding sides in several junior Grades.[2]

Overview[edit]

Bathurst being the centre of the Group has hosted many top level matches whilst Orange has hosted an International event featuring the touring English side. Many former Group 10 players have progressed to the NRL with Royce Simmons, Andrew Farrar, Paul Dunn, Barry Rushworth, Darren Britt and Tom Raudonikis just to name a few. Currently playing in the NRL Ranks that the competition has fostered are George Rose, Jack Wighton, Daniel Mortimer and James Baillie (Titans Under 20s).

The competition is one of many Group competitions in the NSWCRL is the Beer company, Tooheys New. Other notable sponsors of the Group 10 Rugby League competition includes the Bathurst Panthers League Club, 2LT Radio Lithgow, David Scott Builder, Ian Parker Motors, Clancy Motors Bathurst and Hahn Premium Light.[3] The Group President Linore Zamparini. In the 2010 season, the premiers of the Group 10 premier league competition were Orange CYMS, first division were Bathurst St Pat's and under 18s were Bathurst Panthers.[4]

Current Clubs[edit]

Club Nickname Home Ground No. of Premierships Premiership Years
Panthers colours.svg Bathurst Panthers Carrington Park, Bathurst 5 1979,1994,1997,2006,2007
Canterbury colours.svg Bathurst St Pats Bathurst Sports Ground, Bathurst 5 1968,1973,1989,2001,2008
Wellington colours.svg Oberon Tigers Oberon Sports Ground, Oberon 11 1961,1962,1963,1964,1965,1966,1967,1969,1970,1971,1975
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Blayney Bears King George Oval, Blayney 5 1977,1990,1993,1996,1998
Ipswich Colours.svg Orange CYMS Wade Park, Orange 6 1958,1987,1988,2010,2011,2013
St. George colours.svg Mudgee Dragons Glen Willow, Mudgee 5 1986,2000,2002,2004,2009
Wests Tigers colours.svg Lithgow Workies Tony Luchetti Showground; Lithgow 4 1960,1991,2005,2012
New South Wales colours.svg Orange Hawks Wade Park, Orange 2 1999,2003
Western Suburbs colours.svg Cowra Magpies Sid Kallis Oval, Cowra 4 1978,1983,1992,1995


Previous Clubs[edit]

Club Nickname No. of Premierships Premiership Years
Ireland colours.svg Lithgow Shamrocks 3 1982,1984,1985
South Sydney colours.svg Bathurst Railway 5 1972,1974,1976,1980,1981


Past premiers[edit]

[5][6]

Season Champion Score Runners-Up
1958 Orange CYMS Oberon
1959
1960 Lithgow Workman's Club Oberon
1961 Oberon Lithgow Workman's Club
1962 Oberon Lithgow Workman's Club
1963 Oberon Lithgow Workman's Club
1964 Oberon 30-2 Lithgow Workman's Club
1965 Oberon 29-5 Lithgow Workman's Club
1966 Oberon 23-10 Bathurst Charlestons
1967 Oberon 23-2 Bathurst Charlestons
1968 Bathurst St Patricks 9-8 Oberon
1969 Oberon 7-3 Orange Ex-Services
1970 Oberon 7-6 Cowra
1971 Oberon 12-5 Cowra
1972 Bathurst Railway 14-5 Lithgow Workman's Club
1973 Bathurst St Patricks 20-15 Orange Ex-Services
1974 Bathurst Railway 12-11 Orange Ex-Services
1975 Oberon
1976 Bathurst Railway
1977 Blayney
1978 Cowra 12-9 Lithgow Workman's Club
1979 Bathurst Charlestons
1980 Bathurst Railway 11-7 Cowra
1981 Bathurst Railway 19-16 Lithgow Shamrocks
1982 Lithgow Shamrocks 16-15 Bathurst St Patricks
1983 Cowra 31-8 Lithgow Shamrocks
1984 Lithgow Shamrocks 19-12 Mudgee
1985 Lithgow Shamrocks 47-8 Mudgee
1986 Mudgee 16-14 Blayney United
1987 Orange CYMS 18-9 Mudgee
1988 Orange CYMS 20-19 Lithgow
1989 Bathurst St Patricks 31-14 Cowra
1990 Blayney United 29-10 Lthgow
1991 Lithgow 22-13 Bathurst Panthers
1992 Cowra 16-6 Bathurst Panthers
1993 Blayney United 54-28 Cowra
1994 Bathurst Panthers 16-12 Blayney United
1995 Cowra 19-16 Bathurst Penguins
1996 Blayney
1997 Bathurst Penguins
1998 Blayney
1999 Orange Hawks
2000 Mudgee Dragons Bathurst Panthers
2001 Bathurst St Pats 28-6 Mudgee Dragons
2002 Mudgee Dragons 28-24 Orange CYMS
2003 Orange Hawks 34-30 Mudgee Dragons
2004 Mudgee Dragons 17-10 Bathurst Panthers
2005 Lithgow Workies 19-4 Bathurst Panthers
2006 Bathurst Panthers 10-4 (extra time) Lithgow Workies
2007 Bathurst Panthers 24-4 Lithgow Workies
2008[7] Bathurst St Patricks 19-12 Mudgee Dragons
2009 Mudgee Dragons 32-29 Lithgow Workies
2010 Orange CYMS 23-16 Mudgee Dragons
2011 Orange CYMS 30-12 Lithgow Workies
2012 Lithgow Workies 40-14 Orange CYMS
2013[8] Orange CYMS 22-14 Orange Hawks

Centennial Coal Cup[edit]

The Centennial Coal Cup is the secone tier division contested in the Group 10 area. The 2013 sides were:

Club City Home Ground
CSU Blue Bathurst
CSU Yellow Bathurst
Kandos Waratahs Kandos
Lithgow Bears Lithgow
Orange Barbarians Orange
Portland Colts Portland
Villages United
Wallerawang Warriors Wallerawang




References[edit]

  1. ^ NSWCRL Group 10
  2. ^ Group 10 Clubs http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-2375-0-67445-0&a=CLUBS
  3. ^ Group 10 Sponsors http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-2375-0-67445-0&sID=20062
  4. ^ Sporting Pulse Cowra to Learn from Loss retrieved 23 August 2008
  5. ^ NSWCRL Group 10 Premiers Since 1975
  6. ^ The Vault Group 10 List of Premiers (1958-1997) retrieved 21 December 2007
  7. ^ Sporting Pulse ...To hang up boots after Grand Final Loss retrieved "22 September 2008
  8. ^ “Three out of four the sweetest equation for CYMS” in Central Western Daily, September 9, 2013

External links[edit]

Vought Engineering Lithgow Storm Under 11s - 2008 Champions