Windsor Wolves

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Windsor Wolves
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Club information
Full name Windsor Wolves
Rugby League
Football Club
Colours      Black
     Gold
Founded 1912
Current details
Ground(s)
Competition New South Wales Cup, Ron Massey Cup

The Windsor Wolves are a Rugby league team based in the town of Windsor, New South Wales. The club fields both junior and senior teams in the Penrith District Rugby League competitions and, since 2003, the semi-professional NSWRL Jim Beam Cup competition in NSW, Australia. In 2008 they became the feeder club to the Penrith Panthers, playing in the NSW Cup State League competition that replaced the NSWRL Premier League.

Jim Beam Cup[edit]

The Windsor Wolves have played in the NSWRL Jim Beam Cup since the inception of the competition in 2003, prior to this the highest level of competition for the club was in the Penrith district A-Grade competition which they last won in 1988.

The Wolves received an enormous boost in July 2007 as they signed a deal with the Penrith Panthers to act as a feeder club for them in the NSWRL Premier League for three seasons. This is a great achievement for the small club and means they will be competing in the second largest Rugby League competition in Australia.

  • The Wolves have won the Jim Beam Cup competition twice, in 2005 and 2008, defeating Sydney Bulls on both occasions 23 - 18 in 2005 & 36 - 16 in 2008 grand finals.[1]


Team Of The Century[edit]

1.Chris Walker

2.Collin Murphy

3.Vaughan Humphreys

4.Terry Glover

5.Dan Randall

6.Ron Phillips

7.Garry Longhurst

8.Tito Nuimata

9.Keith Sunderland

10.Leo Grosso

11.Tony Buckpitt

12.Jim Moffat

13.Richie Grech

14.Ray Robinson

15.Val De Bono

16.Craig Trindall

17.Tony Saunders

Coach. Rod Payne

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]'Congratulatory Plaque for the Windsor Wolves', Hawkesbury Council News, retrieved 21 January 2007

External links[edit]