Clayton Cup

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The Clayton Cup is a trophy awarded by the Country Rugby League to the NSW country rugby league team with the best overall record for that season. To be eligible, the team must win the highest level of competition in its region. Usually the winner of the Clayton Cup goes through the season undefeated. [1]

The Cup was donated by Reub Clayton, an early rugby league administrator in country NSW, and was first awarded in 1937 to West Tamworth Lions. Since then, the Tweed Heads Seagulls, Forster Tuncurry Hawks and Cobar Roosters have been the most successful clubs, each winning the trophy three times. [2]


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